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May as well.  Should be an entertaining thread if nothing else, even if it’s 90% of people raging at the idea.  
 

Stephen A Smith and Bill Simmons think we’re where he goes.  Yes, I know 😂 But Adam Schefter was recently on a panel and very coy about where Brady ends up next year saying like with Manning, people may be surprised where he ended up (after folks talked about the obvious places like Chargers and Colts).  
 

One other tidbit of note was at his conference today, Vrabel worded the future plans with Henry and Ryan Tannehill differently.  It was subtle, but he made it sound like Henry would for sure be an upcoming negotiation but was pretty vague in regards to RT.  It was also a little odd that Tannehill didn’t have any comments or interviews today when folks were heading out of the facilities.  
 

Anyway, with all the Defensive Coordinator and secondary coach talking points going on today, may as well get all of the drama out of the way.  

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Just now, oldschool said:

I have to think Jrob and Vrabel are smart enough  to realize Brady fell off a cliff this year. The more likely landing spot for Brady is the Chargers.

 

God we can only hope so. 

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All I’ll say in regards to it on the (potential) positives.  It would be an easier contract to get out of than RT if things don’t go well on the field, and even though our offense is built around PA and down the field throws - most of our receivers are more of the YAC type than burners.  There is potential that may line up ok with Brady, even though everyone should rightfully question his arm after this last season.  

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Here is something to think about long term though. Who would you rather have groom your future QB?

 

It would be a short term type thing as Brady is washed up, whereas Tannehill likely gives several years of production.

 

This all depends on what the plan is long term at that position.

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Just now, Mercalius said:

All I’ll say in regards to it on the (potential) positives.  It would be an easier contract to get out of than RT if things don’t go well on the field, and even though our offense is built around PA and down the field throws - most of our receivers are more of the YAC type than burners.  There is potential that may line up ok with Brady, even though everyone should rightfully question his arm after this last season.  

 

It wasnt just his arm. He was downright bad for most of the season. Whomever signs him is doing it for ticket sales like the Chargers need or have a dumbass in the decision makers chair.

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1 minute ago, oldschool said:

 

It wasnt just his arm. He was downright bad for most of the season. Whomever signs him is doing it for ticket sales like the Chargers need or have a dumbass in the decision makers chair.


I didn’t watch many Pats games this year but the ones I saw he looked off most of the time.  Didn’t he start the season ok then fade pretty badly past the midpoint of the season?

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1 minute ago, Mercalius said:


I didn’t watch many Pats games this year but the ones I saw he looked off most of the time.  Didn’t he start the season ok then fade pretty badly past the midpoint of the season?

 

Brady's numbers have steadily declined for 3 straight seasons now

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