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  1. #46
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam_Z View Post
    Thatís a nice idea but heís going to get murdered playing a broncos defense twice the year lol

    In all seriousness Iíd like to see that happen, Because it would answer a lot of questions on his skill as a QB and durability away from Bill Belichick and Josh McDaniels.
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    I donít care what Tommy is doing at this very moment, let alone what he might be doing a year from now

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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyBrady12 View Post
    The problem with most of your comments is that they are unclear. Your original post can be interpreted multiple ways. Learn to write.
    Uh the New England Patriots were already the topic of conversation were they not?

    Perhaps Denver will trade them Drew Lock after we draft Justin Herbert.

    So much for all of TB_Trolls Jarret Stidham talk throughout the preseason
    Did you not go on a rant throughout the preseason saying that stidham was better by pointing out preseason victories and stats?

    Now Show me in my quoted statement where you are having difficulty.
    Last edited by Sam_Z; 11-01-2019 at 07:37 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Al Wilson 4 Mayor View Post
    I don’t care what Tommy is doing at this very moment, let alone what he might be doing a year from now
    This.................
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    Quote Originally Posted by EddieMac View Post
    This.................
    I felt the same but was side tracked by that pesky pans, I mean patriots fan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam_Z View Post
    I felt the same but was side tracked by that pesky pans, I mean patriots fan.
    Sidetracked over Brady in a thread started by a Broncos fan on Brady? A thread you immediately took part in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyBrady12 View Post
    Sidetracked over Brady in a thread started by a Broncos fan on Brady? A thread you immediately took part in?
    Nope not side tracked by brady, side tracked by your whining which you are still doing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam_Z View Post
    Nope not side tracked by brady, side tracked by your whining which you are still doing.
    Quote Originally Posted by Sam_Z View Post
    Thatís a nice idea but heís going to get murdered playing a broncos defense twice the year lol

    In all seriousness Iíd like to see that happen, Because it would answer a lot of questions on his skill as a QB and durability away from Bill Belichick and Josh McDaniels.
    This is the 2nd post of the thread. You jumped in before I even got involved. So it seems like to me you weren't sidetracked by me at all. Nice try though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stackhouser View Post
    Baph,

    Just curious on your thoughts, although probably not highly likely.

    https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/t...aves-patriots/

    Tom Brady focused only on the present, but expect him to eye Los Angeles if he leaves Patriots

    While Tom Brady's future became a major topic of conversation around the NFL this week, the future Hall of Fame quarterback is focused solely on trying to win a record seventh Lombardi Trophy in New England. However, should he look to play elsewhere in 2020, several sources who know him well believe there would be one team to clearly watch: the Los Angeles Chargers.

    The prospect of Brady, 42, playing as anything but a Patriot is hard for many to get their heads around, and it's something Brady himself wouldn't even discuss with his family until well after this season. Most of the teams expected to be in need of a quarterback wouldn't garner any attention from him (Cincinnati, Tampa, rebuilding Miami, Tennessee), but the Chargers would have a unique appeal to Brady on multiple levels, the sources said, while it's also something the league would covet given the Chargers' current struggles to sell PSLs and sponsorships at the glistening new stadium they will share with the Rams in Inglewood beginning next fall.

    Brady's contract is structured to void in March, and he cannot be franchise tagged. It's worth noting that Brady and the Patriots structured it that way in order to provide extreme flexibility should a new collective bargaining agreement be finalized early in 2020, as many are anticipating, that could have new measures for computing the salary cap charges on quarterbacks and could have benefits for both team and player. It does also provide the ability to test the free-agent market for the first time in his near 20-year career as well.

    Brady trains often in Southern California and has family in that state. He has held spring passing camps there, his business partner and trainer lives there (Alex Guerrero) as does his throwing specialist (Tom House). Brady has also become increasingly engrossed in Hollywood, with a second career looming perhaps in large-scale productions. Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers is an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season, and L.A. already has key pieces on offense in place and a defense that has shined recently when not ravaged by injuries.


    The Inglewood facility is expected to be the place to be, and be seen, once constructed, and some who know Brady could see the challenge of rebooting that town as a football market appealing to the quarterback. It would make Chargers games a hot ticket and could conjure images of what the Kings locker room was like when Wayne Gretzky landed there, or what LeBron James has done for the Lakers. Brady would not have to be away from his family for playing, practices or his other business ventures, and if he wants to truly play until he is 45, of all of the possible locales the Chargers were the one sources kept coming back to.

    It would be a boon for the league to have its biggest star in that market at such an imperative time, and at this point the Patriots have been going year-to-year anyway with key pieces on the roster, coaching staff and front office. Rob Gronkowski retired this year, Josh McDaniels will again be a hot name for head coaching jobs (some wonder if a McDaniels/Brady combo in Los Angeles would be in order), personnel executive Nick Caserio was ready to leave a year ago and is virtually certain to be elsewhere in 2020, and Bill Belichick, who is approaching age 70, could also opt to retire or try something else come 2020.

    There are numerous factors at play, and this is all speculative at this time. But the Chargers provide a unique opportunity on multiple levels, and if any of this does play out, seem like the obvious team to focus on to many close to the quarterback.
    Brady just bought a home in Connecticut....you were saying?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyBrady12 View Post
    Brady just bought a home in Connecticut....you were saying?
    Being a wealthy person, is it not possible Brady would decide to live in Connecticut during the NFL off season and live in the LA area during the NFL regular season?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyBrady12 View Post
    This is the 2nd post of the thread. You jumped in before I even got involved. So it seems like to me you weren't sidetracked by me at all. Nice try though.

    I was talking to Eddie... He said ďthisĒ and I said I felt the same but before I could say that to AlWilson, I said I was side tracked...

    Get it???

    Once again I am explaining every little bit to you, itís typical and never fails!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam_Z View Post

    I was talking to Eddie... He said “this” and I said I felt the same but before I could say that to AlWilson, I said I was side tracked...

    Get it???

    Once again I am explaining every little bit to you, it’s typical and never fails!
    If you didn't care about what Brady does (and you admitted that to Eddie Mac), why are you the 2nd poster on this thread? Literally within 90 minutes of the OP, you decide to chime in. King of contradictions...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyBrady12 View Post
    If you didn't care about what Brady does (and you admitted that to Eddie Mac), why are you the 2nd poster on this thread? Literally within 90 minutes of the OP, you decide to chime in. King of contradictions...
    Well that would apply to you just as well genius!

    You argue that neither manning or Elway were any good however youíre on their message forum pushing your wonder boy on us.
    Last edited by Sam_Z; 11-02-2019 at 10:23 AM.

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    I aint even gonna read this LOL! Why would Tammy go somewhere he can't cheat??? No he will retire a Cheatriot, and Bellycheat will go the same year.
    oh YEAH?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzbodog View Post
    Being a wealthy person, is it not possible Brady would decide to live in Connecticut during the NFL off season and live in the LA area during the NFL regular season?
    Doubtful he would want to be away from his family. LAC is probably the last organization he would consider, in any event. That is as dysfunctional an organization there is along with Was, TB, NYJ, etc.

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