Tom Brady is an Aaron Rodgers fanboy

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Tom Brady is like a lot of NFL fans: He loves watching Aaron Rodgers play football.

Brady’s Patriots and Rodgers’ Packers are one win away from meeting in the Super Bowl, and Brady said that for him, a Rodgers game is appointment television.

“I think he does things that no one in the league has ever done, or can do, just because of his physical ability,” Brady said on WEEI. “Some of the plays he makes are just — they’re just phenomenal. Not just the throws but the scrambles.”

Brady said he makes a point of watching the Packers, even if they’re on late and he has an early practice the next day.

“Everything really looks effortless with him, which is probably the amazing part. He’s definitely working hard, but he’s making hard look easy. It’s a very effortless style he plays with. The velocity of the ball, the placement of the ball, he’s just an incredible player. He works very hard at it, he’s a very talented player, and he’s just having an incredible season. It’s fun to watch him play I always love watching him play. Whenever he’s on, I usually stay up and watch.”

Brady may get to see Rodgers from the sideline in three weeks. A Brady vs. Rodgers Super Bowl would surely be a great game to stay up and watch.

169 responses to “Tom Brady is an Aaron Rodgers fanboy

  1. .
    “Everything really looks effortless with him.”

    True that. He leads the league in poise.
    .

  2. Greatness recognizes greatness. Respect is earned and Rodgers certainly deserves it. That being said Brady is the GOAT which isn’t even up for debate.

  3. “I think he does things that no one in the league has ever done, or can do, just because of his physical ability,”
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    I’m a Pats fan, but hard to disagree after seeing that final throw on Sunday. Righty rolling left throwing a 30 yard dart on the run that is basically on the sideline – that is as close to an indefensible throw as it gets.

  4. No Brady is classy and respectful of the other players in the NFL……He sets a great example for others to follow, despite being trashed in the media by the so called ” experts”….I say a expert is someone thats played for 16 seasons, starting 15 of them and being in the AFC Title game 1o times….Whos better qualified??? Case closed…….

  5. Yeah and so is everyone else . Can’t wait for the Falcons to stop this scenario from happening…..

    “Brady may get to see Rodgers from the sideline in three weeks. A Brady vs. Rodgers Super Bowl would surely be a great game to stay up and watch”

  6. I’ll never understand the hatred individuals have toward the Undisputed GOAT……..

    The soon to be 5X Superbowl Champion Tom “Terrific” Brady stays humble, unassuming and complimentary toward all who would aspire to His greatness……

    I could learn a thing or two from Him.

  7. Good to see that Brady appreciates other good players. Rodgers and Brady have different skills so I could see him wanting to see a QB with a cannon for an arm who is elusive and smart.

  8. Even though I want to see the Pats lose this week, you have to admit Rodgers – Brady super bowl would be incredible. It’s essentially Brady vs Brady 7 years ago. The best vs the best. One in the twilight of his career and the other in his prime.

  9. To NE and GB:
    Cherish your QBs and your luck.
    Having generational brilliance playing for your team is so much about luck..
    Enjoy the wonderful ride while it lasts. It may never happen again for you.
    Trust me, we know…
    Bills fan.

  10. Greatness respects greatness.

    Next time you hear someone whining about the person that beat them view it more as a reflection of the loser than the winner.

  11. The Packers are one of my least liked teams in all sports, however Aaron Rodgers is amazing to watch even while he rips up my favorite team.

  12. Brady and Rodgers also make the players around them better. Manning, Flacco, Fat Ben, Red Rocket, etc, all need all star casts to be successful.

  13. Packers fan with a lot of respect for Brady and the Patriots’ accomplishments.

    Brady might be the GOAT with all his rings, but Rodgers is the most physically talented QB I’ve ever seen. There isn’t a throw or read that Brady can make that Rodgers can’t, but there are plenty of things Rodgers can do that Brady never could. His ability to extend plays and deliver the football with pinpoint accuracy on the run and from any platform… just wow. We’re witnessing greatness.

  14. Shame that the league smeared and suspended one QB for being innocent and classy but uber-successful, while doing nothing to the other QB for admitting to just such a long-running ball-inflation scheme.

    Rodgers is on a hot streak right now, with presumably regulation balls, but if he had properly been banned for 4 games the Pack would have missed the playoffs. But he’d have to keep that streak going for another decade into his mid-late 40s to match all of Brady’s records.

  15. Rogers looks more like Favre all the time with the way he throws the ball without planting his feet.

  16. Ranking these two depends on whether you prefer a guy with all the talent in the world who has done a decent job with it, or a guy with more modest talent who works like a dog and beats people through sheer willpower and competitive drive. Like most red blooded Americans, I’m on Team Brady.

  17. flakeybiscuits says:
    Jan 17, 2017 8:35 AM
    Even though I want to see the Pats lose this week, you have to admit Rodgers – Brady super bowl would be incredible. It’s essentially Brady vs Brady 7 years ago. The best vs the best. One in the twilight of his career and the other in his prime.
    ——-
    I’m guessing that most QBs, Rodgers included, hope to be performing like Brady, an MVP candidate in only 12 games, at the “twilight” of their careers. He’s definitely closer to the end, no one will deny that, but he’s doing ‘ok’ for a 39 yr old I’d say.

    Rodgers is pretty classy and respectful too so I’m sure you will hear a nice response

  18. I was OK losing to Green Bay in 2014. It was a hell of a game. My wife being a Chicago native was more pissed than I was.

    Two of the very best. People take these losses harder than they should. Seeing tom Aaron Matt and Ben as the final 4 is as good as it gets in terms of QB play. Whoever represents each conference, their fans and ALL NFL fans are in for a treat. Unless it’s my Patriots. I’m waiting for something erroneous to come out of Park Avenue.

  19. Rodgers has the highest career regular season QB rating in history and 4th highest career playoff QB rating. Brady is 15th. Brady’s had the best career of any QB in history but he’s also the only one to play for the best coach and owner of our generation until he’s 40. If Rodgers had the same opportunity he’d easily have matched Brady’s playoff success.

  20. Brady is great but this “undisputed GOAT” crap is a great example of why the rest of the country hates the Pats. It’s mostly because of the obnoxious fans. Brady is in the conversation, but even if he wins another SB he’s still only in the conversation. I mean, you could argue that he’s had tremendous luck being in the same system for 15 years with the same HC (who you also like to say is the GOAT) for 15 years. That’s an incredible advantage over someone like Peyton Manning. Manning managed to win 2 SBs with like 5-6 different head coaches & 2 different teams. Brady had an elite defense for every one of his SB wins. I do think Brady is an excellent QB but if he were drafted by the Browns he would’ve been out of the league by now.

