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On the eve of the biggest, most-anticipated football production in the universe (that we know of), the audience knows the recent story of our two lead actors by now. One will start his 10th pro game in a Super Bowl, the other is a calm playoff warrior hoping to etch his face on the Mount Rushmore of active quarterbacks. A true breakthrough performance is kid stuff at this juncture. Colin Kaepernick and Joe Flacco are already here and nothing will change that. Sporting immortality, rather, is written in the stars for one of these formerly overlooked signal callers.
Perhaps more than any other position in sports, a quarterback succeeds on the basis of non-physical characteristics; intelligence matters more than strength, awareness over ability, intangibles above all else. Another factor, it seems, resides in the makeup of not only Kaepernick and Flacco, but in the career DNA of other elite quarterbacks – doubt.
Most football fans are familiar with The Brady 6, the ESPN film on the six...
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Tom Brady is officially a NFL icon.
He is so much a part of the New England Patriots culture that its not considered offensive to signal the team out as the New England Bradys.
So it catches the world at large a bit off-guard to see Patriots owner Robert Kraft being less-than-definitive when it comes to discussing Brady’s future with the team.
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With New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady heading into his late-30′s owner Robert Kraft was asked if he’s concerned about his age going forward.
“I think he had a remarkable year this year and I think we look at each year as it happens,” Kraft said. “I’d love him to be here as long as he’s productive and feels he wants to play.”
Brady, who turns 36 in August...
We at Patriots Life are giving out our post-season awards. And we're starting off with the biggie. The coveted New England Patriots Most Valuable Player. And the award goes to...
Who else? It's Tom Brady!This goes without saying really. Without Brady, the Patriots would be nothing. The way he conducts the high-tempo offense while dissecting defenses at the same time...
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft discussed QB Tom Brady‘s future with the team Friday while in New Orleans.
“I think he had a remarkable year this year and I think we look at each year as it happens,” Kraft said, via CSN New England. “I’d love him to be here as long as he’s productive and feels he wants to play.”
Brady, 35, is signed through 2014 and will...
Will Tom Brady join another team towards the end of his career similar to Favre and Manning? (AP Photo/Steven Senne)
Over the past five years, NFL fans have seen Hall of Fame quarterbacks, Brett Favre and Peyton Manning leave their respective teams for another team towards the end of their careers. Eventually, the Packers and Colts decided that it was time to move on from their franchise...
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft doesn't sound certain that quarterback Tom Brady will finish his career in a Patriots uniform.
"I think he had a remarkable year this year and I think
Robert Kraft had a few statements to make regarding Tom Brady's future. Heres what he had to say:
"I think he had a remarkable year this year and I think we look at each year as it happens. I'd love him to be here as long as he's productive and feels he wants to play."
Just as this nfl.com article says, I think that this could turn into a Peyton Manning...
by John Huffstetler
With the NFL Honors Awards tonight, much debate surrounds the top awards to be presented. With that in mind, here’s who deserves to win (not who will win) the major awards that will be given out tonight from New Orleans.
Tom Brady- Choosing between Brady and Peyton Manning this season is almost impossible. They have incredibly similar statistics in yards...
Before trying to establish their ground game, the 49ers will face the key issue of how to deal with an excitable young quarterback guiding their offense. Colin Kaepernick is hoping to become the third player to win a Super Bowl in his second season in the NFL after Tom Brady and Ben Roethlisberger did so in Super Bowls 36 and 40. Their teams took different approaches in each game...