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    Quote Originally Posted by Jet Nut View Post
    Or run off the field before the SB is over, running away like a spoiled POS?

    Guess get out coached, twice, by Coughlin has left scars on the ex genius
    Exactly. Simple. And I never see Eli acting like anyone else, or walking around NYC like Bruno.

    Genius.....gtfoh...lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jordy View Post
    So now you're taking up the role of policing your fellow fans on an opposing team's message board.

    Just when I thought you couldn't get any gayer.
    Is that it? I guess so. I had it as some sort of Freudian envy type sick chit, lmao.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnJ View Post
    Exactly. Simple. And I never see Eli acting like anyone else, or walking around NYC like Bruno.

    Genius.....gtfoh...lol
    Or have his wife bad mouth teammates and opponents. And never once apologizing for his b1tch

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jordy View Post

    Just when I thought you couldn't get any gayer.
    Just put Pats, Belichick, Brady, Tom, NE, cheat or video in the heading and you're guaranteed this place will get as gay as Liberace at Platos Retreat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jet Nut View Post
    Just put Pats, Belichick, Brady, Tom, NE, cheat or video in the heading and you're guaranteed this place will get as gay as Liberace at Platos Retreat
    LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jet Nut View Post
    Funny you need to come to a Jet board to read what's being said, must bother you. And then you're actually shocked at the pro Jets sentiment here?

    What does running your mouth count for in the regular season internet boy? What are you going to do to the faceless people who post here?
    wat

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    Who exactly are the 5 quarterbacks in the NFL better than Brady, so much so that it is worth this off season fat slob hack to write an article and declare it to the universe?

    Peyton Manning? Stat-compiling loser who plays like absolute **** when games actually matter and he gets some adversity thrown in his face. 1 Superbowl win against Rex Grossman. Racks up monster stats (sometimes) against bottom feeders in bottom feeder divisions, goes down in flames in play offs.

    Aaron Rodgers? Sure. Tom Brady or Aaron Rodgers in 2014? Sure. It's debatable. People like shiny things and Aaron Rodgers sometimes plays like a shiny thing. Still waiting for that post season legacy.

    Who else?

    Brees? lol

    Who? lol

    This is an off season article written by an internet troll who poses as a sports-journalist and aims for hits. And all the rival fan bases come out together like little who's in whoville to cheer and sing and agree that Brady sucks.

    Because they don't have to play him next week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Who exactly are the 5 quarterbacks in the NFL better than Brady, so much so that it is worth this off season fat slob hack to write an article and declare it to the universe?

    Peyton Manning? Stat-compiling loser who plays like absolute **** when games actually matter and he gets some adversity thrown in his face. 1 Superbowl win against Rex Grossman. Racks up monster stats (sometimes) against bottom feeders in bottom feeder divisions, goes down in flames in play offs.

    Aaron Rodgers? Sure. Tom Brady or Aaron Rodgers in 2014? Sure. It's debatable. People like shiny things and Aaron Rodgers sometimes plays like a shiny thing. Still waiting for that post season legacy.

    Who else?

    Brees? lol

    Who? lol

    This is an off season article written by an internet troll who poses as a sports-journalist and aims for hits. And all the rival fan bases come out together like little who's in whoville to cheer and sing and agree that Brady sucks.

    Because they don't have to play him next week.
    Thus Spake Zarathustra...

    whoa.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Who exactly are the 5 quarterbacks in the NFL better than Brady, so much so that it is worth this off season fat slob hack to write an article and declare it to the universe?

    Peyton Manning? Stat-compiling loser who plays like absolute **** when games actually matter and he gets some adversity thrown in his face. 1 Superbowl win against Rex Grossman. Racks up monster stats (sometimes) against bottom feeders in bottom feeder divisions, goes down in flames in play offs.

    Aaron Rodgers? Sure. Tom Brady or Aaron Rodgers in 2014? Sure. It's debatable. People like shiny things and Aaron Rodgers sometimes plays like a shiny thing. Still waiting for that post season legacy.

    Who else?

    Brees? lol

    Who? lol

    This is an off season article written by an internet troll who poses as a sports-journalist and aims for hits. And all the rival fan bases come out together like little who's in whoville to cheer and sing and agree that Brady sucks.

    Because they don't have to play him next week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Who exactly are the 5 quarterbacks in the NFL better than Brady, so much so that it is worth this off season fat slob hack to write an article and declare it to the universe?

    Peyton Manning? Stat-compiling loser who plays like absolute **** when games actually matter and he gets some adversity thrown in his face. 1 Superbowl win against Rex Grossman. Racks up monster stats (sometimes) against bottom feeders in bottom feeder divisions, goes down in flames in play offs.

