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1960Pats

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Love the internet tough guy label. The guy has been competing and taking hospital hits, at age 43, in front of 100M viewers. Meanwhile, besides trash talking and having fun, he has said zero things that people would consider offensive or controversial. You’d think, based on this absurd OP, that Tom just had thrown his former teammates under the bus and then went on a Reggie White sermon tour.
That is the simple truth.
I'm amazed at how under control Brady has been for all these years, even now that the muzzle is off.
 

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You want to talk frauds how about Mr Football Peyton Manning who despite being born as a prince into football royalty has this ridiculous facade that he’s some down to earth relatable average Joe.
To some of us he'll always be a molester.
 

Pats1971

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Yeah, it's all just random chance.
I always like when people just cannot give someone credit because there is no real way to diminish them, so they turn to the word luck to sum up their entire career. It really is the last desperate move.
 

Pats1971

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This and he also needs to lay off of the botox.View attachment 33594
Forehead paralysis like you read about in that interview. Another manifestation of his wife’s influence, like TB12.

I rarely agree with Shank, but this is one of the rare times, from today’s Globe.
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Yeah not so much. Go watch the media. No matter what Brady ever accomplishes there will be people who still run in to say its nothing. In the entire playoffs last year, no matter how he looked, the media picked the other team to win every single game in the playoffs. Brady gets his motivation from things like that, and it created a 21 year career that will never be seen again. As far as karma, I have heard that **** forever, and what you and some other morons like this post dont get is. His career is the karma against everyone who cannot come to terms that he is far and above the greatest NFL player of all time. Maybe one day you will realize the karma is on you.
 

Pats1971

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Oh, endorsements are fine. I just think there's real danger in what he's promoting. I have a problem with bad science. I've had a problem with it since it first started coming out. This is not new for me, at least. Even when he was on the team, I didn't like what he was selling.
Then go picket in front of every GNC in the country, because its no different. He obviously believes in it, because he does it, and at 43 years old still playing like he is 30, its hard to argue with it. He is not the only NFL player that uses it either. Go look it up.
 

Pats1971

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I wouldn't suggest Brady uses steroids or anything like that. He's smart enough to avoid big hits, hasn't had major injuries.

His processing skills are amazing.

But I wouldn't attribute it to TB12 methods.
Hasnt had any major injuries? In his career, he has had a torn acl and mcl. A broken foot, torn tendons in his hand, broken ribs, 6 surgeries. What is a major injury to you? Yet he is still playing at a high level. Brady had two shoulder surgeries and can still throw with the best of them. Cam had one and looks like a 5 year old throwing the ball at times.
 

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Then go picket in front of every GNC in the country, because its no different. He obviously believes in it, because he does it, and at 43 years old still playing like he is 30, its hard to argue with it. He is not the only NFL player that uses it either. Go look it up.

I think GNC went bankrupt so he’ll have to do it at the Vitamin Shop
 

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I was out on brady and gronk before they left. I can't stand either one of them :yuck: . They can jam their SB trophies up their ass. Big Z left. I still love that man. He's the same guy he was when he came to Boston. He hasn't changed one bit. He didn't turn into some weirdo cult like leader snake oil salesman selling concussion water.
This is the type of thing Jets and Bills fans always said.
 

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I always like when people just cannot give someone credit because there is no real way to diminish them, so they turn to the word luck to sum up their entire career. It really is the last desperate move.
The funny thing with Brady is that he's had to deal with bad luck as much as good.
 
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One too many organic kale spritzers has turned him into a Chatty Tammy

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VectorPrime

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It’s honestly amazing to me how increasingly butthurt Pats people are getting at now everything Brady does. Like how it’s ANNOYING that he do The Match and do the appearance on the Shop, or he posts more on Instagram. You aren’t forced to watch ANY of this. It’s become this.

 

malik

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...at least we finally agree he’s talking a lot....

make him look like lebron I wonder if y’all are still supportive. Hmm... gotta meditate on this one.
 

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One of the dumbest threads evah.
I think Tom's happy now and he wasn't here the last few years. He outgrew us, and I'm sure he doesn't miss the Anti-Patriots national jihad and local media, and he's together again with teammates now who were never coming back here. I'm happy for him.

Nobody's perfect, and the flaws in Belichick and Kraft have been and will always be there. I continue to appreciate the good things about our team and root for number 7.

The absurd narrative that Brady 'cemented' his legacy by winning in Tampa is like saying Gordie Howe cemented his legacy by winning the Avco World Trophy with his sons in Houston. It's a great accomplishment but his legacy was already cemented many years prior.
 

amfootball

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The absurd narrative that Brady 'cemented' his legacy by winning in Tampa is like saying Gordie Howe cemented his legacy by winning the Avco World Trophy with his sons in Houston. It's a great accomplishment but his legacy was already cemented many years prior.
I don't agree. The difference with Brady is there has never been an all-time great player whose success was credited so much to his coach and the "system." Some of it was warranted in the beginning because Brady was a 6th round pick but over 20 years the narrative was ridiculous and I would imagine nauseating to Brady. He was the GOAT QB prior to last year but that win in Tampa, in year one, on the road, beating Brees, Rodgers and Mahomes to boot did more for his personal legacy to separate him from Bill and the "Patriot Way" than any other championship IMO. It also completely flipped the national narrative about his career being a product of Bill.
 

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I don't agree. The difference with Brady is there has never been an all-time great player whose success was credited so much to his coach and the "system." Some of it was warranted in the beginning because Brady was a 6th round pick but over 20 years the narrative was ridiculous and I would imagine nauseating to Brady. He was the GOAT QB prior to last year but that win in Tampa, in year one, on the road, beating Brees, Rodgers and Mahomes to boot did more for his personal legacy to separate him from Bill and the "Patriot Way" than any other championship IMO. It also completely flipped the national narrative about his career being a product of Bill.
As you say, the narrative is ridiculous, and indeed nauseating to me, like the narrative that the Patriots were a 'laughingstock' prior to Kraft's purchase, or that the Patriots ever cheated.

So if an athlete's legacy is defined by stupid, idiotic national media perception of him or her, then you're right.

If it's defined as I consider it, that is the body of work including on field accomplishments, then what Tom's done in Tampa can only augment it.

While we're on the subject, Bill Belichick's legacy is intact period. He's the only one who gave Brady a chance and then kept him on the roster and then kept him in there when the stupid, idiotic media, fans and even deluded teammates wanted the horrible Bledsoe back in there. And later when they trumpeted that Brady was done after the big Monday night loss in Kansas City.

I'm happy to see us win more titles, but whatever happens will have no more bearing on Coach's legacy than Vince Lombardi's record with the Redskins did on his.
 

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