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    Quote Originally Posted by daddyzgirl;2731529;
    I co-sign on the Tom Brady comments listed above however please don't ask me why I feel that way because I don't really know. All I do know is that when I hear his name, my eyes automatically start rolling - it's a natural reflex, I guess.


    Ditto. Can't really put it into words, but I will go with the previous description of "smarmy"

    On a similar vein - I also cannot stand (yes in fact, hate the coach Bill Beli-Dick. Waaayyy too smug for me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Margaritaville;2731567;
    On a similar vein - I also cannot stand (yes in fact, hate the coach Bill Beli-Dick. Waaayyy too smug for me...
    Him and that dang 'hoody'.

    Regarding Brady, he just strikes me as a white guy gone 'gangsta'...with his prego former g/f and the women he's sleeping with. I see him on more magazine front covers than i want to. He's like Paris Hilton but with a cleft chin.

    I'm more a Peyton Manning and Tony Dungy guy. Both exhibit class and aren't known for 'hoodys' or classless remarks or shoves- like the one Belichick laid on Manning after a game last year.

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    Sorry - I think Peyton Manning is a Tool also...

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    I'm of the Archie Manning era.
    The funniest thing about this particular signature is that by the time you realise it doesn't say anything it's too late to stop reading it.

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    Aww, I love Peyton Manning. He is in every commercial during every football game it seems like, but I think he's funny. He was funny when he hosted SNL. I think he seems like he has a nice personality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AshleyPSU;2732202;
    Aww, I love Peyton Manning. He is in every commercial during every football game it seems like, but I think he's funny. He was funny when he hosted SNL. I think he seems like he has a nice personality.
    I thought he was funny on SNL as well, AshleyPSU. The United Way skit had me !

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    Cleveland's loss today means the Steelers clinch the AFC North!

    Sorry, Unk.
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    Heh... Okay, fair enough. I don't love Peyton Manning, but I respect him as a quarterback. I will admit... I thought the commercials were funny at first, but now I'm just sick of seeing him every five minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RealitiniMan;2731763;
    Him and that dang 'hoody'.

    Regarding Brady, he just strikes me as a white guy gone 'gangsta'...with his prego former g/f and the women he's sleeping with. I see him on more magazine front covers than i want to. He's like Paris Hilton but with a cleft chin.

    I'm more a Peyton Manning and Tony Dungy guy. Both exhibit class and aren't known for 'hoodys' or classless remarks or shoves- like the one Belichick laid on Manning after a game last year.
    Wow I thought I was the only one who couldn't stand Belichick Or ODL as we call him in my family. I find him to be classless and lacking in what my Grandma referred to as "couth" he has none. Brady strikes me as a Poser.

    I guess we have come along way from classy coaches like Tom Landry, what a shame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsDiva2007;2733504;
    Wow I thought I was the only one who couldn't stand Belichick Or ODL as we call him in my family. I find him to be classless and lacking in what my Grandma referred to as "couth" he has none. Brady strikes me as a Poser.

    I guess we have come along way from classy coaches like Tom Landry, what a shame.
    Mike Shanahan is a very classy, stand-up guy. A lot of the coaches in the league could learn from him.

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