  21. On a career level, Brady is superior. This year Rodgers is superior. Both will retire Top 5 to ever play the game.

    As a Patriots fan, I miss Manning in this league. He was fun to tease and I loved when we were able to beat them but the league is worse off without him. When Brady(39), Brees(38), Rothlisberger(34) & Rodgers(33) join him, we’re in for a serious decline in this league.

    I can only hope the likes of Carr, Wilson, Mariotta, Winston can get to the top tier of Elite status because all the guys we thought would carry the torch have since failed(Luck, RG3, Romo, Stafford, Cutler).

    Worse thing for this league would be to look up and see a pile of Joe Flaccos in 8 years. Bunch of guys around 9-10 wins. 25 TDs, 15-20 picks, might win the game for you, might lose the game for you. Hope that’s not the parity you want…..

  22. flakeybiscuits says:
    Jan 17, 2017 8:35 AM

    Even though I want to see the Pats lose this week, you have to admit Rodgers – Brady super bowl would be incredible. It’s essentially Brady vs Brady 7 years ago. The best vs the best. One in the twilight of his career and the other in his prime.
    ============

    Completely different QB’s. Rodgers is more mobile and throws better on the run ….

  23. I think Brady is a great QB. to call him the GOAT is beyond rediculous. I get he’s won 4 SB’s, BUT a guy that can only play well when he has a clea pocket can never be called the GOAT.

    Same goes for Peyton. Move Peyton and Brady off their spot and they are average QB’s.

    Just imagine how GOAT-ish Brady would be without a running game, constant pressure in the pocket and an average defense. Brady has been the recipient of being on the best coached teams in the history of this league.

    The real GOAT is Bill Belicheck (who has now gone 14-5 without Brady at QB). It’s his world, Brady was just allowed to have some nuts.

  24. What a Super Bowl that would be. 20 years ago, we had Bledsoe/Favre and now we may get to see Brady/Rodgers.

    It would go down to the wire.

  25. Rodgers is an overrated QB with the entire media as his fanboy. His receivers bailed him out against the Cowboys and Dak went toe-to-toe with him. If he’s the best, Dak is going to have one hell of a career.

  26. The match-up Sunday with Ryan and Rogers will be entertaining. Maybe the Brady-Rogers lovefest can happen next year. It won’t be this year.

  27. “matiberio says:Jan 17, 2017 8:28 AM

    As a Pats fan, I’ll say, Rodgers is the only QB in the league I’d swap for Brady”

    Well, you obviously forgot Sam Bradford!

  28. I’m grateful for Brady but he’s like Montana compared to Rodgers’ Elway.
    Rodgers does things no one else can and Brady knows it even better than we do.

  29. Rodgers is awesome, but he needs a few more rings to even be in the conversation with the GOAT..

  30. Every fan should appreciate being able to watch both these guys play. It may be a long long time until there are again 2 QBs as good as Brady and Rodgers.

    You can debate all you want about which is “better”, but both are fantastic and a joy to watch.

  31. Of course it’s debatable, otherwise Brady fans would have something besides team wins to support their argument. I often wonder if Brady supporters even watched his Super Bowls. The first 3 he was mostly a good game manager, he choked twice against the Giants and only beat the Seahawks because of the worst play call of all time. Montana and Rodgers actually carried their teams to Super Bowl victories.

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    Brady is the GOAT which isn’t even up for debate

  32. Brady pretty much always says the right thing. A great role model that stays above the fray( amazingly with all the unjustified mud that gets slung at him).

  33. Brady’s football wisdom and recall translates to recognizing every defense and making appropriate adjustments and reads. His uncanny poise and pocket presence buy him enough time to make most throws; in the short-to-intermediate area he has few peers. He is without question the most accomplished quarterback since the merger. That being said he is vulnerable/rattled by effective pressure up the middle – hence the Pat’s effort to get rid of the ball in ~2 seconds in recent years – and his limited mobility (akin to a hobbled water buffalo) doesn’t allow him to escape breakdowns in protection.

    By comparison, when at his best Rodgers has no weaknesses. Consider what he just did on the road against the #1 seed and 5th best defense (PPG) without Jordy Nelson and a serious rushing attack. He’s every bit the leader/motivator that Brady is combined with the physical gifts of Elway/Steve Young while lacking a supporting cast comparable to any of them. IMO he’s the 2016 MVP and the most gifted QB to ever play the game.

    -Pats fan

  34. Not a fan of either team, but I think it’s awesome to be living in a time period where we have some of the best QBs ever playing. Peyton has retired, but we still have Rodgers and Brady.

    To me, there is no true #1. All three are “the best” to me. Each one is better than the other in some way. Fantastic to have been able to watch them all during my lifetime. It’ll be a sad day when Brady hangs his helmet for the last time.

    Rodgers, Brady, Peyton. Wow.

  35. Rodgers throws the ball better than any quarterback I have ever seen. And the scramble ability combined with the arm is amazing. At his best he is probably the best to ever play.

    That said, he’s no where near as mentally tough as Tom Brady. Rodgers blows about 2 or 3 games a year that takes him out of a seed and puts the team in jeopardy of missing the playoffs. He’s not consistent. Hence his 1 Super Bowl appearance to Brady’s 6.

    And it’s not just the team around him. Rodgers had a great team in 2011 and they choked it away. The Patriots and Green Bay should have met that year.

  36. I’ll never understand the hatred individuals have toward the Undisputed GOAT……..

    The soon to be 5X Superbowl Champion Tom “Terrific” Brady stays humble, unassuming and complimentary toward all who would aspire to His greatness……

    I could learn a thing or two from Him.

    38 28

    Brady is a classy guy, but his fans are why he is hated. If they acted like him they could be Americas team…..but we know sheep are hard to train.

  37. Wait until he gets a front row seat to watch Ben shred his D. He’ll be a Big Ben fanboy then.

    And let’s slow the roll on the a-rodg nonsense – go watch some tape of his mid-season performances.

  38. Rodgers is lucky he got a borderline Pass interference call on that last HORRIBLE, chuck it up, intereception. He should be sitting at home this week

  39. matiberio says:
    Jan 17, 2017 8:28 AM
    As a Pats fan, I’ll say, Rodgers is the only QB in the league I’d swap for Brady.

