Re: Justin Tuck talks about the toughest QB he's seen
posted at 12/3/2013 10:09 PM EST
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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. 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.
63 completion percent with 3 TDs and 1 pick is pretty great. Brady is the reason those games were even competetive.
THANK YOU. not his fault blocking was atrocious. he was on his asz all games for both.