In Celebration Of Tom Brady, Bill Belichick & The New England Patriots

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Brady comes out on top as expected but there is a lot to learn here.

For example, I've never been a fan of Wentz or Goff and their negative wins-over-average ranking reinforces my belief. Hoyer ranks better than either of them. Go figure (but I believe it).

Yeah I thought that was odd as well. Now this is from 2017, so not sure how Wentz would be now. I wish I could find an updated list.
 

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F the media. Pissed because BB didn't signal.

Bill Belichick’s silence on the events of the past week is becoming deafening to some NFL analysts. The New England Patriots head coach has not, as of Friday afternoon, made an official statement about George Floyd’s death or the bigger issues involved in the Black Lives Matter protests that have broken out all over the country. Pro Football Talk‘s Mike Florio and NBC Sports Boston‘s Tom Curran noticed his lack of public comment in separate articles on Friday.


More than noticing Belichick’s silence, Curran wondered if the Patriots coach can still call himself a supporter of Donald Trump. The coach famously sent the president a letter of congratulations after he won the 2016 election. Curran believes that Belichick’s stance regarding his support for the president is relevant.

Yeah he just actually had a meeting with his people and invited ACLU racial justice director. Sorry it wasn't a press conference you douche bags.
 
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F the media. Pissed because BB didn't signal.

Bill Belichick’s silence on the events of the past week is becoming deafening to some NFL analysts. The New England Patriots head coach has not, as of Friday afternoon, made an official statement about George Floyd’s death or the bigger issues involved in the Black Lives Matter protests that have broken out all over the country. Pro Football Talk‘s Mike Florio and NBC Sports Boston‘s Tom Curran noticed his lack of public comment in separate articles on Friday.


More than noticing Belichick’s silence, Curran wondered if the Patriots coach can still call himself a supporter of Donald Trump. The coach famously sent the president a letter of congratulations after he won the 2016 election. Curran believes that Belichick’s stance regarding his support for the president is relevant.

Yeah he just actually had a meeting with his people and invited ACLU racial justice director. Sorry it wasn't a press conference you douche bags.


Curran is irrelevant.
 

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F the media. Pissed because BB didn't signal.

Bill Belichick’s silence on the events of the past week is becoming deafening to some NFL analysts. The New England Patriots head coach has not, as of Friday afternoon, made an official statement about George Floyd’s death or the bigger issues involved in the Black Lives Matter protests that have broken out all over the country. Pro Football Talk‘s Mike Florio and NBC Sports Boston‘s Tom Curran noticed his lack of public comment in separate articles on Friday.


More than noticing Belichick’s silence, Curran wondered if the Patriots coach can still call himself a supporter of Donald Trump. The coach famously sent the president a letter of congratulations after he won the 2016 election. Curran believes that Belichick’s stance regarding his support for the president is relevant.

Yeah he just actually had a meeting with his people and invited ACLU racial justice director. Sorry it wasn't a press conference you douche bags.

Just an observation. no disrespect. This is THE legacy thread. BB's view on BLM has no bearing, no place, imo, in this thread.

Cheers, :toast:
 
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Happy 43rd Birthday to Tom Brady.
A sport only has one actual GOAT.
Brady is the best and most accomplished QB of all-time.
He has has won 7 MVPs, 6 Super Bowls and has never had a losing season.
In 18 healthy years as a starter, he's reached as many SBs (9) as he's missed.
 

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Happy birthday old man. Being home or traveling will now start looking better and better to you. Now is the time in your career when you start staying up at night asking yourself why the F am I still doing this. They don't care about me or the product. I am only here training my replacement and stuff like that. Enjoy your retirement trip around the league.
 

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Happy birthday old man. Being home or traveling will now start looking better and better to you. Now is the time in your career when you start staying up at night asking yourself why the F am I still doing this. They don't care about me or the product. I am only here training my replacement and stuff like that. Enjoy your retirement trip around the league.

I am not sure why he does not already think that. I am at a loss for what drives him to keep playing. Hopefully one day he will come back for one day and retire here and some fans will understand what he did here.

Its amazing how legends grow once they are gone. I used to hear stories about games, and now I would go back and watch them. Like the Jets superbowl. Namath was average at best, yet as the years pass by it becomes more legendary. Hopefully he will too.
 

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Agreed.

But I still believe he has a hideous, disfigured portrait of himself hidden somewhere in his house.

Don't sweat it Doc, I have it covered.

Its wolverine blood....Yeah I heard a doct describe what happened to his thumb, and it wasnt cut, it was pulled so far back that it ripped open the skin...if that happened to me, I would have to be put down.
 
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