If Tom Brady wants the 49ers, would the 49ers want Tom Brady?

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Patriots quarterback Tom Brady will be a free agent in March, able to sign with any team. And if Brady is determined to attend the Super Bowl next year as a participant not a spectator, there aren’t many spots that would give him a clear chance to do that.

One potential spot would be in the place not far from where Brady was raised, playing for the team he cheered on as a child: The San Francisco 49ers. With Santa Clara a mere 39 miles from his hometown of San Mateo — and with the 49ers currently loaded on both sides of the ball — Brady may be fascinated by the possibility of pursuing Ring No. 7 with a franchise that would match the Patriots with Ring No. 6.

So what if Brady calls G.M. John Lynch and/or coach Kyle Shanahan and makes it clear that he’s interested? (The oft-ignored tampering rules would require slightly more discretion than that, but it would be easy for Brady to send the message.) What would the 49ers say if they could swap out Jimmy Garoppolo (possibly, trade him back to the Patriots) for Brady?

It’s an intriguing prospect, to say the least. “He doesn’t fit the offense,” some will say. Others will respond by saying, “Make the offense fit him.”

Here’s the real question that 49ers fans objectively need to ask themselves: Would the 49ers have won the Super Bowl with Tom Brady at quarterback? If Lynch and Shanahan resolve that question in the affirmative, they also may think that they’d be more likely to win the next one with Brady.

However it plays out, the structure of Garoppolo’s contract gives the 49ers until April 1 to make a decision. On that day, $15.7 million of Garoppolo’s $23.8 million salary becomes fully guaranteed. Before April 1, the 49ers can escape the salary, a $600,000 workout bonus, and $800,000 in per-game roster bonuses by trading or cutting Garoppolo. The cap hit would be only $4.2 million.

So what will they do? It starts with what does Brady want to do? If he’s willing to take the same $25.2 million (plus maybe a few more bucks) that the 49ers will pay Garoppolo this year, the 49ers will have a big decision to make.

101 responses to “If Tom Brady wants the 49ers, would the 49ers want Tom Brady?

  1. After that performance by Jimmy G, ABSOLUTELY they would want Brady. They are still good and he would give them a big time upgrade!!

  2. If Tom Brady wants the 49ers, would the 49ers wants Tom Brady? Yes, we wants us the precious Tom Bradys.

    – Gollum

  3. Behind that offensive line, running game and George Kittle with a solid defense backing him up. Yes, even an old Brady could do really well with that.

  4. If the 49ers have any plans on Garoppolo in the long-term, in what world would it ever make sense that they’d bring in an aging Tom Brady for a 1-yr stint?

  5. Brady and the vaunted Patriots with Bill Belichick were one and done this year.

    There is always an over-reaction to losing a Super Bowl. 30 other teams did worse than the Forty Niners. There is no need to panic.

  6. I don’t think Jimmy G was the main reason the 49ers lost. They had the game well in hand late but inexplicably went away from continuing the offense that had been working for them up to that point. I think Kyle Shanahan is more to blame for what happened as he was in Atlanta too.

  7. The question really applies to a few other teams with seemingly solid teams with average or below QBs. SF got to the SB and except for the bad 4th quarter, JG played extremely well. I don’t expect them to change QBs. Giving up their young QB for the final year or two of an old QB doesn’t make sense unless the quality of play would be so obvious as to demand it. In this case, that isn’t presented.

    The Las Vegas Raiders is Brady’s most logical landing spot. The splash of the new team location with the GOAT QB would sell seats. Carr isn’t the QB that the front office/coach picked, so moving on from him is expected. Brady would give them two splash years and also allow them to select a new QB in the draft to prepare to take over. I expect Carr to be traded, regardless.

  8. Does he really want to play in that division? I see him leaning toward Carolina or Tampa with a division that has more starting QB spots available for a short term stop and a division that is easier to get through than any but the NFC East. Dallas tagging and trading Dak, then signing Brady would be a wild scenario.

  9. its funny watching 49ers fans think they have a 10 year window with garropolo when sanders probably isnt coming back, kittle needs to be paid after this season and a bunch of defensive personnel will leave since there isnt the cap room. Will 49ers keep Jimmy G? sure but Kyle shanahan told you what he thought of Jimmy G in the SB at the end of the first half and Jimmy G’s performance in the 4th quarter proved Shanahan right.

  10. Why do people think that Brady is going to be that sought after? His arm hasn’t looked in a couple of years and last year he looked very average. Unless you are a team that has one last push to a title Brady makes little to no sense.

  11. It is the Patriots who say no — if Bill moves on from Brady it is not going to be for a $25m/year QB. He will be looking for a rookie/young bargain and spending the difference on other players.

  12. Is Brady better at 43 than Garopplo now? I am not sure, no I am sure he is not, maybe equal and in year 2? How much is asking? Is Brady 30-35 million a year? no thanks at 43 at 38 yeah I’m in.

