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The debate over whether is the "GOAT" greatest • Absender: zhangzk, 12.06.2019 08:21

NFL quarterbacks is an entertaining one Germaine Pratt Jersey , and doesn't seem to be going anywhere. The top two quarterbacks, and really the only ones in the running for GOAT, are Joe Montana and Tom Brady. With multiple league MVP awards each, along with four and five Super Bowl rings respectively, it is easy to see why. The debate can get quite heated, especially when one mentions certain Patriots' scandals. Furthermore, whether or not Bill Belichick is just a mastermind coach who could plug any decent quarterback into his system and achieve great success, adds to that debate.But aside from Joe Montana and Tom Brady, there is a third quarterback, currently in the league, who is sometimes suggested as Brady's superior; Aaron Rodgers. Rodgers has posted some superior stats to Brady in his time starting for the Packers , and a brief look at his stats include some NFL records, including career passer rating, season passer rating, and of course that 4.13 to 1 touchdown to interception ratio.On the other hand, talking about anything other than wins and Super Bowl rings is somewhat unimportant, because winning big games really is what matters. Nothing I write here will convince Rodgers fans that Brady is better, much like nothing will make Brady lovers think Rodgers is superior. Most analysts will admit that Rodgers has better skills on the field, but Brady keeps a cooler head and has better "intangibles."Aside from their play on the field, we can compare the WAG's of these two icons. Tom Brady has been married to supermodel Gisele Bundchen for a while now, and Aaron Rodgers dated gorgeous actress Olivia Munn until earlier this year. This is a hard call to make, but while Gisele is easily among the hottest football wives out there Renell Wren Jersey , Olivia Munn is prettier and has a nicer body. The stunning actress and Rodgers called it quits back in April. Here are fifteen pictures of her that are so hot they may just make Aaron regret dumping her.
After Yadier Molina’s two homers led the St. Louis Cardinals to a 3-2 win at Milwaukee Saturday, manager Mike Matheny spoke hopefully of a bounce the win would create.

His instinct proved correct Sunday when St. Louis capped a rough road trip with an 8-2 rout that allowed it to salvage a split of a four-game series with the National League Central leaders and pushed it within 4 1/2 games of the Brewers.

The Cardinals open a six-game homestand Monday night in Busch Stadium with the second of four straight series against first-place teams, facing the Cleveland Indians.

St. Louis (40-36) scored just seven runs in its first three games in Milwaukee, whiffing 34 times, with 15 occurring in a 2-1 loss Friday night. It fanned another 11 times on Sunday but mixed in 10 hits, including a three-run homer by Jose Martinez to cap a five-run fourth inning that turned momentum for good.

While the Cardinals enter the series with hope that they are turning things around, Cleveland (43-33) did so during the last week. Its 12-2 rout Sunday of Detroit was its seventh straight win, moving it eight games ahead of the Tigers and Minnesota Twins in the American League Central.

The Indians also appear to have the mound advantage for the series opener with Mike Clevinger (6-2, 3.00 ERA) against spot starter John Gant (1-2, 4.39).

Clevinger’s last start was one of his best this year. He notched 10 strikeouts Tuesday night in 7 2/3 innings of a 6-3 win over the Chicago White Sox at Progressive Field. Clevinger has lasted at least six innings in five straight starts, solidifying his place in a deep rotation.

“His fastball had really good life ,” Chicago manager Rick Renteria told “He was keeping the ball down below the zone. You saw him get a lot of checked swings on some of his breaking pitches … he’s got a pretty good repertoire and was able to command consistently in the zone consistently throughout the whole ballgame.”

Gant is starting in place of Michael Wacha, who took his 8-2 record to the disabled list last week after suffering an oblique strain Wednesday in Philadelphia. The former Atlanta Braves prospect is 0-2 with a 6.00 ERA in three starts this year, leading some to wonder why Dakota Hudson (10-2 at Triple-A Memphis) or Daniel Poncedeleon was not picked to replace Wacha.

In his last start, Gant lasted 5 1/3 innings on May 25 in Pittsburgh, losing 8-1 despite fanning seven and walking none. He was charged with four hits and three runs.

Gant has made one career start against Cleveland, lasting two innings in a 2016 game for the Braves and permitting one run and three hits with two strikeouts.

Carlos Martinez (3-4, 3.24) starts Tuesday night for St. Louis opposite Corey Kluber (11-3, 2.10). Jack Flaherty (3-2, 2.50) faces the Indians’ Shane Bieber (2-0, 2.45) in a battle of rookie right-handers on Wednesday night.

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