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It’s just a different treatment that Brady likes for his balls. Teams are allowed to do this, and pretty much anything to their balls as long as they meet the correct measurements and inflated correctly. And as long as their isn’t a substance on the ball like stickum.

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5 minutes ago, dont care said:

It’s just a different treatment that Brady likes for his balls. Teams are allowed to do this, and pretty much anything to their balls as long as they meet the correct measurements and inflated correctly. And as long as their isn’t a substance on the ball like stickum.

 

I know QBs have ball preferences, but I've never seen a ball in play that is basically black. It may be completely benign, but I feel like this is something we would have noticed earlier in the season.

 

I've seen the Tom Brady show before, and am happy to have put some money on the Bucs tonight. Bummer for Saints fans; Green Bay is going to carve this team up next week.

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12 minutes ago, SFGiants58 said:

I was using N as a stand-in, like X in algebra. I’m not trying to be racist. It definitely came off that way so, oops. 

 

One of the funniest instances of Meathead Football Pseud, and I challenge you to top this one, was when erstwhile Bears GM Phil Emery said something like "we can talk about this to the ninth degree," meaning "to the nth," implying that every time he ever came across it, he thought it was a typo of ninth, nine being bigger than other numbers such as two, three, or four.

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13 minutes ago, SFGiants58 said:


I was using N as a stand-in, like X in algebra. I’m not trying to be racist. It definitely came off that way so, oops. 

 

I just hope you don't go on a tangent.... 

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I think Tampa has. good chance against GB. Especially if the defense plays like they did today. 
GB’s secondary isn’t as good as The Saints, plus Rodgers has a habit of melting down in the Conference Championship. 

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6 minutes ago, DEAD! said:

 

I just hope you don't go on a tangent.... 


Rocky Mountain Oysters. Google it and maybe try them.

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I thought the Bucs had absolutely no chance today. The defense, who I absolutely lambasted coming into the game, played lights out. 

 

My best friend is a die hard Packers fan, and we’ve never had an opportunity to play against each other in the playoffs since we met. This is going to be so much fun! 

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5 minutes ago, oldschoolvikings said:

Can everyone say balls some more?

 

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1 hour ago, BBTV said:

Let that be the first of the soon-to-be-started "out of context posts" thread.

 

Such a thread already exists!

 

 

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4 minutes ago, AustinFromBoston said:

Is Brady the first QB to play in BOTH conference championship games?
I feel like I’m forgetting someone that did? 

His idol, Joe Montana, did. His Kansas City Chiefs lost to Buffalo in 1994.

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13 minutes ago, AustinFromBoston said:

Is Brady the first QB to play in BOTH conference championship games?
I feel like I’m forgetting someone that did? 

 

Craig Morton was the first. Dallas (to get to Super Bowl V), and Denver (to get to Super Bowl XII).

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4 minutes ago, FiddySicks said:

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I thought the Bucs had absolutely no chance today. The defense, who I absolutely lambasted coming into the game, played lights out. 

 

My best friend is a die hard Packers fan, and we’ve never had an opportunity to play against each other in the playoffs since we met. This is going to be so much fun! 

 

Then please have this exact same thought for next week's game. Whatever you're doing, it's working, so keep doing it.

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Just now, JayMac said:

His idol, Joe Montana, did. His Kansas City Chiefs lost to Buffalo in 1994.

There's some irony there, I'm sure of it. 

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23 minutes ago, Kramerica Industries said:

Then please have this exact same thought for next week's game. Whatever you're doing, it's working, so keep doing it.

It's called "doubt". Brady seems to feed off it like some sort of parasite. 

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I’m here to do the job nobody wants to do by doubting a Brady led team. It’s a public service I provide to society free of charge. You all should be thanking me.

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By somewhat stretching the definition of "played" in both championship games to include unused backups you can add to the list Stan Humphries and Trent Dilfer (whose appearances came in consecutive years!)

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23 minutes ago, waltere said:

By somewhat stretching the definition of "played" in both championship games to include unused backups you can add to the list Stan Humphries and Trent Dilfer (whose appearances came in consecutive years!)

 

Don Shula coached the NFL Colts in Super Bowl before leading the AFC Dolphins to multiple conference title games.

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