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What a story getting to play in your home stadium. Why does Brady seem more likeable as a Buc. Sure the refs call a penalty after barely calling g any but GB had plenty of chances.

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Aaron Rodgers Tuesday is not gonna be fun on the Pat Macafee show this week.

Same reason Colts fans would. I am a fan of the game. If I perceive teams to be cheating, I dislike them. I stopped watching the NBA because it seemed that some games were rigged.   I have r

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3 minutes ago, NFLfan said:

I hate that Brady is the QB of this team. He was not the reason why they won. They had tons of talent on offense and defense. It is unfair to the team to credit Brady for winning this. :(

Most of the team has SuperEgos

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Just now, Chloe6124 said:

What a story getting to play in your home stadium. Why does Brady seem more likeable as a Buc. Sure the refs call a penalty after barely calling g any but GB had plenty of chances.

GB choked but once again Brady is on the winning side of a controversial playoff call/no call. 

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Still only 12 QB's have won 2 SB's or more as a starter in 54 of them :

 

By ERA

Bart Starr 1966, 1967 (2)

Bob Greise 1972, 1973 (2)

Roger Staubach 1971, 1977 (2)

Terry Bradshaw 1974, 1975, 1978, 1979 (4)

Jim Plunkett 1980, 1983 (2)

Joe Montana 1981, 1984, 1988, 1989 (4)

John Elway 1997, 1998 (2)

Troy Aikman 1992, 1993, 1995 (3)

Eli Manning 2007, 2011 (2)

Ben Roethlisberger 2005, 2008 (2)

Peyton Manning 2006, 2015 (2)

Tom Brady 2001, 2003, 2004, 2014, 2016, 2018 (6)

 

-Brady may get #7, Mahomes could enter this elite group with his 2nd SB win as a starter? Rodgers failed and Brees is probably going to retire, those QB 's will finish with 1 SB win in probability. 

 

The only thing I am happy about Tom winning today is because this guy is puking somewhere 200.gif- yeah I will roll with Cam and let a guy like Tom go lmao , that's the ticket.

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1 minute ago, Tsarquise said:

Okay, some of the Tom Brady worshiping in the ceremony is a little much. 

 

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It is nauseating.

I left to CBS with a quickness.. as soon as Godwin has no resistance I left

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First of all...I never liked Green Bay so I am glad they lost.

 

But that last 3rd down and possible 4th down series when GB could take the lead.

 

1. Rodgers could have run it in on 3rd, or at least got close for the 4th down.

 

We probably all agree.  They HAD to go for it on 4th down regardless.

 

Whimpy coaching decision.

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Just now, Chrisaaron1023 said:

Soo. AB also getting his chance in the bowl.. this is just so weird. Talking about travel plans to the Superbowl.. for only one team smdh. Media week and then going home every night 

Maybe the Bucs will over due the celebrations since you know the rules clearly don’t apply to them...

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2 minutes ago, Chrisaaron1023 said:

 

I left to CBS with a quickness.. as soon as Godwin has no resistance I left

Same, even though I was pretty sure Godwin started his slide before the first down which meant it should of been 4th, but it wouldn't of mattered anyway, they could of just hiked it and threw it away on 4th down to end game.

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Just now, w87r said:

Same, even though I was pretty sure Godwin started his slide before the first down which meant it should of been 4th, but it wouldn't of mattered anyway, they could of just hiked it and threw it away on 4th down to end game.

Actually I was watching YouTube News from Global 

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If GB would of won, I wouldn't care which team wins this 2nd game.

 

 

Have to root for KC now, because I don't think the Bills can beat Brady in the SB.

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21 minutes ago, eaglerockdude said:

First of all...I never liked Green Bay so I am glad they lost.

 

But that last 3rd down and possible 4th down series when GB could take the lead.

 

1. Rodgers could have run it in on 3rd, or at least got close for the 4th down.

 

We probably all agree.  They HAD to go for it on 4th down regardless.

 

Whimpy coaching decision.

 

This could have been written by my brother (except he was rooting for the Packers). He said exactly what you wrote -- Rodgers should have run for it and they should have gone for it on 4th down. My brother was upset, as he did not want to see Brady in the Super Bowl again.

 

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I really didn't care who won the NFC game.   

 

But once again, we'll witness history.   Tampa first team to play at home in a Super Bowl.    

 

I am rooting for Buffalo in the 2nd game today. 

 

 

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1 minute ago, NFLfan said:

I wonder what Pats fans have to say. They are nowhere to be found. When Brady was with the Pats, this forum was like their second home. 

So true.      And to those Brady haters here, who said he couldn't win a championship without Belichick,   WRONG.

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1 minute ago, Gramz said:

I really didn't care who won the NFC game.   

 

But once again, we'll witness history.   Tampa first team to play at home in a Super Bowl.    

 

I am rooting for Buffalo in the 2nd game today. 

 

 

I don't care which one of these teams wins.. as long as they are healthy enough to smack Brady

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Just now, Chrisaaron1023 said:

Can't believe he tried advancing that!

 

Agree it looked like it would have been a touchback if he lets it go.

 

Young player trying to do too much in big game...

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4 minutes ago, Gramz said:

So true.      And to those Brady haters here, who said he couldn't win a championship without Belichick,   WRONG.

 

He still might not win. Go AFC!

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1 minute ago, NFLfan said:

 

He still might not win. Go AFC!

He Won the NFC Championship.    Hoping AFC wins SB

Just now, coltsfansince65 said:

No disrespect to you but I still hate him.

lol   No disrespect taken.   I led the team of haters...   don't you know?

 

But, he is who he is,  it is what it is.

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