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America's Game: The 2001 New England Patriots | Super Bowl XXXVI

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It was the hit felt from Boston to Bangor. In Week 2 of the 2001 season, New England Patriots quarterback Drew Bledsoe absorbed a vicious blow from Jets linebacker Mo Lewis, shearing an artery behind his ribs. He was out indefinitely. The 2001 season appeared lost. But in stepped backup Tom Brady, a former sixth-round draft choice, and New England sports history was changed forever. Over the next few weeks, Brady compiled a 5-3 record as a starter. When Bledsoe returned to reclaim the starting role, many assumed the job was his. Instead, head coach Bill Belichick made a gutsy call in Week 11, opting to stay with Brady for the rest of the year. The move, or non-move, paid off handsomely. Brady led the Patriots to an unforgettable win over the Raiders in the AFC Divisional Playoffs. Against the St. Louis Rams in Super Bowl XXXVI, Brady drove the Patriots 53 yards in the final two minutes, setting up the biggest kick of Adam Vinatieri's career - a 48-yarder for the title. Join NFL Films as they retell the story of the '01 Patriots, the club that launched a dynasty. America's Game uses exclusive interviews from Lawyer Milloy, Vinatieri, and Brady to recount New England's world championship run.
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kirbypoohbear
kirbypoohbear 6 days ago
YO WTF? WHERE'S THE PATRIOTS STORY 2014??????? HOPEFULLY ITS UPLOADED WEN ITS TIME FOR ME TO SEE IT SOON.
Anti-fascist America
The day the most hated team in the world was born
Supernerd
Supernerd 6 days ago
Words can’t describe how amazing Tom Brady is. GOAT. Great man.
Billy Wright
Billy Wright 9 days ago
I love this team because they started the whole team running out in the Super Bowl
tim chan
tim chan 14 days ago
Dawm Pitts played a dirty game aiming low on Brady 3 times
Joshua Petig
Joshua Petig 14 days ago
All I need to hear is Gil Santos
dante040
dante040 22 days ago
Man Brady is like at least 6'4 so Bledsoe must be like 6'6
Carl Wallin
Carl Wallin Month ago
Tom Brady is a golden God
Marty Shaw
Marty Shaw Month ago
Steelers #41 low hit was dirty and done on purpose. More reason for me to hate the Steelers.
DragonKazooie89
DragonKazooie89 Month ago
My dad is still sore about that Rams Super Bowl loss. He thinks that NE only won because everyone was so patriotic after 9/11.
Sean Pen
Sean Pen Month ago
How could anyone hate Tom Brady. What am underdog story. He went from benchwarmer to the greatest thing the NFLs ever seen, just with hard work
KBoss
KBoss Month ago
Edgeheads episode 1: The Tucking Menace.
