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Ben, Peyton, Brady are 13 of the last 15 AFC Super Bowl quarterbacks

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For the 13th time in 15 years, the starting quarterback for the AFC Super Bowl team will be Ben Roethlisberger, Peyton Manning or Tom Brady.

That was assured on Saturday, when Brady’s Patriots beat the Chiefs to advance to the AFC Championship Game for the 10th time since Brady became the Patriots’ starting quarterback. The only other teams remaining in the AFC are Roethlisberger’s Steelers and Manning’s Broncos, who meet today in Denver, with the winner facing Brady’s Patriots next week.

Brady has played in a record six Super Bowls, Manning has played in three and Roethlisberger has played in three. The only other quarterback to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl in the last 13 years was Joe Flacco, whose team topped Roethlisberger’s Steelers to win the AFC North in 2012, then beat Manning’s Broncos in the divisional playoffs and Brady’s Patriots in the AFC Championship Game. Before that, the last other quarterback to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl was Rich Gannon, whose 2002 Raiders dethroned Brady’s 2001 Patriots as reigning AFC champions.

Roethlisberger and Manning have each played in four AFC Championship Games, with today’s winner advancing to his fifth. Since 2001, the Patriots have advanced to 10 AFC Championship Games, the Steelers have played in five, the Colts have played in four (three with Manning, one without) and the Broncos have played in two (one with Manning, one without). So counting this year, those four teams will have accounted for 22 AFC Championship Game appearances since 2001, with the other 12 AFC teams accounting for a combined eight AFC Championship Game appearances.

The NFL is designed for parity, but it’s also designed to be a passing league. And parity is trumped by a franchise quarterback.

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  1. BradyIsTheGCOAT says: Jan 17, 2016 8:18 AM

    4 tainted lombardis for brady.

  2. patk617 says: Jan 17, 2016 8:20 AM

    Brady has been to 10 afc championship games in 15 years.. Wow
    The GOAT

  3. armchairqb says: Jan 17, 2016 8:20 AM

    We know. And it’s getting really old.

  4. corky2141 says: Jan 17, 2016 8:20 AM

    Gotta love the NFL’s parody.

  5. mikermiker says: Jan 17, 2016 8:21 AM

    Its a shame tommy mcasterisk brady will have the most stained record of any of them.

  6. logast says: Jan 17, 2016 8:22 AM

    10 AFC Championships. Six Super Bowls. So far. Enough said.

  7. patriotinvasion says: Jan 17, 2016 8:22 AM

    Been telling people this for years. Despite all the parity, these 3 QB’s have dominated the AFC for a decade and a half. Incredible.

  8. ReligionIsForIdiots says: Jan 17, 2016 8:26 AM

    They’re good, but they’re not Russell Wilson good.

  9. jagsfanugh says: Jan 17, 2016 8:31 AM

    I am rooting for either the Cards or the Panthers. Tired of the same ole teams playing in the Superbowl

  10. bonniebengal says: Jan 17, 2016 8:32 AM

    We are all tired of same old, same old, especially since it sometimes seems the NFL tries to make it happen. The Steelers are in there this year courtesy of the officiating.

  11. relggigeht says: Jan 17, 2016 8:33 AM

    and, fans of other teams come here to discredit their success and team’s success.

  12. kw27p says: Jan 17, 2016 8:36 AM

    Wow tom Brady is the greatest of all time. Not even a pats fan

  13. streetyson says: Jan 17, 2016 8:43 AM

    Yeah its a passing league these days – so say those who use it to declaim Brady’ modern-era success compared to the “good old days” whilst at the same time saying that Brady can’t throw worth a damn! Which is it haters? – you can’t have it both ways.

  14. cinzano08 says: Jan 17, 2016 8:44 AM

    Peyton is only in the game because of hgh. For true competition this year it should be Big Ben and tb12.

  15. TeeHeeLOLatPatsHaters says: Jan 17, 2016 8:45 AM

    And soon Tom Brady, the undisputed GOAT by all intelligent football fans…will have represented the AFC in 2 of the last 2 Super Bowls.
    🙂

  16. ricardorobertasq says: Jan 17, 2016 8:47 AM

    I imagine, very soon, we will see an AFC without Brady and Manning. Will Ben dominate for a few more years? It’s going to get very interesting.

  17. TeeHeeLOLatPatsHaters says: Jan 17, 2016 8:48 AM

    Good morning Patriot Hater.

    Sleep well last night?🙂

  18. liberalmel says: Jan 17, 2016 8:50 AM

    Makes football very boring.

    This website is full of Patriot homers. You can see it by all their upvotes. C ch cheatttters!

  19. belbobelbo says: Jan 17, 2016 8:50 AM

    Yawn.

  20. pastabelly says: Jan 17, 2016 8:51 AM

    All three are Hall of Famers. By definition, hate to say it, but that should exclude all other AFC quarterbacks by definition.

    There is no bigger Tom Brady fan than I am, but I am getting sick of the GOAT posts. Do the asterisk posters and Brady haters make you feel that insecure. Just enjoy watching him. This doesn’t last forever, but has lasted a long time. Looking forward to the final Brady-Manning game with so much on the line.

  21. dbarnes67 says: Jan 17, 2016 8:54 AM

    Parity? Maybe the fact that they QB the NFL favorites. You know, the teams that the officials help to winning records.

  22. profish13 says: Jan 17, 2016 8:54 AM

    This just in, top tier franchise QB’s generally lead to a lot of success.

  23. rjc32586 says: Jan 17, 2016 8:55 AM

    Umm. Do we suddenly live in a world where injuries don’t exist? Hope it doesn’t happen obviously, but you still can’t say it’s “assured” one of these three starts the Super Bowl, just extremely likely.

  24. flakeybiscuits says: Jan 17, 2016 8:56 AM

    Was just explaining this to someone yesterday. The AFC has been so stagnant for my entire football watching life (I’m 22). Every year you have brady, ben, and manning in the playoffs, add the colts, ravens/Bengals/chargers in there regularly and suffle in a random wild card team and thats your playoff field. Every. Single. Year.

  25. TeeHeeLOLatPatsHaters says: Jan 17, 2016 8:56 AM

    All of America loves the World Champion Patriots. WE love winners not losers. WE love big strong teams who play like WARRIORS and REAL MEN and not puny little wussies who play like mice and cwy to their mommy that their widdle feewings getting hurt by those cheating meanies in Foxboro.

