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    ..the only place I want to play....

    music to my ears!!
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    This guy is so special.

    One thing I realized is how his agent, Don Yee, looks for and also coaches his clients on being team players and humble and winners.

    Tom Brady has got it all going on right now, pretty much the GOAT QB at this point if things continue their trajectory.
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    GOAT? Did I miss something?
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    That Kristina Akra,,.. I would punish her.. :eek:
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    GOAT = Greatest Of All Time
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    Tom Brady has a politician's skill of answering a question without really answering the question.
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    i just saw the interview, and was coming to post about it...the guy says all the right things....


    "all i know is you cant get to 19-0 without getting to 10-0"
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    Oh...Yes it's them new fangled acronyms them kids are using these days. ;)
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    A really ironic acronym. There was this massive coffee table book about Muhammed Ali called "GOAT". It costs like $400 or something.
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    That's BB's influence. What did Mike want him to say, "Yeah, 19-0, perfect season, that's what it's all about?"

    Great interview though. Tom's humility and appreciation is genuine.
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    I was pleasantly surprised as well, and for a moment there I thought he might say that he longs to play for the Jets. ;)
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    I hope we never see him in another uniform. Especially a division rival.
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    Unfortunately I can see him retiring as a 49er. I really don't mind that much as long as he spends his most productive years with us. I mean, San Francisco doesn't idolize Montana any less 'cause he played with the Chiefs.
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    The only way I can see Tom play for another team is if he pulls a Unitas and goes to another team in the twilight of his career.

    The Pats aren't going to let him walk unless there's a severe drop-off in his production.
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    Tom Brady is going to retire a Patriot, he doesn't seem like the type of guy who is going to go from team to team as he hits the end of his career looking to salvage whats left of his career. Lets hope at that point he has put himself in the history books as the greatest QB who has ever played, and there will be little debate if he can get us a couple more rings.
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    Great interview.

    I love the new media player that allows you to download the video clips. Very nice!
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    I agree. Brady has a lot of other options once his football career is over. I see him moving on instead of squeaking out those last few years.
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