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Stupid me. Give 'em 5 or 6 more years and they might have something there.


Oh Danny boy, the pipes, the pipes are callingFrom glen to glen, and down the mountain sideThe summer's gone, and all the flowers are dying'Tis you, 'tis you must go and I must bide.But come ye back when summer's in the meadowOr when the valley's hushed and white with snow'Tis I'll be here in sunshine or in shadowOh Danny boy, oh Danny boy, I love you so.And if you come, when all the flowers are dyingAnd I am dead, as dead I well may beYou'll come and find the place where I am lyingAnd kneel and say an "Ave" there for me.And I shall hear, tho' soft you tread above meAnd all my dreams will warm and sweeter beIf you'll not fail to tell me that you love meI'll simply sleep in peace until you come to me.I'll simply sleep in peace until you come to me.
 

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do you mean like a Tom Brady...give him 5 or 6 years till a "Randy Moss" comes along !

in 5 or 6 years brady was a hall of famer, when moss came along he was a record breaking hall of fame legend. Nice to finally have a pro bowl receiver to throw at.
 

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in 5 or 6 years brady was a hall of famer, when moss came along he was a record breaking hall of fame legend. Nice to finally have a pro bowl receiver to throw at.


Then along came Matt Cassel and showed everyone that Brady is as replacable as toilet paper.

Future Hall of Famers aren't replacable with QB's who haven't started a game since highschool.
 

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Then along came Matt Cassel and showed everyone that Brady is as replacable as toilet paper.

Future Hall of Famers aren't replacable with QB's who haven't started a game since highschool.

Steve Young says Hi.
 

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Then along came Matt Cassel and showed everyone that Brady is as replacable as toilet paper.

Future Hall of Famers aren't replacable with QB's who haven't started a game since highschool.



yeah god knows 50 td's 4900 yards and trip to the superbowl was all replaced this year...oh wait....How is that replaceable? I dont see it. 21 straight wins, then lose 4 out of 10? Hmmm is that a equal replacement? So hell since the colts were crap before manning started then he came in and they went 3-13, that means he was a suitable replacement I guess.
 

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Steve Young played in college.



T martin won a National championship that Peyton couldn't the year after manning left. Result...T Martin is a better Qb. I love these new rules of the system, its great.
 

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Do you honestly think that Cassel could do with the David Givens, David Pattens and Deion Branch's, what Brady has done?


Yes, I absolutely think Cassel could do just as good a job with those WR's. The thing you fail to realize is that maybe those WR's were "average" was because of Brady.

Look at the WR's who have excelled beyond expectations with the Colts only to become "average" when they play for another team. See: Brandon Stokley. Peyton made them better. In fact, i'd go so far as to say that Harrison and Wayne would only be average WRs without Manning.

Cassel is Brady's worst nightmare.

I've said a few years ago that by the time Brady and Manning's careers are finished, there will be no doubt as to who the best QB is.
 

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Yes, I absolutely think Cassel could do just as good a job with those WR's. The thing you fail to realize is that maybe those WR's were "average" was because of Brady.

Look at the WR's who have excelled beyond expectations with the Colts only to become "average" when they play for another team. See: Brandon Stokley. Peyton made them better. In fact, i'd go so far as to say that Harrison and Wayne would only be average WRs without Manning.

Cassel is Brady's worst nightmare.

I've said a few years ago that by the time Brady and Manning's careers are finished, there will be no doubt as to who the best QB is.

There already is no doubt and no valid debate either. :thwak:

Just sayin'.
 

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Do you honestly think that Cassel could do with the David Givens, David Pattens and Deion Branch's, what Brady has done?
If he had defensive signals yes... But I think the pats found a new way to cheat, don't know what... But they found a new way.
 

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T martin won a National championship that Peyton couldn't the year after manning left. Result...T Martin is a better Qb. I love these new rules of the system, its great.
Did Tom Brady ever win a national championship in college?

Matt Cassel?

I don't think so. What a group of losers.

Tee Martin >>>> Tom Brady, Matt Cassel, and Peyton Manning COMBINED!
 

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Did Tom Brady ever win a national championship in college?

Matt Cassel?

I don't think so. What a group of losers.

Tee Martin >>>> Tom Brady, Matt Cassel, and Peyton Manning COMBINED!

:thumb:
 

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Yes, I absolutely think Cassel could do just as good a job with those WR's. The thing you fail to realize is that maybe those WR's were "average" was because of Brady.

Look at the WR's who have excelled beyond expectations with the Colts only to become "average" when they play for another team. See: Brandon Stokley. Peyton made them better. In fact, i'd go so far as to say that Harrison and Wayne would only be average WRs without Manning.

Fail to realize? What have those WR's done without Brady? You cite the mediocrity of Stokley but leave out the mediocrity of all 3 WRs I mentioned. I also think you're not giving enough credit to both Harrison and Wayne.
 
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