    The strong ALWAYS beats the weak. That’s the way it should be.
    🙂

  26. kevinoc63 says: Jan 17, 2016 8:57 AM

    Well if you take everything into account nothing has been assured. Injury or performance issues could lead to someone else starting for the AFC super bowl team.

  27. bonniebengal says: Jan 17, 2016 8:57 AM

    I think this year’s SB will be Panthers/Broncos. I’m really hoping Cam Newton can win it and throw some diversity in there.

  28. jasoncnz says: Jan 17, 2016 8:59 AM

    The Patriots and Steelers have been two of the best run franchises for the last 2 decades. The outlier is the Colts who are a lousy organization with an idiot owner who hit the lottery in the draft. Peyton didn’t play on truely good well rounded teams until he got to Denver. By then he was too old and to depleted from the neck injury for it to matter

  29. gambeast5533 says: Jan 17, 2016 8:59 AM

    This is definitely a rare generation for the NFL. Especially since the salary cap was created to make sure that teams should not be able to have this type of repeated success.

    It goes to show you how great these QB’s are.

  30. giantsfanlewis says: Jan 17, 2016 8:59 AM

    Or shows how terrible the rest of the AFC is and makes Brady and Manning not look as good, since over 15 years the NFC has had so much turn around.

  31. kissbillsrings says: Jan 17, 2016 9:00 AM

    It has been AWESOME to watch Brady as he has become the greatest to ever play the game at his position…. What a treat for the NFL!!!!

  32. florioisaliar4hire says: Jan 17, 2016 9:00 AM

    If the Patriors win the Super Bowl then I am done watching the NFL. You allow a team to cheat, allow them to keep their fake trophies, change the rules to protect and benefit their QB, allow their team to cheat and continue to advance in the playoffss, and lie to fans.
    I have been a fan for over 40 years and I quit. Kraft and Goodell have ruined a fine sport.

  33. axx1 says: Jan 17, 2016 9:05 AM

    So much for the “national parity league”

  34. milehihoss says: Jan 17, 2016 9:09 AM

    Not so fast…could still be Broncos but not OFM…
    –Bronco Fan

  35. thegronk87 says: Jan 17, 2016 9:09 AM

    mostly brady, but yes, i see your point

  36. wickfunq says: Jan 17, 2016 9:11 AM

    And hopefully, the Pats will make it back to the Super Bowl in February making it the 7th time for TB12!!

  37. flash1287 says: Jan 17, 2016 9:13 AM

    BradyIsTheGCOAT says:
    Jan 17, 2016 8:18 AM
    4 tainted lombardis for brady

    mikermiker says:
    Jan 17, 2016 8:21 AM
    Its a shame tommy mcasterisk brady will have the most stained record of any of them.

    Same JEALOUS trolls on every article that has anything to do with the Patriots/Tom Brady

  38. tonebones says: Jan 17, 2016 9:14 AM

    Just goes to show you, you can have the greatest coaches and best overall rosters, but if you don’t have a first ballot HOFer at QB, you only have a very slim chance. So if Hue Jackson isn’t studying the college QBs right this minute, he’s a not serious about winning.

  39. harrisonhits2 says: Jan 17, 2016 9:15 AM

    If the Donks lose today Manning will have 10 one and dones to match Brady’s 10 AFC Championship appearances.

  40. shzastl says: Jan 17, 2016 9:15 AM

    The Super Bowl starter could be Osweiler or Landry Jones

  41. giantsfanlewis says: Jan 17, 2016 9:18 AM

    And remember the best qb in the NFL can’t even make the NFL championship games most the time. I wonder what these “great” quarterbacks should do in the nfc

  42. kingfish13 says: Jan 17, 2016 9:19 AM

    BradyIsTheGCOAT says:
    Jan 17, 2016 8:18 AM
    4 tainted lombardis for brady.
    ———————————————————-

    Sounds like someone needs a binkie and a bubbie

  43. giantsfanlewis says: Jan 17, 2016 9:19 AM

    Nfc stupid Auto correct. I mant Rodgers by the way

  44. dcpatfan says: Jan 17, 2016 9:23 AM

    Once again Tom “Terrific” Brady the Undisputed Greatest Quarterback Of All Time is “doubling up” on pehghton in every meaningful statistical area….I am so proud He is the QB of the Team I follow.

    BTW….I still remain expectant that updates on “the investigation” are forthcoming…..cuz I have not forgotten yet.

  45. bigtool4uu says: Jan 17, 2016 9:23 AM

    so brady himself 6 AFC Championships = peyton mannning (3)+ ben Roethlisberger (3).
    now you talking about GOAT.

  46. dynalee10 says: Jan 17, 2016 9:24 AM

    Just goes to prove that in order to compete and win SB’s you HAVE to have an elite QB . The only exceptions are the occasional defensive juggernaut teams that render the QB meaningless because they dominate the game like the McMahon Bears , Dilfers Ravens , Johnsons Bucs etc…

  47. jchipwood says: Jan 17, 2016 9:28 AM

    Does Peytons or Bens owner have a hand in Goodells salary too? No they dont……..just Bradys.

  48. TheDPR says: Jan 17, 2016 9:28 AM

    Consistently good teams have stable, quality management and owners. The AFC is much weaker than the NFC in that area and it has an effect on the field.

  49. cincy85 says: Jan 17, 2016 9:30 AM

    Because it’s all rigged. May have had an Andy dalton on that list if not for the nfl and it’s officials.

  50. myopinionisrighterthanyours says: Jan 17, 2016 9:30 AM

    The AFC would like to forget Rich Gannon started the only other Super Bowl in the past 15 years not named Manning, Brady, Roethlisberger or Flacco.

  51. neutronjimmy123 says: Jan 17, 2016 9:30 AM

    Scary how Mark Sanchez was that close twice to going to Superbowl

  52. the1vito says: Jan 17, 2016 9:32 AM

    So the only 2 QBs other than Brady, Manning, & Roethlisberger went to the University of Delaware

  53. bleck5 says: Jan 17, 2016 9:32 AM

    Everyone would die to have Tommy as their loser teans quarterback.

  54. dccrescenzi says: Jan 17, 2016 9:33 AM

    If it wasn’t for Bill Russell -Wilt would have won more
    If it wasn’t for Magic -Bird would have won more
    If It wasn’t for Ken Dryden -Bobby Orr would have won more
    If it wasn’t for those Dam Yankees of any era the Red Soxs would have won more.
    If it wasn’t for TB12 then everybody else would have won more.
    If it wasn’t for former Jets officials than PSI would have been just a number or at least someone’s initials.
    And if wasn’t for envy the haters wouldn’t hate
    No data ,No fine
    Return the Picks

  55. illnagas says: Jan 17, 2016 9:33 AM

    NFL is screwed after these guys retire. Who’s the face of the league? Ham Newton? Ha! good luck with that…

  56. peytonwantsaflag says: Jan 17, 2016 9:34 AM

    How many of those playoff games, including this years, where handed to Roethlisberger by the NFL? I can think 4 off the top of my head.

  57. drunkrichard says: Jan 17, 2016 9:36 AM

    Maybe I’m reading this wrong but didn’t the JETS make is a few times with Rex/Ole Dirty?

  58. Mo Pro Babble says: Jan 17, 2016 9:36 AM

    the last other quarterback to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl was Rich Gannon, whose 2002 Raiders dethroned Brady’s 2001 Patriots as reigning AFC champions.

    and then lost to Tampa Bay, proving they didn’t belong there that year, or the year before.

  59. lemmetalkwouldya says: Jan 17, 2016 9:39 AM

    Since 2001, the Patriots have advanced to 10 AFC Championship Games
    ———————————————————-
    Hate them all you want, but you have to respect that number ……. you HAVE to.

  60. tigerlilac says: Jan 17, 2016 9:39 AM

    Envy is such a strong emotion that the NFL bowed to it when it concocted trumped up charges against the Patriots and Brady, taking away draft choices from the team and suspending Brady. The NFL literally conspired with a cabal of owners to kneecap Brady because too many owners are sick of the Patriots winning. Thankfully, we have due process in this country and Brady and the NFLPA used the legal system to expose the NFL’s fraud and keep Brady on the field.

    I had to laugh this weekend watching Mathews and Peppers play, and commercials and commentary talking about Manning starting today, with almost no mention of a real cheating scandal, the pervasive use of HGH. The media should be ashamed of itself for the high tech lynching of Brady while giving a pass to guys that we all know really broke the rules.

  61. willyshock says: Jan 17, 2016 9:42 AM

    Manning and Roethlisberger both have to survive todays game for this headline to be true. Just saying…

  62. clarencewhorley says: Jan 17, 2016 9:43 AM

    And people still try to argue Brady is not the GOAT.

    10 AFC championship games, soon to be 7 Super Bowls, and either 4 or 5 rings.

    The greatest winner in NFL history

  63. theringisthething says: Jan 17, 2016 9:44 AM

    Brady has actually accomplished his feat of 10 conference championship games and 6 super bowls in 14 seasons. He missed a season in the middle (2008). Only a true hater would not give somebody props for that.

  64. tedmurph says: Jan 17, 2016 9:51 AM

    Brady is the story, with 6 out of the last 14, and possibly 7 out of the last 15. The other 2? Whatever.

  65. jefbob says: Jan 17, 2016 9:51 AM

    Unless the Broncos or steelers make it to the super bowl and are forced to use a backup because their starters are kinda banged up right now.

  66. bushwoodcc says: Jan 17, 2016 9:52 AM

    drunkrichard says:
    Jan 17, 2016 9:36 AM

    Maybe I’m reading this wrong but didn’t the JETS make is a few times with Rex/Ole Dirty?
    _________________________________

    The Jets got to two AFCCG w/ Rex but lost both. The NYJ Jets haven’t been to a SuperBowl since the moon landing.

  67. flaccosmoustache says: Jan 17, 2016 10:03 AM

    You might want to put the man, the myth, the legend…JOEY FLACCO in the headline as well. Just sayin.

  68. williamannand says: Jan 17, 2016 10:05 AM

    “And parity is trumped by a franchise quarterback.”

    ‘Franchise’ QB is a term employed by teams intent on throwing a ton of money at a young QB.Once the money is spent, the media picks up on the term. Franchise QBs are also referred to as “the face of the franchise”. Sometimes that face can become an embarrassment. The money spent can actually screw the franchise QB’s chances of becoming a great QB (e.g. Joe Flacco).

    At one point in time, Mark Sanchez was a franchise QB. So was Robert Griffin. So was Ryan Tannehill. Each one of these gents earned the designation when he received a big contract.

    Brady, Manning, and Roethlesbreger are great QBs who have proven themselves by sustained excellence over a long period of years with a variety of supporting casts.

  69. rjc0327 says: Jan 17, 2016 10:17 AM

    If the Patriots can win next week it will be Brady’s 7th Super Bowl appearance in 14 full seasons as QB for the Patriots. That’s 50% for Super Bowl 50. The Drive for Five, continues!!!!

  70. dingusgenius says: Jan 17, 2016 10:24 AM

    “Does Peytons or Bens owner have a hand in Goodells salary too? No they dont……..just Bradys.”

    Exhibit A.

    This guy has posted THOUSANDS of times in every.single.Patriots article for the last year, with his whacky conspiracy theories, emotional tirades, and outright lies.

    Take a break from the internet dude.

  71. dingusgenius says: Jan 17, 2016 10:28 AM

    “If the Patriors win the Super Bowl then I am done watching the NFL. You allow a team to cheat, allow them to keep their fake trophies, change the rules to protect and benefit their QB, allow their team to cheat and continue to advance in the playoffss, and lie to fans.
    I have been a fan for over 40 years and I quit. Kraft and Goodell have ruined a fine sport.”

    Exhibit B

    What an emotional mess. Let me guess, you think the earth is flat, the moon landing was faked, 9/11 was an inside job, and climate change is a global government conspiracy.

    Manning and the Colts lobbied for rules changes to protect him and his receivers. Manning started the petition to change the rules about how balls are broken in.

    Typical. High in emotion, hyperbole, and delusion. Short on facts.

  72. whywerule says: Jan 17, 2016 10:28 AM

    florioisaliar4hire says:
    Jan 17, 2016 9:00 AM
    If the Patriors win the Super Bowl then I am done watching the NFL….I have been a fan for over 40 years and I quit.

    We can only hope that someone as immature as you are showing yourself to be with your handle and your posts is not really old enough to have been watching the NFL for over 40 years.

  73. j0esixpack says: Jan 17, 2016 10:33 AM

    Brady will have been to 10 AFC championships in 14 years – and possibly 7 Super Bowls in the last 14 years.

