Justin Tuck talks about the toughest QB he's seen

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    Justin Tuck talks about the toughest QB he's seen

     http://www.danpatrick.com/2013/12/03/justin-tuck-on-challenges-of-new-rules-bradys-toughness-rgiiis-issues/

     

     
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    Re: Justin Tuck talks about the toughest QB he's seen

    How do I get this site to make a link?

     

    i did it!

     
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    Re: Justin Tuck talks about the toughest QB he's seen

    Great find shenanigan.  Straight from one of the league's best defenders - Brady is the best.

     
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    Re: Justin Tuck talks about the toughest QB he's seen

    Brady was tough as nails in 42. The offensive line collectively choked

     
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    Re: Justin Tuck talks about the toughest QB he's seen

    I liked the comment that Brady never once complained or said anything to the defenders who hit him.  He'd yell at his lineman.  Plus, after every hit he just got up and went about his business.  We have all seen this time after time.  Plus, Tuck did not say one thing about Brady calling for a flag on a hit contrary to what most folks impression are of him, that being he is always crying for a flag.

    Boy, do those statements Tuck makes put a BIG hole in the oft said comments from fans who do not care for him that he is a wuss and a cry baby.  This comes right from one of the best D linemen in the game, a player who knows who is tough or not.  Some may not be willing to say what Tuck said, like Suggs who continues to prfess total dislike for Brady.  There may be a lot of begridging respect for Brady out there a lot of folks do not know about.

     
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    Re: Justin Tuck talks about the toughest QB he's seen

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    Brady was tough as nails in 42. The offensive line collectively choked

     



    Brady was cocky the night before challenging Burress's claim NE would be held to 17 points or less.

     

    He may be tough but he'll regret his play in the last two SBs for the rest of his life, unless he wins another.

    I know I would.  You can't sit there and smile in front of the camera like that, taking the Burress bait, and then barely dribble out 14 points because the Giants D knew you wanted to throw a lot.

     



    Quit it Rusty..   your TOTAL disdain for Brady shows here when the topic is how a top flight NFL D lineman feels about Brady.  You just can't help yourself to ALWAYS bring up HIS performance as being the core reason the Pats lose game. We know the history.. do you have to always bring it up?  Besides, you heard Tuck, the Giants felt they could do not wrong in those SBs, smacked Brady real good and were very surprised he simply got up and kept on trying.  Brady got the team into the LEAD BOTH GAMES..  how you like to forget the D made a mess of the end of both games.  If they held the lead and there were 2 more rings I do not believe we'd see your comments like this to this day.  Get over it.  Overall, the entire Patriots TEAM did not play to their potential in those 2 super bowl games.

     
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    Re: Justin Tuck talks about the toughest QB he's seen

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    Brady was tough as nails in 42. The offensive line collectively choked

     

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    Brady was cocky the night before challenging Burress's claim NE would be held to 17 points or less.

     

    He may be tough but he'll regret his play in the last two SBs for the rest of his life, unless he wins another.

    I know I would.  You can't sit there and smile in front of the camera like that, taking the Burress bait, and then barely dribble out 14 points because the Giants D knew you wanted to throw a lot.

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    Quit it Rusty..   your TOTAL disdain for Brady shows here when the topic is how a top flight NFL D lineman feels about Brady.  You just can't help yourself to ALWAYS bring up HIS performance as being the core reason the Pats lose game.  Besides, you heard Tuck, the Giants felt they could do not wrong in those SBs, smacked Brady real good and were very surprised he simply got up and kept in trying.  Brady got the team into the LEAD BOTH GAMES..  how you like to forget the D made a mess of the end of both games.  If they held the lead and there were 2 more rings I do not believe we'd see your comments like this to this day.  Get over it.  Overall, the entire Patriots TEAM did not play to their potential in those 2 super bowl games.

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    63 completion percent with 3 TDs and 1 pick is pretty great. Brady is the reason those games were even competetive. 

     

     
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    Re: Justin Tuck talks about the toughest QB he's seen

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    Brady was tough as nails in 42. The offensive line collectively choked

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    Brady was cocky the night before challenging Burress's claim NE would be held to 17 points or less.

    He may be tough but he'll regret his play in the last two SBs for the rest of his life, unless he wins another.

    I know I would.  You can't sit there and smile in front of the camera like that, taking the Burress bait, and then barely dribble out 14 points because the Giants D knew you wanted to throw a lot.

