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IS TOM BRADY THE LUCKIEST MAN OF ALL TIME?

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I am not a Brady hater and respect his career. Without going into specific or listing things. Is he the luckiest man of all time? I mean over the years everything goes his way and situational stances are always perfect for whatever team he is on. Its like he made a deal with the devil?

 

 
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@Phillip2002

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 Ha, I made the “deal with the devil” comment to my wife earlier today. He is a hell of a quarterback, but the amount of shit that has played out in his favor over the years is absurd. 

 
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Him & Mick Jagger!

 
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And he got the girl, too...life just ain't fair!!!

 
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yep. some are just born with it

 
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Quote Originally Posted by smac38:

@Phillip2002  Ha, I made the “deal with the devil” comment to my wife earlier today. He is a hell of a quarterback, but the amount of shit that has played out in his favor over the years is absurd.

Like its crazy right? He even gets the Super bowl on his home turf this year. first time ever. People should be able to acknowledge that he is a  great QB and a super super lucky dude

 
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Staged entertainment

 
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I guess you are born winner, cannot be winner later in life

 
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He supposedly never had one sip of coffee either. In his life. That's pretty fuckin weird in my book

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Quote Originally Posted by undermysac:

He supposedly never had one sip of coffee either. In his life. That's pretty fuckin weird in my book

I've personaly had very Little coffee. Too much  soda though

 
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You need to have some luck no doubt and he does seem to get his share---but then he earned the chance to cash in on any lucky breaks so it all evens out

 
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As we say in poker, he's a straight up luck box.

 
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Quote Originally Posted by undermysac:

He supposedly never had one sip of coffee either. In his life. That's pretty fuckin weird in my book
That's amazing... I knew he stays away from caffeine but not one cup of coffee ever? 

 
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Quote Originally Posted by Digitalkarma:

yep. some are just born with it

he’s batting .1000 still. It’s surreal

 
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@Phillip2002

 And it all started with the Tuck Rule!

 
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Quote Originally Posted by CanadaCup:

@Phillip2002  And it all started with the Tuck Rule!

I'll never forget. My sister's wedding reception. Room full of Raider's fans simultaneously having their hearts broken. 

 
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He’s literally the NFL’s poster boy. Gets calls that no other QB has ever gotten. 

 
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I read he made a 500k bonus to make the super bowl.  Ontop of the 30M per year contract..and his Victoria secret super.model wife..

 

Tommy is cooler then the other side of the pillow.  My favorite player of all time.  Iam so super happy for him today. .  Its good to be lucky.

 

Legend has it he flops royal flushes every hand in poker..lmfaoaoaoa

 
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I'm an Eagles fan so sort of naturally hate Brady.  I'm also a big Peyton Stan.  So more Brady hate there.  But at the end of the day there's no debating anymore, he's the GOAT. He has been for many years before today, but being able to switch conferences and take a losing franchise to the Super Bowl year 1 only cements that further.

With that said, he's had an incredibly fortunate career and benefitted from some of the strangest plays and situations ever in professional football.  Other than the season he lost due to injury, it seems like almost everything has gone his way in his career.  

 
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Basterd dumps Michelle Moynahan for a chick that makes (a lot) more money than he does .....
Lead - follow - or get the hell out of the way
 
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Ten Super Bowls... He's the GOAT (even if it is luck).

If the rotation for SB contained Foxboro, it woulda been an extra home game. 

BB's stock is dropping a little, if Brady starts another dynasty, he could be on the hot seat quickly.

Bucs are on a mission, I hate giving them points. 

The Kid vs The GOAT... That's a good game.

 
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don't remind me of the tuck rule fellas...or the immaculate reception

not fair. lol

 
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[Quote: Originally Posted by SuckmyRick]I read he made a 500k bonus to make the super bowl.  Ontop of the 30M per year contract..and his Victoria secret super.model wife..   Tommy is cooler then the other side of the pillow.  My favorite player of all time.  Iam so super happy for him today. .  Its good to be lucky.   Legend has it he flops royal flushes every hand in poker..lmfaoaoaoa[/Quote]

LOL Rick...only $25MIL/year for 2 years with Tampa Bay.

He prolly left $100MIL on the table over 20 years with the Pats because he was getting less than $20MIL/year to help out with the "team budget".

Good for him that he can flip the bird to NE, Belichick, and Kraft.

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