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Old 01-22-2017, 09:38 PM   #1
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Old 01-22-2017, 09:55 PM   #2
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I love Joe Montana.

Props for respecting the old timers.
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Old 01-22-2017, 10:04 PM   #3
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I love Joe Montana.

Props for respecting the old timers.

Bend thy knee 9er to the one true GOAT, Tom Brady.
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I love Joe Montana.

Props for respecting the old timers.

All-time NFL postseason playoff and Super Bowl quarterback stats and records:


Most wins by a quarterback, NFL playoffs:



1. Tom Brady - 24-9



2. Joe Montana - 16-7



3. Terry Bradshaw - 14-5



4. John Elway - 14-7



5. Peyton Manning - 14-13



5. Ben Roethlisberger - 13-7



6. Brett Favre - 13-11





Most starts by a quarterback, NFL Super Bowl:




1. Tom Brady - 7



2. John Elway - 5



3. Peyton Manning - 4



3. Joe Montana - 4



3. Terry Bradshaw - 4



3. Roger Staubach - 4




Most wins by a quarterback, NFL Super Bowl:



1. Tom Brady - 4



1. Joe Montana - 4



1. Terry Bradshaw - 4



4. Troy Aikman - 3



5. Peyton Manning - 2



5. Eli Manning - 2



5. Ben Roethlisberger - 2



5. John Elway - 2



5. Jim Plunkett - 2



5. Roger Staubach - 2



5. Bobby Griese - 2



5. Bart Starr - 2





Most MVPs, NFL Super Bowl:




1. Tom Brady - 3



1. Joe Montana - 3



2. Eli Manning - 2



2. Terry Bradshaw - 2



2. Bart Starr - 2





Most completions by a quarterback, NFL playoffs:



1. Tom Brady - 788



2. Peyton Manning - 649



3. Brett Favre - 481



4. Joe Montana - 460



5. Ben Roethlisberger - 385



5. Dan Marino - 385




Most yards passing by a quarterback, NFL playoffs:



1. Tom Brady - 8,628



2. Peyton Manning - 7,339



3. Brett Favre - 5,855



4. Joe Montana - 5,772



5. John Elway - 4,964





Most touchdown passes by a quarterback, NFL playoffs:




1. Tom Brady - 61



2. Joe Montana - 45



3. Brett Favre - 44



4. Peyton Manning - 40



5. Aaron Rodgers - 36



6. Dan Marino - 32





Most completions by a quarterback, NFL Super Bowl:



1. Tom Brady - 164



2. Peyton Manning - 103



3. Joe Montana - 83



3. Kurt Warner - 83



5. Jim Kelly - 81





Most yards passing by a quarterback, NFL Super Bowl:



1. Tom Brady - 1,605



2. Kurt Warner - 1,156



3. Joe Montana - 1,142



4. John Elway - 1,128



5. Peyton Manning - 1,001



6. Terry Bradshaw - 932





Most touchdown passes by a quarterback, NFL Super Bowl:



1. Tom Brady - 13



2. Joe Montana - 11



3. Terry Bradshaw - 9



4. Roger Staubach - 8



5. Kurt Warner - 6



5. Steve Young - 6


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at "Montana being the GOAT".........it's not even remotely close or debatable anymore. Stop pretending it's still 2014...

"Montana is the GOAT"............Brady haters ---> totally in denial and living in the past.


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Old 01-22-2017, 11:08 PM   #5
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Montana never scored 14 or 17 points in a super bowl game. His defense kept him in both games and he still lost
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Goat.
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Montana never scored 14 or 17 points in a super bowl game. His defense kept him in both games and he still lost

How truly sad and pathetic these few lonely remaining "Brady isn't the GOAT" trolls are...

at least they are very soon to be a totally extinct species....
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Old 01-23-2017, 11:17 AM   #8
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How truly sad and pathetic these few lonely remaining "Brady isn't the GOAT" trolls are...

at least they are very soon to be a totally extinct species....
How sad we are? You are the one obsessing over it, spamming the same post all over this forum. Tom Brady is not the goat. He was a game manager for his first 3 super bowls. Remind me what the game plan was against the Rams? It was run the clock. Did he have a great drive at the end? Sure.

Bill Belechek is da GOAT. He was the one who designed the defensive game plan to beat the Bills in 1991. He will design a game plan to beat the Falcons too. Book it. Tom "1 ring as a non game manager" Brady would hardly be the reason they beat a GREAT offense, unless the Patriots win 42-38. Remind me of the last comfortably easy win they had in the Super Bowl, hell all their games were close.

If you wanna call him the clutchest QB, I won't argue with you except to remind you that Eli out-clutched his ass twice.

Bill won a playoff game with Bledsoe too I believe, at Pittsburgh while Brady was nursing his mangina.
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Old 01-23-2017, 01:19 PM   #9
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How sad we are? You are the one obsessing over it, spamming the same post all over this forum. Tom Brady is not the goat. He was a game manager for his first 3 super bowls. Remind me what the game plan was against the Rams? It was run the clock. Did he have a great drive at the end? Sure.

Bill Belechek is da GOAT. He was the one who designed the defensive game plan to beat the Bills in 1991. He will design a game plan to beat the Falcons too. Book it. Tom "1 ring as a non game manager" Brady would hardly be the reason they beat a GREAT offense, unless the Patriots win 42-38. Remind me of the last comfortably easy win they had in the Super Bowl, hell all their games were close.

If you wanna call him the clutchest QB, I won't argue with you except to remind you that Eli out-clutched his ass twice.

Bill won a playoff game with Bledsoe too I believe, at Pittsburgh while Brady was nursing his mangina.
14 of 22 157 yards 1 TD
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How sad we are? You are the one obsessing over it, spamming the same post all over this forum. Tom Brady is not the goat. He was a game manager for his first 3 super bowls. Remind me what the game plan was against the Rams? It was run the clock. Did he have a great drive at the end? Sure.

Bill Belechek is da GOAT. He was the one who designed the defensive game plan to beat the Bills in 1991. He will design a game plan to beat the Falcons too. Book it. Tom "1 ring as a non game manager" Brady would hardly be the reason they beat a GREAT offense, unless the Patriots win 42-38. Remind me of the last comfortably easy win they had in the Super Bowl, hell all their games were close.

If you wanna call him the clutchest QB, I won't argue with you except to remind you that Eli out-clutched his ass twice.

Bill won a playoff game with Bledsoe too I believe, at Pittsburgh while Brady was nursing his mangina.

The butthurt is strong with this one.

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The butthurt is strong with this one.

What do I have to be so butthurt about? As a Giants fan, I owe him bigtime for allowing me to witness championships. I'm also a Knicks and Mets fan so I am extremely thankful for Tom Brady I might not ever see a championship in another sport so thank you Tom Brady for scoring 14 and 17 points when it mattered
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What do I have to be so butthurt about? As a Giants fan, I owe him bigtime for allowing me to witness championships. I'm also a Knicks and Mets fan so I am extremely thankful for Tom Brady I might not ever see a championship in another sport so thank you Tom Brady for scoring 14 and 17 points when it mattered


Not talking about your team.

Just paying homage to the G.O.A.T., Tom Brady. But your blind hatred for a player is disallowing you to see the truth and making very idiotic arguments. Just like you with Lebron.

I'm just trying to get you to open your eyes and see the truth. Take the red pill, it's not too late.

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