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Tom Brady tops Stephen’s A-List of top 5 all-time Super Bowl players | First Take





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Stephen A. Smith reveals his list of the top five Super Bowl players of all time including Doug Williams, Terry Bradshaw, Jerry Rice, Joe Montana and Tom Brady. Max Kellerman questions why New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning did not make the list.

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46 thoughts on “Tom Brady tops Stephen’s A-List of top 5 all-time Super Bowl players | First Take

  1. Lets not forget that even in some of the Superbowls that Brady lost he put his team in the lead and Pats defense just kept choking up the leads in the 4th Q…Even against the Chiefs this year in the AFC game he gave Pats the lead with "38" seconds left in game and Pats defense coughed up the lead

  2. Doug Williams qualification for this list was race? Seems like a bad idea. Will a black kicker make the list just because he's black. I mean come on! Most of the greatest players are black anyway. We don't need the race card when the majority is already black!

  3. Why does every person hate Brady? I really can’t grasp it. When he one day retires there will be even more heat against him and probably a dumb meme. Appreciate the goat for how great he is and how he’s entertained.

  4. Not a single defensive player or running back, even though those were the most crucial parts of the game for the first 30 plus Superbowls. Especially for those 70's Steeler teams……yet he's got Bradshaw on there over Franco Harris, LC Greenwood, Mel Blount, Joe Green, etc……Ridiculous

  5. I saw it attack the ram furiously, striking the ram and shattering its two horns. The ram was powerless to stand against it; the goat knocked it to the ground and trampled on it, and none could rescue the ram from its power.
    Daniel 8:7 NIV

  6. LeBron 3-6 in 9 NBA Finals appearances. Brady 6-3 in 9 Super Bowl appearances. Floyd Mayweather 26-0 in 26 Championship Title Fights. LeBron started his professional career in 2003, Brady in 2000, and Mayweather in 1996. LeBron defeated 3 championship teams…Chauncey's Pistons in the Eastern Conference Finals…Spurs and Warriors in the Finals. Brady defeated 6 championship teams…Ray's Ravens, Peyton's Colts, and Ben's Steelers in AFC Championship games…Warner's Rams and Wilson's Seahawks in the Super Bowl. Floyd defeated 24 World Champions, including at least 7 certain Hall Of Famers…Judah, De La Hoya, Hatton, Marquez, Mosley, Canelo, and Paquiao. So the question is, in this past 25 year era WHICH OF THE THREE…IS THE GREATEST.

  7. Why is Doug William's on the list? Because of his skin color? That's not a good reason. I'd put Jon Elway or Eli on the list instead.

    Ok, SAS, I get the dicrepencies but if you have an objective list, you need to be objective about the candidates.

  8. Where is Eli? Are u kidding. Was 20-32 for 265 with 2 TDS against unbeaten 17-0 Brady and pats. Then 4 years later was oh 30-40 for 300 with a TD vs no picks. Also both game winning drives… A absolute dime to Manningham and the great escape. No love. It's like y'all forget now that Eli is old. Also Bomani Jones and that other guy shefter I believe said Eli didn't play well in 2011. Do they not remember that far back?

  9. I can see why Stephen A went with Doug Williams. Playing a game a day after surgery, winning MVP is very impressive, but Kurt Warner should be number 5. Led 2 franchises to the superbowl, 383.5 Passing yards in superbowls, 414 passing yards against the Titans is also the 3rd most passing yards in superbowl history. If a play here and there went Kurt Warner's way, he would be undefeated in superbowls. In my opinion, Kurt should be on the list.

  10. I can see why Stephen A went with Doug Williams. Playing a game a day after surgery, winning MVP is very impressive, but Kurt Warner should be number 5. Led 2 franchises to the superbowl, 383.5 Passing yards in superbowls, 414 passing yards against the Titans is also the 3rd most passing yards in superbowl history. If a play here and there went Kurt Warner's way, he would be undefeated in superbowls. In my opinion, Kurt should be on the list.

  11. Montana went to 4 in a time where teams could be stacked, and he had some of the all-time greats on his side in those wins.
    After he left, the team won another one, and the guy who replaced him set a record in the game for most TDs in a game.

    Brady's been to 9, won 6, with different teams ever year.

    It's not even close at this point. Brady is the goat, and there's no debate.

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