    ————-

    Because of how he is playing now… how about how he played at the start of this year?

    Brady is a winning machine. Rodgers not so much. Now Rodgers has to go on the road to ATL against a good team to make the Super Bowl. It won’t be easy. If he won a few more games in the regular season he would have a home game.

  40. Rodgers is the best right now, today, at this moment.

    If he plays 16+ years and accumulates the records Brady now holds, he’ll be the best of all time.

    That’s how it works.

  41. I think it would be the best game of the season regardless of who wins. Rogers can do things that Brady can’t and vice versa. But neither of them will give up if there is less than one score separating them and one second left on the clock. And not only will they not give up, they will both absolutely expect to win.
    So if it’s the Patriots vs the Packers, I expect it to be a full 60 minute or longer Superbowl. And what a wonderful way of sticking it to Goodell and all his glutoness owners; the most despised but admired team playing the team without an owner in any of Goodell’s cabals. Perfect justice, especially with a Patriot win forcing Goodell to say something uplifting about Brady.
    And finally, it won’t be lost on anyone that such a match up would include two of the few remaining teams that still play a high percentage of their late season games with “league-approved-and-verified naturally deflated footballs.” What justice.

  42. If you ever have a chance to see Rodgers live take it. His game is phenomenal. The darts he throws with such precision is unreal. Not to mention how he extends plays then drops a 40yd pass with what looks like little effort. I have never seen anything like it. GB is dang lucky to have him

  43. Rodgers is amazing, but Tom has the wins and is still the GOAT. The facts are what they are. Rodgers is having a fantastic year, and is the best QB in the league this year, but I’m still a lifelong Brady fan and one extraordinary Rodgers season isn’t going to change that. Is Rodgers better than Tom THIS YEAR? Rodgers is better than ANYONE is or ever has been this year, and more power to him, but GOAT? Tom still has earned that title. It will be interesting to see how Rodgers does against Matt Ryan and the birds this weekend. As a Pats fan from North Carolina and former Atlanta resident, I’ll be pulling for the Falcons. Still have family there, and frankly I’d rather the Pats play them than Rodgers. He’s smokin’ hot this year….

  44. they both play “smart”. That’s what make them so special. Make very few mistakes that cost their teams a game.

  45. savethebs says:
    Jan 17, 2017 8:51 AM
    Brady is great but this “undisputed GOAT” crap is a great example of why the rest of the country hates the Pats….

    Jim Kelly, Deion Sanders, Boomer Esiason, and Ben Roethlisberger are just some of the former or current players that have called Brady the Greatest QB of All-Time.

    Does the “rest of the country” also hate those former or current players?

  46. savethebs says:
    Jan 17, 2017 8:51 AM
    Brady is great but this “undisputed GOAT” crap is a great example of why the rest of the country hates the Pats. It’s mostly because of the obnoxious fans. Brady is in the conversation, but even if he wins another SB he’s still only in the conversation. I mean, you could argue that he’s had tremendous luck being in the same system for 15 years with the same HC (who you also like to say is the GOAT) for 15 years. That’s an incredible advantage over someone like Peyton Manning. Manning managed to win 2 SBs with like 5-6 different head coaches & 2 different teams. Brady had an elite defense for every one of his SB wins. I do think Brady is an excellent QB but if he were drafted by the Browns he would’ve been out of the league by now.

    ——————-

    You are arguing that Brady would have been out of the league if he was drafted by the Browns, but you have no idea if that is true and nobody does. He might have returned the Browns to their former glory. You have no idea.

    You are arguing that Brady is lucky to be in that system, but winning is what allowed that to continue, which is because of Brady. Winning in 2001, 2003 and 2004 is why the system hasn’t been switched out. It works.

    Yes. In every Super Bowl win, Brady’s defense was good. Name one Super Bowl winning team that had a bad defense? Possibly the 2011 Giants, but I can’t think of another one since 2000.

    It’s still a team game and QBs only play half the time. They don’t get all the credit for wins and they don’t get all the blame for losses.

    However, the point of the game is to win and Brady has won more than anyone. Rodgers has had Detroit, Minn and Chicago in their division who have been perennially sad, he has managed one Super Bowl appearance so far. He’s a great player, but in some ways disappointing.

  47. vottorific says:
    Jan 17, 2017 8:57 AM

    The ol butter em up ploy!
    ——————-
    Kind of what I was thinking. Genuine respect, or just more head games coming out of New England?

  48. Aaron Rodgers has a better arm and can obviously do things with his legs that Brady was never capable of.

    Brady, on the other hand, is a field general and tactician. His pre-snap reads and ability to get the most out of the other 10 guys on the field with him are unparalleled.

    Deciding who is better is a matter of perspective, but they are both extremely talented.

    For what it’s worth (2 cents), I’d prefer Brady under center if I was putting together a team, but wouldn’t complain about having Rodgers.

  49. Rogers has the most talent of any QB that’s ever played – and that’s not a knock on his work ethic or anything. He can do things no one else can.

    I just don’t understand why it seems to come and go, and why the Packers struggle so much at times against crappy teams or early in the season.

    Maybe he’s bored. Or inconsistent. Don’t know.

  50. fritz96 says:
    Jan 17, 2017 9:16 AM
    Of course it’s debatable, otherwise Brady fans would have something besides team wins to support their argument. I often wonder if Brady supporters even watched his Super Bowls. The first 3 he was mostly a good game manager, he choked twice against the Giants and only beat the Seahawks because of the worst play call of all time. Montana and Rodgers actually carried their teams to Super Bowl victories.

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    In Brady’s SECOND SB he passed for 353 yards and set a SB record at the time for most Pass attempts.

    “Game managers” don’t pass for 353 yards and set records for most pass attempts

    In his 3rd SB he matched every scoring drive with the eagles

    The one year Rogers won the SB his D was ranked -#2 in the NFL
    They picked Ben off twice in the SB to set up 3 of GB Tds

    If you are going to try and talk shiz, at least know what you are talking about!!

    Oh and the first SB against the Giants Brady got pounded and still threw the go ahead TD with 2 min left in the game

  51. Here’s the thing guys. Brady’s first two (or three) SB’s were because of the defense the Pats had. Look at Rodgers playoff careers. He has something like 6 playoffs loses when his D gave up 35+. 3 games he lost in OT and didn’t even get a chance to touch the ball.

