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Old 12-26-2005, 10:38 PM   #11
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i kinda knew what you were talkin about tony, but even though your post is towards everyone i'll just clear myside and tell you i was responding to what steelcity said about brady going to look bad in the playoffs
i hear ya koopa cause i agree. brady will not look bad in the playoffs... unless someone (like the steelers) can bust up that line.

brady has really only looked bad one time this year and that was when the chiefs knocked the crap out of him early in the game.
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Old 12-26-2005, 11:39 PM   #12
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this post has nothing to do with the patriots winning or losing. i have said the patriots would win this game for over a month. they have nothing to worry about from anyone in their division. (i did underestimate the dolpins though- i said the pats could win the division going 8-8 or 9-7)

if you read inbetween the lines you will see that it was tungue in cheek commentary on all the patfans who said that ben was a fluke last year and sucked because he was picked off 3 times in the afc champ game.

but yet law picks off brady too. i guess hes not God after all.
Just out of interest - I would still say that Ben hasn't proved anything, at least not when it counts....in the playoffs and I have yet to see him carry his team to victory against decent opposition by throwing the ball.

The link between Brady and Big Ben is a tenuous one (even if it was meant tongue in cheek) - bearing in mind what they have both achieved at the same point in their careers.

So Ty Law picks off Brady, so thats ...ummmm...1 interception in the game and 13 for the year....- maybe you ought to rethink your proclamation that Brady isn't God......he probably is.

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Old 12-26-2005, 11:42 PM   #13
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Just out of interest, how many games has Pitt lost with Ben in, and out, and Won with him in and out?
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No there is only one GOD, Joe Paterno!
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Old 12-26-2005, 11:55 PM   #15
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Just out of interest, how many games has Pitt lost with Ben in, and out, and Won with him in and out?
Ben has a fantastic win% when he is the starting QB - im going from memory here but, including playoffs, I think he was 16-2 last year.

This year I believe that that the Steelers are 10-3 with Ben and 0-2 without him.

If all that guesswork is correct then the Steelers are 26-5 with him...and 0-2 without him.

Im sure one of the Steeler fans will give you some more accurate info - suffice to say Ben makes a huge difference to this team.

Welcome to the forum BTW - good to have someone else rooting for the Pats.

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Old 12-27-2005, 12:09 AM   #16
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Just out of interest - I would still say that Ben hasn't proved anything, at least not when it counts....in the playoffs and I have yet to see him carry his team to victory against decent opposition by throwing the ball.



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LOL! yeah brady didnt show me nothing his first year in the league either. remember when he sat the bench all year and nobody knew who he was? ben has yet to complete his 2nd year in the league. hes only played in TWO play off games both of which were in his rookie season, so dont write the book just yet. did you see him put up 160 yds in the 1st quarter on saturday. dont try to tell me that game didnt count. nor did the one against the vikings or bears.
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living, if everyone beat this descent opposition you always talk about they wouldnt be descent opposition now would they? steelers, colts, teams like the bears and bengals havnt faced descent opposition? who the hell are they playing? the canadion football league, nfl europe? ncaa? please tell me which team out there has beaten descent opposition? the patriots? dont even go there. seahawks? san diego? what the hell has that gotten them?
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Haha yeah, remember in Brady's rookie... Yeah whatever... Wait...

Wait something is coming to me now!

Remember when Tom Brady started his entire 2nd year season, except 2 games, and Won the Super Bowl? Wow what a day!
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Welcome to the forum BTW - good to have someone else rooting for the Pats.
lol, you lonely now that your buddies left you when things got a little rough for the team? they should be comming back soon though now that things picked up, oh wait.... one already did this past week
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LOL! yeah brady didnt show me nothing his first year in the league either. remember when he sat the bench all year and nobody knew who he was? ben has yet to complete his 2nd year in the league. hes only played in TWO play off games both of which were in his rookie season, so dont write the book just yet. did you see him put up 160 yds in the 1st quarter on saturday. dont try to tell me that game didnt count. nor did the one against the vikings or bears.
In two seasons I cannot remember a game where Ben had to beat a decent team without the help of a running game.

The pro's and con's to sitting a QB in his rookie year are pretty evenly balanced as far as performance in the 2nd year goes - if you insist on counting Brady's first year then I'll have to insist on calling it an undefeated debut season as starter.

I dont want to be too hard on Ben becasue he has the makings of a top-notch QB, but any QB who is compared to Brady doesnt come out looking too great.

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