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Tom Brady Announces He's Leaving New England

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1 minute ago, SBLIII said:

 

Wait what? He wanted to leave NE?

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This is unbelievable. I know so many on here are jumping to say “I tOlD yOu sO” but for real, this is unbelievable. 
 

I’m excited for change in NE. Wish Brady the best wherever he goes.

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3 minutes ago, Pats#1 said:

How is it a cop out if it’s true?

Just because we finally now have the Brady or Bellichick scenario and hardcore Brady fans (mainly my buddy) will use his age as a cop out without giving BB his credit for the level of success. 

The Pats D propped up Brady as a younger guy and Brady probably propped up the Pats with weaker rosters. Just the perfect pairing of guys at the right time and the right system. 

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Just now, August4th said:

can see NE trading for Dalton

This is exactly what I see happening. I don't know NE's draft capital but knowing BB, they've stockpiled picks lol

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Just now, Calvert28 said:

Wait what? He wanted to leave NE?

I think it’s more the fact the Pats never began conversation to keeping him. More thought they just had him and he would stay

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Just now, .Buzz said:

So you think if they get a solid veteran like I mentioned that QB doesn't improve their recent play/take a step forward (although NE needs to improve it's weapons/Harry needs to take a step up)?

No, I don’t believe that a QB magically becomes a better QB due to a system that supposedly exists.

 

Can a defense bail him out, can a run game afford him to do less, yes....but NE has neither of those. 

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1 minute ago, Pats#1 said:

No, I don’t believe that a QB magically becomes a better QB due to a system that supposedly exists.

 

Can a defense bail him out, can a run game afford him to do less, yes....but NE has neither of those. 

Guess we'll see. I'm not acting as if a guy goes to NE and magically is good, but I do think they run things the right way there and know how to get the most out of a player which is my point.

Get a solid vet like either listed and you aren't picking high enough for Lawrence or Fields imo.

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1 minute ago, Karnage84 said:

Just because we finally now have the Brady or Bellichick scenario and hardcore Brady fans (mainly my buddy) will use his age as a cop out without giving BB his credit for the level of success. 

The Pats D propped up Brady as a younger guy and Brady probably propped up the Pats with weaker rosters. Just the perfect pairing of guys at the right time and the right system. 

Eh, I don’t think using one persons position is a good excuse to say something is in actuality a cop out. 
 

if he gives BB zero credit I disagree, if he gives Brady more credit than BB, I don’t think that’s a crazy stance. 

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Just now, .Buzz said:

Guess we'll see. I'm not acting as if a guy goes to NE and magically is good, but I do think they run things the right way there and know how to get the most out of a player which is my point.

Get a solid vet like either listed and you aren't picking high enough for Lawrence or Fields imo.

I can agree with this in general, I just don’t think NE/BB has the flexibility of being able to slack on skill position offensive players anymore because Brady is gone, and that is going to greatly diminish those security blankets. 

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30 minutes ago, ramssuperbowl99 said:

DeShaun Watson for a 2022 3rd round pick. You heard it here first.

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I’ll believe it after the trade deadline and he’s still not a pat 

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