Tom Brady: I can’t understand comparisons to 2007 yet

AP

The Patriots’ play through the first three weeks of the season has led some people to make comparisons to the run they went on during the 2007 season.

That year saw the Patriots hammer opponents on a regular basis, running up huge blowouts in what many linked to a response to the allegations that became known as Spygate on their way to an undefeated regular season and massive offensive numbers. Through three weeks of this season, which comes after Deflategate occupied a major place in their offseason, things don’t look so different.

They’ve scored 119 points, which is five more than the 2007 version managed, and quarterback Tom Brady has completed over 72 percent of his passes while throwing for 1,112 yards, nine touchdowns and no interceptions. That’s right in line with what he did in 2007, when he wound up throwing a then-NFL record 50 touchdowns, but Brady isn’t ready to draw any comparisons at this point.

“No, I can’t understand that one quite yet,” Brady said on the Dennis and Callahan Show on WEEI. “It’s like three games into the year. There’s so much football left. And there’s so many different things that can happen. Not even a quarter of the way through the season. It’s way too early to think about anything.”

Recent history says Brady’s right about drawing any conclusions. It was four weeks into last season that some were writing off the 2-2 Patriots after a bad loss to the Chiefs and their season turned out to have a better ending than they enjoyed in 2007. There won’t be any post-Week Four overreactions this year since the Patriots have a bye before returning to action against the Cowboys in Week Five.

126 responses to “Tom Brady: I can’t understand comparisons to 2007 yet

  1. Must be tearing up the haters inside. They waited all off season, hoping and praying Brady would have a bad game so they could say “see, he can’t play with regular inflated balls!” Too late, your time has passed.

  2. Nobody can mention the Pats or Brady without acknowledging they are proven cheaters. Mission accomplished. #forevertainted

  3. Brady. He’s better than your QB.

    The Pats. They’re better than your lousy team.

    Poor tiny minded Pats haters are gnawing their own extremities off at this point with the drool running down their faces providing lubrication.

  4. If Brady has like 28 TD’s and the Patriots are 8-0 in a dominant fashion that’s when I’d begin making 2007 comparisons. They’re certainly capable of reaching that level, but for the moment they’re 3-0, I wouldn’t start milking my pants just yet.

  5. he’s right, it’s not 2007. Giants have no shot.

    Green Bay, Denver, New England. One of them is your SB champ

  6. The remaining 13 teams owners and HC’s must be pissing themselves, they are sooooo screwed. I love it. Keep the conspiracy theories going, losers, just keep throwing logs on the fire. GAWD I can’t wait for Indy. Gonna need a CSI team to figure out what happened to the Colts after that game.

  7. That was also the year that Giants got off to a ghastly 0-2 start and fans like this know-nothing who said “Giants have no shot” then righted the ship against Washington.

  8. Even the haters have to get excited thinking about how awkward it would be if Goddell has to hand Brady or Belichick the Super Bowl 50 Trophy. It’s going to be epic.

  9. Surprising how the two teams Ravens and Colts that accused the Patriots of cheating by using underinflated footballs are sucking wind using correctly inflated footballs. And Tom Brady is just as good as always.

  10. genericnflfan says:
    Sep 28, 2015 12:11 PM
    he’s right, it’s not 2007. Giants have no shot.

    Green Bay, Denver, New England. One of them is your SB champ
    ======================================
    When was the last time Carson Palmer lost a game?

  11. When all the haters are dead and gone, history will remember Tom Brady as the Babe Ruth of the NFL. He will be known as a polarizing figure who became hated not for his poor sportsmanship or actions, but because he changed the balance of power in a league that was supposed to be immune from that. The irony is that as much as the haters would love to believe that Brady’s reputation will be tarnished, they are actually the ones who are shaping it to be known as the greatest player in pro football history.

  12. jasonculhane says:
    Sep 28, 2015 12:08 PM
    Offensively this version isn’t close. Yeah, ther scoring points but he’s not on pace for 50 tds. Manning had 11 after 3 games btw
    ————————–
    This Patriots team is far superior to that 2007 team. They just chucked it down the field to Moss then, when that was taken away in the Super bowl they struggled. They have a much more complete offense now. The defense was on the back 9 in 2007 also, now it’s been completely overhauled, much younger and much faster. They won’t be challenged this year until they play the Broncos.

  13. An asterisk ****** will be forever linked to the Patriots. Sorry, no way around it. The “bubble” that the Pat fans live in with their gushing praise of Brady and anything New England will not change the asterisk. By calling everyone “haters” is a simple crutch they use to get around the fact that they are known far and wide as cheaters.

  14. The offense might be putting up points like 2007, but the defense is giving up twice the points and an additional ~125 yards to the opposition. The scoreboard margin was almost 80 points in 2007 while the 2015 team is “only” around 39.

    This 2007 stuff needs to stop. That team was loaded with savvy veterans who knew how to play tough football in big spots (except against the Giants) and the defense was really really stingy.

    I love the Pats but they’ve already benched half the secondary that they signed to fill in for Revis and Browner. I’ll eat my hat if this 2015 team can do anything near that 2007 team. I think we’ve forgotten how truly dominant that team really was because of how things ended.

  15. Here’s a comparison you pompous dik, you got busted for cheating that year and u got busted for cheating this year too

  16. Wait, What? Didn’t they lose the Super Bowl to the Giants??? Wasn’t that the year that set them back 5 or 7 years to get back to the Super Bowl?? We can only hope it’s the same type of year!

  17. I hate Belichick’s smug attitude. But I cannot deny that he and Tom Brady are a serious force to be reckoned with.

    Ravens fan.

  18. In 2007 the Patriots were figured out by November 25th. The Patriots won out the regular season, but they were nowhere near as dominant after that and it carried into the playoffs. They could have won it all anyway, but they didn’t.

    In comparing those teams, I would say that defense was better for sure, but this team is way more tough. Edelman and Gronk are way more physical than Moss and Welker. It’s way less finesse to me.

    I think this offense can win against a great defense and their challenge will be more if they can slow down a great offense.

    Might not find out how much mettle this team has until the playoffs given the slate of opponents isn’t super strong based on how teams look right now.

  19. The pats are way more like the 2010 team than they are to the 2007 team. The 2010 team would put long 15 play drives together and they’d just smother you. The 07 team would score on 3 play drives and was much more explosive.

  20. Actually, the pats have the potential to be a MUCH better team than the 2007 one.

    Yes, they don’t have moss, but this years version of the offense has so many more weapons (and we are not even talking about the 1,000 yard receiver LaFell who is coming back in the middle of the season)

    And I will take this version defense over the 2007 one in a heartbeat. Neither team’s secondary was particularly special but this year’s version of its front 7 is truly elite. The 2007 version had some special players but this one is extremely young and athletic and they are getting better every game.

    So, yes brady is saying all the right things but we all know the truth and that is it doesn’t look very good for the pat hating trolls, no they are going to continue having a pretty miserable year.

  21. stealthjunk says:
    Sep 28, 2015 12:25 PM
    They really sent a message to the league by kicking the lowly, lifeless Jaguars. As if we didn’t already know the organization was classless…
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    We could be like the Colts and think we’re the second coming because we barely beat the Titans….but that wouldn’t be us!!!!

  22. Behold the majesty of the great Bill Belichick and the greatest of the greats, Tom Brady. They lead the dynasty by which all dynasties will someday be judged. Another near flawless game by our 38 year old QB and leader. One who cannot be slowed by and NFL defense nor King Roger and his legion of petty bullies.

    The hater’s tears are extra sweet on this fine New England morning.

    We are on to Dallas.

    Thus endeth the lesson.

  23. Media tends to overhype and blow up all situations it’s all media sports or society for that matter. They make money off drawing audience. It is ridiculous to score that many so far but it’s 3 games calm the hell down

  24. As Brady said, it’s week 3 people, WEEK THREE, as in less than 20% of the regular season has been played at this point. Hold off on this kind of talk at least until we hit November.

  25. Brady may be a cheater but he’s not stupid, even he realizes its only 3 games.
    Now all he has to do is convey that info to the bean town idiots who think next week is the super bowl

  26. I will never forgive the Colts org, the NFL, the Ravens org, and however else created the Deflagate mess just in time for the SuperBowl. NO team should have to go through that mess in the 2 weeks that are supposed to be used for preparation for the Big Game.
    Will NOT be forgotten, EVER, by Pats Nation.

  27. billswillnevermove says:
    Sep 28, 2015 12:22 PM
    Nobody cares what this cheater has to say except delusional Patriot fans that deny the truth when it’s staring right in their faces.
    __________

    The glory days of the Bills are when they went to four straight Superbowls and lost every. single. one.

  28. .
    As Bruce Ariens correctly stated, ” when they’re patting you on the back, they’re only looking for a soft spot to stick their knife.”

    Since the Patriots have a bye week upcoming, they won’t even win the meaningless ” September Bowl.
    .

  29. You’re missing something if you watch Brady run an offense through hate filled eyes. It really is a beautiful thing. Most teams dream of being as efficient once or twice a season. He does it 13-14 times a year.

  30. I wish the 2007 comparisons would stop… This is a different time … A different team… and there is s long way to go…

    Desides… I hate how that season ended… It was a brutal loss…

  31. A little early to tell but so far so good. They aren’t stretching the field like 2007, but that might change once they get some injuries back.

    Want Dobson to succeed but he still hasn’t shown me much yet.

    Maybe KT will get promoted eventually and do something like when he made Rob Ryan throw up… who knows.

  32. Tom Brady, sixth rounder, is out there throwing to Julian Edelman, 7th rounder and converted QB, and people are whining about running up the score and cheating. So funny. Change the rules and run crying to the league office every time they blow your assortment of cap violating, PED abusing first rounders off the field, it won’t matter. In the end they all kiss the rings.

  33. “jasonculhane says:
    Sep 28, 2015 12:08 PM
    Offensively this version isn’t close. Yeah, ther scoring points but he’s not on pace for 50 tds. Manning had 11 after 3 games btw”


    He’s on pace for 48. I’d call that extremely close.

  34. rjpats says:
    Sep 28, 2015 12:17 PM
    I think it’s funny that people used to debate Brady or manning
    ______________________

    A natural experiment since both Brady and Manning unexpectedly missed a season but the rest of their organizations remained intact:
    Colts without Manning 2 – 14
    Patriots without Brady: 11 – 5

  35. Not to take away anything from Brady, but I honestly think you could put any quarterback in there, and NE would be as successful as they have been over the past 14 years. Again, not trying to take anything away from Brady. Brady has done it. But I think BB is just that great of a coach. I have gone from hating this guy, to respecting, to hating again, only to wind back respecting. He get’s the most out of his players more than any other coach. Maybe they are cheating, maybe they aren’t. But until we prove otherwise, I think we have to go with BB is probably one of, if not the greatest coach in NFL History. —- This from Dolphins fan.

  36. Every team has it’s flaws, and it’s a long season… That being said looking at the Pats schedule, I think they look like the better team every week… Hope to see the Pack vs. Pats in the SB.

  37. Brady’s numbers since “deflated cheat balls” removed from AFC Championship game: 1500 yards, 15tds , 2 picks. winning while humiliating lord Roger in the process, such a coward that he didn’t even have the heart to go to their opening game. Not a Pats fan but love it.

  38. ggreen657 says:
    Sep 28, 2015 12:18 PM

    ….
    The irony is that as much as the haters would love to believe that Brady’s reputation will be tarnished, they are actually the ones who are shaping it to be known as the greatest player in pro football history.

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    That’s brilliant, I never thought of it that way but the legion of science denying, hate crazed crybabies from the nfl ownership through to the most futile forum posters is likely to become known as the greatest proof of Brady’s immortal greatness.

  39. Tom is correct! Long before they can go 18-1 again they have to face the BEST QB in the NFL who will again beat the mighty Brady.

    He will get another chance at him in the Super Bowl but again Eli the Great will send him home without the Lombardi. Instead of deflating footballs he should deflate the tires in Eli’s car so he can’t get to the game.

  40. No respect for the Patriots . Whether they are cheating in some form or fashion now, doesn’t matter, They will always have an asterisk by their SB Wins and any other wins for that matter in my opinion.

  41. Did someone really compare the 07 Pats and 13 Broncos? I guess that means one more Brady vs Manning debate for today.

    Peyton padded his stats to have more TDs but anyone who thinks that offense was better is nuts.

    2007 Pats
    Harder schedule, lost by 3 in the super bowl after the best play in Superbowl history. Offense walked off the field with the lead to only get the ball back with less than 40 seconds to try and win.

    2013 Broncos
    Easier schedule, blown out 43-8 in Superbowl. Offense walked off field after first play and never got back into it.

