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Nightmare scenario at QB in off season

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1 hour ago, japan said:

Unless AAS is wanting Brady, the odds are almost nil!


Under this ridiculous claim why wouldn’t she want Brady as the starter? PK talked about how it would improve the overall value of the team and put them at the forefront of the NFL. 
 

If the owner would force MM of course she’d force Brady

 

Luckily she had nothing to do with MM

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1 hour ago, OILERMAN said:


Under this ridiculous claim why wouldn’t she want Brady as the starter? PK talked about how it would improve the overall value of the team and put them at the forefront of the NFL. 
 

If the owner would force MM of course she’d force Brady

 

Luckily she had nothing to do with MM

Organizational decision.  Vrabel with full control over starters.  Per PK.

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While we are trying to scare ourselves to death, don't forget Joe Flacco will probably be available.  He's won a SB, plus Pees is familiar with him.

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45 minutes ago, japan said:

Organizational decision.  Vrabel with full control over starters.  Per PK.

 

PK is wrong, as he can be.  Vrabel plainly said they had to discuss the permanent change organizationally.  That's not full control. 

 

Plus, multiple people reported that the coaches wanted to play Tannehill and you don't want to acknowledge it because you don't like the sources.

 

Robinson runs the football side of the organization, personnel and coaches.  Of course, when you have fired a coach off a playoff win for not maximizing the QB and are paying the same guy 20.9 M, I'm sure he wanted to safe face and validate his plan that MM could succeed.  That's far more logical than the crackpot idea that AAS calls the shots on who plays.

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If we didn't have a clear shot at keeping Tannehill almost any other options would be evaluated.  Right now Tannehill is clearly the best option.  Brady doesn't have it anymore.  With their defense they might win another SB but they look vulnerable to me on offense. 

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4 hours ago, headhunter said:

Patriots dont have Gronk anymore, thats been their issue on offense. I watched the Pats game ans the WRs were not getting open at all, in fact they were blanketed . 

 

But on topic theres no doubt Tannehill will resign here. Im confident about that. Wr have the money, the cap space, the need

 

This is true, but he's also missing wide open players. His balls lack the power they once had.

 

 

Ummm...I mean, his passes.

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1 hour ago, scine09 said:

Nobody has any friggin clue as to who decided what.  The Titans are as tight lipped as almost any organization in the league.  The only things that get out are the things that they want out.

And certainly Lombardi of all people isn't getting any scoop...

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Brady isn't leaving NE. Even if he did come here. Signing him on a 1-2 year deal and drafting a QB to groom wouldn't be a bad move. 

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Personally, I don’t see it happening. I think the risk of Brady falling off the cliff, which is inevitable at some point, would be a deterrent for Robinson and Vrabel and a recipe for their demise.

 

It’s far far more likely that Tannehill is the quarterback for 2020 and beyond.

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