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  • Brady, the ultimate winner in NFL history, vs Rodgers, the purest passer there ever was. Who is the greatest of all time when we compare both in every way?

    Tom Brady vs Aaron Rodgers

    Tom Brady vs Aaron Rodgers

    by Jesse Unk0

  • Quarterback is the most important position in football. Between yards, touchdowns, interceptions, supporting casts, and championships, it's hard to decide who is the greatest of all time. This article will compare and contrast these things in order to try to determine who is the best QB of all time.

    Why Tom Brady Is the Greatest of All Time (GOAT)

    Why Tom Brady Is the Greatest of All Time (GOAT)

    by Jesse Unk5

  • This article will review the three most iconic instances of Patriots cheating scandals. While they did cheat in some instances, very often the allegations were overblown and the Patriots reputation has suffered far too much.

    Proof the Patriots Didn't Cheat

    Proof the Patriots Didn't Cheat

    by Jesse Unk4

  • The average height of a quarterback in the NFL is 6’3” with most quarterbacks being in the range of 6’2” to 6’5”. The NFL has seen some successful tall QBs like Ben Roethlisberger, Philip Rivers and Cam Newton. The tallest quarterbacks are not necessarily the best as the career of Dan McGwire shows.

    25 Tallest Quarterbacks to Ever Play in the NFL

    25 Tallest Quarterbacks to Ever Play in the NFL

    by Charles Nuamah0

  • The idea that NFL players are underpaid might seem crazy, but when you look beyond the big contracts and Sunday glory, a new truth emerges.

    Are NFL Players Underpaid?

    Are NFL Players Underpaid?

    by CJ Kelly0

  • Tom Brady has won six Super Bowls, four Super Bowl MVP awards, and three AP MVP awards. He has the most playoff wins of all time for a quarterback, and he broke the record for the most post-season passing yards in NFL history. In this article, I'll explain why he needs to keep playing.

    Why 41-Year-Old Tom Brady Still Has More to Play for in his NFL Career!

    Why 41-Year-Old Tom Brady Still Has More to Play for in his NFL Career!

    by James Foglio0

  • This is an basic guide to common penalties in NFL football, intended to help fans understand what is happening when a flag is thrown.

    NFL Football Penalties Explained

    NFL Football Penalties Explained

    by Eric Dockett2

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