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    What is greater?

    What is greater? TB's win/loss or the Pats? San Diego/Indy?
    Should put alot of threads to rest when system QBs leave a system.

    Looking at you Baph.
    Last edited by Endaround; 04-07-2020 at 02:54 PM. Reason: clarity

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    Quote Originally Posted by Endaround View Post
    What is greater? TB's win/loss or the Pats? San Diego/Indy?
    Should put alot of threads to rest when system QBs leave a system.

    Looking at you Baph.
    Neither Tom Brady nor Philip Rivers will do any good.

    Tom Brady is going to a place that does not support his style of offense and even if the buccs do change their entire offense to suit the cheetah, those guys in Tampa Bay are not going to pick it up in time for the cheetah to make a difference.

    As far as Philip Rivers goes, he is just so broken down and washed up that he wont make a difference anywhere he goes. LOL

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    I would go as far as to say... PR has a greater positive impact on his team that TB.

    Or is it the team around him has a more positive impact?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam_Z View Post
    Neither Tom Brady nor Philip Rivers will do any good.

    Tom Brady is going to a place that does not support his style of offense and even if the buccs do change their entire offense to suit the cheetah, those guys in Tampa Bay are not going to pick it up in time for the cheetah to make a difference.

    As far as Philip Rivers goes, he is just so broken down and washed up that he won’t make a difference anywhere he goes. LOL
    IF and WHEN the next NFL season happens, by week 9...10, if not sooner both Cheetah and Phyllis will be in a major tail spins and careening to earth. BOOM!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzbodog View Post
    IF and WHEN the next NFL season happens, by week 9...10, if not sooner both Cheetah and Phyllis will be in a major tail spins and careening to earth. BOOM!
    Brady has something to prove and its going to be hilarious when he fails miserably!

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    Brady will have more trademarks than tds, and PR will still be driving his limo back and forth from San Diego, but he will have film.

    New England wins the division at 7 and 9, belichicks dominance continues. Chargers do Denver redux qb juggle for 4 or 5 seasons. Woot woot, we play Belichick this year, wish we could do TB and make it a sweep. Chargers move to England, and they get a scottish qb, former soccer guy.
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    I wouldn't be surprised if Brady's career with the Bucs ends similarly to Joe Montana's and the '93 Chiefs;
    underwhelming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Endaround View Post
    What is greater? TB's win/loss or the Pats? San Diego/Indy?
    Should put alot of threads to rest when system QBs leave a system.

    Looking at you Baph.
    The Pats have Bill Belichick, so I would think they'll be better (I have little respect for Bruce Arians), but that Patriots offense right now looks bad. We'll see where they are once the offseason is over, but they may have to get all of their wins 6-3. I'm not entirely sure that New England (Belichick) wouldn't mind a down year while they get their cap in order. That way in 2021 they've got a high pick for a QB, plus lots of cap room.

    The Indy/SD thing is curious because both are good rosters, but neither team has a QB. The Chargers have a high pick and possible ammunition to get higher to draft either Tua or Herbert. The Colts meanwhile think they have their answer, but they've got an old QB who has no arm strength left and can't seem to stop making poor decisions.

    If I had to guess: Tampa and NE both finish in the 8-8/9-7 range, the Chargers end up 7-9, the Colts finish 6-10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mozzerpete View Post
    I wouldn't be surprised if Brady's career with the Bucs ends similarly to Joe Montana's and the '93 Chiefs;
    underwhelming.
    Wow! You're a psychic and your great odds prediction will push little TammyBoy12 into the abyss of total, eternal nothingness!
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