Tom Brady: I don’t know what the future holds

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During the pregame show before Monday night’s game between the Patriots and Jets, Adam Schefter of ESPN noted that Tom Brady‘s contract is up after the 2019 season and that he’s put his house in Massachusetts up for sale.

Schefter went on to say that Brady is “setting it up to move on,” although there’s nothing close to certain about what Brady plans to do at this point. Brady underlined that point during an appearance on WEEI on Wednesday morning.

Brady said there will come a point where he feels he’s had enough, but added that “those decisions come at probably more appropriate times.”

“That is the great part for me, I don’t know,” Brady said. “I think that has been a unique situation that I have been in because I think when you commit to a team for a certain amount of years you kind feel like [there is] the responsibility to always fulfill the contract. For me, it’s been good because I am just taking it day-by-day and I am enjoying what I have. I don’t know what the future holds and the great part is for me, football at this point is all borrowed time.”

Brady has said in the past that he hopes to play until he’s 45 and there’s been little about his play this season to suggest he wouldn’t reach that goal because of his performance. His desire to play could change, but there’s been nothing from Brady to suggest that’s the case either.

100 responses to “Tom Brady: I don’t know what the future holds

  1. dfwhawkguy says:
    October 23, 2019 at 8:22 am

    He’s nothing without Cheatin’ Bill lighting the path.
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    You need to try to get over that SB debacle.

  2. Tired of these clowns trying to be the first with the scoop on when Tom Brady is hanging it up. He’s selling his house because they will be moving closer to New York City after he’s done playing. They already own 2 houses in that area anyway, and she runs her business out of New York City it’s that simple. Tom isn’t playing for any other franchise period he’s already said that you just haven’t been listening

  3. I don’t know what the future holds and neither do other people here. You can makes plans but sometimes plans change. If you listened to the conversation this morning, Brady never said he wanted to stop playing. He said he is enjoying it and who knows, it could be next year he stops or in five years. So I think we should all stop speculating and enjoy the moment that we can watch him play. Let him worry about his future.

  4. I don’t know what the future holds and neither do other people here. You can make plans but sometimes plans change. If you listened to the conversation this morning, Brady never said he wanted to stop playing. He said he is enjoying it and who knows, it could be next year he stops or in five years. So I think we should all stop speculating and enjoy the moment that we can watch him play. Let him worry about his future.

  5. Keep playing for the Patriots for as long as you feel like you do now. Retire as a Patriot when the time is right. PLEASE don’t play for another team!

  6. All the good franchises already have a good quarterback.
    Why would he go to a crapy team? That’s the question one should ask Schefter.

  7. This is funny stuff. So Tom put his house in Brookline up for sale and is looking at property in Greenwich CT. Oh no I guess he’s done!?!? Please. He’s said he will play until he’s 45 or until he sucks, he’s neither of those right now. The media loves to throw crap at Brady and hope something sticks.

  8. Last time I checked, he’s signed for this season. Let the season play out then speculate all you want. The non-stop speculation is annoying.

  9. Brady leaving the Patriots would be the worst decision of his life. It will never happen. Of course BSPN is trying to spread these rumors based on pure nonsense conjecture.

  10. 1) Several news outlets have already reported the Brady Bunch are in the process of buying a house in Connecticut.
    2) Whatever contract headlines say, at 42 Brady is only ever really going to be year-to-year and his contractual smallprints will reflect this or at least factor it in to the overall dollar total
    3) There’s no reason to retire or trade him, threw 340yds his last game minus half his line and weapons. No one else could manage that as well as him, and Stidham is a year (or two) away.
    4) Patriots org won’t want him to go anywhere, at all, not now. He’s retiring a Patriot, sorry.

  11. At age 42 Brady is starting to finally hit his prime.

    If the NFL had a throne made out of 1000 smelted Lombardi trophies, Brady’s the guy that would be sitting on that throne. Since it’s Brady I guess it’d be Game of THROWN.

  12. He’s starting to annoy me.

    I am not going to lie. I hate to buy into speculation, but this appears to be some kind of a leverage play by Brady. The selling of the house, which could take years, technically, keeping his condo in the Back Bay, etc, but I am sort of laughing as to why he’s even talking about this or continues to, especially during the season.

    Shut your mouth and commit to the team. Basically, stop talking. You don’t want to end up like a high maintenance Brett Favre or something worse at the end of your career.

    For a guy obsessed with his image, you’d think he’d care more how it looks.