     

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    Hmmm.. Wasn't the score 14-10 until the last 58 seconds after TB left with the lead?

    What happened?

     
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    Re: Justin Tuck talks about the toughest QB he's seen

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    I liked the comment that Brady never once complained or said anything to the defenders who hit him.  He'd yell at his lineman.  Plus, after every hit he just got up and went about his business.  We have all seen this time after time.  Plus, Tuck did not say one thing about Brady calling for a flag on a hit contrary to what most folks impression are of him, that being he is always crying for a flag.

    Boy, do those statements Tuck makes put a BIG hole in the oft said comments from fans who do not care for him that he is a wuss and a cry baby.  This comes right from one of the best D linemen in the game, a player who knows who is tough or not.  Some may not be willing to say what Tuck said, like Suggs who continues to prfess total dislike for Brady.  There may be a lot of begridging respect for Brady out there a lot of folks do not know about.

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    Brady yells for flags as often as anyone. He will call refs out for penalties against his WRs. The funniest was the flag they didn't call against Denver when Amendola was tackled while running his route .... right after the bogus one they dropped on the field against Nink. 

     
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    Re: Justin Tuck talks about the toughest QB he's seen

    I think he got hurt in 46. After that botched opening he was on fire until that Pierre-Paul sack

     
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    Re: Justin Tuck talks about the toughest QB he's seen

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    I liked the comment that Brady never once complained or said anything to the defenders who hit him.  He'd yell at his lineman.  Plus, after every hit he just got up and went about his business.  We have all seen this time after time.  Plus, Tuck did not say one thing about Brady calling for a flag on a hit contrary to what most folks impression are of him, that being he is always crying for a flag.

    Boy, do those statements Tuck makes put a BIG hole in the oft said comments from fans who do not care for him that he is a wuss and a cry baby.  This comes right from one of the best D linemen in the game, a player who knows who is tough or not.  Some may not be willing to say what Tuck said, like Suggs who continues to prfess total dislike for Brady.  There may be a lot of begridging respect for Brady out there a lot of folks do not know about.

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    Brady yells for flags as often as anyone. He will call refs out for penalties against his WRs. The funniest was the flag they didn't call against Denver when Amendola was tackled while running his route .... right after the bogus one they dropped on the field against Nink. 

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    Z...   I commented on the fact Tuck did not mention Brady did this.  Yes, he, like other QBs, will call for the flag, based on current rules in effect since, when a hit is up near the head.  As for PI calls, heck, wouldn't it be nice Brady got calls like Manning does?

     
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    Re: Justin Tuck talks about the toughest QB he's seen

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    I think he got hurt in 46. After that botched opening he was on fire until that Pierre-Paul sack

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    Yup.  Set the record for the most consecutive, completed passes in SB history (16) up until that point.

    Also set the record for the longest TD drive in SB history (98) due to the pathetic D never stopping the gints in their own territory.

    He was definitely hurt as was he in 42.  Remember the walking boot the whole week before the game?

    Gimpy as hell and hit repeatedly and still managed to have the lead up until the last 58 seconds, where the D was oh, so obliging to the gints.  TWICE!

    Funny, how some people can only remember a pic?

     
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    Brady was tough as nails in 42. The offensive line collectively choked

     

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    Brady was cocky the night before challenging Burress's claim NE would be held to 17 points or less.

     

    He may be tough but he'll regret his play in the last two SBs for the rest of his life, unless he wins another.

    I know I would.  You can't sit there and smile in front of the camera like that, taking the Burress bait, and then barely dribble out 14 points because the Giants D knew you wanted to throw a lot.

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    Quit it Rusty..   your TOTAL disdain for Brady shows here when the topic is how a top flight NFL D lineman feels about Brady.  You just can't help yourself to ALWAYS bring up HIS performance as being the core reason the Pats lose game.  Besides, you heard Tuck, the Giants felt they could do not wrong in those SBs, smacked Brady real good and were very surprised he simply got up and kept in trying.  Brady got the team into the LEAD BOTH GAMES..  how you like to forget the D made a mess of the end of both games.  If they held the lead and there were 2 more rings I do not believe we'd see your comments like this to this day.  Get over it.  Overall, the entire Patriots TEAM did not play to their potential in those 2 super bowl games.

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    63 completion percent with 3 TDs and 1 pick is pretty great. Brady is the reason those games were even competetive. 

