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Brady vs. Ben - Legendary Rivalry Resumes

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Gatekeeper

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Yet another epic clash between these two all-time top 15 quarterbacks is just days away.

This week, Big Ben took part in what could be considered trash talk against his counterpart, when he boldly declared that he looked forward to outplaying Tom. “Man, any time you can share the field with maybe the greatest of all time you should cherish it and value it,” Roethlisberger said Wednesday. “And try to out-play him."

This quite possibly reveals what could be some underlying bad blood between the two legends, which may manifest itself in some way during, or possibly after, Sunday's highly anticipated meeting between these two AFC powerhouses.

Regarding the actual on the field matchup, it is interesting to note that Ben is statistically dominant over his rival this season, and by a healthy margin.

Ben:
4,227 yds, 28 tds, 67.0 completion %

Tom:
3,700 yds, 23 tds, 65.6 completion %

Will this lopsided comparison have any bearing on Sunday's important matchup? That remains to be seen. But this game could go a long way in ultimately determining who will go down in the NFL annals as the better quarterback. A Steelers win led by a dominant Ben performance could propel them to a late season surge leading all the way to a Super Bowl title, which would be the third for the much younger Ben - only two behind a rapidly aging Brady.

So again, the ramifications of this game could be vital in the ultimate determination of who will go down as the better QB, historically.
 

mosslost

Pro Bowl Player
Yet another epic clash between these two all-time top 15 quarterbacks is just days away.

This week, Big Ben took part in what could be considered trash talk against his counterpart, when he boldly declared that he looked forward to outplaying Tom. “Man, any time you can share the field with maybe the greatest of all time you should cherish it and value it,” Roethlisberger said Wednesday. “And try to out-play him."

This quite possibly reveals what could be some underlying bad blood between the two legends, which may manifest itself in some way during, or possibly after, Sunday's highly anticipated meeting between these two AFC powerhouses.

Regarding the actual on the field matchup, it is interesting to note that Ben is statistically dominant over his rival this season, and by a healthy margin.

Ben:
4,227 yds, 28 tds, 67.0 completion %

Tom:
3,700 yds, 23 tds, 65.6 completion %

Will this lopsided comparison have any bearing on Sunday's important matchup? That remains to be seen. But this game could go a long way in ultimately determining who will go down in the NFL annals as the better quarterback. A Steelers win led by a dominant Ben performance could propel them to a late season surge leading all the way to a Super Bowl title, which would be the third for the much younger Ben - only two behind a rapidly aging Brady.

So again, the ramifications of this game could be vital in the ultimate determination of who will go down as the better QB, historically.
Dumbest post evah
 

chasa

Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract
did i... am I accidentally on a steelers forum?

What the **** is going on here? Posts about ridley, posts about Ben being better then Brady, a post about tomlin.

jesus.
 

WaterfallJumper

Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal
Yet another epic clash between these two all-time top 15 quarterbacks is just days away.

This week, Big Ben took part in what could be considered trash talk against his counterpart, when he boldly declared that he looked forward to outplaying Tom. “Man, any time you can share the field with maybe the greatest of all time you should cherish it and value it,” Roethlisberger said Wednesday. “And try to out-play him."

This quite possibly reveals what could be some underlying bad blood between the two legends, which may manifest itself in some way during, or possibly after, Sunday's highly anticipated meeting between these two AFC powerhouses.

Regarding the actual on the field matchup, it is interesting to note that Ben is statistically dominant over his rival this season, and by a healthy margin.

Ben:
4,227 yds, 28 tds, 67.0 completion %

Tom:
3,700 yds, 23 tds, 65.6 completion %

Will this lopsided comparison have any bearing on Sunday's important matchup? That remains to be seen. But this game could go a long way in ultimately determining who will go down in the NFL annals as the better quarterback. A Steelers win led by a dominant Ben performance could propel them to a late season surge leading all the way to a Super Bowl title, which would be the third for the much younger Ben - only two behind a rapidly aging Brady.

So again, the ramifications of this game could be vital in the ultimate determination of who will go down as the better QB, historically.

Ten head to head games:

Brady

Wins 8
Comp % 70%
Yards / attempt 8.6
TD-INT 25-4

Fat guy

Wins 2
Comp % 64
Yards / attempt 7.9
TD - INT 20 - 10


"Rivalry."
 

mosslost

Pro Bowl Player
Steelers fans, and surprisingly honestly (because not all Steelers fans are from middle earth) are some of the dumbest football fans I have yet encountered on the internet.

And I do consider it surprising with the success of that franchise. If it were not for the Pats I can easily see the Steelers having three more SB losses.
 

Palm Beach Pats Fan

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... the ramifications of this game could be vital in the ultimate determination of who will go down as the better QB, historically.

 

Gatekeeper

Practice Squad Player
Certainly no sarcasm at all! This season's stat lines are very telling. Ben likely has 5+ productive seasons left. Tom, as great as he has been, may have hit the wall. Of course his end has been declared before and he's proven people wrong, and he may do so again. But it is possible that he goes into a sharp decline from henceforth while Ben continues to ascend to greater heights.
 

sean10mm

Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job
Big Ben this year has also thrown a lot more picks than Brady and lost more games than Brady.
 

Palm Beach Pats Fan

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... Ben likely has 5+ productive seasons left. Tom, as great as he has been, may have hit the wall...

Let's assume that Ben lasts 5 more years
Let's assume that each year he goes 16-0.
Yes, let's give him 80 more wins and no more losses.

Who do you think would then have a better career winning percentage, Tom or Ben?

Hint: it would still be TB12

It's not a close competition. Ben is a fine QB. Borderline HoF guy, even. But... LOL....are you SERIOUS?

This is comedy GOLD.
 
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