Miami Dolphins: NFL Nation Confidential: Two-minute QB
According to our survey, players overwhelming voted for Tom Brady (40 percent) to lead their team in the final two minutes of a Super Bowl. Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, who had a record-setting season, was a distant second with 26.9 percent.
Results were pretty split between Brady and Manning in Miami’s locker room. Brady has more of the “clutch” reputation. But there’s a chance that Miami’s locker room didn’t care to vote for the starting quarterback of its biggest rival.
The Dolphins split two games against Brady this past season. Miami ended a seven-game losing streak against the Patriots when Michael Thomas picked off Brady in the end zone to seal a 24-20 Dolphins victory on Dec. 15.
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