Re: Who actually thought Brady would wind up with the Bucs?


Author:squarooticus
Homepage:http://www.krose.org/~krose/
Date:2020-04-23 13:44:45
Edited:2020-04-23 19:38:51
In Reply To:Who actually thought Brady would wind up with the Bucs? by Nosferatwo
Views:60
I'm a Bucs fan from back in the Sapp/Alstott days, and I never for a second thought it was going to happen... until it did. It made all the sense in the world, but no one ever wants to go to Tampa.
Who cares? He's at the end of his career. It's not like you're getting 24 yo Tom Brady.
And now Gronk is down there with him. They're going to be the most interesting team in the league, and make for a fascinating comparison.
Gronk is still a big, stupid man who can run fast (edit: through other players) and catch balls. I think the end of his career comes from an injury.
If they don't pull a QB out of thin air, I'm not sure how Brady doesn't come out ahead of Belichick over the next two to three years.
That might be true, but (a) that is less of a reflection on the value of aging Brady/Gronk than it is on the problem of importing a new QB into an existing system, and (b) it might not: don't underestimate Belichick.

"You bandits don't just die quickly, I mean, example: This one guy in New Haven, cities burning, people dying left and right, yada yada yada, and this jackhole rushes me with a spoon. A frickin' spoon. And I'm just, dying laughing right? So I just scoop out his eyeballs with it and his kids are like, 'waaah', he can't see where he's going, bumping into stuff, maybe you just had to be there. Anyway, the moral is, you're a total bitch." - Handsome Jack

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