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The Brady suspension is the most unfair and ridiculous one in NFL history. Actually it 's a tie with the six game suspension given to Ben Roethlisberger, who was never charged with a crime, much less convicted of one. It was done purely for racial reasons as Ben was a bit of a reckless party animal at the time and too many prominent black players were screwing up.

But the epidemic of Black Boys Behaving Badly never ends. Just the other day, the Philly DA's office decided not to charge Bills RB LeSean McCoy after he and some friends assaulted off-duty cops in a nightclub a few weeks ago.. Eagles receiver Nelson Aghohor was accused recently with sexual assault in a strip club. Result: no charges filed. This happens constantly. Many times I wish I had the resources to hire someone just to keep track of the number of black college and pro athletes who get in legal trouble but then see no charges filed, or charges dropped, or are given the slightest of taps on the wrist.

Then there is the day to day stuff. Second-year Bills RB Karlos Williams reported to OTC 25 pounds overweight and is too out of shape to even work out on the sidelines. And then today he was given a four-game suspension for juicing. That would seem to open the door for Bills rookie RB Jonathan Williams, but wait he was charged with a DUI the other day.

The ghetto blacks that the Caste System loves so much are all but told in so many words that their behavior and lifestyles need not conform to that of society generally, but that they can continue the gangsta life with impunity unless they screw up really badly. But Tom Brady has to sit out four games based on dubious hearsay evidence that wouldn't stand up in a court of law.
 
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It's for these reasons and more, as you point out happen on a regular basis, that I hope Brady and the Pats dominate the competition. I was ok with the fact
that Peyton went out on top but the Pats are collectively a team to really pull for, with likely the greatest QB of all time.
I'm already looking forward to him coming in to start with the Pats having just maybe one loss or undefeated in Week 5.
 

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I am interested to see how Garrapolo performs. I really like the kid, think he could use this as an audition for another job ala Brock Osweiler. I honestly think Brady has at least 3-4 more seasons in him.
 

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Tom Brady surpasses Peyton Manning, sets NFL record with 201 career wins


Tom Brady made history on Sunday. He’s the NFL’s all-time winningest quarterback.

The New England Patriots quarterback recorded his 201st career victory in a 26-10 win over the Los Angeles Rams. Brady passed Peyton Manning, who had 200 career victories with the Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos before retiring last offseason.

“I’m grateful for all of my teammates and my coaches, and for my family and friends,” Brady said after the game. “There’s been a lot of football over the years, so it’s always been about winning. And I’ve been very fortunate to be on a lot of great teams. I just feel very grateful.”

Despite entering the game with a knee injury, Brady finished the day 33-of-46 for 269 yards, one touchdown pass and no interceptions.

“We’re in the locker room with a walking legend,” cornerback Malcolm Butler said after the game. “[Brady has] the most wins in quarterback history in the NFL, but he still comes to work like he hasn’t accomplished anything. I look up to that — much respect and congratulations.”

Brady is 201-61 in his 17-year career, including playoffs. In regular-season games, he has thrown for 60,498 yards, 447 touchdowns and 151 interceptions.

He’s won four Super Bowls and six AFC Championship Games.



http://patriotswire.usatoday.com/20...manning-sets-nfl-record-with-201-career-wins/

Better than Joe Montana, the greatest ever.
 

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So Tom Brady won his 6th Super Bowl with a spectacular comeback win! This is just one more accomplishment in an already Hall of Fame career.

Brady should be included in any discussion about the greatest player of all time.
 

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Here's a clip of Tom Brady asking why people want him to retire.

One reason the mainstream media wants him to retire is that he's a white man. The mainstream media wants all white men to disappear and be replaced by non-whites.

 

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Even though his team lost I thought Brady added to his laurels by passing for over 500 yards in the Super Bowl.
 

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One story I heard about Tom Brady is that he used to pay a bonus to defensive players who intercepted him in practice. He wanted to play against tough competition in practices. It obviously made him tougher in the regular season and playoffs.
 

