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    I <3 Married Pussy Millennial_Messiah's Avatar
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    Rodgers don't cheat.

    Rodgers is more clutch.

    Rodgers didn't get carried to 3 championships by an all-world defense early in his career. He won one in his 20s with his arm, though.

    Whenever the Packers lose, it's because his defense sucks. Would have won his second ring in 14-15 if not for an incredibly fluky onside kick recovery botched by a 3rd string tight end.

    The offense is always humming. Even played well against Seattle.

    Rodgers can pocket pass, scramble pass, or run with his legs. Brady can only pocket pass.

    Rodgers has 5 hail mary TD's in his career.

    Oh, and Rodgers didn't drop a sure touchdown in the Super Bowl which would have been the difference... especially when the other team's pocket QB caught one in the same quarter, no less.

    Rodgers's coach is a trashy big old hillbilly, and keeps his job only because of Rodgers. Brady's coach is a cheater, but he's also the Sith Lord of football.

    Rodgers is simply the better player.

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    I mean I would personally put some of Steve Young or Brett Farve's individual seasons above Joe Montana's but Joe had the superior career. Feel this also applies to Brady & Rodgers. 2007 Brady though...

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    I don't like Brady either, but blaming him for dropping a pass is re ed. He's a slow, 41-year-old QB, not a wide receiver. It was a dumb playcall to begin with.

    But yes, Rodgers is simply better. He might be the closest thing we've seen to the perfect QB.

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    2014-2016 Brady was better than 2007 Brady. 2007 Brady got bailed out by Moss a ton, couldn’t handle pass rush up the middle, actually had a weaker arm (or at least terrible form on deep throws leading to ty foating ducks), targeted Welker way too much, and didn’t throw as tight a spiral.

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    More Chug, Less Glug Monostradamus's Avatar
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    Rodgers don't cheat.

    Rodgers is more clutch.

    Rodgers didn't get carried to 3 championships by an all-world defense early in his career. He won one in his 20s with his arm, though.

    Whenever the Packers lose, it's because his defense sucks. Would have won his second ring in 14-15 if not for an incredibly fluky onside kick recovery botched by a 3rd string tight end.

    The offense is always humming. Even played well against Seattle.

    Rodgers can pocket pass, scramble pass, or run with his legs. Brady can only pocket pass.

    Rodgers has 5 hail mary TD's in his career.

    Oh, and Rodgers didn't drop a sure touchdown in the Super Bowl which would have been the difference... especially when the other team's pocket QB caught one in the same quarter, no less.

    Rodgers's coach is a trashy big old hillbilly, and keeps his job only because of Rodgers. Brady's coach is a cheater, but he's also the Sith Lord of football.

    Rodgers is simply the better player.
    Brady didn’t drop a sure TD you dumb unless you think he was gonna outrun everybody for 40 more yards.

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    Oh, and of course, 5 to 1

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    Aaron Rodgers number one, not really debatable.

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    Aaron Rodgers number one, not really debatable.
    Avante's already back with a new account, I see. That didn't take long.

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    1. Aaron Rodgers
    2. Peyton Manning
    3. Tom Brady
    4. Dan Marino
    5. Joe Montana
    6. Drew Brees
    7. Big Ben

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    Brady has the best resume in history, doubt anybody will ever surpass him, although Montana is debatable..

    In terms of raw talent, it's a different list..Rodgers is probably #1 if we're talking ability to make throws that nobody else can + mobility, etc..

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    Brady has the best resume in history, doubt anybody will ever surpass him, although Montana is debatable..

    In terms of raw talent, it's a different list..Rodgers is probably #1 if we're talking ability to make throws that nobody else can + mobility, etc..
    This

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    The “but Brady got carried by his defense!” argument loses its weight here when Rodgers’ one SB came with the 2nd best defense in the NFL that gave up 15 PPG. Any notion that Rodgers carried a mediocre or ty defense to a Superbowl is re ed, that defense was every bit as good as the defenses Brady had in the early 2000s.

    Still not quite as stupid as when people try to make the argument with Manning though when his two superbowls came with ty QB play that was bailed out by great defense.

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    1. Aaron Rodgers
    2. Peyton Manning
    3. Tom Brady
    4. Dan Marino
    5. Joe Montana
    6. Drew Brees
    7. Big Ben
    Montana didn't lose in the SB, nor did he cheat like Tampon Tom... Big Ben ranked way too high, another one carried by great defenses... Mahomes could be top 10 when it's all said and done with the pace he's going on.

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    The “but Brady got carried by his defense!” argument loses its weight here when Rodgers’ one SB came with the 2nd best defense in the NFL that gave up 15 PPG. Any notion that Rodgers carried a mediocre or ty defense to a Superbowl is re ed, that defense was every bit as good as the defenses Brady had in the early 2000s.

    Still not quite as stupid as when people try to make the argument with Manning though when his two superbowls came with ty QB play that was bailed out by great defense.
    That 2010 GB defense wasn't ranked very high in terms of yardage, though. They were "bend but don't break".

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    4-25-20 Will Hunting's Avatar
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    That 2010 GB defense wasn't ranked very high in terms of yardage, though. They were "bend but don't break".
    Who gives a ? They were elite in terms of points given up which is what matters.

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    muh yardage

    when’s the last time the scoreboard has shown yardage instead of points tbh

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    1. Aaron Rodgers
    2. Peyton Manning
    3. Tom Brady
    4. Dan Marino
    5. Joe Montana
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    7. Big Ben
    Peyton

    If you think Peyton Manning is better than Tom Brady, there is no helping you. All your football takes should be taken with a grain of salt.

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    How people are still overrating the queen of one-and-dones is beyond me.

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    GB's 2010 defense was elite and loaded with talent(Woodson, Nick Collins, Clay Matthews when he was actually good, Cullen Jenkins and BJ Raji at their peaks, etc)..that run bought Dom Capers and McCarthy an eternity when they should have been fired years ago

    Most QB success is based on their defense and scheme, tbh.. receiving talent is very overrated, as well, most elite QBs don't actually need them to win..even a mediocre or even worse oline can be masked by the most intelligent QBs..it's too difficult to overcome a terrible scheme, though..

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    1. Aaron Rodgers
    2. Peyton Manning
    3. Tom Brady
    4. Dan Marino
    5. Joe Montana
    6. Drew Brees
    7. Big Ben
    In my opinion.

    1.Aaron Rodgers
    2.Tom Brady
    3.Joe Montana
    4.Peyton Manning
    5.Drew Brees
    6.Dan Marino
    7.John Elway
    8.Big Ben
    9.Brett Favre
    10.Philip Rivers

    The old timers played a different game, really don't belong.

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    In my opinion.

    1.Aaron Rodgers
    2.Tom Brady
    3.Joe Montana
    4.Peyton Manning
    5.Drew Brees
    6.Dan Marino
    7.John Elway
    8.Big Ben
    9.Brett Favre
    10.Philip Rivers

    The old timers played a different game, really don't belong.
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    gets banned and can't stay away

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