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    Brady wows his receivers

    Wondering if we can get a 4 page thread going on a QB that plays for the Pats.


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    Re: Brady wows his receivers

    Quote Originally Posted by RamWraith
    Wondering if we can get a 4 page thread going on a QB that plays for the Pats.
    If...
    1. this were a Pats message board, and
    2. the Pats released Brady in a manner that left a lot of questions in the minds of some fans, and
    3. there were a number of above mentioned fans on above mentioned message board who were interested in discussing the above mentioned release of the above mentioned Brady, then

    ...yea, I think it could be done.
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    Re: Brady wows his receivers

    You don't think that happened with Bledsoe?? Green played for the Rams too. Lets talk about how Green is wowing his receivers. Or maybe we can talk about how good Carter played last season and at least he didn't have a drinking problem. Conwell, now that's a story, up unto the point of him breaking is leg. And how about Ricky; didn't the Panthers go to the Super Bowl because of him?

    Point is Warner is no longer a Ram!

    Like I have said 100 times we have lost a lot of key people on this team. Why is Warner any different the Proehl, Conwell, Carter, Fletcher, Az, Hodgins, Miller, Farr, Lyle, Lyght, Wistrom?

    Its all relative people. Its time to move on.

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    Re: Brady wows his receivers

    You don't think that happened with Bledsoe??
    Yes, I do.
    Green played for the Rams too. Lets talk about how Green is wowing his receivers.
    The difference of course being that when Warner replaced Green he went that season to win a SB and league MVP, whereas Bulger didn't. Don't misconstrue that as a knock on Bulger, but it's a fact.
    Conwell, now that's a story, up unto the point of him breaking is leg. And how about Ricky; didn't the Panthers go to the Super Bowl because of him?
    I would have loved to see us keep both of them, but that's why they call them free agents. They chose to leave.
    Why is Warner any different the Proehl, Conwell, Carter, Fletcher, Az, Hodgins, Miller, Farr, Lyle, Lyght, Wistrom?
    Warner is a 2-time MVP who amassed the highest QB-rating of all-time, and then got cut. Most of those other guys left of their own accord. If you can find a former MVP that got cut in that list, I'm sure there are posters who would be glad to discuss them.
    Its all relative people. Its time to move on.
    As I've said before, nobody's standing around, holding candles in the shape of #13, keeping watch for the return of Warner. Everyone has already (for lack of better term) "moved on". I'm quite sure everyone has been "moved on" since at least June, if not before. If you look at any of these threads, it is rare to find the first mention of the word "Warner" being posted by someone who isn't bashing him or trying to compare him to Bulger.

    Let me simplify. Questioning the release of Warner does not equate to not "moving on".
    "Before the gates of excellence the high gods have placed sweat; long is the road thereto and rough and steep at first; but when the heights are reached, then there is ease, though grievously hard in the winning." --- Hesiod

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