Tom Brady

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That is all.

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#2

A hero and a winner. A great role model.

:clap:

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#3

Greatest Of All Time.

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#4

Anyone who rattles Bridget Moynahan has my respect.

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[QUOTE=“farmerinthecity, post: 1087290, member: 24”]Anyone who rattles Bridget Moynahan has my respect.[/QUOTE]
Not only that but makes her psycho enough that she orchestrates a pregnancy in a last ditch attempt to stay with him.
Gisele though :clap:

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[QUOTE=“farmerinthecity, post: 1087290, member: 24”]Anyone who rattles Bridget Moynahan has my respect.[/QUOTE]
:clap:

Unbelievable scenes.

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#7

Tom might be a future governor of Ma or Ca, or maybe even higher office.

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[QUOTE=“ProjectX, post: 1087298, member: 1742”]Tom might be a future governor of Ma or Ca, or maybe even higher office.[/QUOTE]

White House MVP :clap:

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#9

A good guy. One of the very best


[SIZE=6][B]Tom Brady says he’s giving Super Bowl MVP truck to Malcolm Butler[/B][/SIZE]

Tom Brady[/URL] got a real nice truck for winning [URL=‘http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/superbowl’]Super Bowl MVP. And he wants to give it to the guy who helped him win the award.

According to Brady on WEEI[/URL], he is going to try and figure out a way to give [URL=‘http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/players/playerpage/2132696/malcolm-butler’]Malcolm Butler[/URL]the truck he won as MVP. The Patriots cornerback intercepted Russell Wilson on the goal line to seal the [URL=‘http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/superbowl’]Super Bowl victory for New England.

“I would love to give him the truck. I would love to do that," Brady said. "I’m going to figure out how to make that work.”

Butler was an undrafted free agent rookie; he’s the ultimate Super Bowl[/URL] success story. Playing for pennies (relatively), he came out of nowhere to make an incredible play for the Pats that won them the [URL=‘http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/superbowl’]Super Bowl. No one saw that coming, although Brady said he and his teammates weren’t surprised by Butler’s ability to make a play.

“A guy like Malcolm who makes that type of instinctive, quick play, that’s one of his strong suits,” Brady said. “I don’t think it surprised any of us players, because that’s really what his skill set is. A lot of people didn’t get to see that over the course of the season.”

Maybe Butler can use his Super Bowl bonus to hire a good accountant. He’s gonna need to figure out how to write off an expensive truck.

The trouble’s certainly well worth it for the young man.

http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/eye-on-football/25027046/tom-brady-says-hes-giving-super-bowl-mvp-truck-to-malcolm-butler

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[QUOTE=“Manuel Zelaya, post: 1087305, member: 377”]A good guy. One of the very best


[SIZE=6][B]Tom Brady says he’s giving Super Bowl MVP truck to Malcolm Butler[/B][/SIZE]

Tom Brady[/URL] got a real nice truck for winning [URL=‘http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/superbowl’]Super Bowl MVP. And he wants to give it to the guy who helped him win the award.

According to Brady on WEEI[/URL], he is going to try and figure out a way to give [URL=‘http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/players/playerpage/2132696/malcolm-butler’]Malcolm Butler[/URL]the truck he won as MVP. The Patriots cornerback intercepted Russell Wilson on the goal line to seal the [URL=‘http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/superbowl’]Super Bowl victory for New England.

“I would love to give him the truck. I would love to do that," Brady said. "I’m going to figure out how to make that work.”

Butler was an undrafted free agent rookie; he’s the ultimate Super Bowl[/URL] success story. Playing for pennies (relatively), he came out of nowhere to make an incredible play for the Pats that won them the [URL=‘http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/superbowl’]Super Bowl. No one saw that coming, although Brady said he and his teammates weren’t surprised by Butler’s ability to make a play.

“A guy like Malcolm who makes that type of instinctive, quick play, that’s one of his strong suits,” Brady said. “I don’t think it surprised any of us players, because that’s really what his skill set is. A lot of people didn’t get to see that over the course of the season.”

Maybe Butler can use his Super Bowl bonus to hire a good accountant. He’s gonna need to figure out how to write off an expensive truck.

The trouble’s certainly well worth it for the young man.

http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/eye-on-football/25027046/tom-brady-says-hes-giving-super-bowl-mvp-truck-to-malcolm-butler[/QUOTE]

Having watched the 4th quarter a few times Butler was fantastic. Broke up a couple of plays and he even broke up the play where Kearse made that ‘fucking’ catch and was unlucky the way it unfolded. You can watch him bottom of screen here perfectly reading the play… the speed and strength to make it :clap: How could Tom not reward that!