     

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    THANK YOU. not his fault blocking was atrocious. he was on his asz all games for both.

     
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    Re: Justin Tuck talks about the toughest QB he's seen

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    I liked the comment that Brady never once complained or said anything to the defenders who hit him.  He'd yell at his lineman.  Plus, after every hit he just got up and went about his business.  We have all seen this time after time.  Plus, Tuck did not say one thing about Brady calling for a flag on a hit contrary to what most folks impression are of him, that being he is always crying for a flag.

    Boy, do those statements Tuck makes put a BIG hole in the oft said comments from fans who do not care for him that he is a wuss and a cry baby.  This comes right from one of the best D linemen in the game, a player who knows who is tough or not.  Some may not be willing to say what Tuck said, like Suggs who continues to prfess total dislike for Brady.  There may be a lot of begridging respect for Brady out there a lot of folks do not know about.

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    Actualy Suggs later confessesed to voting for TB to Pro Bowl or All Pro

    kinda of respect him  for that.

     
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    I liked the comment that Brady never once complained or said anything to the defenders who hit him.  He'd yell at his lineman.  Plus, after every hit he just got up and went about his business.  We have all seen this time after time.  Plus, Tuck did not say one thing about Brady calling for a flag on a hit contrary to what most folks impression are of him, that being he is always crying for a flag.

    Boy, do those statements Tuck makes put a BIG hole in the oft said comments from fans who do not care for him that he is a wuss and a cry baby.  This comes right from one of the best D linemen in the game, a player who knows who is tough or not.  Some may not be willing to say what Tuck said, like Suggs who continues to prfess total dislike for Brady.  There may be a lot of begridging respect for Brady out there a lot of folks do not know about.

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    Actualy Suggs later confessesed to voting for TB to Pro Bowl or All Pro

    kinda of respect him  for that.

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    im pretty sure ray lewis pressured him into that - suggs is an a++ hole

     
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    Re: Justin Tuck talks about the toughest QB he's seen

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    Brady was tough as nails in 42. The offensive line collectively choked

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    Brady was cocky the night before challenging Burress's claim NE would be held to 17 points or less.

     

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    Brady wasn't challenging anything. It was clear that he was smiling because they were asking him to respond to what amounted to trash talk. I would expect him to do nothing less.

     
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    Re: Justin Tuck talks about the toughest QB he's seen

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    Brady was tough as nails in 42. The offensive line collectively choked

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    He may be tough but he'll regret his play in the last two SBs for the rest of his life, unless he wins another.

     

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    This is the epitome of why you don't know the game and probably never will. Tuck based his assessment of Brady being the toughest basically on him getting slammed 20+ times in SB 42, but you are incapable of focusing on the big picture and get mired in your tunnel vision.

    You conclude Brady had a bad game and wanted to pass too much. The reality is that the O-line was horrendous and Brady had a great game in the face of that virtual incompetence around him (all the while playing on an ankle that required surgery later, but every scrub on the team gets a pass from you on injuries, but not Brady). And the running game was a joke as Maroney had 2.6 yards a carry, despite a large number of passes that usually sets up the run well. Your tunnel vision and agenda blinds you to the bedrock facts that determine the "why" of a game. I really see no hope that you will ever change, because when the facts are all spelled out for you, you still cling to the warped illusion.

     
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    Re: Justin Tuck talks about the toughest QB he's seen

    Thanks for the link, shenanigan.  I think any serious fan of the game recognizes Brady's toughness but it's good to hear someone like Tuck acknowledge it.  Tuck is one he11 of a tough guy himself.

     
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    Brady was tough as nails in 42. The offensive line collectively choked

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    Brady was cocky the night before challenging Burress's claim NE would be held to 17 points or less.

    He may be tough but he'll regret his play in the last two SBs for the rest of his life, unless he wins another.

    I know I would.  You can't sit there and smile in front of the camera like that, taking the Burress bait, and then barely dribble out 14 points because the Giants D knew you wanted to throw a lot.

     

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    Hmmm.. Wasn't the score 14-10 until the last 58 seconds after TB left with the lead?

    What happened?

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    refs handed it to eli...  (wincing , trying not to gak...)   Most obvious bagjob in history...

     
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    Re: Justin Tuck talks about the toughest QB he's seen

    Brady's toughness is just part of his legend.

     
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