Jackson Plays Games
These docs are so good :)
Ken Shearson
Ken Shearson Month ago
Brady throws for 145 yds and one TD (Trent Dilfer threw for 153 yds and one TD in SBXXXV) and gets MVP. SMH
Ravens#52RayLewis
Ravens#52RayLewis 23 days ago
@Ken Shearson and if you don't believe me? we take a look at some quotes, from some great quarterbacks who did comment on the situation that Tom Brady went through with the deflategate situation. Joe Montana, Dan Marino, Aaron Rodgers, and even John Elway as well as many other quarterbacks gave their opinion on this situation, and most of them sided with Brady. Listen to this: Joe Montana: "It's a stupid thing to be even talking about because they shouldn't have the rule anyway. If you want to see the game played at the best, everybody has a different grip, everybody has a different feel." Dan Marino: "Every quarterback that has played the position understands that getting the footballs the way you like them before the game is part of the game. I mean I did it for years, Jim Kelly up in Buffalo did it, Tom's doing it, Peyton Manning's doing it." Aaron Rodgers: "The majority of quarterbacks, I would say more than half, are maybe on the other end of the spectrum, and like it on the flatter side." Said Rodgers. "My belief is that there should be a minimum air pressure requirement but not a maximum. There's no advantage, in my opinion -- we're not kicking the football -- there's no advantage in having a pumped up football." Basically what Rodgers is saying is that he like his footballs pumped up, and that it doesn't really matter if Brady likes his footballs with a little less air, because there's no real advantage to having a pumped up or deflated football. Tom Brady has proven that deflated footballs don't matter, because if they really did his stats would have dropped a significant amount since the NFL had control over every single football after Deflategate. John Elway: "I mean, it's not that big a difference," Elway told Monday Morning Quarterback. "It's hard to tell the difference. Not a big enough difference to have the attention on this that it's gotten. What I come down to is, does it really matter? Some guys like the ball a little softer. And if a guy likes a harder ball, that's fine too. We want the quarterbacks to be as successful as they can be, and we want them to give the fans the best entertainment they can. Who cares if a quarterback likes it at 10 and a half? If that makes him play better, fine." I rest my case
Ravens#52RayLewis
Ravens#52RayLewis 23 days ago
@Ken Shearson all I'm saying even if he is guilty ,which I highly since not only did the NFL have no concrete evidence that Brady did anything but also the Judge laughed it out of court as was prepared to throw the case out of the as a result of the lack of evidence, and before you bring up Brady destroying his phone keep in mind that the NFL even told Brady that the phone was no longer needed for their investigation so the phone was irrelevant at that point in time, but all I'm saying is it doesn't matter especially when you have Joe Montana, John Elway, Dan Marino, and Aaron Rodgers came to the dudes defense
Ken Shearson
Ken Shearson 23 days ago
@Ravens#52RayLewis well, Ty Law scored as many points as Tammy, right? So why didn't he get the MVP?
Ken Shearson
Ken Shearson 23 days ago
@Ravens#52RayLewis So...you're admitting that cheater Tammy cheated by deflating his balls - the football ones, we know he doesn't have the other ones.
Ravens#52RayLewis
Ravens#52RayLewis 23 days ago
@Ken Shearson and as far as deflated footballs go? Did you know there was another deflategate in the league and that you've never heard about it because it involved tackling dummy David Carr and not Tom Brady in 2006 Carr admitted that his balls were of lower pressure than legally allowed for this he was not suspended and he remained the Texans quarterback So does it matter for Carr if it matters for Brady?
Bràdley Ullery
Bràdley Ullery 2 months ago
My favorite moment in the game vs the raiders in the playoffs was my friend Matt Light kneeling in the snow for Adam Vinetari to tie the game with 45 yard field goal
Bràdley Ullery
Bràdley Ullery 2 months ago
I have the Superbowl 36 Tom Brady ring I found at a flea market. My high school friend Matt Light played for the Patriots 11 years winning 3 rings now I am looking for a Matt Light Superbowl ring from Superbowl 36, 38, and 39
Liquidor
Liquidor 2 months ago
This episode is not on the Americans Game playlist
Miloslav Tlamicha
Miloslav Tlamicha 2 months ago
I love that this is narrated by Martin Sheen.
Andrea May
Andrea May 2 months ago
It’s just crazy that not one of those guys is still a Patriot! Not even Brady!
hu du
hu du 29 days ago
Why is it crazy? This was almost 20 years ago, how many NFL players play for 20 years?
Crimson Zephyr
Crimson Zephyr 2 months ago
That team's consigned to history, now.
MattronGaming X
MattronGaming X 2 months ago
Belichick in 2001: Sh*t yeah, how many times you think you win the super bowl! Brady in 2020: Wins 6 super bowls.
Sting Rey
Sting Rey 2 months ago
belichick has consistently said vinateri was the best player on the 2001 patriots.
FELIX BAEZ
FELIX BAEZ 2 months ago
Song at 36:35?
