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    Re: Maybe Joe isn't quite Tom Brady, but after reading this, I'm still glad he's our guy.



    Quote Originally Posted by I Touchdown There View Post
    I liked his ex, Bridget Moynihan, better. Giselle doesn't do it for me.
    This.




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    Re: Maybe Joe isn't quite Tom Brady, but after reading this, I'm still glad he's our guy.

    Not mentioned was perhaps the biggest reason for his dislike. He's one of the biggest pussies in sports with the Brady Rule and all the whining he does which is why we call him Marsha Brady. Fans don't care about who he is married to or his homes or his illegitimate son in London who I'm sure calls him a prick.




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    Re: Maybe Joe isn't quite Tom Brady, but after reading this, I'm still glad he's our guy.

    Random, but they just showed manning is 6-11 against belichek all time. What is Joe? I wanna say...3-3?

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    Re: Maybe Joe isn't quite Tom Brady, but after reading this, I'm still glad he's our guy.

    Quote Originally Posted by I Touchdown There View Post
    Random, but they just showed manning is 6-11 against belichek all time. What is Joe? I wanna say...3-3?

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    3-4, counting this year's blowout loss.

    1-3 in regular season
    2-1 in playoffs




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    Re: Maybe Joe isn't quite Tom Brady, but after reading this, I'm still glad he's our guy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Haloti92 View Post
    3-4, counting this year's blowout loss.

    1-3 in regular season
    2-1 in playoffs
    How convenient for me to forget this year's blowout...

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    Re: Maybe Joe isn't quite Tom Brady, but after reading this, I'm still glad he's our guy.

    Manning made some great commercials. The one featuring him standing on the balcony in a robe and the girl tells him to "take a hike" and he replies " You know, I just might do that." Classic. He seems like a down to earth guy, which many players are, it is just the select few narcissistic players that ruin it for the rest of them. I can't imagine any other player doing commercials like that. Manning has that perfect blend of charm, notoriety, and goofiness.

    Brady is not the only one to whine on the field. Too many deep incomplete passes now feature players frantically gesturing to the refs for a call. Notice how that never happens on alleged or real helmet-to-helmet hits, I do find the odd. I think Tom Brady's problem is that he is successful, he looks like a GQ cover model, he presents himself well, he married a supermodel, he is rich, he is arguably one of the best QB's in NFL history, and many hate the Patriots and Belicheck. I don't think he whines more or less than any other QB in particular, people just notice him more. Look at it this way; if he played for the Browns and had a losing record, would anyone care? All of the interviews I have seen with him give me the impression that he is sincere thoughtful. To me he seems like the kind of guy I could have a beer with.

    I will say this, I consider myself okay looking, I have disposable income, my wife is attractive, I work out and stay in shape, and despite that, yes, I am envious of Tom Brady. I like the guy. In fact, I don't know I want to win this afternoon - Manning or Brady. Manning maybe, as he has awesome commercials?

    Finally, Brady did not come across smarmy or conceited. The guy asked him a question and he answered it honestly. It seems to me he is thankful for what he has.


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    That's why people love Manning and hate Brady. Jealousy and envy.

    Manning - pappa johns, midsize car commercials, Doritos, Gatorade
    Brady - designer watches, Ugg boots, NetJets and supermodel wife.

    In reality they're both mega rich.

    If if makes you feel better, hate away. But be honest, who would you rather be?




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    Re: Maybe Joe isn't quite Tom Brady, but after reading this, I'm still glad he's our guy.

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    You make a decent argument about Brady, but he's also the only NFL QB I know of who ever tried to kick Ed Reed in the nuts. Not that I know Brady personally, but IMHO, that incident tells me a lot about the guy.




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    Re: Maybe Joe isn't quite Tom Brady, but after reading this, I'm still glad he's our guy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Complex View Post
    Brady did not come across smarmy or conceited. The guy asked him a question and he answered it honestly. It seems to me he is thankful for what he has.
    This. The premise of the thread was to compare Average Joe with Prissy Tommy by using a pretty straight forward comment by Brady that really doesn't smack of arrogance or conceit at all. It's not like Brady initiated the topic and then said something like, "Look how awesome I am. Don't you wish you were me?" It came across more as, "You're right. I'm a pretty fortunate guy to have had all these things happen in my life."




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    Re: Maybe Joe isn't quite Tom Brady, but after reading this, I'm still glad he's our guy.

    I won't lie if i was that good and that paid i would be probably be pretty arrogant, nut thats the reason why God never blessed me with those kinds of riches.




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    Re: Maybe Joe isn't quite Tom Brady, but after reading this, I'm still glad he's our guy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Beau Petard View Post
    Complex-
    You make a decent argument about Brady, but he's also the only NFL QB I know of who ever tried to kick Ed Reed in the nuts. Not that I know Brady personally, but IMHO, that incident tells me a lot about the guy.
    Beau, I hate to say it, but there were times (when Ed Reed opened his mouth) that I felt like kicking him in the nuts too... Bc




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    Re: Maybe Joe isn't quite Tom Brady, but after reading this, I'm still glad he's our guy.

    Bc-
    Knowing you as a man of conviction with honor, I'd say you'd be justified!

    When Brady kicked at Reed, however, Ed was just doing his job. The league fine pretty much confirms my opinion that Brady's a whiner AND a wanker.




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    Re: Maybe Joe isn't quite Tom Brady, but after reading this, I'm still glad he's our guy.

    TC, thank you so much for linking that TMZ video. That is priceless, and exactly like he was when I bumped into him at a pizza place. He is a prince.
    Festivus

    His definitions and arguments were so clear in his own mind that he was unable to understand how any reasonable person could honestly differ with him.




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    Re: Maybe Joe isn't quite Tom Brady, but after reading this, I'm still glad he's our guy.

    I don't think it is fair to judge a guy based on one incident when everything else about him says otherwise. Was it dumb to kick Ed like that? Obviously. I have done stupid, spontaneous things before without thinking, but I am consider myself a nice guy and I regret doing them.

    At this point, we won't have to worry about seeing the guy for awhile. He is no doubt on a personal plane on his way to some exotic local with his millionaire-hottie wife drinking mimosas.

    Quote Originally Posted by Beau Petard View Post
    Complex-
    You make a decent argument about Brady, but he's also the only NFL QB I know of who ever tried to kick Ed Reed in the nuts. Not that I know Brady personally, but IMHO, that incident tells me a lot about the guy.




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    Re: Maybe Joe isn't quite Tom Brady, but after reading this, I'm still glad he's our guy.

    Complex,
    Ahh, don't worry, mon ami, we consider you a nice guy, too!

    Like I said before, though, I don't know the guy so it's unfair for me too judge his entire character based on what I see on TV and hear in the media. I'd just prefer to see less body language whining from the guy.




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    Re: Maybe Joe isn't quite Tom Brady, but after reading this, I'm still glad he's our guy.

    Based on TV, brady looked bad yesterday and those TV shots oh him sitting on the bench were priceless. His throws were off and he cost the pats a chance to win. He has to take the good with the bad, part of life. His off field life is his own, but on TV, he is fair game. Losing yesterday is karma for him ruining many a teams hope of beating the pats.




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