    The Trump hat in the locker, the Antonio Brown house guest thing after skipping OTAs. All of it is not a good look at all.

    STRANGE dude. Very, very strange guy. Probably has weird taste in other things in life, too.

    The Curese of Giselle lives on.

    But, I think these exact antics of how he wants to be in control is why BB drafted Garoppolo to threaten his being replaced or possibly being replaced since BB worked EVERY DAY with JimmyG. And now, there’s Stidham. I would imagine this is happening right now with Stidham which is why Brady is talking this way.

    Seriously, where is he going to go? The LA Chargers? Rivers retiring is he?

    I guess Nashville would be the other obvious choice.

  13. Ha Ha Ha

    All the losers, haters, and excuse makers all shivering with anticipation hoping Brady retires. News Flash: Brady will decide on his own. Right now he is winning super bowls in his 40’s and enjoying the dynastic ride. He plays because he loves the game and loves the challenge of competition. Sorry haters and losers but the Patriots defense is quickly becoming historic on level with 85 bears. Brady is not going anywhere when he has chance to play with great roster and great coach and the opportunity to compete for several more Super Bowls. Brady’s favorite Super Bowl is the next one. He is never complacent and most competitive p layer in NFL. Sorry whiners and crybabies but you have to beat New England on the field. With Belichick Brady and a defense allowing 6.9 points per game it is going to take a team playing their AAA game to beat them in the playoffs. They will play every game hard for 60 minutes and take no team lightly or get complacent. They will bring it every week. They also have the pole position for the number one seed in AFC. They do not lose in the playoffs at home. So quit your whining and just let the best team win and let the games begin. You cannot beat New England whining and crying on social media. You have to beat them on the field. God luck with that. On to Cleveland.

  14. If the Patriots happen to go undefeated this year, Brady and Bill B. are both gone. If it’s a SB appearance. win or not, they are both back for one more year and one only.

  15. Come to the Razor at Gillette on Sunday Baker. The boogeymen are waiting for you. Are you going to see ghosts too or are we going to drive you into the turf with multiple hits pressures and sacks. The number one secondary it he NFL will be waiting to pick off any pass slightly off the mark. Lots of pressure Baker Boy. Also the preseason little darling Browns full of hype are staring at the abyss. 2-4 and in danger of going 2-5 and sliding down down down the playoff standings. Since Gillette Stadium opened in 2002, the Patriots own the NFL’s best record at home overall. The Patriots own an overall record of 102-20 (.836) at home in regular season games and a 118-23 (.837) record including playoffs. So Baker we welcome you to the fortress as the Razor. Be Afraid. BE VERY AFRAID

  16. “If the Patriots happen to go undefeated this year, Brady and Bill B. are both gone.”

    Brady maybe.

    You’re dreaming and living in a fantasyland if you think Belichick is retiring any time soon.

    Its good to have dreams though, but better to have ones that you can realistically make come true on your own.

  17. Terrible Analogies says:
    October 23, 2019 at 9:17 am
    If I’d known Tom Brady would be around this long I would have gotten into hockey.

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    It’s not too late. The NHL puts a much better product on the ice than the watered down garbage we’ve seen from the NFL over the past several seasons.

  18. I don’t interpret that as “maybe I’ll go somewhere else” as some people are – it’s more of a simple and honest answer: “Maybe I’ll retire – it might be time – I’m not thinking about that now because I’ve got a job to do right now, but when this season is done, who knows?”

  19. I really love to hate the Pats and Tom Brady but there’s no denying this dude is the best damn QB of a lifetime. No one will ever come close. Furthermore, I hope he never plays for another team. It would tarnish his legacy in my honest opinion. He deserves better and the Patriots fans deserve to always have that as well. Honest opinion from a Steelers fan.

  20. “He’s afraid of facing Josh Allen the next few years”

    Thanks for the laugh I spit out a mouthful of my morning tea it was so hard to hold the laughter in.

    No one. And I mean no one anywhere in the NFL on any team, is afraid of “facing Josh Allen”

  21. Bradey has switched from ‘Long-Term-Lease’ to ‘Tenant-At-Will’. It makes perfect sense. He will stay with the Patriots as long as his play justifies it. When his play drops off and he can’t do it anymore both he and the Pats will agree it’s time to pull the plug. The Pats / Brady have a contract option to sign on for another year. The Pats will want to exercise that if Brady is still playing well. Conversely, I don’t see why Brady would want to jump ship to another team. His entire history / legacy is tied to the Pats and they always give him a chance to win Superbowls. It would make zero sense for him to jump ship to some other team if he still has the opportunity to add to his legend with the Pats. At such time that his play plummets, the Pats will want to move on and I think Tom would also recognize it’s time to hang up the cleats.

