Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by Deus Irae, Jan 17, 2018.
but I do know I saved with Geico......
Probably true, but people were saying late yesterday that he missed practice yesterday and was expected to miss it today. No one on BB teams misses a Thursday practice if they expect to play on Sunday (and/or they are really hurt) - isn't Thursday the day the game plan is implemented? I am comforted, perhaps falsely, that he was out there, with some funky gloves on. That means to me that he is getting ready to play and is either protecting the hand to the best of his ability, or he's learning to play this weekend with some funky gloves on, or both. Either way, that news to me is way better than, "Tom Brady, as expected, was not sighted on the field for practice today."
Hi! Patriot fan here...I'll be watching the game Sunday. I imagine all of you ,Patriot fans will too...and all you hater trolls that pose as Pats fans even more, eh?
and when the game is over, win or lose, I'll still be a die hard Patriot fan. Sorry...that's how this "being a fan" thing works. The rest of you ADHD riddled may flies can flit off to the next "flava" of the month and bang all the "IT"S WEAL BAD!!!!" drums you want.
No joke, I saved $1400 by switching to them on my car insurance.
Joker you wound me!
If I could keep declaring your post a winner I would. That's THE definitive statement on this whole situation. All I care about is one thing...beating Jacksonville on Sunday!
They're not losing Sunday no matter who is the QB. It's gonna be Brady anyway.
Getting real ? Or “still nothing to see here” ?
Actually he was listed as DNP.
This is going to be a long couple of days....
Nope, nothing to worry about totally normal.
Looks like brady was out there for show today...
I *ucking knew this was worse than people thought
Take it easy folks, it will be ok.
Brady loves practice. Have to drag him out of there, supposedly.
I dunno how much of a “something” this is - but it’s “not nothing”.
What crappy luck. Screw up your throwing hand on a routine handoff.
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