    Brady may have more rings but Rodgers is the more talented (and better) QB and it’s not even really a debate.

  52. only beat the Seahawks because of the worst play call of all time.

    And I forgot this one

    Did you watch the SB?

    Brady had the greatest 4th q any QB has ever had in a SB

    So to say he “only won because of a bad play call is just stupid

  53. Based upon the play (of 8-teams) this weekend it’s the Packers Bowl to lose.

    That said the Pats played like crap but still put up 34 on the #1 D. SO… if the Pats can get it together THEN they could have a good chance (too).

    PBurgh at New England will be the game of the weekend.

  54. I have all the respect for Rodgers, I agree with everything that Brady said about him. But as a Falcons fan, I am loving that there is nothing but non stop Aaron Rodgers love this week, even though it is the Falcons with the historic offense.

    It just feels like he’s ripe for an off day.

  55. “[Rodgers] is not consistent.” — bullcharger

    Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahahahahahahahahaha. I’m wheezing. He’s the HIGHEST RATED PASSER OF ALL TIME.

    “Hence [Rodgers’] 1 Super Bowl appearance to Brady’s 6.] — bullcharger

    You do realize that Rodgers led game-tying drives in each of the Packers last three (3) playoff losses and never saw the ball again, correct? You can’t blame Rodgers that the defense is mediocre at best.

  56. Rodgers is the GOAT. I don’t care how many rings Brady has, Rodgers makes throws no one else can.

  57. thedoctlc says:
    Jan 17, 2017 9:18 AM
    Brady’s football wisdom and recall translates to recognizing every defense and making appropriate adjustments and reads. His uncanny poise and pocket presence buy him enough time to make most throws; in the short-to-intermediate area he has few peers. He is without question the most accomplished quarterback since the merger. That being said he is vulnerable/rattled by effective pressure up the middle – hence the Pat’s effort to get rid of the ball in ~2 seconds in recent years – and his limited mobility (akin to a hobbled water buffalo) doesn’t allow him to escape breakdowns in protection.
    By comparison, when at his best Rodgers has no weaknesses. Consider what he just did on the road against the #1 seed and 5th best defense (PPG) without Jordy Nelson and a serious rushing attack. He’s every bit the leader/motivator that Brady is combined with the physical gifts of Elway/Steve Young while lacking a supporting cast comparable to any of them. IMO he’s the 2016 MVP and the most gifted QB to ever play the game.
    -Pats fan

    ——————

    At Brady’s best you are right, he isn’t a scrambler. But he still is the guy that “at his best” beat Tennesee 59-0 in the snow with 5 TDs in a quarter.

    Rodgers is definitely great and at his best he doesn’t have many weaknesses, but can you explain how his QB record is only 90-45 given how bad the other teams in his division have been on average since he started to play?

    The answer is he is not at his best all the time. If he was he would be getting bye weeks every year.

  58. Rogers injured during weeks 8,9,10 & 11 for a four week losing streak???

    Includes a 25 – 47 loss to the Tennessee Titans???

    Brady = consistant

  59. I’m a Bears fan and he tortures my team but even I have to enjoy his playing. It’s like Barry Sanders in his prime that I didn’t even care about the score; I just wanted to watch him run!

    Aaron Rodgers is the most improvisationally gifted player since Barry Sanders. As an artist of the forward pass, he’s the most gifted since Dan Marino. He is THE best at throwing on the run, which is a modern upgrade of Steve Young. If he can be as cerebral as Manning, he will go down as the most complete and dominant football player in a chosen position since Jim Brown. He once said winning in the regular season is to earn your paycheck but the postseason is where you stake out your legacy. He’s going to have to prove it. Regardless, he’s a joy to watch!

  60. Brady : Man, how does Aaron do that without cheating? I mean, I have the defensive play calls right here on my wristband, but he makes it look effortless.

  61. Brady’s “kill them with kindness” tactic is hilarious. It’s great to see him take the high road with effusive praise for his peers. He’s not gonna get a date with Rodgers though. The Falcons are going to put a beating on the Pack.

  62. Can you imagine being Tom Brady, the GOAT, and you watch A-aron play and it makes you feel inadequate? Brady knows he is the most successful QB in league history. He knows he is a legend. But, just like the rest of us, he watches A-aron from his couch in awe.

    I just cant imagine all the pressure that comes with Brady’s success, and yet he is cool enough to speak so highly of a rival, its just awesome.

  63. Brady grew up a Joe Montana fan. Now he likes Rodgers. If any team is having problems evaluating QBs, hire Tom.

  64. Yea keep looking past the Steelers, Big Ben been waiting for this for a long time…..

    Brady >Rodgers….when Rodgers is doing this at 40 then we can have this conversation….

  65. orange and blue own the nfl says:
    Jan 17, 2017 10:06 AM
    Brady : Man, how does Aaron do that without cheating? I mean, I have the defensive play calls right here on my wristband, but he makes it look effortless.

    When your season is over early, and I mean real early, trolling is all that remains.

  66. Remember when Brett Favre threw that INT pass against the Taints when he was a Viking?
    He threw it across his body and some announcer said your not supposed to do that.
    Yeah, if your Favre.
    If your Aaron Rodgers, then yeah, you do that.

  67. As a Packers fan I have no idea why fans argue about Rodgers or Brady as GOAT. They are two phenomenal players with their own amazing skillsets, which we are lucky to see.

    I’ve always compared Brady to Montana and Rodgers to Marino (kind of and with one SB win so far). Brady is the coolest cat in the pocket I’ve ever seen. Rodgers is just a frickin’ magician. Both are incredible students of the game and have a view of the game above and beyond most QBs.

    Remember that as fans from other teams complain about refs ruining everything when these two masters continue to elevate their team and the game. It doesn’t last forever.

  68. I’ll take either type of QB. Rodgers, Elway, Young…guys who do incredible things with the football on the move. OR
    Brady, Aikman, Unitas…guys who can slice up a defense with accurate, laser like passes.

    Please don’t jump me for leaving out your favorite QB and NO, the washed-up, bald headed, blow hard former QB on Fox doesn’t make the cut!

  69. Hint: Stop supproting Goodell’s cheating againt the Pats by regurgitating his lies aboutS Spygate and Deflategate, and maybe JUST MAYBE, the Brady Fanboys who come to these sites would back off.

    You do realize they throw that in your face because you’ve spent 10 years believing a lying commissioner who has spearheaded a directed and concerted effort to cheat the Pats, right?

