Pressure on Garrard, Rivers
Having Brady or Manning allows their teams to game plan in an aggressive way when attacking opposing defenses due to continuity and these quarterbacks' great understanding of their offensive system. Not only are they experienced players, but both played in the same offensive system throughout their careers. Their offensive attacks are set-up to run both inside and outside, while attacking all levels in the passing game and forcing their opponents to defend the whole field.
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