  22. Martin says:
    October 23, 2019 at 9:06 am

    All the good franchises already have a good quarterback.
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    The Bears and Titans would be instant SB contenders with an upgrade at QB. I’d say the Bills too, but there is no chance that Brady is going to play in western NY.

  23. Newsflash Idiots : Belichick and Brady are not retiring anytime soon. Why would they? They are both having the time of their life rewriting all the record books and competing for Super Bowls. They both LOVE the GAME. It is not work for them it is a passion. They live and breath football. They want 7 or 8 Super Bowls. Brady’s favorite Super Bowl is his next one. (his words) They are never complacent. Right now they are hard at work with a team 7-0 with an historic defense allowing 6,9 points per game. They also own the pole position for number one seed in AFC. They are number one in all power ranking polls. They are at the top of their profession and have more titles to win. I think they also want to put their records where they can never be broken. They want 7 or eight titles before retiring. So dream on little girls. You have to beat them on the field no ton social media. They also ignore the noise. They are busy preparing to put a beatdown on Baker and the Browns
    See you Sunday at the Razor where we have an .836 wining percentage over 20 years.
    Better bring your AAA game. There is no crying in football.

  24. >>>I think when you commit to a team for a certain amount of years you kind feel like [there is] the responsibility to always fulfill the contract.<<<

    This comment stands out to me more than anything that he said. What a difference to these players under contract that are now forcing their way out of them with bogus injuries and whatnot and refusing to report.

  25. If the Browns are up by 2 scores with less than 5 minutes left, Im turning the TV off and calling it a win. I Refuse to watch refs walk him down the field with phantom penalties and call it a legit comeback. 10 years of the same WWE crap gets old to fans.

  26. Listen to that whole interview. There’s no way Brady is going to another team. Kraft won’t let it happen, and Brady can barely tolerate new receivers coming in mid-season, let alone learning a completely new offense with new players and trying to win. That would be way too frustrating. He definitely could retire anytime, but he’s going to retire a Patriot.

  27. Everyone seems to be glossing over the fact that he’s free agent at the end of the year. Not only that, he willingly voided the last year of his contract. If he wanted to retire at the end of the year (or even before then) he could walk away no problem. The void would suggest that he wants to keep playing……just not in NE

  28. As a rabid Pro Football fan ever since the days of my favorite Quarterback “Dandy Dan” I hate the Patriots to the very core, but everything else aside Tom Brady is a pleasure to watch when he gets the ball in his hands no one has done as much for so long.

  29. Just because he puts his house up for sale? Maybe he just wants to rent a place for next 5 years. Homeownership is a pain sometimes..

  30. I guess Nashville would be the other obvious choice.
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    That would actually be super awkward because BB lives in Nashville during the off season. BB was born in Nashville and bought a house for he and Linda to escape to during the off season. BB is also a music fanatic so Nashville is a good fit for him.

  31. Tom is unwittingly doing Pats fans a favor. He is slowly conditioning them to the inevitability that at some point he will no longer play for the Patriots. I believe that Tom is conflicted by many things and doesn’t want to think about it until the season is over. He realizes that winning another superbowl this year is very possible and wants to devote is focus to that.

  32. I was around for Secretariat’s Belmont, and I vividly remember getting chills around the far turn, realizing I’d never see anything like this again in my lifetime. Just appreciate Brady for the here and now, and know this level of greatness is probably never happening again. No, I’m not a Patriots fan, just a realist in awe of such abilities.

  33. I think the one year at a time actually works well for the Patriots. If Tom does well, he gets another contract for next year. Realistically, where would he go? He would need to learn a whole new offense if he goes anywhere short of Houston (and they don’t need a QB). Maybe McDaniels would go somewhere and take him, but McDaniels isn’t going anywhere unless the destination has a good young quarterback. I think he either stays – a year at a time, or retires (forced or otherwise).

  34. I would not be surprised to see him call it a career after this year. Nothing more to prove and he is taking a lot of its this year. Gotta get tired soon

  35. I doubt he’s considering a move to another franchise, but I do think he’s pondering retirement. I think he realizes that he’s missing too much with his kids, and there’s nothing else to prove, especially if the Patriots win the Super Bowl this season. He certainly does not need the money.

