Ok, Ok, I know Tom Brady has been discussed to death. With the news of Tom Brady going to Tampa Bay the narrative has been all about the blame game. Who's fault is it? Belichick, Brady, or Kraft Once we get past the 'shock value' of coming to terms with the fact that Brady will not be wearing a Pats uniform, can we actually even contemplate that this was best for everyone? Here's my perspective on things. The Pats offense was a mess last season. It was tough to watch. They didn't need a paint job, they needed a massive overhaul. Unless they were willing to make that complete overhaul, I didn't want to see Brady come back and well 'not be Brady'. No one wants to see superman not be super. That's what we got last season. Brady showed clear frustration all of last season and never really seemed to be enjoying himself. Without an overhaul, it just seems to be getting worse. So I was rooting for him to retire. You had a great career, nothing more to prove. Let's close the book, retire a Patriot and you won't have to suffer through more frustrations. But he didn't want to do that. That's fine. Now that he's in Tampa Bay he has some weapons again that could help make TOm Brady look like Tom Brady. Ask yourself, what scenario would you rather see play out......... Brady goes to Tampa Bay and goes 9-7 or 8-8 but looks good while throwing 34 TDs in a top 10 offense. OR Brady stays in New England and has his first losing record as a start in his entire career while continuing to be frustrated with the lack of weapons around him. I love watching Brady and having him be 'our guy' but the reality is that he is old and can't compensate for everyone else's mistakes anymore. Short of retiring, going to Tampa (a non-conference opponent) where he might be able ot put up stats again isn't so bad.