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Matt Flynn's case for Drew Brees
Flynn has thrown 31 of 44 for 480 yards and 6 TDs against Detroit. Seems just as good (if not better) than what Rodgers has done in any game for the Packers - in fact, it's an all time record for the Packers. Pretty impressive for a team whose history boasts Rodgers, Favre, and arguably the greatest QB of all time, Bart Starr.
#1 - Way to go, Tiger.
#2 - Makes Brees' accomplishments seem all the more impressive since a back-up is doing what Rodgers does (against a playoff-bound team).
It's not like Rodgers hasn't played against that defense. Why didn't he set records when he played them? This is significant; although, I don't think it will get much notice nationally. Drew should win MVP but will be lucky to get co-MVP.
Smart players/COACHES learn. Dumb players/COACHES keep making the same mistakes over and over.
Challenges and adversity confront us everyday, They motivate and inspire us to always find a way. Sometimes it is the hand we're dealt or just the circumstance, But together we can rest assured we always stand a chance. Our attitude and courage are as strong as they have been, And once again we will rise up to proclaim that we're ALL IN. --Drew Brees
I also want to thank Matt Flynn for proving that Rodgers is NOT THE MVP.... If he was then the Packers would not be racking up so many points and yards with him sitting on the bench.
I can guarantee if Brees was sitting, Daniels would not put up Brees like numbers.
Originally Posted by aintsaintsgreat
I'm just waiting for the commentator who has stones enough to say, "Dan Marino is no Drew Brees."