    FACT: The Pats h ave never cheated. They have never had any artificial advantage over any other team in the league. What’s ironic is, 31 teams have essentially had an artificial advantage, seeing draft picks stolen over lies, as Goodell has been told to jump on marketing opportunities to frame the Pats, exacerbate a lie, and do it out in the open via ESPN to garner public support, Goodell knows he has due to the league and fans’ jealousies of the Pats legendary NFL success in the cap era.

    Face it, you’ve been duped by a silver spooned commissioner that has no problem lying in federal courts to collect his 40 mil per year salary under the NFL shield.

    So, it’s your move, and Roger Goodell’s/the cheating owners.

    Once you make that move and admit you were sold a bill of goods, the “obnoxious” Pats fans on the internet who bother your delicate sensibilities, will wither away, one by one.

    Good day.

  70. savethebs says:
    Jan 17, 2017 8:51 AM
    Brady is great but this “undisputed GOAT” crap is a great example of why the rest of the country hates the Pats. It’s mostly because of the obnoxious fans. Brady is in the conversation, but even if he wins another SB he’s still only in the conversation. I mean, you could argue that he’s had tremendous luck being in the same system for 15 years with the same HC (who you also like to say is the GOAT) for 15 years. That’s an incredible advantage over someone like Peyton Manning. Manning managed to win 2 SBs with like 5-6 different head coaches & 2 different teams. Brady had an elite defense for every one of his SB wins. I do think Brady is an excellent QB but if he were drafted by the Browns he would’ve been out of the league by now.

    ——————-

    You are arguing that Brady would have been out of the league if he was drafted by the Browns, but you have no idea if that is true and nobody does. He might have returned the Browns to their former glory. You have no idea.

    You are arguing that Brady is lucky to be in that system, but winning is what allowed that to continue, which is because of Brady. Winning in 2001, 2003 and 2004 is why the system hasn’t been switched out. It works.

    Yes. In every Super Bowl win, Brady’s defense was good. Name one Super Bowl winning team that had a bad defense? Possibly the 2011 Giants, but I can’t think of another one since 2000.

    It’s still a team game and QBs only play half the time. They don’t get all the credit for wins and they don’t get all the blame for losses.

    However, the point of the game is to win and Brady has won more than anyone. Rodgers has had Detroit, Minn and Chicago in their division who have been perennially sad, he has managed one Super Bowl appearance so far. He’s a great player, but in some ways disappointing.

    _______________________________________

    Sorry to disappoint you, but Tom Brady has not won more than anyone. Bart Starr won 5 championships in 7 years and just missed a 6th one when Chuck Bednarik tackled Packers FB Jimmy Taylor down around the Eagles 9 yard line as time ran out. It was Lombardi’s 1st championship game and he never lost another one.

  71. tritz32 says:
    Jan 17, 2017 9:54 AM
    Here’s the thing guys. Brady’s first two (or three) SB’s were because of the defense the Pats had. Look at Rodgers playoff careers. He has something like 6 playoffs loses when his D gave up 35+. 3 games he lost in OT and didn’t even get a chance to touch the ball.

    Brady may have more rings but Rodgers is the more talented (and better) QB and it’s not even really a debate.

    And in Rogers only SB win his D was ranked # 2 in the NFL

    Brady was 1 play away from winning the second SB vs the Giants
    With the 30th ranked D

  72. Don’t get it twisted Brady knows and thinks he is better than Rodgers. Brady would never say the wrong thing. What did he say about Manning in public and then during deflategate he said in his emails about destroying all of his records. So while Brady will compliment Rodgers without a doubt he thinks he’s bettter.

  73. As a packer fan I have much more respect for new england talent evaluaters than gb talent evaluaters.

    New England always puts a decent to good defense on the field and understands to be championship caliber this is essential.

    Ted Thompson on the other hand refused to get free agents draft real corner backs not turn safties into below average cbs. Packer fan you can cry all you want about capers but he has done an excellent job with what ted Thompson provides him with.

    Except for mike daniels and dix who has this man drafted on defense that is above average ? He is no ron wolf.

  74. Rodgers is great a long as the Green Bay coaching staff and his surrounding players manage the game properly for him.

    He doesn’t win consistently when asked to throw more than 36 times in a game .475
    He doesn’t win consistently when the team is out rushed by more than 50 yards .295
    He doesn’t win consistently when the Packers allow more than 21 points .438
    He certainly doesn’t win consistently when all three things occur .200

    The other night we saw Rodgers overcome all three scenarios. It was rare yet still amazing.

    The Patriots are rewarded more when they rely most on their QB than any team in the league.

    More than 36 throws .704
    more than -5o yards .528
    more than 21 points .535

    All three together? .522 (includes 8 game winning 4th quarter/OT drives)

  75. Rodgers is great and I’m a total homer fanboy because we are from the same hometown but y’all need to go watch some old John Elway plays sometime. He had a better arm and could scramble even better than ARod (though probably not as accurate throwing on the run.
    ARodg has to be the best ever at that). Elway carried three mediocre Broncos teams to the Super Bowl- they lost badly- and finally won 2 late in his career when they finally had a great team around him. Elway belongs in the conversation as far as the GOAT… And this is coming from a Raider fan.

  76. Rodgers and Brady have different styles so just enjoy these great athletes while they are still around!

    Brady excels at PRE-snap judgement and adjustment in dissecting the defense, much like Peyton. He can beat you before you can pressure him.

    Rodgers’ brilliance happens in POST-snap, by almost inviting chaos in the defense when he’s throwing on the run, which he can laser at any angle!

    BOTH are hard to defend. They are transcendent players!

  77. Kind of amazing to think – all those years watching Brady & Manning, we wondered – are we lucky enough to be seeing the best two QBs ever?

    And now we’re still wondering that, but with Brady & Rodgers.

    There’s a lot to not like about the salary-cap era, from a fan standpoint, but there are still things like this that make it a great time to be watching football.

    Apart from all the commercials.

  78. A Rod plays a lot like Brett Favre and you can see the influence in him. That’s for you millennials too young and dumb to know.

  79. How does one measure greatness?
    What separates one QB from another?

    1) Talent
    2) Environment (culture, team, stable ownership)
    3) Stats and accomplishments
    4) Supporting Cast
    5) Coaching and System

    Tom Brady had a career unlike any other QB in that he gets to check all of the boxes above (a perfect storm so to speak). Now one could argue that Peyton Manning, Aaron Rodgers or Drew Brees could have been drafted by BB in 6th round and done exactly what Brady did. IMO that is not fair to Brady, He still did what he did and that counts… speculation on the later is just ridiculous… there is no way to know. All you can do is look at the body of work and form an opinion.

