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I am amazed that so many MVP conversations focus on players who are surrounded by many other talented players. That seems to go against the most simple definition of the concept. Quite often, the winner is the player who put up the most gaudy numbers, such as Brady in 2007. Take away one of those very, potent weapons and then see what he would have done.Well, that is the point of this article; Adrian Peterson nearly broke the single-season rushing record on a team without a strong passing attack. Calvin Johnson was in the mix with his team-carrying and record-breaking performance on a Lion team that had little else going for it.This is why my early vote goes to Tom Brady of the New England Patriots. And these are the reasons why:1. Just like in 2006, when Brady had no recognizable receivers at his disposal, he will lead this corps of misfits like the transcendant master that he is. Brady may not even have a single receiver on opening day that caught a pass from him in 2012. That man...
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Even though Tom Brady and Tim Tebow are teammates now, it looks like they had words in 2011 about some of Tim Tebow’s former Florida Gator teammates.
They played each other twice in 2011 when Tebow was Denver’s rising star, though Tom Brady showed him who the real star was in both games (a 41-23 beatdown in week 15 and then a 45-10 drubbing in the divisional playoffs). The conversation...
A.B. After the Patriots beat the Broncos 41-23 on Dec. 18 – week 15 of the 2011 NFL season – Tom Brady and Tebow and Brady are shown talking about Aaron Hernandez and Brandon Spikes. Hernandez, who now sits in a tiny jail cell awaiting his murder trial and current Patriots LB, Spikes, were former teammates of Tim Tebow at the University of Florida. Here’s how the conversation...
Since it is the offseason, there is a lot more free time to dig up old clips and try and read into what any exchanges between players could have meant. After the New England Patriots slaughtered the Denver Broncos 41-23 in the 2011 NFL Playoffs, Tom Brady and Tim Tebow met at midfield to exchange some words. Towards the end of their conversation Brady says, “I’m trying to...
When the New England Patriots and Denver Broncos faced each other toward the end of the 2011 season, reporters couldn’t wait to capture the postgame handshake between Tom Brady and Tim Tebow. Brady and Tebow are two of the most popular players in football, and Tebow had been defying the odds at that point by [...]
Jason McIntyre writes, "Tom Brady met Tim Tebow at midfield after the Patriots throttled the Broncos, 41-23 in December 2011." And...seems the Patriots quarterback knew that had his hand full with Aaron Hernandez. Refuting a certain Bob Kraft's take, no? [TBL]
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So what qualifies as a team in a rebuilding season?Well, The Dolphins have added more firepower, but lost some big names in the process, like Jake Long and Reggie Bush.Over in New England, Tom Brady is still the best, but he has less to work with now that one of his favorite targets, No. 81, won't be finding his way to an NFL field again.In Buffalo, the Bills are trying to decide...
The date was December 30th 2012, the final week of the 2012 NFL regular season. Tom Brady and the New England Patriots were set to take the field in a significant match up with playoff implications against the division rival Miami Dolphins. As the game went on, Patriots fans saw names such as Gronkowski, Welker, Hernandez, Woodhead, and Brandon Lloyd flash across their television...
Tim Tebow and Tom Brady worried about Aaron Hernandez's behavior as early as 2011, with Hernandez being described as "a lot to handle," a newly surfaced video shows.
Brady: “And I’m trying to watch over Aaron and Brandon.” Tebow: “I appreciate that, too, man. They’re good guys.” Brady: “[Yeah] they’re a lot to handle.”
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Rank Player (team/bye) Pos ECR™ ADP Rank Player (team/bye) Pos ECR™ ADP 1 Adrian Peterson (MIN/5) RB1 1 1 51 Antonio Brown (PIT/5) WR20 61 65 2 Doug Martin (TB/5) RB2 3 3 52 Tom Brady (NE/10) QB6 44 36 3 Jamaal Charles (KC/10) RB3 4 6 53 Eric Decker (DEN/9) WR21 54 57 4 C.J. Spiller...