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Discussion in 'NFL Talk' started by brad kilpatrick, Nov 16, 2007.
ok Fellas who would you want under center in this situation
Hands down it'd be Brady! :wink::big_smile:
Manning folds like a lawn chair under pressure...Not my opinion but a statistical fact.:smile2:
You got it in the right order.
1. Tom Brady. I will add, an team.:big_smile:
As long as they can hand it to Earl Campbell I don't care whos under center. LOL!
:confused2: "Lets See"
As of right now - I'll take "Brady" - he seems to have more weapons right now.
What else can I say?
Take it easy Brad,
Bert:cool2: & Shania:0010:
Bert & "Deltalover"
'03 Super Bowl...(Ok he started on the 40....but close enough)
Brady. Don't want a choker around that can't GET'ER DONE but every 5 or 6 trys!! LOL LOL
If hes throwing a fade to Moss I want catfishjohn, anyone can throw that pass because Moss wont miss.:wink:
I have to go with Tom Brady...too many weapons and better offensive line.
:embarassed:As much as it hurts me say it...
I want Bret Farve taking snaps under those conditions. There is nobody more passionate and more preasure comfortable than him in the NFL, plus he still has fun doing it.
Or the all time comeback king, John Elway, they were made with the same competitive spirit, you don't have many QBs like that anymore.
If Peyton has all of his weapons Harrison, Clark, Wayne, Addai? Are you guys kidding me? Both Peyton and Brady have a ton of fourth quarter game winning drives, I guess it's just a matter of opinion.:0a14: Does the winner get a medal Brad?LOL!
Hey Brad, what about the medal as a prize? Manning and Brady are the best in the league at leading their teams on game winning drives, along with Brett Favre. You couldn't ask for any better quarter between those three to lead a game winning drive and 99% of the time they will seal the deal.:crazy::cool2::smile2:
I know the poll was Brady or Manning but I would take Brett Favre also but I agree with Big George on Earl Campbell with the tear away jersey the hardest runner Ive ever seen.
Oh yah, Peyton had his 30th game winning drive in the fourth quarter and overtime in today's game against the Chiefs. That's what I'm talkin about!:cool2:
Manning v Chiefs Sunday 16 of 32 for 163 Yards 0tds 1 int
Brady v Skins Sunday 31/39 373 yards 5tds 0 int
I dunno what You've been smokin Ryan but you ain't been sharing!
This is a list of some of the NFL leaders in fourth quarter comebacks
What this means. Elway, Favre, and Marino MUST be listed among the best in the history of the NFL. But, all played on some pretty mediocre teams at times and had reasons to be behind in the fourth.
Fourth quarter comebacks only mean that you were behind at some time. How many times has Brady been behind in the 4th? Not saying he is the best, but he almost definitely has less 4th quarter deficets than any of the others on this list.
You decide, I took Brady.
There all good QB's . I have enjoyed watching each of them and at one time or another, I pulled for each one.
Like Brady or not, he is on his way to being the best QB in NFL history and his OF line is the best I've ever seen. They are about as perfect as you can get.
They look like a hot knife cutting through butter when on the field.
Still as good as the Pats are, anything could happen in the NFL
I love watching Green Bay BF too. I think he could make it to the SB this year.
If he gets by Dallas, which needs a new center.
I voted for Brady although I don't think Manning was a bad choice either. After watching yesterdays touchdown clinic by Brady I had to vote for him!
this is so true. Manning and Brady rarely get in to the situation you describe: "2 minutes to go and the ball on your 20 yard line" just does not happen often for them.
I'll take Brady, silly question:roll_eyes: