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(ESPN)   Brady's social media team is the real MVP   (espn.com) divider line
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6 days ago  
a potential reference to the New England Patriots' comeback from a 28-3 deficit to beat Tampa Bay 34-28 in Super Bowl LI

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6 days ago  
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6 days ago  
What if it was video recorded at 3:28 PM or AM, ever stop to think of that? Huh

Leave Tom Brady alone!!!

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6 days ago  
Pats fan living near Atlanta. 28-3 is one of the all time sports moments for me, but......

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6 days ago  
Brady really leans on that 28-3 much more heavily than anything else in his career.  It's a monster comeback for sure but among his entire career games it seems a lot more personal to him for some reason.
 
6 days ago  
I still think of that more as a "Falcons Choke" than "Patriots Comeback".

Also ... Brady's trying REALLY hard to rehab his "massive douchebag" image for his post-retirement plans, and his social media team really HAS been a real MVP in that department.  But this particular post?  This looks like just Brady being Brady, and no way would a social media team trying to tone down the "massive douchebag" vibe ever approve it.
 
6 days ago  

Slow To Return: I still think of that more as a "Falcons Choke" than "Patriots Comeback".


That's when Matt Ryan showed why he's not elite: when he had to take the elite decision of throwing the ball away, accepting he wasn't getting that 1st down, and just going for the FG, he chose to run away, take a sack for huge negative yardage, and get pushed outside of FG range. That should have been the nail in the coffin moment instead of the turning point of the falcons collapse.
 
6 days ago  

Nana's Vibrator: Brady really leans on that 28-3 much more heavily than anything else in his career.  It's a monster comeback for sure but among his entire career games it seems a lot more personal to him for some reason.


I seem to recall Brady said somewhere (during an interview) he would have been willing to give up two of his SB wins just to get the one ring in 07 (with a full undefeated season, including all games in the postseason). And he had included the win against the Falcons in those two he'd be willing to give up
 
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