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2020-11-24 2:23:07 PM  
I really hope Tom Brady is at least thinking of retiring soon because his skills have obviously diminished to the point where he's approaching the Brett-Farve-laying-on-the-turf-knocked​-out-while-the-Viking-players-stand-ar​ound-feigning-concern point in his career.
 
2020-11-24 3:08:23 PM  
Tom was serving up ducks on Monday night and the Rams secondary ate well.
 
2020-11-24 3:47:17 PM  
The two forward passes in one play we're pretty cool, Garo Yepremian
 
2020-11-24 3:51:48 PM  
Pats fans have known Brady is a sore loser since...well, forever basically. Boston is not unlike other "sports towns" in which if you play a direct role in winning multiple championships, we'll probably let you perform a ritual sacrifice on and eat the heart out of an infant at midfield after a loss.
 
2020-11-24 3:52:13 PM  
Guess the Bucs fans feel cheated, deflated, etc.
 
2020-11-24 3:52:33 PM  

browneye: I really hope Tom Brady is at least thinking of retiring soon because his skills have obviously diminished to the point where he's approaching the Brett-Farve-laying-on-the-turf-knocked​-out-while-the-Viking-players-stand-ar​ound-feigning-concern point in his career.


Favre's first year as a Viking he had his best year as a pro and was one (very Favre-like) play away from going to his third Owl.  The Saints beat up on him so bad that he never fully recovered until he was injured out of the game in his final season.  He had not lost anything on his fastball up until that game.
 
2020-11-24 3:53:35 PM  

Killer Cars: Pats fans have known Brady is a sore loser since...well, forever basically. Boston is not unlike other "sports towns" in which if you play a direct role in winning multiple championships, we'll probably let you perform a ritual sacrifice on and eat the heart out of an infant at midfield after a loss.


See James, LeBron for another example.
 
2020-11-24 4:01:17 PM  
All the bears and eagles fans i know (myself bears) laughed when he ran to cry in the locker room, not shaking Foles hand AGAIN.

Except during picture shoots, Giselle wears the pants of that relationship.
 
2020-11-24 4:05:02 PM  
I hope other QBs stop shaking his hand, no matter if they win or not.
 
2020-11-24 4:10:45 PM  

iron_city_ap: I hope other QBs stop shaking his hand, no matter if they win or not.


What's always annoyed me is that often I don't see him on the field after the game doing just that.  He lost to the Dolphins a couple of times and immediately headed for the locker room, ignoring the other players and coaches.

Sore loser.
 
2020-11-24 4:21:16 PM  
There are not many pro sports where players meet after the game to greet eachother to either congratulate, or wish them well.

Football is one of them, and it is always nice to see  such good sportsmanship after the game.

That is why I like curling.  after the game it is tradition to sit down with your opponents and have a beer or meal.  They become some of your best friends. You can discuss the game or not, or just play Euchre
 
2020-11-24 4:24:24 PM  
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2020-11-24 4:29:30 PM  
Who?
 
2020-11-24 4:29:32 PM  

kkinnison: There are not many pro sports where players meet after the game to greet eachother to either congratulate, or wish them well.


Baseball is the only one I know that doesn't.  Hockey, soccer, football, basketball all do in some capacity (or at least did in pre-covid times).
 
2020-11-24 4:43:46 PM  

mjbok: kkinnison: There are not many pro sports where players meet after the game to greet eachother to either congratulate, or wish them well.

Baseball is the only one I know that doesn't.  Hockey, soccer, football, basketball all do in some capacity (or at least did in pre-covid times).


One of the greatest traditions in the Stanley Cup Playoffs is the handshake line at the end of every series, no matter how hard fought those games were.  Even Claude Lemieux got handshakes in '96.
 
2020-11-24 4:51:27 PM  

mjbok: kkinnison: There are not many pro sports where players meet after the game to greet eachother to either congratulate, or wish them well.

Baseball is the only one I know that doesn't.  Hockey, soccer, football, basketball all do in some capacity (or at least did in pre-covid times).


Is see mostly congratulating team mates. At least what i see in televised MLB games.

I know it happens more as you head down to pee wee play.
 
2020-11-24 4:55:35 PM  

kkinnison: mjbok: kkinnison: There are not many pro sports where players meet after the game to greet eachother to either congratulate, or wish them well.

Baseball is the only one I know that doesn't.  Hockey, soccer, football, basketball all do in some capacity (or at least did in pre-covid times).

Is see mostly congratulating team mates. At least what i see in televised MLB games.

I know it happens more as you head down to pee wee play.


As I said it doesn't happen in baseball.  You said there were not many pro sports that did.  What other ones don't?
 
2020-11-24 5:08:32 PM  

buckeyebrain: mjbok: kkinnison: There are not many pro sports where players meet after the game to greet eachother to either congratulate, or wish them well.

Baseball is the only one I know that doesn't.  Hockey, soccer, football, basketball all do in some capacity (or at least did in pre-covid times).

