Brady's Legacy takes hit

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    Listen up you pathetic twit. Why are you commenting here? You're not even a real football fan. Real football fans don't switch teams to one with a winning record when their original team is going through a low point. You're just a sad internet troll masterbating with a keyboard.

     
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    Why dont just P.M. Rusty?  

     
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    This is really some pitiful trolling.

     
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    Manning has not won anything yet.  You are quick to forget that he has the record for most playoff losses while Brady still has the record for most playoff wins.  This win against a depleted New England team does not erase Manning's history of making bad plays at inconvenient times.  Who can forget that back-breaking pick six against the Saints in the Super Bowl?  Brady might not have played his best in recent Super Bowls, but he never threw one away like Manning did, and might do again.

     
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    Why dont just P.M. Rusty?  

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    You're as bad as anyone else here punk. If not worse

     
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    So what if Manning chokes in the Super Bowl?  Does it all swing back again?  Or is it just silly to judge everything on one game. 

     
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    I'm tellin' ya it's the NY fool....

     
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    Manning has not won anything yet.  You are quick to forget that he has the record for most playoff losses while Brady still has the record for most playoff wins.  This win against a depleted New England team does not erase Manning's history of making bad plays at inconvenient times.  Who can forget that back-breaking pick six against the Saints in the Super Bowl?  Brady might not have played his best in recent Super Bowls, but he never threw one away like Manning did, and might do again.

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    YAWN*   Did you forget about the safety?  2 points, 6 points..... Its still a choke by Brady. That safety lost the Super Bowl. 

    Discuss........

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    Considering the fact that he had them ahead at halftime and added another touchdown to begin the second half, making the score 17-9, the safety was not decisive.  A pick six toward the end of the game, on the other hand, is.  I can hardly wait to see Richard Sherman pick off Manning and send Seattle into a frenzy.

     
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    Stop responding, we were doing so good ignoring him, UD, 42 and all the other trolls. If you keep responding, he'll keep posting!

     
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    Here's another little stat that the media doesn't want you to know. Brady has been 8-8 since his first lost to Peyton in 2005.Laughing



    I'm not sure, but isn't he 6-7 in his last 13 playoff games?

    He's been mediocre at best for quite some time in the post season.

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    Its hard to keep track, he's been choking so much lately. 

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    Did you know that Manning has the record for most playoff losses and the record for the most one-and-done playoff appearances (eight)?  What has he won since 2006?  Choked away a Super Bowl win is what.  That's it.

     
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    With his poor performance Sunday on the biggest stage. I counted 3 crucial over-throws on wide open WR's yesterday that would have drastically altered the outcome of the game had he connected. He wasn't pressured on any of those throws and wind wasn't a factor. And this game was coming off his 13 for 25 performance from last week in which Blount and Ridley had to bail him out.

    Brady's skill are clearly deteriorating as he comes to the end of his career while the older Manning is still winning MVP's. I think the Manning vs Brady debate just swung in Manning's favor for good after Sundays game. 

     

    Discuss....... Laughing

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    As a diehard Pats fan, it pains me to admit your right.

     
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    As a diehard Pats fan, it pains me to admit your right.

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    Garbage.  He had a 93 rating threw for 280 yards, a TD and ran for another. That 's NOT terrible.

     
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    A classic "negative nanny" type of posting with no redeeming value other than being negative.

     
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    Here's another little stat that the media doesn't want you to know. Brady has been 8-8 since his first lost to Peyton in 2005.Laughing

     



    I'm not sure, but isn't he 6-7 in his last 13 playoff games?

     

    He's been mediocre at best for quite some time in the post season.

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    Its hard to keep track, he's been choking so much lately. 

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    Did you know that Manning has the record for most playoff losses and the record for the most one-and-done playoff appearances (eight)?  What has he won since 2006?  Choked away a Super Bowl win is what.  That's it.

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    He is tied with Bret Favre for most playoff losses genius.  

    That stat is so misleading. Only a handful of QB'S have even been to the post season as much as Manning. 

    Please post the names of every QB that has been to the post season as much as Peyton. 

     

    Tom Brady  26 games started

    Joe Montana  23 games started

    Terry Bradshaw  19 games started

    John Elway  21 games started

    Brett Favre  24 games started

    Troy Aikman   15 games started

    Roger Staubach  17 games started

    Peyton Manning  22 games started

    Ben Roethlisberger  14 games started

    Bart Starr  10 games started

    Kurt Warner  13 games started

    Joe Flacco  13 games started

    Donovan McNabb  16 games started

    Jim Kelly  17 games started

    Jim Plunkett  10 games started

    Eli Manning  11 games started

    Steve Young  14 games started

    Dan Marino  18 games started

    Johnny Unitas  8 games started

    Fran Tarkenton  11 games started

    Drew Brees  11 games started

    Aaron Rodgers  9 games started

    Philip Rivers  9 games started

    Drew Bledsoe  6 games started

    Joe Namath  3 games started

     

    If you look at the stats you will see there are only 3 other QB'S that have been to the post season as much as Manning. 

    Say what you will but you cannot compare him to most of the all-time greats because they never even sniffed the playoffs as much as Manning. 

    The only stat that matters now is....

    Peyton Manning Vs Tommy Brady head to head AFC Championship games

    Peyton 2

    Tommy 1

    Discuss................

     

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    The only stat that matters is rings.  Brady leads 3-1 and will continue to lead 3-1 after Manning figures out a way to lose to Seattle.  That loss will also give him sole possession of playoff loserdom.

     
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    Man, the trolls are out in full force since Sunday - egads!

     
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