    That’s one every other year

    Is it any wonder that AFC owners in particular are furious with the lost revenue a roadblock to the Super Bowl like Brady has cost them??

    It’s no wonder the Colts, Ravens, Jets and other owners would stoop to framing Brady to create “parity” of forcing him to sit 4 games

    We are talking hundreds of millions in profits that other owners would have if not for Brady – and now Goodell admits in court the NFL never had any evidence and asserts that the Laws of Physics don’t apply to the NFL

    This is all ripe for a John Oliver expose’

  74. trainwrecksryan says: Jan 17, 2016 10:36 AM

    Don’t like constant winners? Blame the teams who fail to beat them.

  75. norcal031 says: Jan 17, 2016 10:39 AM

    Just like the NBA either Jordan, Duncan, Kobe, Shaq, or LeBron have been in the finals since 1990.

  76. stillers213 says: Jan 17, 2016 10:40 AM

    Jealousy reigns supreme on this thread. Stability is the key to long term NFL success. The Steelers, Pats, Giants, and Ravens get it. Even the Bengals are getting it with Marvin Lewis. (Making the playoffs almost every season is an underrated accomplishment)

  77. YouCryin?PatsMustBeDoingTheirJob says: Jan 17, 2016 10:43 AM

    Funny how no mention of asterisks in article. Just goes to show that the frustrated low lifes can’t be any more wrong. But waking up early on a Sunday morning to pounce on any article related to the defending super bowl champions, is amusing. Dance little clowns…..amuse me.

  78. ibillwt says: Jan 17, 2016 10:49 AM

    Don’t see how a choker like Manning is in the same discussion with clutch guys like Rothlisberger and GOAT.

  79. YouCryin?PatsMustBeDoingTheirJob says: Jan 17, 2016 10:54 AM

    The defending super bowl champions are going to their fifth straight AFC title game……heads are exploding.

  80. diehardfootballfan says: Jan 17, 2016 11:01 AM

    Enough said!!!
    These guys are winners, so you haters out there can continue hoping you get a QB with “some of their skills”…….keep hoping losers.

  81. steeltroll says: Jan 17, 2016 11:02 AM

    “TeeHeeLOLatPatsHaters says:
    Jan 17, 2016 8:56 AM
    All of America loves the World Champion Patriots. WE love winners not losers. WE love big strong teams who play like WARRIORS and REAL MEN and not puny little wussies who play like mice and cwy to their mommy that their widdle feewings getting hurt by those cheating meanies in Foxboro.

    The strong ALWAYS beats the weak. That’s the way it should be.
    :)”

    I bet you do love big strong, real men. 🙂

  82. tattooit says: Jan 17, 2016 11:04 AM

    Goodell is feverishly waxing his knob right now at the thought of one more Manning Vs Brady AFCCG.

  83. frappe123 says: Jan 17, 2016 11:05 AM

    I’ve been a fan of the Patriots since the 1960s when the AFL (now AFC) was in its infancy. I remember going to a game where it was played at Boston College when it was just a field with some bleacher seats. The game that I remember was against the “New York Titans”, now the NY Jets. The AFL and the NFL were then operating in two different universes, with the AFL as largely regarded, at best, as a training ground for a bunch of “wannabes”.

    We’ve obviously come a long way since then. The AFC and NFC now have “parity”. They’ve had it for years. I’ve suffered through many lean years, particularly when the Patriots were owned by the Sullivan family. All of New England blesses the day when the Kraft family came to the rescue and breathed life into the franchise. When Bob Kraft made the purchase for $300,000,000, he promised Patriot fans that he would bring a Super Bowl victory to New England…And boy, did he deliver!

    So I don’t take this extended period of success that we have been experiencing for granted. I fully appreciate, and relish, every great game that I see Bill Bellichick, Tom Brady and the rest of the Patriots play.

    The Patriots now have a fairly significant number of Hall of Fame players, with more to follow. And it’s all because they’re smart, disciplined, and play to win. Those of you who throw out the “cheater” label don’t know what you’re talking about. Deflategate was absolute RUBBISH, concocted by Goodell and several team owners who were tired of seeing the Patriots finish at or near the top. Thank God for a legal system that wasn’t corrupted — that saw through the BS that Goodell and his minions were trying to sell and soundly REJECTED it!

    The only reason that the Patriots are successful is because they work very, very hard at becoming the best that they can be at every level within the organization. And that is the ONLY reason you see a consistently winning product on most Sundays. Amen.

  84. somethinghappeninghere says: Jan 17, 2016 11:07 AM

    So how is this any different from the AFC in the 70s, when for the most part the QBs were Stabler, Bradshaw, and Griese? You know, great coaches (Shula, Noll, Madden), stable franchises (Pittsburgh, Oakland, Miami), and outstanding defenses (No Names, Steel Curtain, and the players on D in Oakland, what they were called)…

    Or, for that matter, the NFC in the 80s….

    Nothing to see here folks…the whole parity thing is just an illusion to keep up the fan bases or teams not named Patriots, Broncos, Steelers, etc.

  85. chesswhileyouplaycheckers says: Jan 17, 2016 11:08 AM

    florioisaliar4hire says:
    Jan 17, 2016 9:00 AM
    If the Patriors win the Super Bowl then I am done watching the NFL. You allow a team to cheat, allow them to keep their fake trophies, change the rules to protect and benefit their QB, allow their team to cheat and continue to advance in the playoffss, and lie to fans.
    I have been a fan for over 40 years and I quit. Kraft and Goodell have ruined a fine sport.
    —————————-

    The rules changes thing cracks me up. The changes that handcuffed defensive backs were spearheaded by irsay/polian after the Patriots won 3 SB’s in 4 years with Brady quarterbacking a primarily defensive team. The mean old Pats were too physical for the pretty ponies and rams. Those rule changes were meant to derail a budding dynasty not to enable it AND TO A CERTAIN EXTENT IT WORKED. NE was forced to completely change the nature of their team and didn’t win another SB for 10 years. The rule change that put skirts on quarterbacks was because of an injury to Carson Palmer not Brady although realistically it was a logical extension of the polian wussification combined with the salary cap.

    The Patriots first 3 SB victories happened before the filming location/change memo so the cheat BS surrounding them is just that. framegate is beneath contempt and a federal judge went out of his way to mock it even though he could have simply kicked it to the curb based on the law. The only proven and documented lies in the whole trumped up mess belong to Goodell and the league, look it up it’s all out there.

