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'We're not too shabby,' Phillips said
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In football parlance, “finesse” has come to be known as a dirty word.
”Finesse and football? Yes,” Patriots quarterback Tom Brady agreed. ”This isn’t finesse sport. You don’t go very far if you’re a finesse team.”
And yet, when the Patriots throw as often as they do, it’s hard to avoid the label. Naturally, Brady balked at that concept, saying the Pats run...
Read what New England Patriots QB Tom Brady had to say as he addressed the media during his press conference on Wednesday, November 2, 2011.
FOXBORO - Wes Welker still leads the NFL in receptions and confidence.
Despite two down games, the Patriots...
Wes Welker and Tom Brady are on pace for 130 hookups this year, but that doesn't scare the Giants' secondary.
Giants respect Tom Brady, but revere Eli ManningON POINT:The Patriots’ Tom Brady is the more acclaimed quarterback in Sunday’s showdown in Foxborough, but the Giants say they wouldn’t trade Eli Manning for anyone.By Steve Serby - NY Post 11/2/11
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Victor Cruz among receivers who say Manning is an elite quarterback
Nearly four years ago, Eli Manning upstaged Tom Brady to give the New York Giants a stunning Super Bowl win over the previously unbeaten New England Patriots.
That's probably one reason why Manning claims he's in the same class as Brady, and his play this season is backing up that uncharacteristic statement.
Manning will try to lead the injury-riddled Giants to another...
Eli Manning will try to lead the injury-riddled Giants to another upset of Tom Brady
and the Patriots when they meet at Gillette Stadium