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Tom Brady has a tremendous receiving corps in Tampa. Chris Godwin, Mike Evans, Scott Miller, Justin Watson, Tyler Johnson, Rob Gronkowski, Cameron Brate and now, it appears, Antonio Brown. All of these men can play.

This might be the best receiving corps Brady has ever had. He knew what he was doing when he went to Tampa.
 
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(((Max Kellerman))) hates white gentile athletes and has often disparaged and discredited Tom Brady.

Will Kellerman have a complete nervous breakdown if Brady wins another super bowl?
 

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So Tom Brady won his 6th Super Bowl with a spectacular comeback win! This is just one more accomplishment in an already Hall of Fame career.

Brady should be included in any discussion about the greatest player of all time.
He already is considered the GOAT.....

I just fear for his long term health and he has nothing to gain by playing on.

The few athletes who have achieved what he has at this advanced age are usually from non contact sports, even the few who have played hockey were clearly a shadow of their prime, but Brady has barely slipped as he still a top 10 qb, just not truly elite at the Rodgers or Mahomes level, but probably at the Wilson level which includes about half dozen guys.

He's a plucky Irishman( sort of, he has significant Germanic ancestry too).
 
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Win or lose, Brady should retire after this one. Even if he loses, no other QB can measure up to his legacy, and the fans know it, no matter what the talking heads say to try to convince us all otherwise.
 

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Win or lose, I’d like to see Brady play one more year. This year is already a success. Maybe they get better next year. Or, he crashes and burns like Favre his final year with the Vikings.
 

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There are reports now saying Brady played the 2020 season with a torn MCL. Wow. But the Bucs could be in trouble for not disclosing it. Hopefully, Brady got the operation and is healed up for 2021.
 

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There are reports now saying Brady played the 2020 season with a torn MCL. Wow. But the Bucs could be in trouble for not disclosing it. Hopefully, Brady got the operation and is healed up for 2021.

Pretty crazy. That would be Brady's 3rd knee surgery of his career m If I'm not mistaken.
 

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Multiple reports are indicating that this is the very sad day that Tom Brady, the greatest quarterback in NFL history, will announce his retirement.
 

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Just saw this too Don. A sad say indeed - the best, most dominant player in NFL history. At least he goes out still at the top of his game. Big Ben, Brees and Peyton were all losing to Father Time ( I feel that Rivers was still playing at a very high level when he quit) but Brady’s elite ability continued through this season. A true testament to his physical ability, work ethic and mental acuity. His dominance will never be seen again.
 
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This is the end of the line for the greatest QB ever to walk the planet, that we all had the privilege to see do what God put him here for; to excel and be a Champion.

Sad news indeed.
 

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Being from Massachusetts, I had the privilege of seeing every game Brady played for the Patriots over 20 years. I thought as early as midway through the 2003 season that Brady had potential to be the greatest ever, and it was satisfying to be proven more right than I could have ever imagined.

Brady's retirement is fishy. While I've heard some claim that he had nothing left to prove, he's had nothing left to prove since 2015 when he already was the undisputed best ever. He also committed to the Bucs for the 2022 season when he restructured his contract last offseason. He also apparently didn't inform the Bucs of his retirement before ESPN.

My feeling is there was internal strain with the Bucs over the Antonio Brown ordeal, which Brady was largely responsible for. His idiotic attempt to be Brown's BFF was one of the low points of his career, even before his premature retirement.

In a way it's a finding end, as I always loved Brady the football player, but found the person unlikable and cringe.
 

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I'm glad that after Deflategate Brady was able to stay at the same level and win more rings to in your face those who claimed he only excelled by cheating. All the people celebrating when it first came out struck me as virtue signaling DWFs. But Brady shut 'em up.

He and Belichick's support for Trump took some guts.

I suspect the white receiver percentage of his completions would be the highest in post 80's NFL history. Would be an interesting statistic. Yes you can win with white players.

That Super Bowl comeback. Unbelievable. Then him sitting on the bench dejected in defeat and coming back to life when Butler made that miracle interception. The look on Brady's face.

Seven rings. Ten Super Bowls total.

Last but not least the all time NFL sixth round draft pick for sure.
 
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