    Yes The pats ran the score up to but at least they were handing the ball off or letting backups throw tds. Not calling an audible when up 30 to add to their TD count like Peyton.

    All time: Peytons top 10, Bradys top 2.

  42. he’s right, it’s not 2007. Giants have no shot

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    The Giants is the type of team that, if hot at the right moment, is unbeatable

  43. slyall41 says:Sep 28, 2015 1:15 PM

    People do know there isn’t an asterisk in the record book for anything related to the patriots right?
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    No, but there will be.

  44. DEFLATIO says:
    Sep 28, 2015 12:35 PM
    Cheater shouldn’t even be playing but judge berman wears patriots underwear.
    ===================================
    …and how would you know?

  45. You know… Cardinals scored more points AND allowed less points in 3 weeks (against weaker opponents, most likely, but still) and no one is saying that of them.

  46. This is your creation, haters.

    False information, failed sting operations, court cases where the prosecution admits they have no evidence and still you all blindly continue to believe that the Patriot’s success is somehow only due to cheating.

    You could have left well enough alone. The Pats just won their 4th Superbowl. They might have rested on their laurels this year. Nothing more to prove.

    But no, you had to keep making accusations and as a result, the Patriots are playing angry this season.

    So as they crush your mediocre teams underfoot, just remember…

    You created this!

  47. jvonblohnjvb0013 says:
    Sep 28, 2015 12:48 PM

    “Not to take away anything from Brady, but I honestly think you could put any quarterback in there, and NE would be as successful as they have been over the past 14 years… ”

    ————–

    I disagree. If you have watched Brady at all in recent years you’d know that he can read a defense better than almost every other QB in the league. That is a huge advantage, and a big reason to why the Patriots offensive has been so productive.

    Yes, the “system” is important too, but with a less savvy QB in place that us unable to ad-lib at the line, you just end up running whatever was called in the huddle, often right into the strengths of the defense.

  48. I’m a Giants fan, and even I admit that Patriots team in 2007 was far and away the best team in football. But the best team doesn’t always win in the NFL. Sometimes the tougher team on that day does. Fortunately, we were the tougher team that night.

  49. jvonblohnjvb0013 says:
    Sep 28, 2015 12:48 PM

    Not to take away anything from Brady, but I honestly think you could put any quarterback in there, and NE would be as successful as they have been over the past 14 years. Again, not trying to take anything away from Brady. Brady has done it. But I think BB is just that great of a coach. I have gone from hating this guy, to respecting, to hating again, only to wind back respecting. He get’s the most out of his players more than any other coach. Maybe they are cheating, maybe they aren’t. But until we prove otherwise, I think we have to go with BB is probably one of, if not the greatest coach in NFL History. —- This from Dolphins fan.

    ——————–

    Hard to explain his lack of success without Brady though. In Cleveland and in NE before Brady started BB wasn’t great.

    I think it’s a combination of the two of them. Neither would be close to as successful without the other.

  50. “I’m a Giants fan, and even I admit that Patriots team in 2007 was far and away the best team in football. But the best team doesn’t always win in the NFL. ”

    The Giants had a great game plan, played their rear ends off and had a bit of luck in the once in a hundred lifetimes catch by Tyree.

    The defensive part of the game plan especially was excellent. I have no problem giving credit where credit is due.

  51. Wisconsin77 says:
    Sep 28, 2015 1:53 PM
    Congrats on beating the Jags at home.


    And congrats for beating the Bills on the road
    And congrats for beating the steelers at home

    3 games played 3 wins, I’ll take it.

  52. Indy will be more than ready for Tommy the cheater. Can’t wait to see them get pounded by Watt and Clowney too. Notice I didn’t say anything about winning. It’s about Tommy getting his comeuppance.

  53. That’s just Brady. Like Belichick, he likes to compartmentalize. And when you do that, you don’t like to have too many compartments to deal with at one time. So they think ahead one game at a time. But they have scouts and others like Ernie Adams that are preparing three or four games ahead. It’s a pretty good system really. One that every other team would love to be able to duplicate. Unfortunately, they aren’t willing to put in the work it takes. So for now, Belichick and Brady are in the lead. Kinda of like Secretariat, its a big lead, an enduring lead that will be difficult to come close too until we start cloning athletes.
    Whether they go 19-0, I’m not sure. But it will be a hell of a season.

