Porter sounds off on 'Brady rules'

Updated: November 6, 2009, 5:30 PM ET
ESPN.com news services

Joey Porter, never shy with an opinion, thinks that Tom Brady has an extra advantage every week: his own special set of rules.

"No question," said Porter, the Miami Dolphins' quotable linebacker, who meets Brady's New England Patriots on Sunday. "When a guy can tell a ref when to throw a flag and he gets it and stuff like that, he got his own rules. They made the whole [rule that you] don't go at the legs because of Tom. So when he feels that someone is coming at his legs, he just points ...

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