Crimson Zephyr
Crimson Zephyr 2 months ago
It's called "A Legend Is Born" by David Robidoux.
HiiDE
HiiDE 2 months ago
Bill : How many time do you think you'll win the Super Bowl ? Tom : How bout Six
Adyant Manchanda
Adyant Manchanda 5 days ago
You mean Tom said Yes
Dan the Man
Dan the Man 3 months ago
27:15 Quite simply the greatest kick in NFL history. Wasn't sure anything could ever top Tom Dempsey's 63-yarder to beat the Lions in 1970, but this one did.
Michael Fairbank
Michael Fairbank 3 months ago
@ 40:52......Um...6 actually so you better be on that flight back home. Do it next time.
Kevin Malone
Kevin Malone 3 months ago
They cheated!!!!
Ravens#52RayLewis
Ravens#52RayLewis 24 days ago
the Boston Herald reported, citing an unnamed source, that the Patriots had also taped the Rams' walkthrough practice prior to the game.[24] After further investigations, the league determined that no tape of the Rams' Super Bowl walkthrough was made,[25] and the Herald later issued an apology in 2008 for their article about the alleged walkthrough tape.[26]
Ravens#52RayLewis
Ravens#52RayLewis 24 days ago
Oh boo hoo take a loss a man instead of making up lame excuses
David Dolan
David Dolan 3 months ago
Fuck off
JBSptfn
JBSptfn 3 months ago
The start of the biggest fraud ever perpetrated on the American sporting public.
Ravens#52RayLewis
Ravens#52RayLewis 22 days ago
@JBSptfn Spygate wasn't illegal until 2006 more specifically where you could film
JBSptfn
JBSptfn 22 days ago
@Ravens#52RayLewis Spygate.
Ravens#52RayLewis
Ravens#52RayLewis 22 days ago
@JBSptfn denial about what? That Deflategate was a load of garbage?
JBSptfn
JBSptfn 24 days ago
@Ravens#52RayLewis If you have to ask, you must be in denial.
Ravens#52RayLewis
Ravens#52RayLewis 24 days ago
And how do you figure that?
Bradley Brown
Bradley Brown 3 months ago
It didn't hurt they were playing against Kordell Stewart
Will H
Will H 3 months ago
You have to fit a lot into less than an hour but the rams were killing tom. The Ty Law pick six put them in the game, and the defense were bloodying the rams offense.
Ravens#52RayLewis
Ravens#52RayLewis 24 days ago
Really now?I guess Brady was outplayed and outmatched by the NFL MVP Kurt Warner right? Well, wrong. In Super Bowl 36 Brady had no turnovers and was only sacked one time. He also had a better QB Rating. Warner on the other hand threw two Interceptions one which was a Pick Six, fumbled the ball once, but he did recover it, he was sacked three times, and he had only one touchdown pass as well which wasn't until the end of the game. So how is it that Brady wasn't relevant to that win if he's outplaying the current MVP and former Super Bowl Champion Kurt Warner? Right?
Vai Kimbo
Vai Kimbo 3 months ago
That Bryan Cox hit against the Colts in Week 3 set the tone for the rest of the season.
Gintoki sakata
Gintoki sakata 3 months ago
lol tom brady went from the prince charming of the NFL to main villain of NFL
Andrew Rand
Andrew Rand 3 months ago
The beginning of a dynasty and a great story
sequoia1171
sequoia1171 3 months ago
these jerkoffs never should have made it to the Superbowl, Tom Brady never should have been Tom Brady the Tuck rule was the biggest rip-off in the history of sports
austin teutsch
austin teutsch 3 months ago
I used to watch when this team was the Boston Patriots. They weren't worth two shits back then. But today, they are the greatest team to ever take a field.
C. K.
C. K. 3 months ago
It’s crazy to think that Lawyer Milloy, one of the storytellers here, who certainly played a part in the 01 defense, would be cut less than 2 years later.