  54. The 07 Pats team would beat the 15 Pats by 20. Better offense, better supporting cast, arguably best WR in NFL history, better OL and the 07 defense was ranked second in the league (despite many delusional Pats fans trying to portray it as some anchor that weighed down the team all season).

  55. Wow. Reading these comments tells me that it’s going to be a really long and hard year for the haters….

    BTW Haters, where are all those interceptions we were going to see this season?

  56. “opps–lol—how could I get that wrong….18-1 for-ev-AH”

    Yeah you can get away with that since you’re a Giants fan.

    For anybody else to act like 18-1 is some sort of horrible bad thing I have to laugh at them.

    The Pats gave their fans incredible entertainment that year. Sure it would have been nice to win the SB but the Pats didn’t choke it away in embarrassing fashion like Denver did a couple years ago, they were in it right up to the end.

    And only one team can with the SB each year, for most fans its about the entertainment we get from he games. The Pats did an incredible job entertaining us in 2007, and for fans whose teams haven’t even been to the playoffs in 10 or 15 years we all know you’d take 18-1 and do cartwheels to have a team that good to follow.

  57. It looks like another AFC East championship has been decided now that the Bills, Dolphins, and Jets backed off of the ridiculous crowing about how retooled and great they all were this offseason.

    The only guessing game is, how many games will the Patriots win it by, and will we get a first round bye in the playoffs?

    Feeling really spoiled up here.

  58. What matters is the APPEARANCE of impropriety.

    You can beat teams 57-0, maybe even legitimately, but we are always going to wonder how the Patriots are cheating. Even if you aren’t, we are going to assume you are.

  59. This comparison makes no sense. They’ll go 12-4 at best and lose in the playoffs.

    Who have they played this year? Steelers, Bills, and Jags..the only close game was the Steelers, in which they cheated and didn’t let the headsets work.

    WRs are garbage, RBs are garbage, and the D is garbage too.

    Take the Colts on a 2 game parlay with the moneyline and the over in 2 weeks and get yourself a nice payout.

  60. jrvasan says:
    Sep 28, 2015 3:12 PM
    …..
    WRs are garbage, RBs are garbage, and the D is garbage too.

    Come on man, the Colts are not that bad.

    And it is just the 3rd week of the season, plenty of time for the Colts and all teams to get better or worse as the case may be.

  61. ninjapleazee says:
    Sep 28, 2015 12:54 PM
    Zero respect for cheaters and liars.
    ***********************************************
    100% correct but nothing we can do as fans about Goodell and his staff but pray…… & remember vengeance is best served cold.

  62. LOL at the fools that think Brady is cheating. Try watching a game. Try watching his play on the field. This is the most talented QB to ever play the game, and your teams lose to them constantly, so all you can do is cry “Cheater!”

    Oh, and btw, it was never, not once, proven that footballs had air let out of them. Not once. Learn your 5th grade science.

  63. “justintuckrule says:
    Sep 28, 2015 2:52 PM
    The 07 Pats team would beat the 15 Pats by 20. Better offense, better supporting cast, arguably best WR in NFL history, better OL and the 07 defense was ranked second in the league (despite many delusional Pats fans trying to portray it as some anchor that weighed down the team all season).”


    Its you who are misrembering. The Pats D was 20th in the NFL in yards allowed in 2007 and 15th in PPG. Stop making stuff up.

  64. Green Bay, Denver, New England. One of them is your SB champ
    —————————————–
    Won’t be Denver, Manning won’t make the whole season & we already know what he does in the post season. Then again, if he does get injured in the last game of the regular season and Brock comes in for the post-season they might just have a chance.

  65. DEFLATIO says:
    Sep 28, 2015 12:35 PM
    Cheater shouldn’t even be playing but judge berman wears patriots underwear.

    —————————————————————

    Berman was born and brought up in New York and did all his education in New York state.
    If anything, he is either a Jets or Giants fan.

  66. I hate Belichick’s smug attitude.

    After the Buffalo game he said the players were good enough to overcome some inept coaching.

    He’s hardly smug and arrogant, people tend to just see and hear what reinforces their predetermined beliefs about him.

  67. The 2007 Patriots finished with the 4th-ranked defense in the league–4th in scoring and 4th in yards. Through the first three weeks of the season they outscored their opponents 114-35.