    What’s unusual is that he’s talking more and more about it being the end of his career, without giving a specific date. You know he wants to go out a winner, which is why I think if New England wins, he hangs up the cleats forever.

  36. Schefter made it sound like Brady was calculating his end after the season was over.

    It just isn’t true. Brady at his age is going season to season with no idea when his days are over. NE won’t let him go to another team, their legacy is tied to winning each season. Brady gives them the best shot. They each know how to win with each other.

  37. MortimerInMiami says:
    October 23, 2019 at 9:28 am
    His next team will be the Bears in 2020, it’s quite evident.

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    I mean, if they don’t want to pay Trubisky, maybe, but they appear to be in a cap hell, so paying Brady 35 million per at age 43 seems like it wouldn’t work.

  38. factschecker says:
    October 23, 2019 at 10:33 am
    I guess Nashville would be the other obvious choice.
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    That would actually be super awkward because BB lives in Nashville during the off season. BB was born in Nashville and bought a house for he and Linda to escape to during the off season. BB is also a music fanatic so Nashville is a good fit for him.

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    Well, I agree. What’s more akwward is us being Pats fans and wanting our GOAT QB to shut his mouth and stop talking about himself.

    The best way to sum this up is the Curse of Giselle.

    Prior to 2007, Brady would never be going public, using social media, being passive-aggressive or talking out of both sides of his mouth.

  39. Behind the scenes, its all about Coach Dante Scarnecchia. As long as he’s coaching the Oline, they can put a cornerback at Oline and be able to protect Brady. The year he was gone was rough for Brady. So when he FINALLY hangs it up, Brady probably won’t be far behind. The game is won and lost, and Brady’s continued success, is due to decades of great Olines.

  40. BB wants Shula’s record for most wins. He hates Donny as do 95% of Pats fans. Brady may retire, he may sign for two more years… But BB isn’t going anywhere, his fastest track to more wins than Laces Outs’ hero, is in NE.

  41. MortimerInMiami says:
    October 23, 2019 at 9:28 am
    His next team will be the Bears in 2020, it’s quite evident.

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    I mean, if they don’t want to pay Trubisky, maybe, but they appear to be in a cap hell, so paying Brady 35 million per at age 43 seems like it wouldn’t work.

    Like I said, he really can;t go anywhere. If Rivers retired after this year, and he knows that, I can see the Chargers for LA purposes of maybe the Vrabel connections.

    The other option would be Miami.

    All of this said, Brady would be going from a penthouse to an outhouse, which makes no sense unless he is obsessed with the being the highest paid for his ego.

    Otherwise, what is the point of this kind of an interview?

    I am sure BB is annoyed as well, as our some teammates.

  42. riraider says:
    October 23, 2019 at 8:56 am
    Tom would fit in with the Raiders. John loves veteran QB’s. Bill would take Carr and win with him. Tom would make a splash in Vegas.
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    Bill is not stupid, he would never take that bum Carr, especially not over any-aged Brady.

  43. dignityrules says:
    October 23, 2019 at 10:54 am
    Schefter made it sound like Brady was calculating his end after the season was over.

    It just isn’t true. Brady at his age is going season to season with no idea when his days are over. NE won’t let him go to another team, their legacy is tied to winning each season. Brady gives them the best shot. They each know how to win with each other.

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    If this is true, why wouldn’t Brady just say this is my last year”? Why is he constantly talking about playing until 45?

    It’s just unnecessary, self-centered drama. I just want to enjoy the ride of my team’s season and watch a game for 3 hours on a Sunday.

    STOP, Tom. STOP.

  44. Brady may or may not be playing in the NFL in 2020. But his long-term future is in the Beltway. Because Brady is a natural for national politics.

  45. Brady is set up to be a FA next year. Nobody would be sure what they would do until they see what is offered. I’m sure at least a dozen teams would court him. I suspect the temptation to go win a ring without BB is strong. The Bears, Bills, 9ers, Titans, Vikings, Panthers and Cowboys are all sporting good defenses and a less than optimal QB situation. The possible landing spots are plenty, and the possible ring without BB is strong. The greatest clutch QB in history could help severak teams win it all.

  46. Going to another team, with a crappy Oline and diva players is not what TB would want to do. In NE, he doesn’t have to coach. At another team, he’d find himself having to “coach” the O: He has a standard of excellence established by and FULLY supported by the Head Coach on down. Bringing that standard to a substandard team, and expecting it to change might be a challenge a 43+ year old doesn’t need. There are reasons some teams just stink despite the obvious talent.