One of the greatest traditions in the Stanley Cup Playoffs is the handshake line at the end of every series, no matter how hard fought those games were.  Even Claude Lemieux got handshakes in '96.


And if you don't, or act disrespectful, expect to be called out for it.  See Lucic' garbage in the '14 playoffs.
 
2020-11-24 5:58:47 PM  

mjbok: kkinnison: mjbok: kkinnison: There are not many pro sports where players meet after the game to greet eachother to either congratulate, or wish them well.

Baseball is the only one I know that doesn't.  Hockey, soccer, football, basketball all do in some capacity (or at least did in pre-covid times).

Is see mostly congratulating team mates. At least what i see in televised MLB games.

I know it happens more as you head down to pee wee play.

As I said it doesn't happen in baseball.  You said there were not many pro sports that did.  What other ones don't?


I think Baseball might be the only one. Possibly horse racing too.
 
2020-11-24 5:59:54 PM  

iron_city_ap: mjbok: kkinnison: mjbok: kkinnison: There are not many pro sports where players meet after the game to greet eachother to either congratulate, or wish them well.

Baseball is the only one I know that doesn't.  Hockey, soccer, football, basketball all do in some capacity (or at least did in pre-covid times).

Is see mostly congratulating team mates. At least what i see in televised MLB games.

I know it happens more as you head down to pee wee play.

As I said it doesn't happen in baseball.  You said there were not many pro sports that did.  What other ones don't?

I think Baseball might be the only one. Possibly horse racing too.


And to a large extent, golf. Guys paired together do, IIRC, but they don't shake hands with everyone on the course that day.
 
2020-11-24 6:09:53 PM  

iron_city_ap: And to a large extent, golf. Guys paired together do, IIRC, but they don't shake hands with everyone on the course that day.


That's because people in the first pairing isn't going to hang at 18 for six hours to shake Tiger's hand.
 
2020-11-24 6:40:09 PM  

mjbok: iron_city_ap: And to a large extent, golf. Guys paired together do, IIRC, but they don't shake hands with everyone on the course that day.

That's because people in the first pairing isn't going to hang at 18 for six hours to shake Tiger's hand.


I dunno, I loved picturing everyone having to hang out at 18 to shake hands with everyone as they finished. And then the winner has to shake EVERYONE'S hand before he gets his trophy.
 
2020-11-24 6:58:34 PM  
Meh I never thought he was that good.
 
2020-11-24 7:26:36 PM  

IAmRight: mjbok: iron_city_ap: And to a large extent, golf. Guys paired together do, IIRC, but they don't shake hands with everyone on the course that day.

That's because people in the first pairing isn't going to hang at 18 for six hours to shake Tiger's hand.

I dunno, I loved picturing everyone having to hang out at 18 to shake hands with everyone as they finished. And then the winner has to shake EVERYONE'S hand before he gets his trophy.


That is very sadistic.  I love it!
 
2020-11-24 7:33:37 PM  
Narrator: Antonio Brown was the sanest person in the house.
 
2020-11-24 7:41:59 PM  

capngroovy: The two forward passes in one play we're pretty cool, Garo Yepremian


And, as a Rams fan, I contend that Tom or Bruce should have said "They declined? fark it, go for it on 4th. If we get the first down it'll stand out.".
 
2020-11-24 8:19:12 PM  

sephjnr: capngroovy: The two forward passes in one play we're pretty cool, Garo Yepremian

And, as a Rams fan, I contend that Tom or Bruce should have said "They declined? fark it, go for it on 4th. If we get the first down it'll stand out.".


I thought that as well. I think it was just a few more yards, and near midfield.
 
2020-11-24 8:42:40 PM  
Brady's already taken hell like a month ago for shunning Foles.  As he walked back to the locker room, it had to cross his mind that he was going to take hell for shunning Goff, too.  And he just didn't care.

So, yea.
 
2020-11-24 8:49:52 PM  
Pats fan, not our problem anymore.
 
2020-11-24 8:52:14 PM  
Ability morphing into hair follicles.
 
2020-11-24 9:45:52 PM  

mjbok: kkinnison: There are not many pro sports where players meet after the game to greet eachother to either congratulate, or wish them well.

Baseball is the only one I know that doesn't.  Hockey, soccer, football, basketball all do in some capacity (or at least did in pre-covid times).


Baseball plays so many games and in the summer. game over, get out of there as quick as possible lol
 
2020-11-24 9:52:19 PM  
Probably true.

Counterpoint: The New York Post Betrays the United States of America regularly

That Tampa team is dead if they keep calling those Arians 6-seconds to develop passing plays.
1. Brady's downfield arm has been downfield dead for at least 8 years
2. That Tampa offensive line maxes out at 1.5 seconds protection
 
2020-11-24 9:56:24 PM  

natural316: Pats fan, not our problem anymore.


Neither are super bowls.
 
