For those of you who may have missed this clip of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady getting into a confrontation with Ray Lewis during Sunday's AFC Championship game, here it is for your viewing pleasure:
The AFC Championship game wasn’t a typical win for the 2011 Patriots. Their bend but don’t break defense nearly broke (in fact, if Billy Cundiff takes a time out/depending on who you ask about the Lee Evans non-touchdown it broke indeed), quarterback Tom Brady took too many chances with the ball and missed open receivers, [...]
But regardless, Brady heads back to the Super...
I gave Ray Lewis praise for his post game conference comments, and in the same breath I have to give some to Tom Brady. Tom had an unusually poor performance against the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship game on Sunday, to say the least. Tom finished the game 22 for 36 passing, 2 interceptions and a 57.5 QB rating. However, as good players are known to do, he told it...
Talk about an emotional and unforgettable evening. Patriots quarterback Tom Brady appeared on WEEI's Dennis and Callahan Show on Monday morning to discuss the team's AFC championship win over the Ravens and described what was happening on the sidelines and inside his head while kicker Billy Cundiff shanked the game-tying field goal in the final moments of the contest. "...
Via T-Rock's Take On The Giants
January 23, 2012
If footage of Super Bowl XLII pops on, Tom Brady doesn't throw a bag of popcorn in the microwave and kick back. The Patriots quarterback has little interest in viewing the Giants' 17-14 comeback win, which continues to haunt him four years later.
While looking at QB playoff performance Football Outsiders notes that both Tom Brady and Eli Manning are among the top 3 in DYAR. To gain some perspective they compared them to the top DYAR QBs since 1995. Who is at the top of the list? You might recognize him.
(Hopefully this puts to rest the notion that Eli's older brother had a habit of choking in the playoffs. Peyton Manning...
The San Francisco 49ers had been living off turnovers and stellar special teams play all throughout their tremendous 2011 season. Tom Brady had been bailing out a condemned New England Patriots defense time and time again over that same time frame.
A decade of excellence and the playoff mystique of quarterback Tom Brady and Coach Bill Belichick have helped elevate New England to Super Bowl favorite.
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