  47. tylawspick6 says:
    What’s more akwward is us being Pats fans and wanting our GOAT QB to shut his mouth and stop talking about himself.
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    He’s a big boy. He can say what ever he wants. Who are you to tell another person what they can and can not say? Who are you to tell anyone to shut their mouths while yours is wide open? Just enjoy his performance. He doesn’t owe anybody jack squat. We are fans. Nothing more.

  48. No facts just a story of speculation. Enquirer like reporting. If they “Pats” go unbeaten chances are he’d retire but someone will beat them along the way because eventually they will face some tougher teams….

  49. Not many facts here.. just speculation. If Brady would finish the year unbeaten he would ride off into the sunset. I doubt that will happen because eventually the “Pats” will run into some tougher competition.

  50. He’s not moving because he wants to, Giselle wants to, and who wouldn’t…lol He’ll retire when he is damn good and ready. When does look for a blockbuster trade that sends Rodgers to Green Bay.

  51. Years ago,Brady did a “60 Minutes” interview in which he said he had no idea what he would do other than play football. All these years later,he still doesn’t know. He’s certainly healthy enough at 42 to continue playing,and he still loves the game just as much,if not more. Brady will keep playing until his body starts to break down,his wife gives him an ultimatum,or he figures out his post-football life,or all of the above. As long as he retires a Patriot,it’s all good.

  52. Obviously no one knows what the future holds, but at some point the Pats will have to look forward instead of look at the past and present. To keep things going they need to figure out who the next QB is going to be and not risk scrambling when an offseason comes and Brady says I’m done.

    So if he wants to play longer than the Pats want him he’ll have to (if the Pats keep sentimentality out of it) play somewhere else.

    If I were them I would sit Brady down and say here’s our 2020 season offer: 1 year for $X mil. After that we are moving on.

  53. redclaw1314 says:
    October 23, 2019 at 10:34 am
    Tom is unwittingly doing Pats fans a favor. He is slowly conditioning them to the inevitability that at some point he will no longer play for the Patriots. I believe that Tom is conflicted by many things and doesn’t want to think about it until the season is over. He realizes that winning another superbowl this year is very possible and wants to devote his focus to that.
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    Patriots fans know that all TB12 is focused on is this week, as BB stresses week to week. Everything else is speculation and neither Shefter nor anyone else knows more than that. Period.

  54. Patriots fans know that all TB12 is focused on is this week, as BB stresses week to week. Everything else is speculation and neither Shefter nor anyone else knows more than that. Period.

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    “We’re on to Cleveland.”

  55. The future holds… he will get every call in every game. His perverted owner will not get suspended. The media will never mention they are two time cheats. They will win. The BEAT goes on.

  56. Adam Schefter needs clicks. Mention Tom Brady and here they come. Brady will _never_ play for any other team than the Patriots. Whatever else is said (or printed), TB12 understands legacy. It’s already in his pocket. Do you really think he wants to see his name on another (NFL sanctioned for profit) jersey? His Pats jersey is the #1 seller worldwide.

  57. Stephen A made a great point on Monday talking about the so called great coaches around the league while Jets and Giants are stuck with sub par coaches.

    He went on to say that the most successful of the so called great coaches of today haven’t won much, except BB and to a lesser extent Tomlin.

    Tom has what every athlete needs – a coach who can bring out the best throughout the course of their career.

    Tom would be crazy to go to another team. NE would be crazy not to keep him.

  58. Nobody knows their future, but one thing we know is your current legacy and future legacy is tainted by your cheating and lying.

    Too bad homers, it doesn’t matter how many super bowls Tommy wins, he’s a proven cheater and liar.

  59. I was watching the Jets game last night and I swear TB12 is getting younger every time I see him! Whatever it is he has, gimme a crate of it!
    He’s going nowhere! And I say this through gritted teeth as a Bears fan…

  60. factschecker says:
    October 23, 2019 at 11:35 am
    tylawspick6 says:
    What’s more akwward is us being Pats fans and wanting our GOAT QB to shut his mouth and stop talking about himself.
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    He’s a big boy. He can say what ever he wants. Who are you to tell another person what they can and can not say? Who are you to tell anyone to shut their mouths while yours is wide open? Just enjoy his performance. He doesn’t owe anybody jack squat. We are fans. Nothing more.

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    Actually, no. He’s not above the team so he CANNOT “say whatever he wants”. BB makes sure of that when dealing with his players.

    So, which is it? Brady is above the team again for ego or no?

    Hmm?

