Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman addresses the media following the Patriots 37-31 overtime win against the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship game on Sunday, January 20, 2019.

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64 replies on “Julian Edelman on Tom Brady: “There’s a clutch gene – he’s got it””

  1. My dude you have it too, like holy shoot man you had my heart stopping and starting all over the place.
    No other receiver is this clutch! #blitzforsix

  2. Under rated!!! Clutch catch after clutch catch… Give me jules… Keep your obj and Antonio browns!! This guy is what winning is all about!

  3. Most underrated receiver in the NFL right here. Patriots wouldn’t be complete without Julian Edelman.

  4. If there’s a beard gene, he’s got it.

    Clearly, not a Gillette guy.

    They should change the stadium name to GOAT Stadium.

  5. Absolutely. Your right on point. These guys aren’t just athletes. They are extremely intelligent.

  6. This is a guy you want on your side in the big games. If he was available vs. the Eagles, no way the Patriots would’ve lost.

  7. @BasicallyMemes i am only what u ALLOW ur mind to think about me. I rent space in ur head. I win.

  8. Edelman & Gronkowski = first ballot Hall of Famers. Amendola maybe not first ballot but he’s getting in too.

  9. Edelman is definitely underrated. He doesn’t get praise like AB or Julio Jones. But he continues to be a key player/WR in getting this Patriots team to the Super Bowl year in and year out.

  10. @Meek Zilla you’re comparing him to some of the top receivers in the league? He’s good and plays his part but the Pat’s could find another Edelman easily. He’s basically another wes Walker, except not as productive

  11. @Scott Davidson
    Whatever you’re on, don’t give it to anyone else. I’m not sure the average human could handle it.

  12. Clutch cheaters n tom Brady looking like buzzlight year to bradys a fairy explain roughing the passer lmfao

  13. @The FuzzyMonkey No, he’s not. He might be the same type of player as Welker is but he’s also much more than that. Welker never EMBRACED the pounding like Edelman does. In fact no other receiver does that like he does…. and succeeds like he does. Time to include him in any conversation about the great receivers of this era for that very reason.

  14. @Richard Morris Put the crack pipe down and step away you moron prime rice is the greatest wide receiver in the history of football

  15. John John lol.. I’m a Pat’s fan fo life but JESUS is always betting in ELI if he is in SuperBowls… just look at ELI’s numbers during those superbowl runs.. Hope to have a GIANTS VS PATRIOTS superbowl again before eli and brady retires so that we can finally have our revenge. lol.

  16. Cian Gibbons so did Big Papi on Red Sox. The substance was banned but is total BS. It wasn’t Deca or Dball or Winstrol.

  17. Roger Welsh in order to have performance enhancing drugs you must have performance first. If PED were so great than Arnold and Lou Ferrigno would be the greatest football players of all time.

  18. @neil adlington Agree with that, he is the toughest WR in the league. The yards after contact that he gets usually come from some brutal blows that most avoid and he faces head on and get extra yards. That said, he is not in the same skill level as those guys you mentioned, but he is elevated by the 2 GOATs of the Pats and is so bought in the patriots mentality that he sometimes achieves greatness as those guys.

  19. He did, he put the chiefs in an advance armbar and busted their superbowl dream in half…

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