Hector Rodriguez
Hector Rodriguez 3 months ago
Let’s put it this way let’s just say the tuck rule did not exist if that was a fumble not a Forward pass the Raiders will win the game move on possibly beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC championship game and possibly beat the St. Louis Rams a.k.a. the greatest show on turf in Super Bowl 36 imagine that.
Dan the Man
Dan the Man 3 months ago
Did you see who the Raiders were losing to down the stretch in 2001? They were 10-3 and lost their last 3, including 2 at home. Anything's possible, but IMO, the Rams would've _smoked_ the Raiders IF they'd even gotten past Pittsburgh. Bill Belichick's ability to game plan vs a superior opponent is the reason New England won. Without the Belichick factor, the Raiders would've been Ram road kill.
Joel Yetz
Joel Yetz 3 months ago
Rams would crush them. But then they'd have Gruden for the SB the next year, so who knows. Maybe they get that fourth ring and I become depressed.
Carloz TV
Carloz TV 3 months ago
18:22 18:41
kg
kg 3 months ago
Man I’m loving this content all of it.
wayne sirett
wayne sirett 3 months ago
Dislike Pats, dislike this vid.
Richie Batman
Richie Batman 3 months ago
Been waiting for the patriots ones 😍😍😍😍😍#bradynation #patsnation
crowtservo
crowtservo 3 months ago
I watched the Tuck Rule Game with my dad because my parents invited me to come over for dinner. I wasn’t going to stick around but we just kept watching the game and didn’t want to miss anything, when I went to leave after the game was over my dad said “Well that was an interesting game.” The next weekend, I was pretty angry the Steelers the lost but my roommate made me feel better by saying “Patriots are gonna get destroyed by the Rams.” We went out and bought Rams shirts for the Super Bowl. We had a pretty bad time watching the Super Bowl.
Joel Yetz
Joel Yetz 3 months ago
Then at this time, you knew better than most how evil the Patriots were.
Adam Carman
Adam Carman 3 months ago
It's funny how the Pats in this episode talk about how their narrow loss to the St Louis Rams convinced them they could go the distance. Then in 2007....
Ravens#52RayLewis
@Will H what the other guy said but yes I agree the Patriots got too confident and too cocky and rightfully so since they had beaten the Giants the very last game of thes season that's the main reason I think the Patriots lost because they had just played the Giants and the Giants noticed that the Patriots had a few flaws like the lack of an interior offensive line and it was exposed pretty badly in the Super Bowl and according to Plaxico Burress their mindset was they had just played the Patriots in Week 17 and they weren't that much better than the Giants were and basically their gameplan was don't turn the ball over and don't beat ourselves
Nevio
Nevio 2 months ago
@Will H Idk if you can call it "getting their asses kicked" since it was a close game.
Will H
Will H 3 months ago
When milloy said about the Steelers luggage "you dont do that to the Patriots", I remembered the Pat's mouthing off to the giants before getting their asses kicked. They were the media darlings that week especially Tom and let it make them soft.
Chidori
Chidori 3 months ago
The only one with Tom Brady
Grenadehappy45
Grenadehappy45 3 months ago
@NFL Fanzone Can you post the America’s game: the missing rings. I would like to watch the one on the 1998 Minnesota Vikings. The only one on RUvid has bad quality with a small screen. It would be cool if you could upload those.
jason m.
jason m. 3 months ago
These younger folks tend to not realize that in 2001 Drew Bledsoe was on his way to the Hall of Fame. That's the deal with how big that was.
Young Su
Young Su Month ago
No he wasnt, he was a very solid qb but still had to prove much more to be a hall of famer
jason m.
jason m. 3 months ago
This is the single greatest season story ever in NFL history. The 1999 Rams are a distant second.
Ravens#52RayLewis
Ravens#52RayLewis 3 months ago
@Hector Rodriguez the rams might have a better chance against Oakland
Hector Rodriguez
Hector Rodriguez 3 months ago
Can you imagine if they played the Pittsburgh Steelers or the Oakland Raiders in the Super Bowl not the patriots?
