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No freaking way I'm watching Peyton brown nosing brady. (I'm assuming thats wjat he did 'caus I didn't click it lol)

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If only their fans could follow Brady and Manning's example of mutual respect and admiration! 

 

 

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Just now, GoPats said:

 

If only their fans could follow Brady and Manning's example of mutual respect and admiration! 

 

 

They get paid millions to help soothe that over...

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5 minutes ago, csmopar said:

They get paid millions to help soothe that over...

 

You don't think it's genuine? I do. I honestly believe these guys have a lot of admiration and respect for each other. 

 

 

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Now I want to watch Tom Brady do this for Andrew Luck when Brady retires... Hmm, something tells me Brady isn't going to do that.

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On 1/30/2019 at 1:26 PM, GoPats said:

 

You don't think it's genuine? I do. I honestly believe these guys have a lot of admiration and respect for each other. 

 

 

 

I agree but what has that have to do with some Colt fans cringing at the sight of Tom Brady's face ? Geez ...is it not their (our) prerogative to not want to watch or admire Tom Brady ? As for myself , I hope he has a lousy game Sunday and I don't feel guilty at all for having that feeling.

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On 1/30/2019 at 4:18 PM, GoPats said:

 

If only their fans could follow Brady and Manning's example of mutual respect and admiration! 

 

 

Athletes and Fans live in two separate worlds..

 

I do respect Brady. I'm sure he's a great dad, good husband, great person outside of his profession. 

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There's no better QB breakdown available in media than Peyton Manning's Detail series. I forced myself to watch the Brady breakdown, and I'm glad I did.

 

The Goff one is great also. Really shows the importance of the Rams play action, and how important it will be for them to beat blitzes and run effectively. 

 

And a few weeks ago, Manning did one for the real #12, Andrew Luck. 

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