    Aaron Rodgers? Sure. Tom Brady or Aaron Rodgers in 2014? Sure. It's debatable. People like shiny things and Aaron Rodgers sometimes plays like a shiny thing. Still waiting for that post season legacy.

    Who else?

    Brees? lol

    Who? lol

    This is an off season article written by an internet troll who poses as a sports-journalist and aims for hits. And all the rival fan bases come out together like little who's in whoville to cheer and sing and agree that Brady sucks.

    Because they don't have to play him next week.
    Right now, based off of 2013:

    Completion %: Brady (21st - notable above him are Henne, Alex Smith, Bradford, Schaub, Ponder)
    Total yards: Brady (6th - just out of top 5 by 135 yards (Rivers)
    TD passes: Brady (11th)
    INT: Brady (18th most - meaning there were 17 QBs that threw more than him - NOT top 5 stat)
    INT %: Brady (7th - notable above him - Alex Smith, Bradford, P. Manning)
    Yards per attempt: Brady (Tied with six other players for 20th in the league (so top 26) one of them being Geno Smith)
    QB rating: Brady (17th - notable above him were Dalton, Alex Smith, Bradford)
    ESPN's QBR (which I think is stupid): Brady (12th - notable above him were Luck, Ryan, Romo, Kaepernick)
    Sacked: Brady (10th most in the league, meaning only 9 players were sacked more than he was)

    In all of these categories, not once did he crack the top 5.

    Not saying he's washed up, but perhaps there's more to the "he's not top 5" than people think.

    It's like playing Fantasy Football, and some people keep drafting OchoCinco because they know his name.

    "He's the best player I've seen since Joe Montana."

    "Joe Montana was a QB you *******."

    "I said Joe Mantegna!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by John_0515 View Post
    Right now, based off of 2013:

    Completion %: Brady (21st - notable above him are Henne, Alex Smith, Bradford, Schaub, Ponder)
    Total yards: Brady (6th - just out of top 5 by 135 yards (Rivers)
    TD passes: Brady (11th)
    INT: Brady (18th most - meaning there were 17 QBs that threw more than him - NOT top 5 stat)
    INT %: Brady (7th - notable above him - Alex Smith, Bradford, P. Manning)
    Yards per attempt: Brady (Tied with six other players for 20th in the league (so top 26) one of them being Geno Smith)
    QB rating: Brady (17th - notable above him were Dalton, Alex Smith, Bradford)
    ESPN's QBR (which I think is stupid): Brady (12th - notable above him were Luck, Ryan, Romo, Kaepernick)
    Sacked: Brady (10th most in the league, meaning only 9 players were sacked more than he was)

    In all of these categories, not once did he crack the top 5.

    Not saying he's washed up, but perhaps there's more to the "he's not top 5" than people think.

    It's like playing Fantasy Football, and some people keep drafting OchoCinco because they know his name.

    "He's the best player I've seen since Joe Montana."

    "Joe Montana was a QB you *******."

    "I said Joe Mantegna!"
    Stats are worthless. They can say anything, and more importantly be made to say anything.

    The actual tale of the tape showed Tom struggling with a broken offense that had lost every single last one of its weapons in the off season. Welker. Gronkowski. Hernandez. Injuries on offensive line. Dropped passes bouncing off the hands of rookie receivers. Wasted games trying to force Amendola into the offense fruitlessly before switching to Edelman. A receiving core primarily compiled of rookies running the wrong routes.

    I mean did this ESPN hack watch the 2013 season or did he just check fantasy football stats and decide to shovel his heap of crap on a future hall of famer for it?

    He took that splintered, broken, injury riddled offense to the AFC Championship game, with which shoulda', woulda' coulda' been a #1 seed if not for the Carolina blown call, the Jets field goal kick penalty, and one other game which now slips my mind.

    AFC Championship game with that ****, a broken footed rookie Dobson, a smurf in Edelman, and Blount.

    Who do you want to put on NE's offense from last year, with all those offensive and defensive injuries, to go to the AFC Championship game? Peyton would of went 7-9 with that team, believe it.
    Who would have roared back against Denver down 24-0 at the half?

    Nobody.

    Stats can be so worthless. Peyton Manning broke Superbowl completion records in the Superbowl, while making a complete fool out of himself.

    Jets fans have seen enough Brady to know better. An Arizona Cardinal fan in Oregon might have an excuse for buying into trash articles like these, but not AFC East fans that pretend to know football.