    For the sake of the 40 years you have ‘invested’ in the NFL you could invest a few hours reviewing the actual publicly available documents and then maybe you might appreciate what you watched the last 15 of them the same way many of us grudgingly appreciated the Niners dynasty.
    If not then please don’t shut off the lights on your way out the door of the only read the headlines hater club, the league has made sure the other members are in the dark enough as it is.

  86. styx630 says: Jan 17, 2016 11:09 AM

    What makes it worse is that Pats fans are the sorest winners in sports.

  87. steelerdynasty2010 says: Jan 17, 2016 11:10 AM

    impressive run of dominance. a shame Brady will be forever tied to the shadiness that has surrounded the Pats over the years. i actually think the guy’s worked to be as good as he is, and has unnecessarily benefited from whatever shenanigans have gone on around/with him. I’ll hate him forever because lots of his success has come at the expense of my team, but as a football fan, man am I glad I’ve gotten to see it all.

  88. piratefreedom says: Jan 17, 2016 11:14 AM

    ibillwt says:
    Jan 17, 2016 10:49 AM

    Don’t see how a choker like Manning is in the same discussion with clutch guys like Rothlisberger and GOAT.
    —————-

    He has a ring you know and 2 AFC championships.
    As a Pats fan I vividly remember the 2006 AFCCG where the Colts scored 17 in the 4th quarter to win 38-34.
    I haven’t called him a choker since then.

  89. coltcountrysteelerfan says: Jan 17, 2016 11:20 AM

    Don’t act like the Patriots dominated the Chiefs, the clock mismanagement is on the Chiefs, but there were atleast 3 big missed calls that aided the Patriots victory yesterday. Gronk’s push off, the uncalled roughing the passer on Smith, and the boarderline late hit(on Smith out of bounds) or a horse collar could’ve/should’ve been called.

  90. RE LEE says: Jan 17, 2016 11:24 AM

    We are Americans. We love to win. Those whiners, in essence, are losers. We must continue to celebrate the drive for excellence. Participation banners, and what have you is not enough.
    Brady exemplifies our drive to win. Football is a very physical sport and innate physical prowess is a great advantage. Brady does not have that. Everthing he does is slow, so his coaches say. It is a feat in itself to be where he is right now. It requires prodigious effort to overcome his weaknesses. Natural born losers write off Brady’s phenomenal success as cheating.
    These 3 QBs are winners. Those who get bored by winners are welcome to hop off the bus and stand on the curb. Maybe something exciting will happen to you. Maybe win the lottery or something.

  91. giantsfanlewis says: Jan 17, 2016 11:25 AM

    Here’s a bit of proof. In those 15 years in which the AFC 6 teams in the super bowl by 5 qbs, the NFC has seen the giants(2), eagles, panthers, saints, bucs, packers, bears seahawks(2), cards, rams(pats first super bowl) and 49ers all play in a super bowl. That means. We have had 11 different teams and qbs in the super bowl. Again maybe the AFC just isn’t as competitive or talented, which is why the same 3 guys seem to dominate year in and year outm

  92. twincities90210 says: Jan 17, 2016 11:26 AM

    the NFL is so rigged. Watch how much time these old farts have to throw the ball compared to other teams with a BETTER offensive line and a younger QB.

    Also, both Manning and Brady have birthday gematria of 83 and football equals 83 in gematria.

  93. dtroxallday says: Jan 17, 2016 11:28 AM

    That guy above saying they’re not Russell Wilson good must spend a ton of time in church and be very religious
    (based on his username).

  94. whywerule says: Jan 17, 2016 11:30 AM

    coltcountrysteelerfan says:
    Jan 17, 2016 11:20 AM
    …but there were at least 3 big missed calls that aided the Patriots victory yesterday….

    Pats won because they were the better team…period.

    And I am sure you are fine with the non-call when Peters held and practically tackled Edelman in the end-zone when Edelman clearly had him beat on a double move and Brady was throwing to Edelman.

  95. lp0320 says: Jan 17, 2016 11:31 AM

    I am a Steelers’ fan, and not a fan of Brady. Not because of Deflategate, not because of Spygate, but because of his arrogance, and his willingness to scream at his teammates on the field for a dropped ball, or a wrong route.

    But that being said, the man knows how to win. Bill B is a genius and their team, like the Steelers manage to win no matter the injuries, etc.

    I think that Roethlisberger is the toughest QB to play the game, but Brady knows how to win.

    And there’s a reason why these guys have continued success, it’s because their organizations are top notch and provide stability. The Steelers’ and Patriots have owners that commit to a coach and commit to rebuilding and commit to the draft. A lot of these others are looking for the one hit wonder without putting in the time.

  96. coltcountrysteelerfan says: Jan 17, 2016 11:31 AM

    Bonniebengal, seriously? Still upset over the 8th straight, no playoff wins in 25 years? Bengals deserved to lose the game for the way Burfict played…should have been suspended from week 17, should have been ejected early in the game. Want to cry about Porter being on the field? He was only in the middle of the Bengals because he was pulled by a Bengal. How about when all of the Bengal staff was on the field on the 3rd…what goes around comes around.

    I used to want to see the Bengals succeed, rooted for them as my secondary AFC team…but the classless fans and players(not all the Bengals are classless)has changed my mind this season. A couple division titles and a handful of playoff appearances does not make you a successful franchise, nor does it give fans ground to stand on regarding bragging rights. I never thought I would say this, but there is a team below the Ravens on my most hated team list.

    Browns fans take note on how not to act when the Browns finally become relevant again.

  97. gambeast5533 says: Jan 17, 2016 11:48 AM

    florioisaliar4hire says:
    Jan 17, 2016 9:00 AM

    If the Patriors win the Super Bowl then I am done watching the NFL. You allow a team to cheat, allow them to keep their fake trophies, change the rules to protect and benefit their QB, allow their team to cheat and continue to advance in the playoffss, and lie to fans.
    I have been a fan for over 40 years and I quit. Kraft and Goodell have ruined a fine sport.

    So, this is what does it for you?

    The Pats ALLEGEDLY letting some air out of a football? Even though nature explained the logical reason the footballs were deflated?

    You had no problem with the Steelers steroid abuse in the 70s? Jerry Rice’s Stick ’em use? The Salary Cap Skirting by the Broncos? The Giants faking injuries during play to gain advantages? Coaches stepping on the field to interfere with players? The PED abuse by most any team in the league (specifically HGH being sent to the house of a well known QB that is now a non-story for some reason)?

