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I was just reflecting after Sundays game on how the Revis/Sanchez era ****show Jets under Rex Ryan actually became a PREMIER NFL rivalry with the Patriots, on par with the Steelers and Ravens, where, league wide, everyone wanted to tune in. For a good three (?) years, the games had Conference implications and not just divisional.

I think that ended when the 2012 Patriots performed a Soul-Slaying Mortal Kombat fatality on you during a nationally-television Thanksgiving game, where even not football fans huddled around their televisions to watch one of the most decisive rivalry decapitations in the history of sports, but I digress.

Tom Brady just did some nonchalant GOAT **** against you for the win, but you’ll probably never play him again.

You’ll remember him forever, same as us.

How do you feel?

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27 minutes ago, WickedAwesome said:

I was just reflecting after Sundays game on how the Revis/Sanchez era ****show Jets under Rex Ryan actually became a PREMIER NFL rivalry with the Patriots, on par with the Steelers and Ravens, where, league wide, everyone wanted to tune in. For a good three (?) years, the games had Conference implications and not just divisional.

I think that ended when the 2012 Patriots performed a Soul-Slaying Mortal Kombat fatality on you during a nationally-television Thanksgiving game, where even not football fans huddled around their televisions to watch one of the most decisive rivalry decapitations in the history of sports, but I digress.

Tom Brady just did some nonchalant GOAT **** against you for the win, but you’ll probably never play him again.

You’ll remember him forever, same as us.

How do you feel?

I feel like we should have won that game. Well, now they know to make communication better

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Just now, ScarletKnight89 said:

I think Tom Brady is the greatest cheating NFL QB of all time along with Belicheat. 

Yeah cause he didn’t put that much air in the ball is the reason he won 7 superbowls and holds every record of all time 

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1 minute ago, Rhg1084 said:

Yeah cause he didn’t put that much air in the ball is the reason he won 7 superbowls and holds every record of all time 

Can still be great at football player and be a cheater. Spygate was worse IMO, game becomes a lot easier if you know the play ahead of time. as far as deflategate goes, we'll never know what Brady's stats would have been from 2006-2014 but 1 thing you can say is that it its easier to throw, catch, and hold onto a ball with lower psi especially if you are playing in cold weather.

He's still the GOAT but deserves a * next to his name along with Bill.

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1 hour ago, WickedAwesome said:

I was just reflecting after Sundays game on how the Revis/Sanchez era ****show Jets under Rex Ryan actually became a PREMIER NFL rivalry with the Patriots, on par with the Steelers and Ravens, where, league wide, everyone wanted to tune in. For a good three (?) years, the games had Conference implications and not just divisional.

I think that ended when the 2012 Patriots performed a Soul-Slaying Mortal Kombat fatality on you during a nationally-television Thanksgiving game, where even not football fans huddled around their televisions to watch one of the most decisive rivalry decapitations in the history of sports, but I digress.

Tom Brady just did some nonchalant GOAT **** against you for the win, but you’ll probably never play him again.

You’ll remember him forever, same as us.

How do you feel?

I feel nothing because it’s football and that’s about it.

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35 minutes ago, Rhg1084 said:

Yeah cause he didn’t put that much air in the ball is the reason he won 7 superbowls and holds every record of all time 

I'm not gonna jump on the hate wagon, but Brady and most other QB's would not survive the NFL if it still was played the way young, marino, aikman, played the game. 

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1 hour ago, WickedAwesome said:

I was just reflecting after Sundays game on how the Revis/Sanchez era ****show Jets under Rex Ryan actually became a PREMIER NFL rivalry with the Patriots, on par with the Steelers and Ravens, where, league wide, everyone wanted to tune in. For a good three (?) years, the games had Conference implications and not just divisional.

I think that ended when the 2012 Patriots performed a Soul-Slaying Mortal Kombat fatality on you during a nationally-television Thanksgiving game, where even not football fans huddled around their televisions to watch one of the most decisive rivalry decapitations in the history of sports, but I digress.

Tom Brady just did some nonchalant GOAT **** against you for the win, but you’ll probably never play him again.

You’ll remember him forever, same as us.

How do you feel?

Go hug a dick.

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Within New England and the stupid national media he is loved.

Every where else he is hated and considerd a massive cheating scum bag.  Unlike most of the other all time great QBs who have been respected.

This guy loved and recruited an praised the likes of Aaron Hernandez and Antonio Brown.

 

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2 hours ago, WickedAwesome said:

I was just reflecting after Sundays game on how the Revis/Sanchez era ****show Jets under Rex Ryan actually became a PREMIER NFL rivalry with the Patriots, on par with the Steelers and Ravens, where, league wide, everyone wanted to tune in. For a good three (?) years, the games had Conference implications and not just divisional.

I think that ended when the 2012 Patriots performed a Soul-Slaying Mortal Kombat fatality on you during a nationally-television Thanksgiving game, where even not football fans huddled around their televisions to watch one of the most decisive rivalry decapitations in the history of sports, but I digress.

Tom Brady just did some nonchalant GOAT **** against you for the win, but you’ll probably never play him again.

You’ll remember him forever, same as us.

How do you feel?

I feel like you are on the wrong forum

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2 hours ago, WickedAwesome said:

I was just reflecting after Sundays game on how the Revis/Sanchez era ****show Jets under Rex Ryan actually became a PREMIER NFL rivalry with the Patriots, on par with the Steelers and Ravens, where, league wide, everyone wanted to tune in. For a good three (?) years, the games had Conference implications and not just divisional.

I think that ended when the 2012 Patriots performed a Soul-Slaying Mortal Kombat fatality on you during a nationally-television Thanksgiving game, where even not football fans huddled around their televisions to watch one of the most decisive rivalry decapitations in the history of sports, but I digress.

Tom Brady just did some nonchalant GOAT **** against you for the win, but you’ll probably never play him again.

You’ll remember him forever, same as us.

How do you feel?

I personally feel great.  Family, friends, a comfortable living.  Makes me think of how the other half lives.  Balding incels who take to the internet to validate themselves and their worth based on the success of a team they root for and in no way shape or form contribute to said success. 

The question is, how do you feel?

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2 hours ago, ScarletKnight89 said:

I think Tom Brady is the greatest cheating NFL QB of all time along with Belicheat. 

Yes, good riddance if we never have to play him again. It was always so hard for us to beat him since he gets all the calls each game against every team, but twice as many as that against our Jets. It was always the old saying with him we used to say with Boxing, "If you want to beat the Champ in his hometown, you better knock him out." 

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5 hours ago, WickedAwesome said:

I was just reflecting after Sundays game on how the Revis/Sanchez era ****show Jets under Rex Ryan actually became a PREMIER NFL rivalry with the Patriots, on par with the Steelers and Ravens, where, league wide, everyone wanted to tune in. For a good three (?) years, the games had Conference implications and not just divisional.

I think that ended when the 2012 Patriots performed a Soul-Slaying Mortal Kombat fatality on you during a nationally-television Thanksgiving game, where even not football fans huddled around their televisions to watch one of the most decisive rivalry decapitations in the history of sports, but I digress.

Tom Brady just did some nonchalant GOAT **** against you for the win, but you’ll probably never play him again.

You’ll remember him forever, same as us.

How do you feel?

Pretty sure everyone will remember Brady. You probably have a fond memory of him hoisting Lombardi, for me? This works 

 

 

 

 

 

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