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5 fumbles and a pick

out played Brady


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Montana is Jordan
Brady is Kobe
Both of them great.
One of them greater.
Originally posted by TinyHandsBigHeart:
Originally posted by qwestlove94:
Dude, seriously, your name is tiny hands big heart, you can pretend if you want but dont make me pull up you old posts. What I meant was its peculiar and in my opinion nearly blasphemous for a Die hard 49ers fan to argue that Tom brady is better than Joe Montana, especially on this forum. Only a mind who is delusional enough to still think that AS is the best qb on the team could come up with such nonsense. Take into account that 20 years ago flags werent thrown for breathing on qbs and DBs could dam near bump and run all the way down the field, and recievers didnt wear skirts and draw penalties for arm tackles over the middle. Not saying Brady is not good, Im a Michigan Alum so theres always a soft spot in my heart for him, but F**k no he's not better than Montana

lol, just because my nick is TinyHandsBigHeart doesn't mean I'm tied to Alex Smith forever. Alex Smith was a great QB for us, but it's clear that his era is coming to a close. I've accepted that.

As for the Montana/Brady debate, it's not really even a debate anymore outside of 49erland and I think even most 49er fans are willing to acknowledge that Brady is right up there with Montana now. Yea, it is easier to pass now, but it's not like guys like Marino didn't put up huge numbers back then. Brady has managed to win 3 superbowls and go to 5 while also putting up some of the best passing stats of his era. He's clearly the best.

I can understand why other 49er fans have a hard time acknowledging that. It wasn't easy for me either. It's hard to accept when your legendary players of old are passed by. However, it's something that is inevitable in sports and life. No matter how great someone is or how great a record is, someone better will always come along and every record will eventually be broken.

Ok so he has better stats than Montana or he has, i'll even buy that he was a better reg season qb, but how many superbowls has montana lost???? You can say he's up there with montana for sure, you can even mention his name in the same convo as best qb ever, but he is not better than Joe Montana, the giants proved that twice, everyone knows that if you get pressure in Brady's Face then he becomes average, as evidenced by our defense as well.
Originally posted by 49erCanuck:
Montana is Jordan
Brady is Kobe
Both of them great.
One of them greater.

This
Originally posted by qwestlove94:
Ok so he has better stats than Montana or he has, i'll even buy that he was a better reg season qb, but how many superbowls has montana lost???? You can say he's up there with montana for sure, you can even mention his name in the same convo as best qb ever, but he is not better than Joe Montana, the giants proved that twice, everyone knows that if you get pressure in Brady's Face then he becomes average, as evidenced by our defense as well.

Montana had a bit of a problem getting past the Giants as well. The difference being that they played in the same conference. I suppose if you believe that losing in the super bowl is worse than losing in the championship game or divisional round then Montana is better, but I just don't agree with that. Losing in the playoffs is the same whether it's in the wildcard round or the superbowl.
Originally posted by TinyHandsBigHeart:
Originally posted by qwestlove94:
Ok so he has better stats than Montana or he has, i'll even buy that he was a better reg season qb, but how many superbowls has montana lost???? You can say he's up there with montana for sure, you can even mention his name in the same convo as best qb ever, but he is not better than Joe Montana, the giants proved that twice, everyone knows that if you get pressure in Brady's Face then he becomes average, as evidenced by our defense as well.

Montana had a bit of a problem getting past the Giants as well. The difference being that they played in the same conference. I suppose if you believe that losing in the super bowl is worse than losing in the championship game or divisional round then Montana is better, but I just don't agree with that. Losing in the playoffs is the same whether it's in the wildcard round or the superbowl.

No, losing in the playoffs is not the same as losing a superbowl after being undefeated.
Kaep >>> RGIII
Originally posted by TinyHandsBigHeart:
Originally posted by qwestlove94:
Ok so he has better stats than Montana or he has, i'll even buy that he was a better reg season qb, but how many superbowls has montana lost???? You can say he's up there with montana for sure, you can even mention his name in the same convo as best qb ever, but he is not better than Joe Montana, the giants proved that twice, everyone knows that if you get pressure in Brady's Face then he becomes average, as evidenced by our defense as well.

Montana had a bit of a problem getting past the Giants as well. The difference being that they played in the same conference. I suppose if you believe that losing in the super bowl is worse than losing in the championship game or divisional round then Montana is better, but I just don't agree with that. Losing in the playoffs is the same whether it's in the wildcard round or the superbowl.

Let me ask you this question then. If you had 1 game to play with everything on the line, who would you choose Brady or Montana?
Originally posted by qwestlove94:
No, losing in the playoffs is not the same as losing a superbowl after being undefeated.

Why? What makes the superbowl more significant than the NFC championship game or the divisional round. Hell, usually the conference championship game is harder to win than the superbowl.
ted robinson mentioned that kaeps hands are a bit smaller than whats expected of his size

i guess both our qbs have small hands
Originally posted by dwy621:
Let me ask you this question then. If you had 1 game to play with everything on the line, who would you choose Brady or Montana?

Tough choice. Probably Brady. I mean, the guy did just come back from 28 down against the #1 defense in harsh weather in about a quarter.
This lame thread is out of control.

I'm suprised it is not locked
Originally posted by TinyHandsBigHeart:
Originally posted by dwy621:
Let me ask you this question then. If you had 1 game to play with everything on the line, who would you choose Brady or Montana?

Tough choice. Probably Brady. I mean, the guy did just come back from 28 down against the #1 defense in harsh weather in about a quarter.


He did NOT "come back", he lost the game. That does not qualify as a comeback.

Montana had more "it" factor than just about anyone else who has ever played. Brady has a better arm and maybe even better accuracy, that is why he puts up huge numbers. I LOVE Brady, but Montana had more magic than even him.
Originally posted by ads_2006:
ted robinson mentioned that kaeps hands are a bit smaller than whats expected of his size

i guess both our qbs have small hands

I think he's fine... for some reason Alex rarely did pump fakes..I've always thought it was because he was afraid to lose the ball (only rare pump fakes he did were with his shoulders)......but both he and Kaep have similar hand sizes......but Kaep did that nice one that was a draw to Frank Gore. Full extended pump fake to the WR, then quickly handed it off to Gore.
[ Edited by Afrikan on Dec 17, 2012 at 6:10 PM ]
Originally posted by 49erCanuck:
Montana is Jordan
Brady is Kobe
Both of them great.
One of them greater.

this is brilliant