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Tom Brady[/URL] is tied for second all-time with four Super Bowl rings, but the only man with more – Charles Haley – believes that the [URL=‘http://espn.go.com/nfl/team/_/name/ne/new-england-patriots’]New England Patriots quarterback had to “cheat” to get his.

http://a.espncdn.com/photo/2015/0131/nfl_a_haley_hof_2015_b1_134x75.jpgWhen your integrity is challenged in the game of football, to me, all his Super Bowls are tainted. … It’s going to come back to haunt him one day.

”- Charles Haley, Hall of Famer,
on Tom Brady’s four Super Bowl rings

When asked to choose between Brady and Joe Montana, with whom Haley won two Super Bowls with the San Francisco 49ers, Haley didn’t hesitate.

“Joe didn’t have to cheat,” Haley told the Talk of Fame Network. "I’ve lost all respect [for Brady]. When your integrity is challenged in the game of football, to me, all his Super Bowls are tainted.

“You have to say this just didn’t happen overnight. Who wants that shadow over them? I could be wrong. But I realize there were 12 balls deflated and 12 ain’t. Then you’ve got [Patriots coach Bill] Belichick coming on three different times trying to explain it. … You know something is wrong.”

Haley, who won three more Super Bowl rings with the Dallas Cowboys[/URL] and was [URL=‘http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/12257443/pro-football-hall-fame-elects-class-2015’]inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame[/URL] last week, was in Arizona for Super Bowl XLIX as Brady tied Montana with his fourth title as the Patriots beat the [URL=‘http://espn.go.com/nfl/team/_/name/sea/seattle-seahawks’]Seattle Seahawks 28-24.

But the stigma of Deflategate has Haley believing otherwise about Brady’s legacy.

[SIZE=3][B]Patriots Deflation Controversy[/B][/SIZE]

“This is what Charles Haley believes – it’s going to come back to haunt him one day,” Haley said. "If the league doesn’t come down on this guy. … Everybody is talking about it. Nobody believes it was by accident. It is what it is.

“I’m not going to take any of his Super Bowl rings away from him. But it’s sad that it has to be tainted like it is right now. Hopefully they’ll come out and let us know what really happened. Then all the mystery is gone.”

The league said Jan. 23 that evidence shows the Patriots used underinflated footballs in a 45-7 victory over Indianapolis that gave them the AFC championship. The NFL said before the Super Bowl that it is still investigating but has no conclusions and no timetable for resolving the cheating accusations.

Haley will be enshrined in the Hall of Fame in August along with the rest of the Class of 2015, which includes Junior Seau, Jerome Bettis, Tim Brown, Will Shields, Mick Tingelhoff, Bill Polian and Ron Wolf

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#12

I can’t believe people mention Brady in the same sentence as the great Joe Montana.
Joe shits all over Brady.

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#13

#cuntsbetripping #biggercuntsbejealousasfuck

#allhailtom

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#14

Charles Haley? Yeah, let’s see how your drug use would go these days.

I see Jerry rice has admitted to cheating too. Puts his comments into perspective, and does it taint his Superbowls too? Not in my opinion, but seems to in his.

[QUOTE=“Distended Red Anus, post: 1087551, member: 2648”]I can’t believe people mention Brady in the same sentence as the great Joe Montana.
Joe shits all over Brady.[/QUOTE]

How so?

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#15

A hero

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[QUOTE=“Gman, post: 1087560, member: 112”]Charles Haley? Yeah, let’s see how your drug use would go these days.

I see Jerry rice has admitted to cheating too. Puts his comments into perspective, and does it taint his Superbowls too? Not in my opinion, but seems to in his.

How so?[/QUOTE]
Don’t bother your hole getting drawn in… For every pop at Tom there are ten more articles calling him the GOAT. He’s the greatest man on the planet right now.

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[QUOTE=“Gman, post: 1087560, member: 112”]Charles Haley? Yeah, let’s see how your drug use would go these days.

I see Jerry rice has admitted to cheating too. Puts his comments into perspective, and does it taint his Superbowls too? Not in my opinion, but seems to in his.

How so?[/QUOTE]
is Haley not the guy who used to wank off in front of team mates in dressing room and also left a team meeting to go the jacks only to come back with toilet roll covered in shit and threw it at the coach?..

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#18

Pfft, he comes nowhere near the pantheon occupied by montana and kelly

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[QUOTE=“scumpot, post: 1087590, member: 182”]is Haley not the guy who used to wank off in front of team mates in dressing room and also left a team meeting to go the jacks only to come back with toilet roll covered in shit and threw it at the coach?..[/QUOTE]

Exactly the man. Great example to use for his thoughts isn’t it?

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#20

[QUOTE=“artfoley, post: 1087592, member: 179”]Pfft, he comes nowhere near the pantheon occupied by montana and kelly[/QUOTE]

With 4 rings, I think you’ll find he does.

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