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  • Also seems determined to not get a good haircut.
  • Why would Brady want to go there? A third place team with two o-linemen worth a damn, two way better assembled teams in the division and if Denver didn't have their heads so far up their arses last year they would have at least been right there with them. Not to mention the defense is still at least 3 or 4 guys away from being respectable and McDaniels needs a new QB to buy himself and Ziegler time, not some guy who's just waiting for his arm to fall off.
  • Why would anyone want Brady? He's past his prime and he'll show up thinking he's coach. There's no team left in that guy.

    But hey, hire who you want. It'll sell tickets.
  • If Brady doesn't retire this off-season, I would be very surprised. Brady had the look of a guy at the end of the season that realized he was on his last season.
  • As a Bronco fan, I didn't think I could hate the Raiders any more than I already do, but if Brady signs...
  • tnpir: As a Bronco fan, I didn't think I could hate the Raiders any more than I already do, but if Brady signs...


    Hey, don't you guys need a backup? Denver should make a run for Brady.
  • edmo: Why would anyone want Brady? He's past his prime and he'll show up thinking he's coach. There's no team left in that guy.

    But hey, hire who you want. It'll sell tickets.


    It's going to be fun to watch (at least for fans of the teams he isn't considering signing with). The teams who will want Brady will be teams Brady wants nothing to do with, and the teams Brady wants to sign with will be teams that want nothing to do with Brady. But all it takes is one delusional team to think they're a lot closer to winning a championship than they actually are to throw a dump truck of money at him and he'll be back again.
  • The Raiders are all in on the Patriot Way.  Don't let them fool you.  They love this and they're secretly negotiating with Matt Patricia.  Raiders fans can't wait for next season to start.
  • He's beyond done. He was terribly lucky to be in the shiattiest division in ages this year or he'd have been eliminated in December. What's more likely, that a 45 year old gets stronger this off-season or that he sees an incremental decline in his physical abilities?

    Couple that with an entirely new coach, team, and system? Don't be an idiot Brady. No one wants to see your broke-ass body carted off to end your career. Go do your shiatty hot takes on TV for millions of dollars and sell those overpriced boxed lunches.
  • JohnBigBootay: No one wants to see your broke-ass body carted off to end your career.


    Do you have any idea how crazy you sound?
  • JohnBigBootay: He's beyond done. He was terribly lucky to be in the shiattiest division in ages this year or he'd have been eliminated in December.


    He wasn't even in the worst division in the NFL this year.  Not that it was good.

    Couple that with an entirely new coach, team, and system?

    This being a Raiders thread, that doesn't really apply here.

    No one wants to see your broke-ass body carted off to end your career.

    A f*ck ton of people actually do want this because in the backs of their minds they know but won't admit that he and 2-3 other guys dragged that stanky Tampa Team into the playoffs.

    Go do your shiatty hot takes on TV for millions of dollars and sell those overpriced boxed lunches.

    I hope they'll give him a telestrator and let him brutally break down game situations, play selection, reads, and execution.  The NFL is pretty gross right now.  Letting guys like him and Peyton Manning have the freedom to tear teams apart might light a fire under some people and help bridge the league through this decade.

    /And I hope his overpriced junk nutrition business folds.
  • Nana's Vibrator: JohnBigBootay: No one wants to see your broke-ass body carted off to end your career.

    A f*ck ton of people actually do want this because in the backs of their minds they know but won't admit that he and 2-3 other guys dragged that stanky Tampa Team into the playoffs.


    I understood this as "quit now rather than as the result of a catastrophic injury". Though it seems that everyone else interpreted it as "Brady's unable to play football".

    He sounded lifeless in his last game. Maybe he doesn't want to go out like that, but he's not going to get better and he got lucky just to make it to the playoffs. Time to hang it up.
  • tommyl66: edmo: Why would anyone want Brady? He's past his prime and he'll show up thinking he's coach. There's no team left in that guy.

    But hey, hire who you want. It'll sell tickets.

    It's going to be fun to watch (at least for fans of the teams he isn't considering signing with). The teams who will want Brady will be teams Brady wants nothing to do with, and the teams Brady wants to sign with will be teams that want nothing to do with Brady. But all it takes is one delusional team to think they're a lot closer to winning a championship than they actually are to throw a dump truck of money at him and he'll be back again.


    my guess some team with weak season ticket sales will pick him up.  Like, IDK, the Raiders?  Just to put butts in the seats.  Signing him is not a winning stragity, its a business one.
  • Ken VeryBigLiar
    Why would Brady want to go there? A third place team with two o-linemen worth a damn, two way better assembled teams in the division and if Denver didn't have their heads so far up their arses last year they would have at least been right there with them. Not to mention the defense is still at least 3 or 4 guys away from being respectable and McDaniels needs a new QB to buy himself and Ziegler time, not some guy who's just waiting for his arm to fall off.


    If Brady wants to keep playing he may have to go to whatever team is willing to take him.
  • Nana's Vibrator: A f*ck ton of people actually do want this because in the backs of their minds they know but won't admit that he and 2-3 other guys dragged that stanky Tampa Team into the playoffs.


    Let's not pretend like Brady wasn't part of the problem.  He couldn't get on the same page as anyof his receivers the whole season. That's on the QB, straight up.
  • Yay! It's our daily Tom Brady hate thread!

