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Nefarious Bill


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 15, 2012 4:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

TommyC376 wrote:
http://www.cbssports.com/mcc/blogs/entry/22475988/32531903

Courtesy of Ravens defensive tackle Haloti Ngata...


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In an interview with Dan Patrick that will appear in Sports Illustrated, Ngata was asked to name a quarterback he likes to hit.

"I love hitting Tom Brady because he always complains. He thinks he should never be touched," he said. Patrick then asked if the officials listen to Brady and throw the flag. "No," said Ngata. "My hits are usually clean."


While he may not complain about the refs during the post game. He complains alot after he is hit.




I saw this link coming from 50 miles away. Its what people who loathe Brady and claims he cries after every hit always fall back on- its their ultimate- and only- weapon to try and justify their hate for a QB that sodomizes their team Sunday after Sunday. So I'll just post the same post I always make when someone continuously spouts the biggest fallacy in the NFL:

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Yep, Brady always cries when he gets hit and always looks for a flag right after contact. Plus you get flagged if you get with in 5 yards of him. Just watch-

Not only does Brady lay on the field for 20 minutes, He immediately starts waving his arms begging the refs for a flag-

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=HlbHhqeyLnQ

After 9 flags were thrown on that play and 75 penalty yards were assesed, Dumervil was immediately banned from the league and had to continue his career in the CFL.

Brady has even hired actors to film montages of him getting hit with a stunt double in order to help his case-

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Egf6ZmUI4Fg

For some reason, CBS aired that during a game against the Lions, who have to have one of the worst defensive lines in football. Never in a million years would they have any hope of ever touching Brady.

But that wasn't the first time. Albert haynesworth plows into Brady for a sack and the first thing Brady does is start flailing his arms for a flag-

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=KD6mJsvy0MA

Haynesworth was actually sentenced to 5 years in prison for this hit.

And another case-

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=oWoI60lkVdg

Ellis barely touches Brady and immediately 3 flags are thrown. Brady actually gets on his hands and knees and pleads with the refs for a flag after this one.

And it stems from him always being able to get away with calls, even back during his first season as a starter.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=j_EngM7HmUA

Here in 2001, Brady gets hit in the Bills game and after laying on the field for 40 minutes before he could be airlifted to the nearest hospital, he musters up enough sissy strength to mouth the words 'unecessary roughness' to a teammate.

Not even after crying his way to a Superbowl is Lady Brady beyond begging for a flag. Here he gets destroyed by the Giant's Alford-

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=AzCLZPMBeDM

And of course, his first instinct, is to motion to the sidelines for a flag. Or maybe he was motioning for a timeout. But given his track record as a [profanity deleted], I'm betting it was for a flag.

But if I had to pick one play that sets Brady's legacy as a sissy in stone, it would have to be this play here that happened just last year-

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=S4VGDYm-sf0

The fragile candyass figures "Hey its the Ravens defensive line. They've never been any good and they hit like 70 year old chemo patients. Especially that geriatric Ray Lewis. Hes never been known for a good hit." Some how the baby scores. And even that Ray Lewis guy manages a hit thats hard enough to tear open Brady's pack of kotexes (super absorbant since hes such a puss) which caused a delay of game since the grounds crew had to spend 4 minutes picking them all up.

I don't understand why defensive coordinators don't always game plan to get to Lady Brady. If enough did, maybe, just maybe, it would happen so much that the NFL would have to stop always giving him calls. Then maybe one day, it would happen enough for you to easily go to youtube and spend 5 minutes hunting for videos to dispell silly notions like Brady being atleast averagely tough instead of the crybaby titwhistle [inappropriate/removed] everyone in the league knows he is.



Pay particular attention to the bolded section. I guarantee I watch more Pats games than you do a year (16 plus playoffs) and almost every game I see Brady get knocked on his [inappropriate/removed], because you know, thats sort of what every DC in the NFL is scheming to do. If I had video editing software, I would love to make a compilation of Brady taking shots just to show the 'he always cries for a flag/ 'he never gets touched' crowd how full of it they are.


Remember kids, if you can't logically back your argument, just point your finger at Brady.
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Richter


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 15, 2012 5:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

It all stems from that one play where Brady pointed to the ground against the Ravens. Since then, the idiot brigade latched onto the "Brady the whiner" narrative for dear life, because they have nothing else. All you should ever have to do is play the footage of the spear Brady took against the Jaguars back in 2006 from Clint Ingram. End of story.

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Nefarious Bill


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PostPosted: Thu Nov 15, 2012 5:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Richter wrote:
It all stems from that one play where Brady pointed to the ground against the Ravens. Since then, the idiot brigade latched onto the "Brady the whiner" narrative for dear life, because they have nothing else. All you should ever have to do is play the footage spear Brady took against the Jaguars back in 2006 from Clint Ingram. End of story.



If you could acquire a video or youtube link of that, I'd appreciate it. I almost need to find someone with some editing talent to teach me how to splice the games I have into a youtube montage of Brady getting the hell knocked out of him since -you know- it never happens. And when it does, 34 flags fly onto the field.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 15, 2012 8:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Trentwannabe wrote:
Pats#1 wrote:
Trentwannabe wrote:
samgurl775 wrote:
TommyC376 wrote:
Here is a video of him throwing a hissy fit after his helmet hits one of his teammates.

http://youtu.be/mt-RTym0bls
Do you watch football? Have you ever seen a wide receiver not beg for a flag after an incomplete pass? How many times have you seen a quarterback go up to a ref after an incompletion arguing for pass interference? Stop acting like this is something exclusive to Brady, because it's not.


But it was one of your Patriot followers that made it seem like it was only Fitz who has ever done this..

anyways, all I can say is Karma.


Find that quote from me and I will never come on this site again...please find where i said "Fitz is the only QB who complains about refs".

It's okay....I'll wait.


show me where i was referring to you?

It's okay, i'll wait.

and obviously this has nothing to do with the bills/patriots, but for those who say Spikes isn't dirty..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4RNVFiV-Hvs

what do you cal that?


Please find that mysterious pats fan you were referring to then and show me a quote....

it's okay....i'll wait Laughing
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