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  • CanDB
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    Originally posted by broncoslover115 View Post
    The other thing that’s going on with him is that he’s really pissy. He’s been sour all season and it shows. He is angry that they cut AB, and that his offense sucks. And he’s not taking as much responsibility for it like he normally does.

    He’s refusing to work with the rookie WRs, calls them out in pressers and is generally out of sorts. His last presser after the win over the Eagles was pretty horrible.

    The Boston sports media is irritated with him and is not giving him a pass for his piss poor attitude.

    They don’t really understand why he’s so pissed since they’re 9-1, are on pace to have the #1 seed and will most likely secure home field advantage. They’re telling him to just shut up and play since whatever he’s upset about hasn’t impacted their standing, including not having AB.
    Thx for the insight J. It's always nice to learn what's being said in other media locales. Inside info so to speak.

    He does seem grumpy. And yeah, 9 and 1 and you got the world at your fingertips???? Sure, he's no doubt a perfectionist, but cmon dude, show a bit of empathy for the rest of the world. But this underlies the message I have offered....that he seems on the edge of making a change in his life.

    Well, the odds are against my potential landing spot, but if he does become a Charger, you and I were in the early stage of it happening.:thumb:

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  • broncoslover115
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    Originally posted by CanDB View Post
    Thank you J! It just makes sense, if he was to go anywhere. I watch that team and I see a load of talent. When James returns they can match a lot of teams for O and D prowess. Imagine a good Tom Brady with that talent?!

    But this is much speculation on my part.

    But if you look at their season, a measly 4 and 7, they have not lost a game by more than a TD, and 3 of them were within 3 points. Brady, for example, might have won a few of those. Similar situation here....a number of close losses, that could have been won.

    Anyway, if you are hearing that from your locale, it makes even more sense to me.
    The other thing that’s going on with him is that he’s really pissy. He’s been sour all season and it shows. He is angry that they cut AB, and that his offense sucks. And he’s not taking as much responsibility for it like he normally does.

    He’s refusing to work with the rookie WRs, calls them out in pressers and is generally out of sorts. His last presser after the win over the Eagles was pretty horrible.

    The Boston sports media is irritated with him and is not giving him a pass for his piss poor attitude.

    They don’t really understand why he’s so pissed since they’re 9-1, are on pace to have the #1 seed and will most likely secure home field advantage. They’re telling him to just shut up and play since whatever he’s upset about hasn’t impacted their standing, including not having AB.

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  • Butler By'Note
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    Originally posted by CanDB View Post
    Thank you J! It just makes sense, if he was to go anywhere. I watch that team and I see a load of talent. When James returns they can match a lot of teams for O and D prowess. Imagine a good Tom Brady with that talent?!

    But this is much speculation on my part.

    But if you look at their season, a measly 4 and 7, they have not lost a game by more than a TD, and 3 of them were within 3 points. Brady, for example, might have won a few of those. Similar situation here....a number of close losses, that could have been won.

    Anyway, if you are hearing that from your locale, it makes even more sense to me.
    You'd have to turn back the clock for that. And you'd have to match the talent they have and the offense to what his skills are. Brady has never been a great down field thrower. His bread and butter plays are 5-7 yard choice routes (slot runs route based fully on what the defense does pre and post snap) and 15 yard seam/dig routes to the TE.

    Brady should (and I think will) retire after this season if the Patriots don't re-sign him.

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  • Butler By'Note
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    Originally posted by CanDB View Post
    This is a far out opinion by some of us, but if Tom Brady wanted a place to play, it should be with The Chargers.....minus Rivers of course. Tom is making subtle comments here and there about his future, and yes, about his annoyance over his team's O. He is quite at home in Cali, and if there's one thing I know, The Chargers have a good team, with loads of offensive weapons. If he had his way, they'd probably add to their Oline, to give him enough time and space, because who would not want Gordon, Ekeler, Allen, Henry and Williams playing with them? And lets not forget, their D can be solid with Ingram, Bosa and the return of James.

    I know it's a big stretch, but that's the place for him, if Rivers is gone. And let's not forget, perhaps Gisele loves a pretty blue uniform on her man!
    Brady is pretty close to being done himself, if you watch him play he's not nearly what he was. He's currently on pace for his worst year since 2013, that year his o-line was poor and he got sacked 40 times, this year he's on pace to be sacked 25 times. If you take him out of the offense that he knows inside and out, and away from his comfort blankets running 7 yard choice routes and you'll see Manning in 2015 all over again.

