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1 minute ago, bluebombers87 said:

How is he the baby if Mahomes is his daddy?

 

Your statement is illogical. I recommend you take several hours and rethink the actions which have brought you to this point today.

Lol good point but a new Goat is rising. I would take Maholmes over Manning or Brady if I had a choice.

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3 minutes ago, TimetobringDfence! said:

Lol good point but a new Goat is rising. I would take Maholmes over Manning or Brady if I had a choice.

Initially I was gonna say you’re wrong. But Mahomes has made it to the AFC Championship in two of three years. However I don’t see him on the same level as Manning. Maybe Philip Rivers. But he’s young yet.

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Interesting fact, the Texans since becoming a franchise in 2002 have never made an AFC Title Game. 2002 was when the divisions were realigned, regarding AFC South teams since then the Colts have been to 4 = 2003, 2006, 2009, 2014. Titans now 2 = 2002 and this 2019 season. Jags have been in 1 = 2017.

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12 minutes ago, bluebombers87 said:

Initially I was gonna say you’re wrong. But Mahomes has made it to the AFC Championship in two of three years. However I don’t see him on the same level as Manning. Maybe Philip Rivers. But he’s young yet.

Saying he is Rivers like is troll status!!!

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13 minutes ago, bluebombers87 said:

Initially I was gonna say you’re wrong. But Mahomes has made it to the AFC Championship in two of three years. However I don’t see him on the same level as Manning. Maybe Philip Rivers. But he’s young yet.

I dont like to hype someone before they earn it. But he trully is special. If he didnt get hurt when we played them, we would have never won that game.

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26 minutes ago, TimetobringDfence! said:

Maholmes is Brady's daddy. Baby GOAT is coming!

Maybe when Maholmes gets his 7th super bowl ring you can say that.

Till then you are blowing hot air. 

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32 minutes ago, TimetobringDfence! said:

Maholmes is Brady's daddy. Baby GOAT is coming!

I guess you missed the AFCCG last year

8 minutes ago, TimetobringDfence! said:

I dont like to hype someone before they earn it. But he trully is special. If he didnt get hurt when we played them, we would have never won that game.

Impossible to know that. 

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9 minutes ago, TimetobringDfence! said:

I dont like to hype someone before they earn it. But he trully is special. If he didnt get hurt when we played them, we would have never won that game.

Impossible to know that. 

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On 1/12/2020 at 7:42 PM, crazycolt1 said:

Maybe when Maholmes gets his 7th super bowl ring you can say that.

Till then you are blowing hot air. 

You dont think Mahomes isnt playing better in playoffs than any QB has ever? Hes doing it better than anyone ever has without refs help.

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2 minutes ago, TimetobringDfence! said:

You dont think Mahomes isnt playing better in playoffs than any QB has ever? Hes doing it better than anyone ever has without refs help.

Mahomes is a great QB no doubt but to say he is Brady's daddy and calling him baby GOAT just shows your immaturity. 

There is no debating this with you because you know it all at this point. 

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2 minutes ago, crazycolt1 said:

Mahomes is a great QB no doubt but to say he is Brady's daddy and calling him baby GOAT just shows your immaturity. 

There is no debating this with you because you know it all at this point. 

He's young...  but he's very very good already!

 

Barring any serious injuries, he's going to be one of the best and very competitive for a long time I think.  He is something special, no doubt.

 

I'm not getting into the Brady debate.  I just can't.  I am so biased against him.

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Just now, Gramz said:

He's young...  but he's very very good already!

 

Barring any serious injuries, he's going to be one of the best and very competitive for a long time I think.  He is something special, no doubt.

 

I'm not getting into the Brady debate.  I just can't.  I am so biased against him.

As much as I think Mahomes is a fantastic QB he don't have Belichick as a head coach. Saying he will win 7 super bowls is a huge stretch for any fan to say. 

I seem to recall things like this was said about Wilson when he came into the league. We see how that has turned out. :hat:

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3 minutes ago, crazycolt1 said:

As much as I think Mahomes is a fantastic QB he don't have Belichick as a head coach. Saying he will win 7 super bowls is a huge stretch for any fan to say. 

I seem to recall things like this was said about Wilson when he came into the league. We see how that has turned out. :hat:

That's my point, with Brady.

 

IMO. It was all Belichick.  

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