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  • Joe Namath: 'No one's ever been better than Tom Brady'

    Joe Namath: 'No one's ever been better than Tom Brady'
    Tom Brady moved into an exclusive club earlier this month when he became only the third quarterback to win the Super Bowl four times.
  • Patriots beat Seahawks for Tom Brady's 4th Super Bowl title

    Patriots beat Seahawks for Tom Brady's 4th Super Bowl title
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Tom Brady grew up idolizing Joe Montana in San Mateo, Calif., with his father taking him to 49ers games as a young boy. There are photos of Brady dressed as Joe Cool as a kid, and as a 4-year-old, Brady was at Candlestick Park...

    Patriots overwhelm Colts, 45-7, in AFC title game

    Patriots overwhelm Colts, 45-7, in AFC title game
    After Week 4 this season, the idea was introduced that the New England Patriots had a quarterback controversy and the franchise's long run of success might be ending. The Patriots had been thumped by the Miami Dolphins and Kansas City Chiefs....

    This Super Bowl has plenty of talking points

    Maybe Marshawn Lynch got it right. Perhaps the stubbornly silent Seattle Seahawks running back, who donned sunglasses, pulled his ball cap low and frustrated reporters by saying next to nothing all week, actually made an astute statement about Sunday'...

    Finding playoff-caliber quarterbacks much harder than it looks

    Finding playoff-caliber quarterbacks much harder than it looks
    PHOENIX — The discovery of Russell Wilson, a third-round pick of the Seahawks in 2012 who shed the label of "game manager" about as quickly as his feet move running the zone read with Marshawn Lynch, set an example for what roughly half of the NFL...