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(NFL)   Tom Brady remains diplomatic regarding Jimmy Garoppolo being the 'motherf-ker' he was mocking   (nfl.com) divider line
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2021-07-21 1:06:47 PM  
Brady was such a team player he rode the next guy out of town and then left when the defense and o-line started to suck.
What an honorable guy.
 
2021-07-21 1:28:47 PM  
I'll be happy when this entitled chode breaks his hip getting sacked and disappears.
 
2021-07-21 1:31:30 PM  
SolderGlob:

At his age this is exactly what will happen, a huge injury that would normally be a year out, but because of age and previous surgeries/concussions he's gonna need a cane at least for the rest of his life
 
2021-07-21 1:32:01 PM  
Yeah Tom, we know you're good. Who in their right mind is going to bench a young franchise QB to have you for a year or two. I'm starting to think he's a football savant and the rest is like:
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2021-07-21 1:32:49 PM  

puffy999: Brady was such a team player he rode the next guy out of town and then left when the defense and o-line started to suck.
What an honorable guy.


No one is suggesting Brady isn't a complete asshole but he is hands down the best player to have ever played the game. Hell - he's convinced everyone that a below-average head coach who has never won a thing without him is the great head coach of all time.
 
2021-07-21 1:35:42 PM  

puffy999: Brady was such a team player he rode the next guy out of town and then left when the defense and o-line started to suck.
What an honorable guy.


Yeah, why didn't that guy ever sacrifice for the team?
 
2021-07-21 1:35:53 PM  

AuralArgument: SolderGlob:

At his age this is exactly what will happen, a huge injury that would normally be a year out, but because of age and previous surgeries/concussions he's gonna need a cane at least for the rest of his life


Something like a torn knee?
 
2021-07-21 1:50:33 PM  

puffy999: Brady was such a team player he rode the next guy out of town and then left when the defense and o-line started to suck.
What an honorable guy.


What's your point. Teams do this all the time. Players give them a career, sign a big contract, but the moment they lose a step they're cut and their contract just vanishes.

I hate Tom Brady more than most, but I'm not gonna judge him for playing the NFL at its own game.
 
2021-07-21 1:50:56 PM  

TDWCom29: AuralArgument: SolderGlob:

At his age this is exactly what will happen, a huge injury that would normally be a year out, but because of age and previous surgeries/concussions he's gonna need a cane at least for the rest of his life

Something like a torn knee?


No, more like a shattered vagina.
 
2021-07-21 2:00:05 PM  

meanmutton: No one is suggesting Brady isn't a complete asshole but he is hands down the best player QB
to have ever played the game.


FTFY
 
2021-07-21 2:04:18 PM  

SolderGlob: I'll be happy when this entitled chode breaks his hip getting sacked and disappears.


I'm sure there are pass rushers out there wanting that feather in their cap.
 
2021-07-21 2:10:19 PM  
This guy is in a position to win another Super Bowl and he actually believes it out loud now.  His mouth is making up for 20 years of being muzzled.  Win or lose Tampa will be fun to watch.
 
2021-07-21 2:15:33 PM  
Gotta admit I'm feeling some schadenfreude about the Packers, Saints, and Patriots. We've had to listen to their derp for decades and now they're finally gonna get a taste of what most of the rest of NFL fans have to live with every damn year.

I mean, Jameis Winston, Cam Newton/Mac Jones, and Jordan Love? Good luck and welcome to my Hell!
I saved you all a seat.
 
2021-07-21 2:54:58 PM  

Pinner: SolderGlob: I'll be happy when this entitled chode breaks his hip getting sacked and disappears.

I'm sure there are pass rushers out there wanting that feather in their cap.


Mostly unwritten rule of NFL: you put a career-threatening injury on a star QB and your career is the one in jeopardy
 
2021-07-21 2:58:16 PM  

whither_apophis: Pinner: SolderGlob: I'll be happy when this entitled chode breaks his hip getting sacked and disappears.

I'm sure there are pass rushers out there wanting that feather in their cap.

Mostly unwritten rule of NFL: you put a career-threatening injury on a star QB and your career is the one in jeopardy


Pretty sure your feelings aren't unwritten rules.
 
2021-07-21 3:10:40 PM  

puffy999: Brady was such a team player he rode the next guy out of town and then left when the defense and o-line started to suck.
What an honorable guy.


After "riding the next guy out of town," Brady delivered an MVP season that ended in a disappointing SB loss where he broke the record for passing yards in a SB (read: losing wasn't exactly fault) and then a SB win the following year (fair play: the defense totally won that SB for them).  I don't think it's a stretch to say that they would not have had such success if they ditched Brady and went with Garoppolo.

Nearly every team would ritually sacrifice their promising but untested heir apparent QB if you guaranteed them 2 SB appearances in the next 2 years and 1 SB win.

Would making the switch back then have been better for the Pats in the 10+ year view?  I guess jury's still out, but Garoppolo's injury issues are certainly not making a great case for it.  That is, unless you want to argue that the Pats under Garoppolo's backup would have done worse, giving them a chance at a better QB in one of the past two drafts.  That would be a bold argument for ditching the greatest QB of all time with plenty left in the tank for his backup, but you do you.
 
2021-07-21 3:12:28 PM  

Night Train to Wakanda: whither_apophis: Pinner: SolderGlob: I'll be happy when this entitled chode breaks his hip getting sacked and disappears.

I'm sure there are pass rushers out there wanting that feather in their cap.

Mostly unwritten rule of NFL: you put a career-threatening injury on a star QB and your career is the one in jeopardy

Pretty sure your feelings aren't unwritten rules.


It's true because the owners lose a lot of money when they lose a star player to intentional injury. They absolutely punish that sh*t.
 
2021-07-21 3:26:56 PM  

Dr.Fey: meanmutton: No one is suggesting Brady isn't a complete asshole but he is hands down the best player QB
to have ever played the game.

FTFY


I mean, the best QB in the age of "You aren't allowed to actually block, touch, or sneer at the QB during play"-era.
 
2021-07-21 3:29:17 PM  

NewportBarGuy: Night Train to Wakanda: whither_apophis: Pinner: SolderGlob: I'll be happy when this entitled chode breaks his hip getting sacked and disappears.

I'm sure there are pass rushers out there wanting that feather in their cap.

Mostly unwritten rule of NFL: you put a career-threatening injury on a star QB and your career is the one in jeopardy

Pretty sure your feelings aren't unwritten rules.

It's true because the owners lose a lot of money when they lose a star player to intentional injury. They absolutely punish that sh*t.


Surely you have some examples....
 
2021-07-21 4:01:39 PM  

Night Train to Wakanda: whither_apophis: Pinner: SolderGlob: I'll be happy when this entitled chode breaks his hip getting sacked and disappears.

I'm sure there are pass rushers out there wanting that feather in their cap.

Mostly unwritten rule of NFL: you put a career-threatening injury on a star QB and your career is the one in jeopardy

Pretty sure your feelings aren't unwritten rules.


Do pray tell my feelings to me

/I have none. QBs are protected by the NFL more than any other play, and for valid reasons, but it's gotten to the point you can't tackle or sack one without risking a roughing the passer call
 
2021-07-21 4:26:01 PM  

deadsanta: Dr.Fey: meanmutton: No one is suggesting Brady isn't a complete asshole but he is hands down the best player QB
to have ever played the game.

FTFY

I mean, the best QB in the age of "You aren't allowed to actually block, touch, or sneer at the QB during play"-era.


Breath in the general direction of at least one
 
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