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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by RealestWhiteBoy, Jan 2, 2019.
So in other words he aint leaving NE until he retires.
I wonder if the fans in NE are salty and want Brady gone. What if they dont win the SB ever again with Brady, at what point does Brady himself get the hint?
He'll get the hint when he enters Kraft's office and Bob is like "So, I just want to say thank you for your past, and congrats on being a Titan!"
If that was us Id be mad
Yes it sucks to lose a HoF QB, but when its time its time. Thats the kind of thing you try to get out in front of. They had everything in place with Jimmy, and they blew it.
Unless he wants to be a QB coach, let him collect his AARP in peace..
And also, you'd think he would want to leave like Mannning. On a high note.
Hes still performing at a high level for most people, but for him it was probably considered a down year. His games vs us and Detroit were horrible. Gave some people hope that the end is nearing.
Basically they traded Jimmy G for...
No. 105 (fourth round), No. 117 (fourth round)* and a 2019 second-round pick, TBD depending on the Bears season. The * notes that the Pats sent that away to move up from No. 63 to No. 56 to get Duke Dawson
Revis? He’s seems very out there for this random list of players.
Ty Law also just doesnt seem the caliber player that should be among that list either.
It's not a list of caliber of players, it's a list of players who would have preferred to stay with their original team.