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You get the feeling that many will be rooting for a certified underachiever over the most accomplished quarterback in NFL history.

Matthew Stafford is against Tom Brady.

It makes no sense to want to see Stafford lead the Los Angeles Rams over Brady in the game on Sunday.

Last week, Stafford won his first playoff game in 13 years, while Brady is going for his second straight Super Bowl title, and eighth ring in his career.

Then again.

A.B.B. is in the National Football League. Many people in the US want to see Brady in the Super Bowl.

Enough already.

The Brady movie is tired and old.

Winning too much is a thing. Fans hate the New York Yankees, Los Angeles Lakers, and Alabama football.

Fans can appreciate a dynasty when a team wins three titles in a row or three out of four.

That shows that you watched a dominant team in a certain era.

There is a point where you don't want to see the same team or person winning. The stories and narratives become tiresome.

Brady entered.

Analysts have run out of things to say. They give a player credit for winning, when in reality they had little to do with it.

In Brady's last Super Bowl with New England, the Pats beat the Rams 13-3). It was all about Brady, even though he didn't have a touchdown, an interception or a fumbled ball.

The real story was that the Rams offense was stopped. We never got that.

All the time, it has become all Brady.

Jordan won six titles in his career. He got a lot of playing time back in the day.

It was different, but never felt like it was over the top. It's probably because we didn't have enough time to fill all the sports radio stations on every corner.

You are hit over the head a lot. Brady was called the greatest team sport player ever. He wouldn't have been able to win as many times if it wasn't for a genius defensive coach.

Many forget that Brady went nine seasons without raising the trophy after producing three Super Bowl victories in New England.

Eli Manning and the New York Football Giants beat the Pats twice in nine years.

The Giants beat the Pats in the Super Bowl to ruin their perfect season.

The Pats lost 17-14 in 2008 as 12-point favorites. That was unforgettable.

Enter 2022.

Do people really want to see Brady win again? No way, no how. Brady is a fan no matter what uniform he wears.

Stafford is wearing a new uniform. Many are hoping that the No. 1 pick is in 2009. He is the epitome of an underestimation.

He lost a lot in Detroit for 12 years, including going 0-3 in the playoffs.

Against the no-show Arizona Cardinals, Stafford won with two touchdown and 202 yards. He was on a leash and only threw 17 times.

If the Rams are going to beat the Bucs on the road and advance to the playoffs, Stafford will have more work to do.

A victory by the Rams would give the betting-favorite Bucs an early exit from the playoffs and push Brady out of the conversation.

We need to be Brady-free. Stafford has to get through.