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NFL Hall Of Famer Claims Brady Would Have Been Career Back-Up If Not For Tuck Rule

NFL Hall Of Famer Tim Brown Claims New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady Would Have Been Career Back-Up If Not For Tuck Rule

NFL Hall Of Famer Tim Brown  Claims New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady Would Have Been Career Back-Up If Not For Tuck Rule

NFL.comWhile Tom Brady’s legacy is being celebrated this week by fans, media and leaders of the free world alike, there are some who feel like the former sixth-round pick would have remained that way had it not been for a fortuitous call back on January 19, 2002.

Raiders fans know this as the Tuck Rule game. …

“I tell people all the time, if Tom Brady would just start out every interview saying ‘I wanna thank the Oakland Raiders,’ I’d be happy and I’d let it go,” legendary wide receiver Tim Brown said on Good Morning Football on Wednesday. “But until that day happens, I’m not gonna let it go. Because think about this — if he loses that game, he’s a kid who lost a home game to a West Coast team in the snow. So he’s not starting the next year. Because we were the Raiders, any other team, that game is over. Because it was the Raiders, it took them 12 minutes to come up with an answer.”

Holy shit, has this guy taken too many hits to the head? Tim Brown might want to get a mental evaluation asap, how can someone in their right mind think that this is an accurate statement on Tom Brady.

If you think for one minute that the Tuck Rule game changed the greatest qb of all-times career you are a moron. Brady is the GOAT, four Super Bowl victories and on the verge of notching his fifth, name one other QB that has done that…. none. If Brady wins this Sunday he will have the most Super Bowl wins of any QB in NFL history.

Brown is just a salty former Oakland Raider who is stuck in the dark ages trying to relive his glory days of being a loser.

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