    None of that bothers you?

    Every team has cheated in some form and has been punished. The worst punishment (two draft picks and a $1,000,000 fine for deflated footballs when no one can prove anything malicious happened and nature can prove that it was a natural deflation) is egregious.

    If you aren’t appalled by that justice, you have problems. I am sure, however, that if your team was the focus of investigations like this, you would be outraged as well. Of course, your team would have to have been successful for a good period of time to even warrant being in the discussion.

    Go ahead and stop watching football now and do the NFL a favor.

  98. bchap17 says: Jan 17, 2016 11:48 AM

    gambeast5533 says:
    Jan 17, 2016 8:59 AM

    This is definitely a rare generation for the NFL. Especially since the salary cap was created to make sure that teams should not be able to have this type of repeated success.

    It goes to show you how great these QB’s are.
    ———————————————–
    Their greatness cannot be denied, but the salary cap parity initiative has been muffled by the lopsided rule changes, which favor QBs and offensive production in general.

    How much greater would Montana, Young, Moon, Marino, Kelly, Elway, Favre etc be with today’s rules in place?

  99. TeeHeeLOLatPatsHaters says: Jan 17, 2016 11:50 AM

    coltcountrysteelerfan says:
    Jan 17, 2016 11:20 AM
    …but there were at least 3 big missed calls that aided the Patriots victory yesterday…

    None of course as big as Joey Porter not getting flagged- or suspended- for being on the field running his mouth and keeping the Steelers in FG range. Now THAT was directly responsible for the outcome.🙂

    And to think he got a game ball for that too. Classless.

  100. TeeHeeLOLatPatsHaters says: Jan 17, 2016 11:53 AM

    Their greatness cannot be denied, but the salary cap parity initiative has been muffled by the lopsided rule changes, which favor QBs and offensive production in general.

    How much greater would Montana, Young, Moon, Marino, Kelly, Elway, Favre etc be with today’s rules in place?
    —-
    Yes. Stats ARE a product of the rules.

    Which is why the only stat that matters now is WINS and RINGS. THAT can be compared across eras.
    🙂

  101. TeeHeeLOLatPatsHaters says: Jan 17, 2016 11:57 AM

    I’d love to see Porter try that stunt in Foxboro and then get smacked hard by a Patriot player.

    Maybe that will make Tomlin think twice about sending him out there to draw flags. If you’re on the field you are fair game. Just like a fan who runs out there.

  102. steeltroll says: Jan 17, 2016 12:04 PM

    If a Pats player punched Porter, James Harrison would end up in prison.

  103. jag1959 says: Jan 17, 2016 12:09 PM

    TeeHeeLOLatPatsHaters says:
    Jan 17, 2016 11:50 AM
    None of course as big as Joey Porter not getting flagged- or suspended- for being on the field running his mouth and keeping the Steelers in FG range. Now THAT was directly responsible for the outcome.🙂

    And to think he got a game ball for that too. Classless.
    —————————

    Porter did not get a game ball. The facts are damning enough without distorting them

  104. TeeHeeLOLatPatsHaters says: Jan 17, 2016 12:12 PM

    If a Pats player punched Porter, James Harrison would end up in prison.

    He probably would. He shouldn’t use his cane and walker as weapons.
    🙂

  105. pbrady89 says: Jan 17, 2016 12:13 PM

    somethinghappeninghere says:
    Jan 17, 2016 11:07 AM
    So how is this any different from the AFC in the 70s, when for the most part the QBs were Stabler, Bradshaw, and Griese? You know, great coaches (Shula, Noll, Madden), stable franchises (Pittsburgh, Oakland, Miami), and outstanding defenses (No Names, Steel Curtain, and the players on D in Oakland, what they were called)…

    Or, for that matter, the NFC in the 80s….

    Nothing to see here folks…the whole parity thing is just an illusion to keep up the fan bases or teams not named Patriots, Broncos, Steelers, etc.

    ———————————————–

    Its very hard to compare the Pre-Free Agency Era to the Post-Free Agency Era. The Steelers, Raiders, and Dolphins were all practically the same team for the entire 70’s. Brady, Manning, and Roethlisberger have had tons of Roster Turnover during their stretch

  106. the8man says: Jan 17, 2016 12:15 PM

    So what you are saying is, “Tom Brady is the most successful (best) of the most successful (best).”

    That being said, I think it foolish to ask to see either Big Ben or Manning next week. NE plays whomever they play wherever they play the game.

    Go Patriots!

  107. gr365 says: Jan 17, 2016 12:16 PM

    TeeHeeLOLatPatsHaters says:
    Jan 17, 2016 8:45 AM

    And soon Tom Brady, the undisputed GOAT by all intelligent football fans…will have represented the AFC in 2 of the last 2 Super Bowls.🙂
    ——————————————–
    The Pats make it back to the SB, Brady will have played in 50% of the SB since being drafted!

  108. steeltroll says: Jan 17, 2016 12:16 PM

    “TeeHeeLOLatPatsHaters says:
    Jan 17, 2016 12:12 PM
    If a Pats player punched Porter, James Harrison would end up in prison.

    He probably would. He shouldn’t use his cane and walker as weapons.
    :)”

    Since you love big strong men so much, I suggest you google one of his workout videos. You’ll be rubbing one out all over your Uggs in no time.

  109. steeltroll says: Jan 17, 2016 12:18 PM

    “pbrady89 says:
    Jan 17, 2016 12:13 PM
    somethinghappeninghere says:
    Jan 17, 2016 11:07 AM
    So how is this any different from the AFC in the 70s, when for the most part the QBs were Stabler, Bradshaw, and Griese? You know, great coaches (Shula, Noll, Madden), stable franchises (Pittsburgh, Oakland, Miami), and outstanding defenses (No Names, Steel Curtain, and the players on D in Oakland, what they were called)…

    Or, for that matter, the NFC in the 80s….

    Nothing to see here folks…the whole parity thing is just an illusion to keep up the fan bases or teams not named Patriots, Broncos, Steelers, etc.

    ———————————————–

    Its very hard to compare the Pre-Free Agency Era to the Post-Free Agency Era. The Steelers, Raiders, and Dolphins were all practically the same team for the entire 70’s. Brady, Manning, and Roethlisberger have had tons of Roster Turnover during their stretch”

    What the Pats FO has done in FA since drafting Brady is nothing short of remarkable.

