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I read this article either last night or the night before. I have never been a TO fan, but making $80 mil and being close to broke, I do feel a little sorry for the guy.
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I don't disagree but it's also criminal that he's paying $45K a MONTH for child support.
Yeah, 45K a month is just utterly ridiculous. 45K a YEAR could even be viewed as excessive.
I feel bad for him because it seems he has some severe mental issues and apparently no one has helped/forced him to deal with it. Throw all the money and fame out the window and look at the person. He's obviously had problems his whole life and being 38, having had fame, and now without friends, money, or a job, it's got to be as tough a time as ever for him. Fame and money don't solve your problems, in fact, they can often make them worse.
This is the year. We put our failures in the past, it's a new year, a new defense. It's time to prove to the league that the Patriots are back and aren't going anywhere and they will be the last ones standing in Feb.
Update: Well that didn't work out as I had planned. Next year baby, next year 19-0 we go. Next year.
It's really hard to feel sorry for anyone who squandered that much, not only because they had it to begin with but because it is obvious that no matter how much they had they would have blown that much, an extra 20 million simply would have postponed the inevitable for a few more months.