    Well, one of them, at least.
  • U of M just fired their qb coach.  Come home, Tom.
  • LL316: U of M just fired their qb coach.  Come home, Tom.


    That's an intriguing option, I could see him picking that. I am not sure he wants to do TV, it feels like he largely avoids being a guest on shows and for a guy like him, isn't on the box outside of a uniform a whole lot.

    There were a lot of hints from Tom over the season that this season was a lot harder than the year before, from comments about how long he hurts and not being able to function the day after, says a whole lot that I think people just have failed to remember at this point.
  • ElFugawz: Nana's Vibrator: JohnBigBootay: No one wants to see your broke-ass body carted off to end your career.

    A f*ck ton of people actually do want this because in the backs of their minds they know but won't admit that he and 2-3 other guys dragged that stanky Tampa Team into the playoffs.

    I understood this as "quit now rather than as the result of a catastrophic injury". Though it seems that everyone else interpreted it as "Brady's unable to play football".

    He sounded lifeless in his last game. Maybe he doesn't want to go out like that, but he's not going to get better and he got lucky just to make it to the playoffs. Time to hang it up.


    It's only fun when you win Superbowls. If you don't, is everybody else's fault that they are old and crappy.
  • ElFugawz: I understood this as "quit now rather than as the result of a catastrophic injury". Though it seems that everyone else interpreted it as "Brady's unable to play football".


    I salute you for parsing that sentence correctly!

    If the dude was 35 I wouldn't have said it. But the dude (who was never fast on his best day) is going to be 46 by the time the next season starts. We can all just stipulate to his amazing career and insane longevity. I think we can also all stipulate that he's a bit less of an athlete than he was several years ago. Dude has had an amazing run but I assure all of you that father time will win in the end. I think it would be best for all of us that he was retired when that happens. No one wants to see a guy's head come off his body on tv.
  • runwiz: Ken VeryBigLiar
    Why would Brady want to go there? A third place team with two o-linemen worth a damn, two way better assembled teams in the division and if Denver didn't have their heads so far up their arses last year they would have at least been right there with them. Not to mention the defense is still at least 3 or 4 guys away from being respectable and McDaniels needs a new QB to buy himself and Ziegler time, not some guy who's just waiting for his arm to fall off.

    If Brady wants to keep playing he may have to go to whatever team is willing to take him.


    He's said he wants to come to another quality situation so SF (if they want to give up on Lance) or maybe Tennessee are about the only place that meet that criteria.
  • JohnBigBootay: He's beyond done. He was terribly lucky to be in the shiattiest division in ages this year or he'd have been eliminated in December. What's more likely, that a 45 year old gets stronger this off-season or that he sees an incremental decline in his physical abilities?

    Couple that with an entirely new coach, team, and system? Don't be an idiot Brady. No one wants to see your broke-ass body carted off to end your career. Go do your shiatty hot takes on TV for millions of dollars and sell those overpriced boxed lunches.


    The only reason he should come back is if whatever ownership stake deal that was being reported surrounding Miami is still on the table or something similar. He'd be a fool to pass that up. I still don't know how they'd even go about assigning that a value against the salary cap.
  • JohnBigBootay: He's beyond done. He was terribly lucky to be in the shiattiest division in ages this year or he'd have been eliminated in December. What's more likely, that a 45 year old gets stronger this off-season or that he sees an incremental decline in his physical abilities?

    Couple that with an entirely new coach, team, and system? Don't be an idiot Brady. No one wants to see your broke-ass body carted off to end your career. Go do your shiatty hot takes on TV for millions of dollars and sell those overpriced boxed lunches.


    Most of Pittsburgh would disagree with you.
  • Ken VeryBigLiar: runwiz: Ken VeryBigLiar
    Why would Brady want to go there? A third place team with two o-linemen worth a damn, two way better assembled teams in the division and if Denver didn't have their heads so far up their arses last year they would have at least been right there with them. Not to mention the defense is still at least 3 or 4 guys away from being respectable and McDaniels needs a new QB to buy himself and Ziegler time, not some guy who's just waiting for his arm to fall off.

    If Brady wants to keep playing he may have to go to whatever team is willing to take him.

    He's said he wants to come to another quality situation so SF (if they want to give up on Lance) or maybe Tennessee are about the only place that meet that criteria.


    If SF gives up on purdy, who is 7-0, they are idiots.
  • phimuskapsi: Ken VeryBigLiar: runwiz: Ken VeryBigLiar
    Why would Brady want to go there? A third place team with two o-linemen worth a damn, two way better assembled teams in the division and if Denver didn't have their heads so far up their arses last year they would have at least been right there with them. Not to mention the defense is still at least 3 or 4 guys away from being respectable and McDaniels needs a new QB to buy himself and Ziegler time, not some guy who's just waiting for his arm to fall off.

    If Brady wants to keep playing he may have to go to whatever team is willing to take him.

    He's said he wants to come to another quality situation so SF (if they want to give up on Lance) or maybe Tennessee are about the only place that meet that criteria.

    If SF gives up on purdy, who is 7-0, they are idiots.


    SF has a very good team and 3 viable QBs. That's kinda crazy.
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