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Haters hate because they are haters. They do not know any of these people personally. Montana, Rice, and Sanders were all very private individuals and did very little in public outside of playing the game yet they still had haters. Maybe less than many but they were there. MJ had and has a ton of haters.
Scored 4 touchdowns...in a single game. Polk High!
And you believe that Montana's talents wouldn't translate into big stats in today's NFL where defensive players cannot hit WRs and QBs?
Brady would quit if he were sacked 8 times in three quarters. Montana responded by throwing 4 TDs in the 4th quarter. That Eagle team's defensive line was Reggie White, Clyde Simmons, Mike Golic and Jerome Brown. Brady had his opportunities to get it done against a similar Giant front and failed twice on the big stage.
This post was edited by gonoles2011 18 months ago
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Hell, did you see his HOF speech? The guy can't even be gracious and friendly for 5 minutes.
No doubt that was awful. Flew in his HS teammate to tell him the coach make a mistake and he should have started over the teammate.
I was a fan of Jordan when I was a little kid and I watched Space Jam. Since then, I've just disliked him more and more every year.
The guy can't seem to be grateful for a second about the gift he's been given in the form of his athletic talents. I have no doubt that the chip on his shoulder is part of the reason he was so driven to be the best, but dude - chill. He really needs to take a step back - he could've been one of the most beloved athletes of all time, but instead he just retreated within himself and lashes out at everyone.
This exactly. He's my favorite player of all time and even I would have loved for him to show an ounce of humbleness and humility. Not much, just some.
"Nobody makes me bleed my own blood, nobody!"
Montana in his prime was the greatest QB to ever play NFL football, there's no question he would dominate the same, if not more, in today's game. He took Montana in a one game scenario so I simply took Brady for arguments sake.
Montana > Brady
People hate Brady because most people envy him.....
The only questionable thing I can say about Rice is when he was an up and comer we asked him along with 14 other NFL players to come to a big Kids-with-Character camp. At the time this camp was a pretty big deal for us. Out of all 15, Rice was the only one who asked if compensation would be provided. There wasn't so he declined. Does that make him a POS? No, not fair to judge him on that alone. There could have been several reasons he didn't come in the end.
I don't hate him because he's good, I hate him because he's a prick like his coach and their fans
Unlike the Humble & Classy Manning Brothers
can't be serious.
I didn't, but heard it was tacky and cheap. Don't care to watch it...
Prolly a combination of jealousy, being associated with Belichick, and the Patriots usually beating the team someone cheers for. I get the dislike for Belichick, but not Brady. Men want to be him (secretly even if they claim to hate him) and women want to be with him.
"Strap on" is "No parts" spelled backwards...coincidence--- I think not!
And the 89' 49'ers would destroy the 07' Pats IMO. That team was absurdly, over-kill deep. The early 90's C'boy teams would do likewise.
Cause he's a douche. Great QB, but a douche all the same.
That's what I'm saying can't deny his talents but he's just not likeable or someone you want to root for
because everyone else was at least polite... Especially since I was asked to attend the game, by the GM of the Tampa Yankees (the Yankees farm team) and he was literally doing nothing as I said, afternoon Mr Jeter and he rolled his eyes and walked away...
It sounds like you look at Brady like I look at A-Rod. You don't know why he's a douche, he just is.
type instead of copy and paste...
You should have shown him this and just said, "WTF BRO?"
This post was edited by Red Goodman 18 months ago
Brady is ridiculously humble and if people say they dont like him it is because they are jealous that the Patriots are so good and their team sucks
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