  110. zigthepatsfan says: Jan 17, 2016 12:23 PM

    Don’t jinx it, neither AFC QB is a lock to finish today’s game. I hope they do, dont get me wrong, never like to see injuries but they’re both either hurt already(Ben) or allegedly just getting over an injury and feeling great (Peyton). And not exactly the 2 “cleanest” teams out there, I am expecting a lot of chipiness. Hope it’s a great game. As a Pats fan next week is going to be great no matter which team they play. Guess I’d rather have the home game but can’t actually root for either team today, I’ll just accept what happens.

    Good luck and lets hope it’s a great day of football. Not many of these left…

  111. TeeHeeLOLatPatsHaters says: Jan 17, 2016 12:24 PM

    Since you love big strong men so much, I suggest you google one of his workout videos. You’ll be rubbing one out all over your Uggs in no time.

    Projecting eh?🙂

    Don’t worry I won’t tell! Shhhhhh…..

  112. TeeHeeLOLatPatsHaters says: Jan 17, 2016 12:30 PM

    Porter did not get a game ball. The facts are damning enough without distorting them

    I know Tomlin denied it. Which he would do even if he did give him the game ball.

    Not buying it.

    #classless

  113. bchap17 says: Jan 17, 2016 12:38 PM

    TeeHeeLOLatPatsHaters says:
    Jan 17, 2016 11:53 AM

    Yes. Stats ARE a product of the rules.

    Which is why the only stat that matters now is WINS and RINGS. THAT can be compared across eras.
    ——————————————–
    Surely you understand that rules catering to QBs allows them to be more successful, not to mention elongating their careers.

  114. nhpats says: Jan 17, 2016 12:43 PM

    cincy85 says:
    Jan 17, 2016 9:30 AM
    Because it’s all rigged. May have had an Andy dalton on that list if not for the nfl and it’s officials.

    ———–
    Dalton is on a list. The list of QBs who have never won a playoff game. Congrats!

  115. TeeHeeLOLatPatsHaters says: Jan 17, 2016 12:58 PM

    Surely you understand that rules catering to QBs allows them to be more successful, not to mention elongating their careers

    For every win by a QB in the modern era, that’s a win over another team and QB playing by the very same rules catering to QBs.

    That’s why stats mean little and wins and rings mean everything.

    It ain’t rocket science….

  116. dhillca says: Jan 17, 2016 1:02 PM

    giantsfanlewis ….. Gimme a break

  117. fatsolio says: Jan 17, 2016 1:02 PM

    Shows what a joke the AFC is.

  118. Mo Pro Babble says: Jan 17, 2016 1:03 PM

    steeltroll says:
    Jan 17, 2016 12:04 PM
    If a Pats player punched Porter, James Harrison would end up in prison.

    And it would be just that this is so. It’s why the pats dumped merriweather. Jackholes like that belong not in football.

  119. dyims says: Jan 17, 2016 1:03 PM

    jcipwood showing his ignorance of how the NFL works again….ALL thirty two teams pay the loser’s (ala goodell) salary. You might want to do a little fact checking before you commit the age old error of making yourself a fool.

  120. Mo Pro Babble says: Jan 17, 2016 1:06 PM

    coltcountrysteelerfan says:
    Jan 17, 2016 11:20 AM
    …but there were at least 3 big missed calls that aided the Patriots victory yesterday…

    The Brady TD that was denied
    The hold on Edelman in the end zone
    The catch & fumble rules incomplete to keep the game close

    Were those the 3 you meant?

    How about offensive line holding on almost every play when Smith dropped back to pass? No flags there.

    Without ref help this would have been 40-9

  121. Mo Pro Babble says: Jan 17, 2016 1:11 PM

    fatsolio says:
    Jan 17, 2016 1:02 PM
    Shows what a joke the AFC is.

    Last I checked the AFC sent the NFC home with no Lombardi last year.

  122. TeeHeeLOLatPatsHaters says: Jan 17, 2016 1:16 PM

    jackholes like that belong not in football
    —-
    Grandpa Jimmy HGHarrison belongs in the old age home!🙂

  123. YouCryin?PatsMustBeDoingTheirJob says: Jan 17, 2016 1:21 PM

    jchipwood is a dolphin fan……enuf said

  124. patriotsticketssince1978 says: Jan 17, 2016 1:25 PM

    Considering how fragile two of the three are it seems anything but assured.

  125. friesandmilk says: Jan 17, 2016 1:33 PM

    This shows how great the AFC is. Manning, Brady, Roethlisberger. The AFC is the best conference, and one of these players will represent the conference. Parity has it’s pros and has it’s cons.

  126. philipdebin says: Jan 17, 2016 1:38 PM

    G*O*A*T*

  127. dexx57 says: Jan 17, 2016 1:49 PM

    why does the headline have ben’s first name but Brady and Manning’s last names? Pretty ridiculous how the media is on first name basis with fatso ben, I guess they forgot about his bathroom antics

  128. FoozieGrooler says: Jan 17, 2016 1:59 PM

    Too bad Brady and the Patriots felt the need to cheat in order to win. Kinda taints the accomplishments of the rest.

  129. castlelong1 says: Jan 17, 2016 2:01 PM

    Let’s talk of parity.🙂

  130. helmetcatch says: Jan 17, 2016 2:15 PM

    two of them are NOT cheaters.

  131. jchipwood says: Jan 17, 2016 2:19 PM

    dyims says:
    Jan 17, 2016 1:03 PM
    jcipwood showing his ignorance of how the NFL works again….ALL thirty two teams pay the loser’s (ala goodell) salary. You might want to do a little fact checking before you commit the age old error of making yourself a fool.
    ___________________________________
    Jerry Richardson, Arthur Blank, Robert Kraft are the leagues compensation committee. Who’s the fool? And by the way its aka…..not ala…..fool.

  132. tedy54 says: Jan 17, 2016 2:21 PM

    florioisaliar4hire says:
    Jan 17, 2016 9:00 AM

    If the Patriors win the Super Bowl then I am done watching the NFL. You allow a team to cheat, allow them to keep their fake trophies, change the rules to protect and benefit their QB, allow their team to cheat and continue to advance in the playoffss, and lie to fans.
    I have been a fan for over 40 years and I quit. Kraft and Goodell have ruined a fine sport.

    ________________________________________

    Does that mean also that you’ll stop commenting on sites like this? Awesome! Go Pats!

