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  1. #1
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    Is Brady the greatest QB of all time after winning his 5th Super Bowl?

    ?

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    Yes. And he'll win after 40.

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    Between him and Montana to me, but as of now it appears that way. Most Superbowl Titles as well.
    "Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships."
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    Is Brady the greatest QB of all time after winning his 5th Super Bowl?

    there is no doubt now he is the goat

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    Is Brady the greatest QB of all time after winning his 5th Super Bowl?

    He's the Michael Jordan of football

    GOAT

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    Absolutely esspecially with the way he just win the game. Legendary.

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    Yes, and he's not done yet.

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    I still don't think he's better than Montana. Montana doesn't have his team down 21 in the first half. Brady missed a lot of throws in this game. Throws Montana would have made.

    There's no doubt that Montana and Brady are the two best ever though. Brady deserves praises for an outstanding 2nd half.

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    I don't see how you can argue it anymore. Before this him and Montana were close. After this? GOAT.

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    I said I'd put him 1st if he wins his 5th.

    So yeah.

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    Yes. Without a doubt.

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    After this? At 39? Yes. And he took a beating . Plus he wasn't having his best day. The mental toughness he just showed to pull this off was legendary.

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    I'd say so.

    I'd like to see him finish closer to Payton and Favre in all time yards to seal it. But if he retired today, I'd say you'd have to give it to him. But he has the playoff record.


    But I don't see him retiring for awhile. 4-5 more years maybe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffy25 View Post
    I'd say so.

    I'd like to see him finish closer to Payton and Favre in all time yards to seal it. But if he retired today, I'd say you'd have to give it to him. But he has the playoff record.


    But I don't see him retiring for awhile. 4-5 more years maybe?
    He can break all records if he plays 3-4 more seasons.

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    I wouldn't argue it. Maybe I would listen to an argument, but it would need to be really convincing.

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    Go Knicks!

    All time

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