    Even with NOTHING Tom will get it done, but because with NOTHING it doesn't look as pretty, the vultures begin to circle.
    Last edited by Zarathustra; 06-06-2014 at 08:50 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Stats are worthless. They can say anything, and more importantly be made to say anything.

    The actual tale of the tape showed Tom struggling with a broken offense that had lost every single last one of its weapons in the off season. Welker. Gronkowski. Hernandez. Injuries on offensive line. Dropped passes bouncing off the hands of rookie receivers. Wasted games trying to force Amendola into the offense fruitlessly before switching to Edelman. A receiving core primarily compiled of rookies running the wrong routes.

    I mean did this ESPN hack watch the 2013 season or did he just check fantasy football stats and decide to shovel his heap of crap on a future hall of famer for it?

    He took that splintered, broken, injury riddled offense to the AFC Championship game, with which shoulda', woulda' coulda' been a #1 seed if not for the Carolina blown call, the Jets field goal kick penalty, and one other game which now slips my mind.

    AFC Championship game with that ****, a broken footed rookie Dobson, a smurf in Edelman, and Blount.

    Who do you want to put on NE's offense from last year, with all those offensive and defensive injuries, to go to the AFC Championship game? Peyton would of went 7-9 with that team, believe it.
    Who would have roared back against Denver down 24-0 at the half?

    Nobody.

    Stats can be so worthless. Peyton Manning broke Superbowl completion records in the Superbowl, while making a complete fool out of himself.

    Jets fans have seen enough Brady to know better. An Arizona Cardinal fan in Oregon might have an excuse for buying into trash articles like these, but not AFC East fans that pretend to know football.

    Even with NOTHING Tom will get it done, but because with NOTHING it doesn't look as pretty, the vultures begin to circle.
    Tom hasn't gotten it done since 2004, and that was with help.

    Don't pretend you know football better than anyone on this website. Your angry rant defending your prima donna hero is evidence enough that there's more truth to everything written in this thread than not. Nobody said your soft technician of a QB isn't......my bad....wasn't great, but it's time to figure out that he's NOT top of the league anymore. Sorry, all your ranting and raving isn't going to change that.

    2004 he won a Superbowl. Last time. The rest of the years mean zero, just like the Patriot fans say that all the Jets seasons mean zero.

    HOF QB? Sure.

    Can do it all by himself? Not if his life depended on it, because he hasn't. <--------fact. Even in those 2001-04 Superbowls he didn't do it by himself.

    Oh yeah, and Brady lost to Geno Smith last year. Brady couldn't come through, or was that someone else's fault?

    Hypocrisy at its finest.

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    Sooooo, you're complaining about the loss to the Jets when the refs called a legit penalty and the league sent out a memo before the game saying they were gonna look for it? LOL, OK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Stats are worthless. They can say anything, and more importantly be made to say anything.

    The actual tale of the tape showed Tom struggling with a broken offense that had lost every single last one of its weapons in the off season. Welker. Gronkowski. Hernandez. Injuries on offensive line. Dropped passes bouncing off the hands of rookie receivers. Wasted games trying to force Amendola into the offense fruitlessly before switching to Edelman. A receiving core primarily compiled of rookies running the wrong routes.

    I mean did this ESPN hack watch the 2013 season or did he just check fantasy football stats and decide to shovel his heap of crap on a future hall of famer for it?

    He took that splintered, broken, injury riddled offense to the AFC Championship game, with which shoulda', woulda' coulda' been a #1 seed if not for the Carolina blown call, the Jets field goal kick penalty, and one other game which now slips my mind.

    AFC Championship game with that ****, a broken footed rookie Dobson, a smurf in Edelman, and Blount.

    Who do you want to put on NE's offense from last year, with all those offensive and defensive injuries, to go to the AFC Championship game? Peyton would of went 7-9 with that team, believe it.
    Who would have roared back against Denver down 24-0 at the half?

    Nobody.

    Stats can be so worthless. Peyton Manning broke Superbowl completion records in the Superbowl, while making a complete fool out of himself.

    Jets fans have seen enough Brady to know better. An Arizona Cardinal fan in Oregon might have an excuse for buying into trash articles like these, but not AFC East fans that pretend to know football.

    Even with NOTHING Tom will get it done, but because with NOTHING it doesn't look as pretty, the vultures begin to circle.
    Those lying numbers Brady has put up.....The tyranny of the clock is upon him

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    At this point I don't care if Brady is the Top 5 or Top 31st quarterback in the league. Pats fans on here, you're in the wrong place to defend Brady, go to Paltalk or something.

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