    This season, so far, they’ve outscored opponents 119-70 and rank 17th in scoring defense. Hell, they’re 3rd in the AFC East in scoring defense.

    I happen to like this offense better than the 2007 version. Belichick himself, leading up to the Super Bowl in 2008, worried that an opposing defense would take away Moss deep and Welker short and that would be that. And he was right. This year’s O is much more flexible and adaptable. That shredding of the Legion of Boom last February was no fluke. But until this defense gels–and I’m inclined to think they’re going to improve mightily as this season wears on, barring injury–the comparisons with 2007 are specious at best.

  68. rjpats says:
    Sep 28, 2015 12:38 PM

    billswillnevermove says:
    Sep 28, 2015 12:22 PM
    Nobody cares what this cheater has to say except delusional Patriot fans that deny the truth when it’s staring right in their faces.
    __________

    The glory days of the Bills are when they went to four straight Superbowls and lost every. single. one.

    ___

    This is true! And on top of that, those Bills teams weren’t even very good. They played in a crappy AFC where the next best teams were the Chiefs with a 100 yr old gimpy Montana, The Oilers (nuff said), the Raiders with Jay Schroeder at QB, and Miami with Marino (no running game or defense). They got punked every year by the NFC east

  69. flash1287 says:
    Sep 28, 2015 2:06 PM
    And congrats for beating the Bills on the road
    And congrats for beating the steelers at home
    3 games played 3 wins, I’ll take it.

    wow, why so defensive. Are you hiding some cheating? Destroy any evidence lately?

  70. The Patriots never cheated.
    But whoever came up with their schedule is a cheater, the only team that can give them a game is Denver. That one will be close but the rest is Scorched Earth!

  71. vancouversportsbro says:
    Is he talking about the 18-1 team who were the biggest chokers of all time?
    _____________________

    I doubt it since the greatest chokers of all time were probably either the ’04 Yankees or the ’11 Canucks.

    As a Giants guy it really ticks me off how their best defensive game since SB XXV gets casually tossed aside as either the Pats choked or dismissed because of Tyree’s catch. Yes, that was a 1 in a 1,000 catch by Tyree but what everyone seems to forget is Eli escaped the grasp of 3 separate NE defenders in order to throw it. It was also not a scoring play, the winning touchdown came when Eli realized Hobbs was isolated on Burress with no help because NE was sending 6 and went to him for the perfectly thrown TD pass. I would be as duplicitous as you haters if I failed to mention that with 35 seconds on the clock after the TD I think even most Giants fans thought NE would find a way to at least tie if not win the game. It was that exciting…and excruciating.

    Until this past year the last minute of that game was was arguably as tense as any in SB history. If you actually knew anything about football you would know that.
    No doubt you are one of the nouveau 12’s that real ‘Hawks fans despise. It would not surprise me to know your hate stems from the beating the Bruins laid on the Sedin sisters and the rest of ladies that comprised that wussy ’11 Canucks team and have had a seething hatred for all things Boston since. Just keep in mind when you diss that 16-0 team that finished 18-1, they were the only team ever to go 16-0 and it took a great game plan well executed by a team that was playing out of their minds to keep it from being 19-0.

  72. vancouversportsbro says:
    Sep 28, 2015 3:05 PM

    Is he talking about the 18-1 team who were the biggest chokers of all time?
    ================================

    nah, he must mean the canucks team who choked in the 7th game of the SC at home against the BIG, BAD BOSTON BRUINS, leaving their fans to take their frustrations out on their own city

  73. RESPECT!

    Former Redskins defensive lineman Dexter Manley is doing a media tour to promote his upcoming “A Football Life” episode on NFL Network.

    In a Washington, D.C., radio interview Thursday, Manley talked like a man desperate for publicity. He launched into an attack on Patriots quarterback Tom Brady during which he called Brady “garbage” and said he’s “in the toilet.”

  74. ninjapleazee says:
    Sep 28, 2015 12:54 PM
    Zero respect for cheaters and liars.

    Who said Pats or their fans asked for or need your respect?

    The 4 Lomabardis in the Pats HOF are all this fan needs.

    You should go there some day.

  75. quizzclinic – you’re deflating stats like Brady deflating balls.

    pro reference has Pats ranked 4th in defense overall, 6th against the run and 10th vs the pass.

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