real bucs fan wrote:I thought Rodgers had a chance to surpass Brady by the end of his career, and obviously he still has a chance, but with Brady orchestrating a miraculous comeback against the Falcons and Rodgers not, I think that is a mighty fine feather in Brady's cap in regards to that debate.
NBA Live 95 wrote:Hopefully our defense can even halfway keep up with him when the Pats come to Ray Jay next year.
Noles1724 wrote:Dumb thread..what's next "water is wet" thread?
Swashy wrote:Teitan wrote:
I disagree. I don't deny his work ethic or even ability. But I refuse to accept him as the best quarterback. He's the winningest QB. Absolutely. But I think he's been the QB on the best coached team for the last 15 years. 11-5 with Matt Cassel. 3-1 with nobody's at QB to start this season. Belichik is the driving force on this team. He gets the credit for me.. Brady gets drafted 199 by the browns and we've never heard of him. I appreciate that we are witnessing history right now. But I can't give him all or even most of the credit.
Agree with all this
terrytate wrote:Air-Buc-Pirate wrote:Such a casual statement. Brady scores the TDs, not Bill.
Unless Brady is hurt or suspended, then whoever Bill plugs in scores the TD's.
DreadNaught wrote:While I still think that other QBs have played the position at a higher level for a periods of time, there is little doubt that Tom Brady level of play over his career in addition to his unmatched postseason resume makes him the GOAT QB.
Buc2 wrote:If I believed in such things, I'd say Brady made a deal with the Devil. Scads of money. Beautiful wife. Beautiful kids. Ageless body. Pretty much a fairy tale life or so it seems from the outside looking in.