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3 minutes ago, dashoe said:

 

 No I'm saying it the probability doesnt significantly increase for it to matter; they wont go to the SB 🤣

lol I know. Bill wont let them go muahahaha

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He is going to Hollywood. 
 

Tom Brady wants to come home. Too bad he couldn’t do it in 49ers jersey. 
 

He has 6 rings. He knows he doesn’t need to win another ring to engraved his place in the NFL history. It is all about the post retirement and his investments on the future outside of playing. Think Michael Jordan when he joined the Wiz. 
 

Brady in Bolts blue would be something. 

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Its going to be weird not being able to watch Brady every Sunday on our local broadcasting.....now i have to wait till its a national Tv game....cries

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3 minutes ago, ginocan said:

He is going to Hollywood. 
 

Tom Brady wants to come home. Too bad he couldn’t do it in 49ers jersey. 
 

He has 6 rings. He knows he doesn’t need to win another ring to engraved his place in the NFL history. It is all about the post retirement and his investments on the future outside of playing. Think Michael Jordan when he joined the Wiz. 
 

Brady in Bolts blue would be something. 

If it turns out anything like MJs stint in Wsh.. I’m sad for Brady.  

 

What a terrible ending if you’re correct 
 

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1 minute ago, ginocan said:

He is going to Hollywood. 
 

Tom Brady wants to come home. Too bad he couldn’t do it in 49ers jersey. 
 

He has 6 rings. He knows he doesn’t need to win another ring to engraved his place in the NFL history. It is all about the post retirement and his investments on the future outside of playing. Think Michael Jordan when he joined the Wiz. 
 

Brady in Bolts blue would be something. 

 

This is what Giselle wants.

The LA market is much more lucrative for endorsements and commercial partnerships than the NE mkt.

Think about it as a pitchman Brady never hit the commercial success that was near the value of his on field success.

2-3yrs in the LA media market and his(Giselle's 😂) profile is on steroids.  

 

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2 minutes ago, Impreza178 said:

If it turns out anything like MJs stint in Wsh.. I’m sad for Brady.  

 

What a terrible ending if you’re correct 
 

 

 but that opened up the door for him to become an NBA owner and billionaire.

Not a bad tradeoff 😉

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10 minutes ago, dashoe said:

 

The only rationale is you make back the money in jersey and ticket sales and give the fans something to hope for the next 2 years while you find your next franchise QB.

Brady is not taking them to the SB playing in a stacked NFC. . . . .NEWSFLASH TAMPA IS NOT IN THE AFC EAST 😉

Another wash rinse repeat post from the shoe 👠.. News flash the Patriots in the last 10+ years have the best record in the NFL out of division. So your sh*& about the AFC east doesn’t cut it anymore. 
 

#1 goal for all teams is to make the playoffs. So keep that in mind shoe if that happens for Tom & the Bucs any team can win on any given Sunday. Wild card teams do make the Super Bowl. 
 

Carry on with your bull$&*t 

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1 minute ago, dashoe said:

 

 but that opened up the door for him to become an NBA owner and billionaire.

Not a bad tradeoff 😉


Yep it was all about the money at that point for MJ.  
 

Idk that Brady is worried about that.   Him and wifey are already one of the most rich and famous celebrity couples on the planet.  But if he wants to own a team....or a small country....get back to work!!!

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Where Brady lands doesn’t move the needle for him in fantasy. He will be a QB2 regardless but it will impact the supporting cast. 

When Brady was younger he was able to elevate the team despite David Patten and Reche Caldwell WR corps. Now Brady needs a solid offensive line, running game threat, a pass catching running back, a Tight End and a short passing quick hitting passing attack.  

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14 minutes ago, shakestreet said:

Another wash rinse repeat post from the shoe 👠.. News flash the Patriots in the last 10+ years have the best record in the NFL out of division. So your sh*& about the AFC east doesn’t cut it anymore. 
 

#1 goal for all teams is to make the playoffs. So keep that in mind shoe if that happens for Tom & the Bucs any team can win on any given Sunday. Wild card teams do make the Super Bowl. 
 

Carry on with your bull$&*t 

 

You are not doing so well with your comps and stats. The best record in NFL out of division is no the same as playing in a tough division or conference for a season. 😂

The Pats have always played in a cupcake division and never had to go through the grind of getting beat up every other weak by a tough opponent.  When it's just BAL and BUF on your schedule for tough defenses and your taking long lunch breaks in the rest of your schedule with weak defenses, it makes a difference. I'm not even going to go into the way AFC defenses self-implode when they face the Pats ebcause they are beaten psychologically. 😂

Brady didnt have to endure playing tough defenses like Minn, NE,Phi,DAl, SEA,GB,LAR,CAR,TPA, etc.  key word is "tough" not great or elite. the NFC has tough defenses and that frind wears on a 43yr old body without a strong o-line to protect him.

 

 

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Just now, johnnyboy8102 said:

Mike Evans will have 700 yards this season. Godwin 110 catches for 1,005 yards. 


that doesn’t seem crazy at all.    Both take hits on their fantasy value imo 

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13 minutes ago, dashoe said:

The Pats have always played in a cupcake division

 

You can't blame the Pats for forcing 3 other teams to be in perpetual rebuild mode because they can't beat said Pats team.

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1 minute ago, sSektor said:

 

You can't blame the Pats for forcing 3 other teams to be in perpetual rebuild mode because they can't beat said Pats team.

 

There is some truth to what you state🤨

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Nobody is mentioning the most obvious point:

 

If Bill Belichick and the Patriots - arguably the smartest organization in the sport - didn't even attempt to keep Brady on the team, then how good do you think he really is? Don't you think they would have done their diligence?

 

That's pretty damning. Brady will be 43, and QBs fall off a cliff once they reach his age. It's a very sudden fall, and it usually happens within a few weeks. We saw it with Peyton Manning, with Brett Favre, and many others. They turned into INT-machines, because once you've lost it, its gone forever. And they weren't even as old as Brady. Sure, Brady is more clued-in to the sports science nonsense, and it bought him a bit more time within a well-managed set-up. But how much longer does he really have?

This could be fool's gold. At best, ticket-seller for a lowly franchise. At worst, fantasy cancer, like Peyton in 2015 - who was a 4th round draft pick that eventually became waiver-wire trash by week 6, eventually getting benched for Brock Ostreicher.

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