  133. dingusgenius says: Jan 17, 2016 2:38 PM

    “Jerry Richardson, Arthur Blank, Robert Kraft are the leagues compensation committee. Who’s the fool? And by the way its aka…..not ala…..fool.”

    You’re still the fool, chief. You’ve proven it about 1200 times on this website.

  134. plum54 says: Jan 17, 2016 2:41 PM

    Helmet catch: HGH Manning MUST be the one that is the cheater!
    Since Tom & Ben aren’t .

  135. zuzus petals says: Jan 17, 2016 2:48 PM

    ReligionIsForIdiots says:
    Jan 17, 2016 8:26 AM

    They’re good, but they’re not Russell Wilson good.

    ————
    How you enjoying that SEA/CAR game today buddy?

  136. YouCryin?PatsMustBeDoingTheirJob says: Jan 17, 2016 2:52 PM

    Like I said, the defending super bowl champions are going to their fifth straight AFC title game. That’s the TENTH in Brady’s career. So why are you so bitter……..oh, I see now.

  137. zigthepatsfan says: Jan 17, 2016 3:01 PM

    fatsolio says:
    Jan 17, 2016 1:02 PM
    Shows what a joke the AFC is.

    The AFC has won 8 of the 12 during the stretch in question.

    So I’d have to disagree with you

  138. sheppar says: Jan 17, 2016 3:08 PM

    The Patriots have surpassed the 49ers in most categories, just need the 5th ring.

    I love the cheater comments. Last I checked no astericks and people keep interviewing and hiring our scouts, personnel people, and coaches. When you cheat, its an anomily. You don’t cheat for 15 years. I get it, I loved the 49ers at the begginging of their run. They were a Cinderella story, the Dwight Clark’s catch. Then it got old. They even switched coaches and quarterbacks (Walsh-Montana to Seifert-Young) and kept rolling. The Patriots were Americas team after 911, but now they are the evil Empire. I bet Browns fans and Jets fans wish they were called the Evil Empire. Ever team in the league not in the playoffs wish they had Brady or Belichick. But they don’t, so they want the cheating to be real. No, they are that good and your quarterback and coach are that bad.

    Better hope that when Brady and Belichick are done that McDaniel and Garapolo don’t Star in Patriots Dynasty II, the Empire Strikes Back.

  139. nhpats says: Jan 17, 2016 3:18 PM

    FoozieGrooler says:
    Jan 17, 2016 1:59 PM
    Too bad Brady and the Patriots felt the need to cheat in order to win. Kinda taints the accomplishments of the rest.

    ———–
    Does believing that make you feel better about your team’s lack of success?

  140. jchipwood says: Jan 17, 2016 3:38 PM

    dingusgenius apparently your patriot buddies don’t know that. I saw a lot of thumbs up on dims comment so it just shows what patriot fans really know. Thats cute you stepping in to defend his foolish comment though.

  141. dexx57 says: Jan 17, 2016 3:50 PM

    At least Patriots coaches don’t trip and pull hair

  142. campcre3k says: Jan 17, 2016 4:25 PM

    Broncos fan but Brady is the GOAT #Respect

  143. lanman11 says: Jan 17, 2016 5:04 PM

    “Before that, the last other quarterback to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl was Rich Gannon, whose 2002 Raiders dethroned Brady’s 2001 Patriots as reigning AFC champions.”

    The Raider’s did not “dethrone” the Patriots. The Patriots lost a tie breaker to the Jets and failed to qualify for the playoffs that year, just Brady’s second as a starter. It is the only season Brady has played where he did not qualify for the playoffs. A side note is he has never had a record of .500 or less. He’s played 10 AFC Championship games in 13 seasons (he lost one season to injury and his first season, he was not a starter). So that’s 10 of 13 times he has been in a position to punch a ticket to the Super Bowl. He has done it 6 times in the past, and will now have a chance for his 7th Super Bowl in 14 years. It’s remarkable, and it’s why the NFL offices do what they do. There are too many owners out there that are angry that the age of parity has not given them something for nothing. The Patriots and Brady are a true American Success Story.

  144. dingusgenius says: Jan 17, 2016 5:33 PM

    “dingusgenius apparently your patriot buddies don’t know that. I saw a lot of thumbs up on dims comment so it just shows what patriot fans really know. Thats cute you stepping in to defend his foolish comment though.”

    lol, keep melting about the Patriots in every single article bub. The more you post the better the Dolphins will be next year.

  145. hurley711 says: Jan 17, 2016 6:11 PM

    norcal031 says:
    Jan 17, 2016 10:39 AM
    Just like the NBA either Jordan, Duncan, Kobe, Shaq, or LeBron have been in the finals since 1990.

    Which one of them played in the 94 and 95 finals?

  146. carpanfan95 says: Jan 17, 2016 8:19 PM

    Out with the old and enter Cameron Newton with the the Carolina Panthers. Last regular season game that faced Cam and Panthers Brady went running to the refs. 2003 was spy gate and 2014 deflate gate. 2013 sneak in back door and take a draft pick in RB Tyler Gaffeny who by the way is still on IR. Say how long does it take to heal from a form ACL.

    See there is always something fishy about the Patriots. See we seem Thomas Davis recover from 3 ACL’s and it makes me question if Belichick is hiding players on IR. Just look at the list.

    So like all NFL fans besides the Patriots we have reason to question all time greats.

  147. bostonloyalty says: Jan 18, 2016 7:27 AM

    Wow just wow, that’s one hell of a statistic!
    I slept so good Saturday night. Best birthday gift I could’ve gotten waking up Sunday a.m. I cannot believe patriots have another chance to get another 💍 For the SB50
    1down 🙏2more to go!!
    Though nervous about the next game. I can’t help but pinch myself for another year of opportunity
    1 More for the thumb 👍💍
    😘💍💍💍💍🙏🏆
    Put the haters to rest GOAT🐐 LETS GOOOOOO!!!!!
    BB + TB12 + New England Patriots =Goat

  148. TebowedOutOfThePostSeasonAndNeverToReturn says: Jan 18, 2016 1:22 PM

    “The only other quarterback to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl in the last 13 years was Joe Flacco, whose team topped Roethlisberger’s Steelers to win the AFC North in 2012, then beat Manning’s Broncos in the divisional playoffs and Brady’s Patriots in the AFC Championship Game.”

    Anyone know where I can get this framed?

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