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  • CanDB
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    Originally posted by broncoslover115 View Post
    This is pretty much in line with the Boston sports media speculation. So, good on you D. :thumb:
    Thank you J! It just makes sense, if he was to go anywhere. I watch that team and I see a load of talent. When James returns they can match a lot of teams for O and D prowess. Imagine a good Tom Brady with that talent?!

    But this is much speculation on my part.

    But if you look at their season, a measly 4 and 7, they have not lost a game by more than a TD, and 3 of them were within 3 points. Brady, for example, might have won a few of those. Similar situation here....a number of close losses, that could have been won.

    Anyway, if you are hearing that from your locale, it makes even more sense to me.
    Last edited by CanDB; 11-19-2019, 04:00 PM.

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  • broncoslover115
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    Originally posted by CanDB View Post
    This is a far out opinion by some of us, but if Tom Brady wanted a place to play, it should be with The Chargers.....minus Rivers of course. Tom is making subtle comments here and there about his future, and yes, about his annoyance over his team's O. He is quite at home in Cali, and if there's one thing I know, The Chargers have a good team, with loads of offensive weapons. If he had his way, they'd probably add to their Oline, to give him enough time and space, because who would not want Gordon, Ekeler, Allen, Henry and Williams playing with them? And lets not forget, their D can be solid with Ingram, Bosa and the return of James.

    I know it's a big stretch, but that's the place for him, if Rivers is gone. And let's not forget, perhaps Gisele loves a pretty blue uniform on her man!
    This is pretty much in line with the Boston sports media speculation. So, good on you D. :thumb:

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  • CanDB
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    This is a far out opinion by some of us, but if Tom Brady wanted a place to play, it should be with The Chargers.....minus Rivers of course. Tom is making subtle comments here and there about his future, and yes, about his annoyance over his team's O. He is quite at home in Cali, and if there's one thing I know, The Chargers have a good team, with loads of offensive weapons. If he had his way, they'd probably add to their Oline, to give him enough time and space, because who would not want Gordon, Ekeler, Allen, Henry and Williams playing with them? And lets not forget, their D can be solid with Ingram, Bosa and the return of James.

    I know it's a big stretch, but that's the place for him, if Rivers is gone. And let's not forget, perhaps Gisele loves a pretty blue uniform on her man!

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  • dizzolve
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    Last night was another display of behavior he's learned from one of his younger boys. After that last INT his reaction was full tantrum ............he fell to the ground face down and pounded the turf

    what a big baby haha

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  • broncoslover115
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    Originally posted by samparnell View Post
    Like when he was yelling into his helmet.
    That was one of the greatest things I ever saw. I laughed about that for days.

    Wish they had a Top 10 funniest QB antics on NFLN and that would certainly be #1 in my book for sure. :thumb:

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  • Taos_Broncomaniac
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    Phillip is done...

    He looked like Flacco did his last game with the Broncos.

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  • samparnell
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    Originally posted by CoryWinget81 View Post
    Agreed. Seems like the Chargers always have one of these guys. Underappreciated.

    Fouts

    Brees

    and now Rivers.

    1st ballot HOFer, IMO. And, a pretty stand up guy. I love the way he heckles other teams and fans, and manages to keep it clean. Always dangerous to play against, and hilarious as hell when you get his goat.
    Like when he was yelling into his helmet.

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  • CoryWinget81
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    Originally posted by rst08tierney View Post
    Most unappreciated QB to every play in the NFL........and yes I hate the chargers
    Agreed. Seems like the Chargers always have one of these guys. Underappreciated.

    Fouts

    Brees

    and now Rivers.

    1st ballot HOFer, IMO. And, a pretty stand up guy. I love the way he heckles other teams and fans, and manages to keep it clean. Always dangerous to play against, and hilarious as hell when you get his goat.

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  • rst08tierney
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    Most unappreciated QB to every play in the NFL........and yes I hate the chargers

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  • baphamet
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    Originally posted by obi-groo View Post
    Philip will be crying at Arrowhead in a few weeks.
    the chiefs posses nothing on defense that could possibly make him cry. if anything, he'd be crying from the three dropped long balls from our first meeting. that hasn't happened since then and you also didn't face a chargers defense with joey bosa and melvin ingram on the field.

    between the two the chiefs are not the only ones with a good and explosive offense, they are however the only ones with a piss poor defense.



    stick around so Phil can make you eat those words here soon.

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  • obi-groo
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    Philip will be crying at Arrowhead in a few weeks.

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