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January 20, 2013
Subjective and fun. Every time.
IF HE WINS 2 MORE GAMES THIS SEASON--THERE WILL BE NO DOUBT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Let's say he never wins another football game. Still hands down the best quarterback ever.
If he does win the Super Bowl this year, he will have passed most of the all-time greats at his position via a variety of records. That will catapault him into another level of success.
How many Super Bowls has he won since he stopped being able to know what is coming? Why does no one in New England acknowledge the advantage the Patriots gained by cheating? Every year they do not win is fuether proof it helped. How many SB's did Montana win by knowing what was coming?
they've been 16-0 and went to 2 SBs since.
It really is fun thinking about this stuff, Dan; very enjoyable to read a column like yours and just let the mind wander off to relax and smile and dwell on things that are fun and really inconsequential, relative to the problems that the world faces, and that our brains are bludgeoned with in the news day in and day out. I happen to agree with your assessment of Brady, but for me that is beside the point, so thanks for the mental vacation.
AS the great philosopher said: : "It ain't over until it is over"
I would add Larry Bird to the local sports Mount Rushmore as well.
Clearly...he is not.
You know-this column was really really hard to find on the site Sunday night. Dan has a perfect record
I would expect that the best quarterback would play his best in post-season games. The Pats could have won if Brady played better. Their losses to the Jets and Giants in post-season must also be considered in his ranking