    Brady = GOAT

  80. Can it get any better? 3 hall of fame qbs and the 4th has had a really nice
    Career
    For the most part.

    Prove that this is s passing qb league..
    We all win this weekend

  81. brwmstr says:
    Jan 17, 2017 9:27 AM
    Rodgers is lucky he got a borderline Pass interference call on that last HORRIBLE, chuck it up, intereception. He should be sitting at home this week
    ______________

    Did you watch the play? Rodgers saw the flag and chucked it up cause he knew he had a free play, otherwise he would have thrown it out of bounds. Either way, the game would not have ended there but sure Einey… He should be sitting home.

  82. Dear Pats fans,

    I respect you and I know how much trolling you have to put up with on a daily basis. As a Packer fan, I can tell you we put up with almost as much or maybe even as much.

    That said, please get off the “over inflated balls” nonsense. It makes many of you sound as small as the trolls.

    Rodgers tried to defend Brady. He said (Paraphrasing) “We all do it. We hope to have the game balls the way we like them and we all present them for inspection the way we like them. I like them inflated as much as possible, so I ask our guys to fill them to the high end of the range or even a little over, in case the official removes some.”

    Now let’s look at that. For starters, when you present the balls to the official, it is HIS responsibility to make sure they’re in range or to put them in range. You can present them high, low, or whatever. What you CAN’T do is change them post-inspection. Brady got busted because the guy took the balls into the can and supposedly adjusted them (according to Goodell et al).

    Having spent many years in a trade where several of the gas laws came into play daily, I’m not willing to say Brady or the equipment guy cheated… but… the trip to the can made it possible and that’s all Goodell needed for his little witch hunt.

    How about you guys get off of your witch hunt? The whole “Well he did it too” thing is not only untrue, it is childish at its very core. Do you accept it from your kids? Would you?

    Be better than the trolls.

  83. Rodger’s has done what he’s done in spite of his defense. The struggles the team went through this year were mostly because of injuries to himself and the rest of the team.

    Like Dan Patrick said yesterday when some “experts” said that Dak outplayed Rodger’s was you give Dak (or any other QB) his top two running backs out and replace them with a receiver, top receiver out, top two corners out and basically the QB of the defense (Safety) leaving in the 1st quarter. Don’t recall if it was Dan or another sports host, but they said if you listened to Aikman call the game he was basically saying that Dak had all kinds of receivers open down field and had trouble finding them whereas Rodger’s had to throw his receivers open since they didn’t have any room. That’s really saying something IMHO.

    I do think Brady is a great QB, very smart and accurate with his passing most of the time. I do however believe he is a product of the system like others have said. Pats went 3-1 w/o him with 2 different QB’s and they didn’t throw a single pick during that time. That speaks volumes. Take Rodger’s off the Pack and it’s a different story.

  84. bullcharger says:

    Rodgers is definitely great and at his best he doesn’t have many weaknesses, but can you explain how his QB record is only 90-45 given how bad the other teams in his division have been on average since he started to play?

    ===================

    The answer is NFC East and Bill Belichek. McCarthy is a really, really good coach but Belichek and Brady = Walsh and Montana, Lombardi and Starr.

    So don’t even make the division comparison when you talk about the NFCN and AFCE.

  85. For those that say Rodger’s should have been suspended because he likes his footballs higher than the PSI required by the NFL, he never said he did it after the refs check them. That’s why Brady got in trouble (even if he didn’t do it).

    So please stop that stupid argument. I also think Brady got in trouble for destroying evidence than being proven that he did it.

  86. Brady is still the greatest SYSTEM QB of all time. There are no questions about it.

  87. Let me also add about the idiotic division comment. Pretty sure the Bears and Vikings have had Super Bowl/play off teams over the past decade. Other than the Jets brief dalliance with being relative the AFCE has been a non-factor. So let’s take that weak sauce argument and put in the trash.

  88. The only SB Brady consistently played well was the 2nd one, his end zone interception not withstanding.

    The 3rd SB, he had 220 net yards passing and obviously wasn’t the reason for the Pats victory.

    In the Giants SB he had the highest scoring offense in history and only scored 7 points before that one last TD you mentioned. 14 points with that offense is called choking.

    Against Seattle he was losing and threw 2 interceptions before Jeremy Lane got hurt on the second one. Brady was able to pick on his replacement for the game winning TD. Of course if Sherman and Chancellor weren’t playing hurt the game wouldn’t have been close enough for the Seahawks to give it away with the stupidest play call ever.

    ———————————

    In Brady’s SECOND SB he passed for 353 yards and set a SB record at the time for most Pass attempts.
    “Game managers” don’t pass for 353 yards and set records for most pass attempts
    In his 3rd SB he matched every scoring drive with the
    eagles
    The one year Rogers won the SB his D was ranked -#2 in the NFL
    They picked Ben off twice in the SB to set up 3 of GB Tds
    If you are going to try and talk shiz, at least know what you are talking about!!
    Oh and the first SB against the Giants Brady got pounded and still threw the go ahead TD with 2 min left in the game

  89. Of course he is. Anyone who didn’t think Gisele was using him as a beard so she could do what she wanted on either side of the plate is naive. Have u actually talked to tommytom? Air head of the highest degree. Lucked into an injury by a real QB and real man in Bledsoe. He’s not a fanboy he want’s to date him. Ha.

  90. nyneal says:

    Sorry to disappoint you, but Tom Brady has not won more than anyone. Bart Starr won 5 championships in 7 years and just missed a 6th one when Chuck Bednarik tackled Packers FB Jimmy Taylor down around the Eagles 9 yard line as time ran out. It was Lombardi’s 1st championship game and he never lost another one.
    ———————————————————
    It should be noted that there were a few seconds left, but the defender held Taylor down to stop him from getting up and the Packers from running another play. If the refs had thrown a flag (delay of game, unsportsmanlike conduct, personal foul?) like they should have, the Pack would likely have scored.

