G.O.A.T. - Making the case

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G.O.A.T. - Making the case

Post by guppy on Tue Oct 27, 2015 7:54 pm

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"The constant question about [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] quarterback [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] used to focus on how he compared to his longtime rival, [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]. Later, it became a worthwhile debate as to where he ranked in NFL history. It was a given that Brady should be included among the top five to ever play the position. This year, with the way he's been playing, he's left little doubt about who deserves to be considered the best of the best."

"There are quarterbacks who have had bigger numbers and there are those old-timers who will always have their fans (like Johnny Unitas and Otto Graham). Please remember this isn't meant to be a knock on them. It's just that, at some point, somebody new was destined to come along and claim his place as the best of the best. That honor now belongs [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.], who is making it quite difficult for the next aspiring legend to ever supplant him."

- Jeffri Chadiha
   NFL Media Columnist, 10/27/2015

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"Considering the length and breadth of Brady's career, it's well past time to acknowledge that he has surpassed Joe Montana and Johnny Unitas as the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]. Montana didn't play a full 16-game season from age 29 through the end of his career. He was benched once in favor of Steve Young and then traded in his mid-30s. At Brady's current age, Montana was playing out his final season. Meanwhile, Brady is enjoying an MVP campaign, challenging his record-breaking 2007 season as the highest level he has played in a sterling career."

- Chris Wesseling
  Around The NFL writer, nfl.com, 11/04/2015

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"On Wednesday, Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins echoed his head coach’s sentiments when asked about Brady, whom he called “the greatest of all time” without a split-second’s hesitation."

- Washington Post, 11/04/2015


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Cousins on Patriots QB Tom Brady: "I think he's the G.O.A.T. ... He's kind of set the standard for all of us to follow."

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"MVP: Tom Brady, QB, Patriots

Maybe when he is 48 he will be slowing down. Maybe Deflategate is part of the reason his TD:INT ratio is 20:1. Maybe it’s simply his competitive drive to be the best he can be for as long as he can and win that record fifth Super Bowl. He’s the greatest of all time. Cam Newton, Andy Dalton and Carson Palmer deserve to be in the MVP conversation. But it’s a brief conversation."


- Steve Serby,
   New York Post, 11/08/2015

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"For right now, however, with the spotlight brighter than it has ever been on a quarterback in the game's history, Brady is arguably playing better than anyone has before him. So whether you love him or hate him, we should set aside the conversation about whether Brady is the Most Valuable Player of the 2015 season.

Instead, another debate is worthy of our attention in the season's second half: Is he the most valuable MVP of all time?

Brady is currently making one hell of a case."


- Jeff Darlington, NFL Media Reporter
   nfl.com, 11/11/2015

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"With each passing week, he continues to build a convincing case as the greatest quarterback to ever play the game."

- Jay Skurski, Buffalo Bills Reporter
   The Buffalo News, 11/16/2015


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"The Greatest Quarterback of All Time.  Period."

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- Chuck Klosterman
, GQ Twentieth Anniversary Issue, 11/18/2015

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"Brady goes from 6th-round pick to best QB ever"

- John McClain, NFL Writer, Houston Chronicle; Member of Pro Football Hall of Fame Selection Committee
   12/11/2015

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