Hector Rodriguez
Hector Rodriguez 3 months ago
The 2001 New England Patriots is arguably one of the greatest underdog true stories I ever saw during the scary sad times after 9/11 in 2001 when the world Changed just like the world has changed during this COVID-19 crisis and racism going on in this country and world today sadly.
Devin Marbury
Devin Marbury 3 months ago
9/11, red white and blue, PATRIOTS, stupid call by the refs, cheating, fuck em.
Jonny Ballgame
Jonny Ballgame 3 months ago
R.I.P. Gil Santos
Roeland Meijer
Roeland Meijer 3 months ago
These sports history lessons are very much appreciated at tihs time. I love this shit.
Hector Rodriguez
Hector Rodriguez 3 months ago
2001 Was a very scary tough year and the world was changed because of 9/11 the 2001 Patriots did that no one in the world thought they can beat the St. Louis Rams A.K.A The Greatest Show on Turf in the SB but they did and became a Dynasty of the 2000's and 2010's
redmustang04 redmustang04
The tuck rule call. Yeah it should have been a fumble, but the Raiders didn't stop the Pats offense into getting into field goal range. They Raider defense didn't stop the Pats in over time to get the Pats offense into the field goal range. Just because you got screwed, doesn't mean you give up. You stop them and the Raiders didn't do that.
Dan the Man
Dan the Man 3 months ago
At 10-3, the Raiders had a 1st Round bye all but locked up. Then they... * lost at home to the 6-7 Titans * lost at the 7-7 Broncos * lost at home to the 9-6 Jets All they had to do was win 1 of those games. (and that doesn't even count losing at home to 4-6 Arizona in Week #12) They also had the #11 scoring defense in the AFC (6th-worst) and #19 scoring defense in the entire NFL. The Rams had the #1 scoring offense (90 points more than the #2 Colts). And the Raiders didn't have Bill Belichick to game plan against St. Louis. The Raiders would've been cannon fodder vs the Rams, if they would've even been able to get past Pittsburgh.
Ravens#52RayLewis
Ravens#52RayLewis 3 months ago
That's what I've been saying THANK YOU that's all I wanted
Hector Rodriguez
Hector Rodriguez 3 months ago
Let’s put it this way let’s just say what if the tuck rule did not exist? The Raiders will win by fumble move on to the AFC championship game possibly be the Pittsburgh Steelers and possibly beat the St. Louis Rams in Super Bowl 36
MrJLov13
MrJLov13 3 months ago
In all honesty, it's the Raiders own fault for even having to go to New England to play that game in the first place. If they had just beaten the Jets in the regular-season finale, who knows how different that game could have been if it had been in Oakland.
Sanusuke Wan
Sanusuke Wan 3 months ago
40:50 6 maybe more
Ricardo Masvidal
Ricardo Masvidal 3 months ago
Tuck Rule is the reason this happened. To this day I dont understand the rule thankfully it's gone
Nancy Pine
Nancy Pine 3 months ago
The Tuck Rule was used against the Patriots in week 2 of that year; the game where Bledsoe was injured. Afterward, Al Davis and Jon Gruden whined so much about how unfair it was that the league got rid of it. But the Patriots didn't whine when the Jets used it.
Ravens#52RayLewis
Ravens#52RayLewis 3 months ago
@AHMAD2423 it's not cheating when it's in the rulebook that's called the opposite of cheating
AHMAD2423
AHMAD2423 3 months ago
I understand it perfectly it's called CHEATING!
Hector Rodriguez
Hector Rodriguez 3 months ago
Let’s just say what if the tuck rule did not exist if that was a fumble it’s a fumble the Raiders will win move on to the AFC championship possibly beat the Pittsburgh Steelers and possibly beat the St. Louis Rams a.k.a. the greatest show on turf in Super Bowl 36
brian lennon
brian lennon 3 months ago
There were 2 seconds left after vintaria kick....patriots should have had to kick off to rams....