  91. As a Vikings fan, I’m counting the days until he retires. As much as I despise the Packers I have to admit Rodgers is the best in the league, and with all do respect to Brady, it’s not even close. He makes all the plays Brady can, and all the plays Brady can’t. They put a pass clock on him this year, and on more than one occasion he scrambled and took over 8 seconds from snap to throw, several times for touchdowns. The 85 bears couldn’t cover receivers for 8 seconds. No one else in the league can do what he does. The “good news” for us Vikings fans, is that Green Bay is a one man show, and the minute he retires or ages ungracefully, their team is nothing more than an 6-10 perennial loser.

  92. The 3rd SB, he had 220 net yards passing and obviously wasn’t the reason for the Pats victory.

    Then didn’t watch the 3rd SB and u are just looking at stats

    Every time Philadelphia scored Brady took the offense down the field
    And matched each score.

    So when you say he “obviously wasn’t the reason for the Pats victory”
    You’re wrong.
    Hell , was was named MVP for that one too

  93. Only one human being on the planet can make the play Rodgers did on Sunday. However, I still cannot put him above Brady because Brady has started 6 Super Bowls.

  94. People will debate everything but Tom Brady is the GOAT. I am not a Patriots fan. I do respect them, but not a fan.

    Everyone hates on Brady because everyone is jealous of him and the Patriots. Brady has any and everything people want, so people hate on him. The Patriots are what all other NFL teams want to be, so people hate on them.

    Respect goes to Brady and the Patriots but…….. I hope my Steelers smoke the GOAT.

  95. And yet, Skip Bayless thinks Rodgers is overrated and Tim Tebow would have been a good NFL QB if the right team gave him a chance.

  96. “I’m still a lifelong Brady fan and one extraordinary Rodgers season isn’t going to change that.”

    Rodgers passer rating this season is lower than his career avg. He’s played like this the vast majority of his career.

    If you’d rather have Brady, I’m good with that, because we’d rather have Rodgers. Both are great.

  97. packsupersoldier says:
    Jan 17, 2017 11:25 AM
    I love it when Pats fans pretend that the NFC East is such a strong division. Oh yeah, Bills, Dolphins, and Jets….

    I think I write for most on this site when I post that I had no idea the Bills, Dolphins and Jets played in the NFC East.

    Silly me, for years I believed those three teams played in the same division as the Patriots.

    I guess you know more than the rest of us.

  98. He is physically impressive, for one, he never bothers with a chiropractor. Even if he’s in a little pain he keeps it to himself, munns the word, Aaron just gives him the stiff arm.

  99. justafanofnfl says:
    Jan 17, 2017 1:58 PM
    Since realignment in 2002 no AFCE team has a losing record against the NFCN

    Jets 8-8
    Dolphins 9-7
    Bills 10-6
    Patriots 14-2

    ==============

    And that without context will get you nothing.

    This in a nutshell is what’s wrong with America. Pick the details that make you feel warm and fuzzy because the whole truth is just too much to stomach.

    Brady and Rodgers are incredible football players. Quit falling over each other for the reach around.

  100. Rodgers is definitely great and at his best he doesn’t have many weaknesses, but can you explain how his QB record is only 90-45 given how bad the other teams in his division have been on average since he started to play?
    ===

    Sure.

    Average/below average defense
    Coaches are consistently outcoached
    Failure to develop talent
    Declining talent level since 2011

    That’s a start….

  101. As a lifelong Cowboy fan, they deserved to win. That final throw was sick and indefensible. Proud of my team, but the Packers won and deserved to.

  102. If he gets to hoist another Super Bowl trophy this year, I hope Brady, 1) Immediately announces his retirement, and 2) Turns around and tells Goodell to go *bleep* himself.

  103. And in Rogers only SB win his D was ranked # 2 in the NFL
    ===

    SINCE 2010

    2011 – 19th points, 32nd yards
    2012 – 11th, 11th
    2013 – 24th, 25th
    2014 – 13th, 15th
    2015 – 12th, 15th
    2016 – 21st, 22nd

    .. the Patriots defense has finished outside the top ten in ONE time (ONCE!) in Brady’s career.

    Its no secret why Brady has more Rings than Rodgers.

  104. dirtybirdnation says:
    Jan 17, 2017 8:30 AM

    Yeah and so is everyone else . Can’t wait for the Falcons to stop this scenario from happening….

    No worries – this is exactly the outcome that Brady is hoping for too!

  105. 1) Talent
    2) Environment (culture, team, stable ownership)
    3) Stats and accomplishments
    4) Supporting Cast
    5) Coaching and System

    Tom Brady had a career unlike any other QB in that he gets to check all of the boxes above
    ===

    Otto Graham
    Bart Starr
    Roger Staubach
    Terry Bradshaw
    Joe Montana
    Troy Aikman

    Unlike any other??…………

  106. bradyisababy says:
    Jan 17, 2017 9:38 AM
    If the Packers cheated, Rodgers would have 5 rings.
    —–
    Rodgers cheats all the time with his own personal referees

  107. bonerfartblog says:
    Jan 17, 2017 11:11 AM
    bullcharger says:
    Rodgers is definitely great and at his best he doesn’t have many weaknesses, but can you explain how his QB record is only 90-45 given how bad the other teams in his division have been on average since he started to play?
    ===================
    The answer is NFC East and Bill Belichek. McCarthy is a really, really good coach but Belichek and Brady = Walsh and Montana, Lombardi and Starr.
    So don’t even make the division comparison when you talk about the NFCN and AFCE.

    ————

    The NFC North outside of the Packers has stunk for a long time. The comparison is fair.

    And you are right. Belichick is a good coach. That’s part of why the Patriots win for sure. That doesn’t take anything away from what Brady has done.

  108. usdcoyotesfan says:
    Jan 17, 2017 9:57 AM
    Rodgers is the GOAT. I don’t care how many rings Brady has, Rodgers makes throws no one else can.

    ———

    Rodgers does make throws that no one else can… and they still lose too many games every year somehow.

    Go back to those performances when Rodgers was bottled up against SF. Throw Brady into those games. He will find a way to move the ball before the end of the game. Winning is not all about scrambling, pretty throws and passer rating.

  109. mkesfinest says: While I mostly agree with you about Rodgers…I will say one thing Brady is better at than Rodgers is diagnosing the defense. Look, they are both fantastic at it but because of his physical limitations Brady has to get it exactly right every time…and nearly does. Because Rodgers is so aloof he can get away with broken plays much better.

  110. Number of Rings is not a very good metric. Bradshaw’s got 4 and he’s not even top 10. Trent Dilfer and Brad Johnson have more than Dan Marino. QB’s only run the offense and can therefore only reasonably affect 50% of the team’s accomplishments. Career stats compared to others in the same generation is all that matters. Both TB and AR will be at the top of the heap. What’s all the fuss about? Coke and Pepsi boys.