2020-11-24 10:07:25 PM  
So now it is Brady's ego that is deflated, not his footballs.
 
2020-11-24 10:36:06 PM  
He was just in a rush to french kiss his son goodnight
 
2020-11-25 1:27:01 AM  

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Heh...I have that pic in my living room...had it autographed by Richard Sherman and he included "You mad bro?"
 
2020-11-25 1:31:09 AM  

kkinnison: There are not many pro sports where players meet after the game to greet eachother to either congratulate, or wish them well.

Football is one of them, and it is always nice to see  such good sportsmanship after the game.

That is why I like curling.  after the game it is tradition to sit down with your opponents and have a beer or meal.  They become some of your best friends. You can discuss the game or not, or just play Euchre


I played rugby in college, and the after party/social was always cordial...not matter what happened on the field.

Even when we were at Occidental College, and a fight broke because some drunk fans decided to attack us after the game...even though there were only four of them....and the Occidental team came over to back up their fans.  Thankfully, nobody was hurt, and the fight was over quickly.

And yet....we still went to the social being hosted by Occidental's players, and everything was fine.
 
2020-11-25 3:10:28 AM  

The_Sponge: kkinnison: There are not many pro sports where players meet after the game to greet eachother to either congratulate, or wish them well.

Football is one of them, and it is always nice to see  such good sportsmanship after the game.

That is why I like curling.  after the game it is tradition to sit down with your opponents and have a beer or meal.  They become some of your best friends. You can discuss the game or not, or just play Euchre

I played rugby in college, and the after party/social was always cordial...not matter what happened on the field.

Even when we were at Occidental College, and a fight broke because some drunk fans decided to attack us after the game...even though there were only four of them....and the Occidental team came over to back up their fans.  Thankfully, nobody was hurt, and the fight was over quickly.

And yet....we still went to the social being hosted by Occidental's players, and everything was fine.


Back them up, or try to keep them from getting hurt/de-escalate the situation?
 
2020-11-25 7:46:44 AM  

iron_city_ap: mjbok: kkinnison: mjbok: kkinnison: There are not many pro sports where players meet after the game to greet eachother to either congratulate, or wish them well.

Baseball is the only one I know that doesn't.  Hockey, soccer, football, basketball all do in some capacity (or at least did in pre-covid times).

Is see mostly congratulating team mates. At least what i see in televised MLB games.

I know it happens more as you head down to pee wee play.

As I said it doesn't happen in baseball.  You said there were not many pro sports that did.  What other ones don't?

I think Baseball might be the only one. Possibly horse racing too.


Sarah Jessica Parker usually greets the other horses.
 
2020-11-25 9:29:45 AM  

kkinnison: There are not many pro sports where players meet after the game to greet eachother to either congratulate, or wish them well.

Football is one of them, and it is always nice to see  such good sportsmanship after the game.

That is why I like curling.  after the game it is tradition to sit down with your opponents and have a beer or meal.  They become some of your best friends. You can discuss the game or not, or just play Euchre


In Roller Derby each team gets together and selects the other team's most valuable player. It's pretty outstanding watching them celebrate each other's skills that way.
 
2020-11-25 10:25:25 AM  

knbwhite: The_Sponge: kkinnison: There are not many pro sports where players meet after the game to greet eachother to either congratulate, or wish them well.

Football is one of them, and it is always nice to see  such good sportsmanship after the game.

That is why I like curling.  after the game it is tradition to sit down with your opponents and have a beer or meal.  They become some of your best friends. You can discuss the game or not, or just play Euchre

I played rugby in college, and the after party/social was always cordial...not matter what happened on the field.

Even when we were at Occidental College, and a fight broke because some drunk fans decided to attack us after the game...even though there were only four of them....and the Occidental team came over to back up their fans.  Thankfully, nobody was hurt, and the fight was over quickly.

And yet....we still went to the social being hosted by Occidental's players, and everything was fine.

Back them up, or try to keep them from getting hurt/de-escalate the situation?


Both.

One opposing player ending up on the ground and in a choke hold....he tried to take on the one guy on our team who happened to study martial arts.  YRLY.
 
2020-11-25 11:23:15 AM  

The_Sponge: Get Rich or Try Dyin': [Fark user image image 425x311]

Heh...I have that pic in my living room...had it autographed by Richard Sherman and he included "You mad bro?"


I've clearly not had enough coffee this morning.  I misread that as 'autographed by Richard Simmons...'
 
2020-11-25 11:27:47 AM  

buckeyebrain: The_Sponge: Get Rich or Try Dyin': [Fark user image image 425x311]

Heh...I have that pic in my living room...had it autographed by Richard Sherman and he included "You mad bro?"

I've clearly not had enough coffee this morning.  I misread that as 'autographed by Richard Simmons...'


Hahahahaha.
 
2020-11-25 12:45:38 PM  
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2020-11-26 3:33:40 AM  
I always thought his sideline "pep talks" looked like temper tantrums.
 
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