    I have a sneaking suspicion, when BB worked DAILY with Garropolo back in 2014, it scared Brady straight. Since then, his play improved dramatically in postseasons because he thought BB might actually deal him. BB NEVER drafted a QB to be Brady’s successor before, only that one time because he was fearful Brady was checking out with Gisell in his ear.

    Yep.

    So, if BB is working everyday with Stidham, doing his due diligence as the GM and Coach, this could be why Brady is acting this way.

    Regardless, an honest, REAL Pats fan, not just a Brady Homer, would admit this is not cool.

    Period.

    Shut up, Tom. Saying you’re playing until 45 over and over every year and now talking about this, while opting out, while putting your house up for sale, is a nozzle move.

    The house thing is certainly his business, but the passive aggressive other side of his mouth stuff (play until 45), is annoying and unnecessary.

  61. please everyone but NE fans see through all the BS surrounding the Pats, the league looks the other way, their schedule, the antics every week before the game. Now Tommy with his line of total garbage

  62. He is a first ballot hall of famer, he is among the league leaders in most passing categories, he has been MVP, and he has a super bowl ring for the other hand, so there is very little left for him to accomplish. There is one thing he may want to accomplish, and that is equaling Peyton Mannnig’s record of winning super bowl rings with 2 different teams as a quarterback. He would like to show that he, not Belicek, is the reason New England has won the Super Bowl 6 times. For that reason, he may want to become a free agent and try to win a ring with a different team.

  63. Shef trying to look important placing seeds where nothing will grow! Tom is not going anywhere until he retires!

  64. melikefootball says:
    October 23, 2019 at 12:25 pm
    please everyone but NE fans see through all the BS surrounding the Pats, the league looks the other way, their schedule, the antics every week before the game. Now Tommy with his line of total garbage
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    Sure, right. Schedules are determined by a formula used by all NFL teams, period. Not NE’s fault they have left the division and the NFL in the dust. As for looking the other way? Million dollar fines, lost draft choices and 4 game suspensions to a player on made up charges that never would have held up in court save for the fact the Union gave that authority solely to one man who clearly had gotten the message from powerful owners to do SOMETHING to derail the unstoppable Patriots. Look I get it, I hated the Steelers of the 70’s, the 9ers of the 80’s and the Cowboys of the 90’s. That NE has surpassed their 10 year runs with a 20 year run has to be upsetting to fans of those teams they wished could compete. It’ll end….I think. Then ya’ll can hoop and holler how lousy the Pats are, enjoy that. In the meantime just take your lumps and take in the unparalleled dominance by player, coach and team. It very well may never happen again.

  65. californianewton says:
    October 23, 2019 at 12:28 pm
    …There is one thing he may want to accomplish, and that is equaling Peyton Mannnig’s record of winning super bowl rings with 2 different teams as a quarterback…
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    Brady probably wants to win a Super Bowl with a team other than the Pats almost as much as he wants to match or exceed Peyton’s record of leading a team to nine one and done playoff exits. Which is not at all.

  66. I always find it funny when a player or coach puts one of their houses on the market and to some clowns it means they are leaving their current team.

    I also love how ESPN defends little “Schefty” and his attention seeking stories by always saying “all his reporting is based in facts.” No it isn’t.

    I own 2 homes and both are always on the market. Doesn’t mean a thing.

  67. Tom is terrified he won’t have success playing for another team. Let’s face it, the Patriots system has been very good to Tom.

  68. We have been blessed for TB12 to have played for the Pats for 20 years Tom can do anything he wants. Politics, coaching, TV, and modeling. It’s been a blast.

  69. Way too early to read the tea leaves, but we did see Joe Montana in a Cheifs uniform before he retired, so anything is possible. (And yes, it was weird to see Joe in anything but a Niners uniform!)

  70. even though i would never EVER want him on the Raiders, it would be funny seeing him play for the silver and black just to see his reaction when all the flags dont go his way like in NE.

  71. After Brady retires, the Patriots will remain competive, but will revert back to an above average team that no longer dominates the AFC.
    Brady simply has provided the highest and most consistent QB execution and game performances ever seen in the history of the NFL.
    Clearly, when Brady sees he can no longer execute his position at the level of excellence he historically has produced, he will then walk away with cheers and accolades ringing in his ears.

  72. steelcurtainn says:
    October 23, 2019 at 4:00 pm
    Whatever the future holds, its not good.
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    I suppose a Steeler fan would feel that way. Back to back years not making the playoffs, not good indeed.

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