Dan the Man
Dan the Man 3 months ago
Yup. To this day, the only Super Bowl that's never been completed. Cal-Stanford. Music City Miracle. And there are others, including Dolphins-Patriots. If there's still time on the clock, you keep playing. Boggles my mind how the referees/NFL decided that game was over.
Joel Yetz
Joel Yetz 3 months ago
Could you imagine if something happened on that kickoff though?
Mikey666 Stoneking 69
One of the greatest underdog stories in sports history. ❤️
Hector Rodriguez
Hector Rodriguez 3 months ago
and one of the Greatest Turnaround in NFL History
AHMAD2423
AHMAD2423 3 months ago
Should gave Marshall Faulk the GOTDAM ball more. The best player on the field bar none and his own Coach held him back, SMGDH
Marvin Lynch
Marvin Lynch Month ago
The crazy thing is Mike Martz made the same mistake in the 1st half of the NFCCG, when they trailed Philly...they ran Marshall in the 2nd half, and he finished with 159 yds on 31 carries
Will H
Will H 3 months ago
I think 50 rushing yards in the game, Warner set another passing yards record so the production was possible but more running would have worn the defense down emotionally like the Pat's did to Seattle.
Hector Rodriguez
Hector Rodriguez 3 months ago
God can you imagine if the St. Louis Rams won the Super Bowl and did not lose to the patriots?
Jul Bird
Jul Bird 3 months ago
I agree you think he would of got more carries
Logan Arkels
Logan Arkels 3 months ago
Hey don’t respond to that wanna be friends comment it’s a bot that will hack your channel if you click on it
Cormac Doyle
Cormac Doyle 3 months ago
Question if Bledsloe doesn't get injured vs jets does the patriots have the dynasty that they have
Joel Yetz
Joel Yetz 3 months ago
Brady was a sixth-rounder, which a lot of people forget. No one was talking about him being a starter at all before the hit on Bledsoe. My guess is he'd become a CFL star or something. Patriots probably get someone in free agency in 03 or something like that.
jason m.
jason m. 3 months ago
No. Bledsoe hung on five more years. Brady would've left in free agency in 2004.
Hector Rodriguez
Hector Rodriguez 3 months ago
That's a good Question if Drew Bledosloe did not get hurt Drew plays while Brady sits on the Bench be in the playoffs but not be and win the Super Bowl Rams will win that year
Cormac Doyle
Cormac Doyle 3 months ago
@Crimson Zephyr but would Tom Brady been as good as he was in 2001 if he started in 2004 with out a superbowl win
Crimson Zephyr
Crimson Zephyr 3 months ago
I think Brady would have taken over in like 2003 or 2004. BB and Bledsoe didn't mesh well, and I think a 2001 season filled with ugly losses like the first two games would have soured the team on keeping him.
Paul Robinson
Paul Robinson 3 months ago
This is the greatest dynasty in modern football/sports history. There is the Patriots in the NFL and Alabama in CFB that accomplished something no other team has ever done around the same time period. And seeing the link between Belichick and Saban makes it even more remakable.
