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  1. Brady really came to the NFC and in one season sent Brees to retirement and made Rodgers want to leave Green Bay.
  2. Wes Welker and Matthew Slater are the reason this wasn't broken Week 1 of 2011. Brady had 517 yards that game and those two dropped a deep throw each.
  3. I was actually curious so I looked at Brady, Manning, Brees, and Rodgers highest TD season to see how many times they threw TD's inside the 5 2007 Tom Brady: 30% 2011 Drew Brees: 33% 2013 Peyton Manning: 33% 2020 Aaron Rodgers: 40%
  4. Brees playoff passer rating and TD/INT ratio may look nice on paper but in playoff games since 2017 he has scored 31 24 20 23 20 21 20 All of these were in a dome too so it's not like he was in harsh weather. Averaging 22.7 PPG in the playoffs in this era just isn't going to get it done most of the time.
  5. Basically this. If your list is "all-time" then Brees probably doesn't make it and is 11-13. If your list is quarterbacks who played a majority of their career in the Super Bowl era then he is definitely top 10.
  6. I've noticed if someone rates Brees high, they also tend to rate Marino and Tarkenton highly.
  7. Brady is laughing his *** off right now.
  8. Curious to see what everyone on here thinks. It usually seems split 50/50 when I have this conversation with others.
  9. I can see it. Both around 6'2" Not mobile or athletic. Both will stay in the pocket Great accuracy Average arm strength Both have doubters because the amount of offensive talent around them
  10. Lol? I don't understand how that would make him go from 4-6 in the playoffs to around 34-11.
  11. I chose the pass rush but voted the secondary because I felt bad that it wouldn't get many votes.
  12. Is there a bigger discrepancy between conferences than 2004 and 2006? At least in the salary cap era. 2004 AFC 44 Wins NFC 20 Wins AFC 1. Steelers 15-1 2. Patriots 14-2 3. Colts 12-4 4. Chargers 12-4 5. Jets 10-6 6. Broncos 10-6 NFC 1. Eagles 13-3 2. Falcons 11-5 3. Packers 10-6 4. Seahawks 9-7 5. Rams 8-8 6. Vikings 8-8 2006 AFC 40 Wins NFC 24 Wins AFC 1. Chargers 14-2 2. Ravens 13-3 3. Colts 12-4 4. Patriots 12-4 5. Jets 10-6 6. Chiefs 9-7 NFC 1. Bears 13-3 2. Saints 10-6 3. Eagles 10-6 4. Seahawks 9-7 5. Cowboys
  13. Lawrence will go down as top 10 ever. Jaguars fans are in for a treat.
  14. The 2006 Colts are lucky the Patriots beat the Chargers. Chargers would have beat them in the AFC Championship Game. 2005 Colts were the best Manning Colts team. Still have no idea how they managed to go one-and-done. In all of my years watching, there are 5 teams that it shocked me they went one-and-done. 2005 Colts 2006 Chargers 2010 Patriots 2011 Packers 2019 Ravens
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