Welcome home, men of the 2nd Bn, 127th Inf, 32d "Red Arrow" Brigade, WI Army Nat'l Guard! Good luck to those down south.
Originally posted by odessasteps I just heard Mort refer to Brady as "a living legend."
Well, pre-injury he was arguably the best QB in the NFL. Three rings, a couple of supermodels, first 16-0 regular season in NFL history, and how many times have you heard people call Brady "this generation's Joe Montana?"
Originally posted by EddieBurkettThis game reminded me of the 2006 opener vs. the Texans. A strong win and the ascent of a wide receiver (Stallworth) only to lead to an ultimately wasted season.
I hear you. On the bright side, I think our D could be lights out this year, at least as long as Lito and Drew frigging Rosenhaus can keep their yaps shut. The LBs look better than merely "OK" for the first time in ages, we've got 3 pro bowl caliber CBs and decent depth on the line. Heck, even Darren Howard looks like a football player.
But on the downside you just know the first time Sheldon Brown slips Rosenhaus'll be straight on YouTube screaming about it. And in a thread about a QB with a season-ending injury, well, Donovan kinda has form in that area.
I must've changed my mind about 20 times on how this season goes. I guess we'll know more after Monday.
Michael Vick, anyone? Brady has an almost Elway-esque ability to lead his team to victory. He gave the Patriots the belief to keep playing even when they were presumed dead (ask Oakland, Pittsburgh and St. Louis for details).