Ravens#52RayLewis
Ravens#52RayLewis 24 days ago
@AHMAD2423 oh please John Elway and Dan Marino only missed 10% of their careers due to injury and played in that same era of "violent football" like Montana did they not? They some how were able to compete in the exact same era. Hell even John Elway was able to play his entire career without a torn ACL. How crazy is that? John Elway of 256 possible starts, for his entire career (this is not just the 80s since he retired after the 1998 season) he played for nearly 90% of his games. Dan Marino for his entire career out of 270 possible starts played 89% of his games. Now we have Joe Montana out of 217 possible starts he only played in 75% of his games. The dude ,who you claim is the GOAT, missed 25% of his career due to injury. While Marino and Elway were only missing around 10% guys this is a huge difference. So why is it that Montana is hurt so often but his contemporaries aren't? That's kind of strange right? I mean if the era was so bad and that's your argument to use for Montana against Brady? Then what about these other guys? Marino would stay in the pocket, but he would take the hit in order to get the pass off. Elway, he would leave the pocket like Joe but he still managed to play more games? Brett Favre, he played almost through the entire 90s and he has the most starts for a quarterback at 297. During the era of the whole Bountygate and Headhunting thing Farve still didn't miss any games and neither did Drew Brees, Tom Brady, or Peyton Manning. Enough with the toughness thing ok? Pass interference was also called nearly as often back in those days. This notion that its weak in today's NFL is one of ,if not the biggest, misconceptions there is about NFL Football. But every time I watch a Montana game, it seems like it's only a matter of time before he's laying on the ground...again...for the third time in a row.... "Tougher era" spare me the melodrama
Ravens#52RayLewis
Ravens#52RayLewis 3 months ago
@AHMAD2423 oh really? Need I remind that Brady played in an era of the AFC that's featured teams like Brady and the Patriots played in an era of the AFC including: Peyton Manning's Broncos and Colts The Ravens with Ray Lewis and Ed Reed Big Ben's Steelers LaDainian Tomlinson's and Philip Rivers Chargers Even teams like: Patrick Mahomes Chiefs McNair's Titans The Texans with JJ Watt and DeAndre Hopkins The New York Jets with Rex Ryan and Darrell Revis and Jacksonville Jaguars have all had quality teams And nor did I mention that Brady has gone toe to toe with some of the greatest defenses in the NFL including: The 2000s Steelers: Troy Polamalu, James Harrison, Ryan Clark, and TJ Watt The 2000s Ravens: Ray Lewis, Terrell Suggs, Haloti Ngata, and Ed Reed The 2002 Buccaneers: Sapp, Brooks, Barber, Rice, Lynch, Kelly The New York Jets with Rex Ryan and Darelle Revis The Super Bowl New York Giants: Strahan and Justin Tuck twice! The Leigon of Boom from Seattle: Sherman, Browner, Chancellor, and Thomas The 2015 Denver Broncos: Miller, DeMarcus Ware, Aqib Talib, and Chris Harris And most recently the 2017 "Sacksonville" Jaguars: Jalen Ramsey, AJ Bouye, and Calais Campbell Those aren't great teams? Those aren't great players? He's stuck it to the best of the best over his career...
AHMAD2423
AHMAD2423 3 months ago
@Jonny Ballgame So by that logic Bill Russell is the Greatest Athlete of All-time then... Because he went 13 Finals and won 11 Joe faced wayyy better competition than Tom Brady will or ever faced. Joe had to go up against those 80's powerhouse team's like The Bears, Redskins, and Giants. I'm not shitten on Brady but I strongly disagree that he's the Greatest QB of All-time. An I made no valid points... Shidd, and you think you did...🤣🤣🤣
Jonny Ballgame
Jonny Ballgame 3 months ago
@AHMAD2423 you still did not address the point. Joe lost many times and never made it to the big game. 4 and 0 was your original statement. Brady went to 9 superbowls. And the league today is designed to be more competitive with the salary cap. You made no valid points.
Hector Rodriguez
Hector Rodriguez 3 months ago
As a Packers fan I hate Tom Brady and the patriots but I think you can make a strong argument he is the best player of those two decades 2000’s and 2010’s
Crimson Zephyr
Crimson Zephyr 3 months ago
My favorite episode.
Sanusuke Wan
Sanusuke Wan 3 months ago
This last time Brady in America game ain't?
Gerald Jumawan
Gerald Jumawan 3 months ago
The only time hes in
Cormac Doyle
Cormac Doyle 3 months ago
Man the start of the big evil dynasty
Cormac Doyle
Cormac Doyle 3 months ago
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