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    Tom Brady vs Chad

    The convo that has been going on for years....well I think its safe to say Brady won that one.....just by a "little"

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    Go troll somewhere else kid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonnieLott#1HeadBuster42
    The convo that has been going on for years....well I think its safe to say Brady won that one.....just by a "little"

    I thought this thread was silly from Day 1...why?

    Chad: A good QB that had two good years
    Brady: A Very good QB with three superbowl titles


    sorry but this so called argument was silly from the start.

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    It's safe to say that Tom Brady wins versus nearly any QB currently playing. P. Manning is probably the only one close in being consistently that good.

    Had Chad stayed healthy, I think he would have been everything we thought he was going to be after 2002, and the conversation would still be meaningful. The injuries changed him not only physically, but mentally. he played differently after he got hurt. Lost that special spark we saw. Perhaps he still has those expected performances left in him. I hope he does, because he earned it with his hard work and excellent attitude. The odds are against it, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rbstern
    It's safe to say that Tom Brady wins versus nearly any QB currently playing. P. Manning is probably the only one close in being consistently that good.

    Had Chad stayed healthy, I think he would have been everything we thought he was going to be after 2002, and the conversation would still be meaningful. The injuries changed him not only physically, but mentally. he played differently after he got hurt. Lost that special spark we saw. Perhaps he still has those expected performances left in him. I hope he does, because he earned it with his hard work and excellent attitude. The odds are against it, though.
    You know whats crazy

    Look at the drop off from the Top 3 QB's to the rest of the league

    The top 3 in random order, Manning, McNabb, Brady


    The drop off from there is HUGE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonnieLott#1HeadBuster42
    You know whats crazy

    Look at the drop off from the Top 3 QB's to the rest of the league

    The top 3 in random order, Manning, McNabb, Brady


    The drop off from there is HUGE.
    McNabb isn't in the same league as Brady and Manning

    I think McNabb is a 1a, well behind those 2 but ahead of the second tier and emerging stars (Palmer, Hasselback, Eli (Although premature),

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