  111. It takes the real GOAT quarterback in the NFL to admit that there are other great quarterbacks as well. No matter which quarterback one might prefer between these two, they’ll both go down in history.

  112. bullcharger says:
    Jan 17, 2017 4:41 PM

    Winning is not all about scrambling, pretty throws and passer rating.

    *********************

    As far as the winning formula for QB’s goes, it kinda is …

  113. I can’t believe any of you are even arguing about this. Either way. To argue this is insane. Can we not just enjoy the fact that our two teams have two of the best in the game today? If not ever?

    I think Rodgers is the best right now… but only because he’s younger. Brady is likely the best of all time and as much as it pains me to say it that includes my boyhood hero, Bart Starr. With the parity in today’s league, I just don’t think Starr could do what he did back then.

    If Rodgers manages to snag another 4 or 5 Lombardis, and I certainly hope he does, we can debate this further but not until.

  114. Let’s just stop with all of the GOAT arguing. There are just too many variables to even call it a debate. It’s hard enough to try to pick a position player of a decade, let alone of all time.

  115. ladiesandedelman says on Jan 17, 2017 10:39 AM:
    “What did he say about Manning in public and then during deflategate he said in his emails about destroying all of his records. So while Brady will compliment Rodgers without a doubt he thinks he’s bettter.”
    ————————————

    Brady did not say that. In the email he says Peyton has two years left while he has five. And he’s right!

  116. matiberio says:
    Jan 17, 2017 8:28 AM
    As a Pats fan, I’ll say, Rodgers is the only QB in the league I’d swap for Brady.

    ******************************************

    You’ve got to be kidding me. You can’t be a Patriots fan. Look at the accomplishments….look at how he helped change the culture of the franchise….look at how he handles every situation…….Roger’s is capable of some very special things, and this is no knock on him, but I would never replace Tom F. Brady as the leader of my franchise, with anyone else, and that includes Aaron Rodgers.

  117. While the number of rings is not the most accurate evaluator. It is a tie breaker. No one would argue that Dan Marino is more physically talented than Joe Montana (or anyone else!) as a thrower and in their prime many coach would probably pick Marino over Montana as their QB. But in the end, majority of people only remember Joe as the greatest. Fair or not, that’s just how most sports are. Actually Jim Kelly was Marino’s krytonite as the Bills consistently dominated that division in the early 90’s and had Kelly won a couple of those Super Bowls, he would rank higher. Wins and performance in the post-season is, indeed, crucial to legacy. As Aaron once said winning in the regular season is to earn your paycheck and winning in the post-season is to stake out your legacy – to watch a player overcoming pressure and winning championship is the essence of sports. He just has to prove it. If he’s not the greatest of all time, he’s already in the discussion for me, along with Brady, Manning, and Montana.

    As sports fans, aren’t we lucky in this era to be witnessing these practitioners of the forward pass taking the art to such exalted height? Happy viewing!

  118. zinjaboy says:
    Jan 17, 2017 5:05 PM
    bullcharger says:
    Jan 17, 2017 4:41 PM
    Winning is not all about scrambling, pretty throws and passer rating.
    *********************
    As far as the winning formula for QB’s goes, it kinda is …

    ——————–

    Passer rating is a made up stat. Is it better to throw for 300+ yards and a 120+ passer rating and lose a game or is it better to throw for 200 yards and a 50% completion percentage and win?

    Yes, you are likely to win if you are able to rack up those kind of numbers, but there are games against great teams where the goal is to keep their offense off the field and run the ball and big numbers won’t help you.

    The Mister TD in 2013 version of Peyton Manning was blown out in the Super Bowl and Mister handoff Peyton Manning won the Super Bowl in 2015. Which season was better for him?

    Winning the Super Bowl is always better and it doesn’t mean you have to play like Aaron Rodgers.

  119. Too bad the Pack secondary will keep this from happening. Ah yes, we love playoff time here in Buffalo…we can sit home instead of in a cold stadium and dream of one day having a quarterback….

  120. If we can objectively say that there is a GOAT, then it is Brady or Montana. Brady may have passed Montana now.

    Unless Rodgers wins at least a couple more Super Bowls and maintains his career passer rating which currently is all time best, then no, I couldn’t include him in such a discussion over who is GOAT. I think Rodgers would agree.

    Could Rodgers be, say, top 5 all time if he maintains his level of play for another 2-3 years? Sure. Some might argue he’s equalled his predecessor Favre at this point. But no, I can’t put him over Brady as for GOAT at this point.

    And I say this as a Packer fan who loves Rodgers but recognizes Brady’s amazing amount of achievement.

  121. Can you be the greatest of all time if you aren’t the greatest in the history of the franchise you play for?

    Bart Starr, Brett Favre then Rodgers. That could change, but that’s how it is at the moment.

  122. As a Packer fan had the joys of seeing Starr when I was a kid, Favre later and Rodgers now. Have to say, most teams are lucky to get one hall of fame QB in 50 years, the Packers have had three of them, not only that, they had two back to back, which is even more rare, and the one following the HOF QB Favre is even better then the one he replaced.
    Starr was never as exciting to watch as Favre or Rodgers, but he was a workhorse, you knew that the Packers back then were going to do and they did it. Favre would put balls where it was not supposed to go, most times he made it, other time he got intercepted. Rodgers on the other hand can make the throws Favre made, but he is not wreckless like Favre was. Either way I have been blessed to watch these three greats.

  123. Being a Pats fan, I have to say, in these last few weeks, A-Rod has played lights out. He has willed his teams to win. He has outplayed Tom by a country mile.

    Rogers is blessed with an incredible arm that needs no feet. And he has feet that can get him out of trouble. He was toying with d-line last few games.

    Tom is all about timing and perfection. He demands his receivers be at the appointed spot at the appointed time. He probably reams them out if they are a millisecond late. He fakes out the defense before the snap, and throws a bullet to a spot. I bet he could do it blindfold. Heaven help you if you don’t run the right route. I think that is what gave Tom his SB ring edge. Like his boss, he has a commitment to perfection.

    Rogers can win games where things breakdown. Tom has issues when he is taken off his spot. But Tom has alleviated that issue by getting rid of ball in under 2 seconds. But if one can disrupt Pats timing game, they can keep it close. If they can’t game over.

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