Twitter roasts Tom Brady’s whiffed tackle on pick-six

The Patriots were sure feeling a bit deflated (yes, dated, we know) heading into the locker room during Super Bowl 51. It was Murphy’s Law on the field for New England, and no one probably felt more responsible than Tom Brady.

Brady threw a pick-six in the second quarter. He went for a tackle on the Falcons’ Robert Alford, and it went just about as well as you’d expect.

Owens’ pluses and supposed minuses won’t change by next February. Can a voter’s mind, or perception, or pulled-out-of-thin-air criteria, change by then — without flushing every claim to integrity down the toilet?

Seriously, it can’t, now that all this is out there in the open. All the information that was consciously chosen, or rejected, or ignored, or blown Authentic NFL Cheap Jerseys completely out of proportion. You don’t get to say a year later, “Well, actually …”

The Falcons quarterback, days away from playing in Super Bowl 51 against Tom Brady and the Patriots, was the No. 54 ranked quarterback in 247Sports’ 2003 rankings. Ryan’s name wasn’t even listed on Boston College’s press release highlighing the Golden Eagles’ 14 top recruits, per ESPN’s Vaughn McClure.

“I was a 170-pound, triple-option quarterback,” Ryan said. “So, yeah, I Rg3 Cheap Jerseys remember being like a three-star guy.”

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