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He's got to catch:
254 Games, 14,268 yards, 103 TD's.
games played means next to nothing..... if he is able to play 100 games he will be very close to 100 TD's
“If you remember me, then I don't care if everyone else forgets.” ― Haruki Murakami
I don't think he gets that many yards, but I bet he gets more than 103 TD's.
List of QBs who threw to Tony Gonzalez:
List of QBs who threw to Gronk:
I think it's reasonable to say that Gronk has had much better QB play thus far. I think it's also fair to assume that his production will fall off some after Brady retires. Obviously New England could replace him with another HOFer, as the 49ers did for Jerry Rice, but I think that's probably doubtful.
Edit: I forgot Tyler Thigpen.
This post was edited by thejumper5 18 months ago
I'd say Kobe, but he's fallen off the pace and doesn't look like he'll turn it around.
Plus, people seem deadset on Jordan being the GOAT no matter what happens, so I doubt it will ever happen.
Tiger is the greatest IMO, and I don't think its as close as others do.
If we're including coaches, Coach K from Duke is definitely in the discussion.
Why should we have to go to class if we came here to play FOOTBALL, we ain't come to play SCHOOL, classes are POINTLESS
Warren Moon is phenomenal, and Rich Gannon was decent.
The rest are pretty atrocious though, until Ryan when Gonzales started collecting Social Security checks.
Moon only started 1 game, at age 44, for the Chiefs, so I wouldn't consider him as phenomenal at that point.
Whoops, point taken.
That list is pretty bad though.
John Bones Jones.
Bank it. He's a phenom.
Pain is temporary. It may last a minute, or it may last a year. But eventually, it will subside. If i quit, however it will last forever.
Yeah, I'm sure his production will drop some. I will be interested to see how much he is targeted next season if Welker leaves the pats.
no on federer. his 10-18 record vs. nadal bounces him. i'd take rod laver.
no on lebron. jordan better.
i still believe tiger has a chance
What is happiness? The feeling that power is growing, that resistance is overcome.--Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
wes welker's major choking the last two years hasn't helped brady
Brady's 3 super bowl wins and 2 losses > Peyton's 1 win and 1 loss
I'd be willing to bet he gets at least one more.
Isn't Bradshaw 4-0 in superbowls?
Because he's not better than Patrick Roy.
That's why I said don't count on it. It's just something to watch out for, but like I said, I don't expect him to.
Unequivocally The GOAT: Shawn White / Roger Federer / Joey Chestnut / Michael Phelps / Usain Bolt
IN THE CONVO:
Football: Ray Lewis, Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Randy Moss, Calvin Johnson, Adrian Peterson, Champ Bailey, Tony Gonzalez, Ed Reed, Antonio Gates
Basketball: LeBron, Duncan, Kobe, Nash and Dirk (Still a TON of young talent in the league that could make this list)
Hockey: Martin Brodeur
Baseball: I don't care anymore
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Tiger is without a doubt GOAT. Jack winning more majors doesn't make him a better player. Plus Tiger will likely beat that record when all is said and done.
When Tiger was in his prime(s) he won at a rate unprecedented in the sport. His winning % is much greater than Jack's.
Plus Tiger was his best when everything was on the line. That birdie on the 72nd hole in 08 is still one of the best sporting moments I've ever seen.
Not surer about Brady. I'm still thinking Montana.
Rivera - no
James - definitely no
Gonzalez - no
Which closer, small forward, and tight end would you put ahead of those guys?
As I stated earlier, federer is not GOAT. He's lost 18 times to nadal while only winning 10. GOAT is laver. Two single season grand slams and At least 4 of his prime years he didn't play grand slams due to pro/amateur rules
The tennis discussion is over ITT
Federer/Sampras are equals IMO. Fed has better all-around game, but Pete's serve way better, he played in an era with more dominant players and he's the better athlete.
Lott > Reed
Joe > Brady
Laver says Pete is GOAT
Pete is a great player as long as he doesn't have to play on clay. Laver is a class act who is too modest to name himself
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