  13. And if Brady doesn’t work out in SF after one season, the 49ers could sign Kirk Cousins in the offseason (who was their original pre-Garoppolo target). This only makes sense if SF is convinced Jimmy is not the answer.

  14. rickfol says:
    February 6, 2020 at 12:41 pm
    After that performance by Jimmy G, ABSOLUTELY they would want Brady. They are still good and he would give them a big time upgrade!!

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    After the performance? LOL

    He was 18/21 mid way through the 3rd qtr after to beat SB MVP Phil SImms’s 1987 SB performance for the best compl% ever.

    Imagine if they simply handed it off 4-5 more times to Mostert and his 6 YPC average, running amuck over that feeble Chiefs D.

    Do you even watch the games? LOL

    JimmyG had a better year than Brady and I am a diehard Pats fan.

  15. SF has a solid young QB who has lost 5 career games. And 7 of his career wins were on bad football teams to 1 loss. Look, he is young and talented. Mahomes also had a rough Super Bowl, he just made MVP plays at the right times.

    Meanwhile, Brady didnt play better than Jimmy G this year. Sure, Brady is a legend but hes not getting younger. I also dont see him mobile enough to run hard play action like Shanahan does. Guys like Jimmy and Cousins are just a little more nimble.

  16. Great. More Brady free agent articles. Let’s do one for each team that either made the playoffs or barely missed who can use an “upgrade” at QB.

    Titans
    Vikings
    Rams
    Eagles

    Jimmy isn’t the best QB but can still take 49ers back to the playoffs if their run game and defense remains strong. Unless Jimmy proves us all wrong and improves next season.

  17. Can we get OFF Jimmy Gs butt. Brady has LOST 3 Super Bowls. Lebron has LOST 5 nba finals. The speculation is lame lame lame

  18. And if the 49ers had won we would be subjected to endless criticisms of Belichick’s JimmyG trade, despite Brady going to 3 SBs and winning 2 since because, you know, sports narrative.

  19. This is a joke right?? Jimmy G has been the most overrated qb I’ve seen in years. The 9ers would be foolish not to take accept Bradys presence. You can find another jimmy G in the 2-4th rounds of drafts once Brady retires. Shanahan is also good at scheming (minus the superbowl)

  20. BuckyBadger says:
    February 6, 2020 at 1:00 pm
    Why do people think that Brady is going to be that sought after? His arm hasn’t looked in a couple of years and last year he looked very average. Unless you are a team that has one last push to a title Brady makes little to no sense.

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    it’s not his arm, dummy. He still has tons of zip on the ball. You regurgitating lies doesn’t make them truths. I’ll let you know when his arm is the problem. lol

    Brady has a perfectionist expectation and when he doesn’t get elite HOF weapons, preferably 2 at a time, at his disposal, he does some whining and pouting.

    It has nothing to do with his arm. It has to do with his ATTITUDE. Skipping OTAs, the ONLY QB to do it, 2 years in a row at that, is a horrible look.

  21. First it was the Chargers then it was the Buccaneers then it was the Colts then the Raiders then Carolina and now it’s San Francisco, they’ll do anything for traffic on here

  22. and what do you think their qb plans would be for the next year after brady leaves the game in a wheel chair as he is just too old to avoid the rush now?

  23. concriche says:
    February 6, 2020 at 12:58 pm
    its funny watching 49ers fans think they have a 10 year window with garropolo when sanders probably isnt coming back, kittle needs to be paid after this season and a bunch of defensive personnel will leave since there isnt the cap room. Will 49ers keep Jimmy G? sure but Kyle shanahan told you what he thought of Jimmy G in the SB at the end of the first half and Jimmy G’s performance in the 4th quarter proved Shanahan right.

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    Their core players are locked in for a while. Their cap situation is healthy. Much healthier than teams like LA Rams, Saints, Vikings, Chiefs, etc.

    Look at the facts.

  24. Garoppolo’s offensive line did not do him any favors. They really played poorly. Would Brady have done any better? I doubt it.

  25. Why would the 49ers want someone with no upside and who could very well be already washed up. Time accelerates on athletes once they hit 40. Unless Brady is going to be George Blanda or Warren Moon, this past year was enough to call out two minute warning on Tom’s career.

  26. Absolutely. Because it’s not just swapping out Garoppolo for Brady. It’s that upgrade PLUS whatever draft picks you get back for Garoppolo when you trade him. Heck, if you trade Jimmy to New England, Brady might consider signing for the vet minimum if you promised him the chance to beat not only the coach who didn’t want him, but the quarterback (Jimmy) who he (Belichick) wanted to replace him (Brady) with.

  27. Based on the cap chart just released yesterday, the 49ers are not in a healthy situation. You can spin things, but you can’t ignore the facts, marc (above).

  28. BuckyBadger says:
    February 6, 2020 at 1:00 pm
    Why do people think that Brady is going to be that sought after? His arm hasn’t looked in a couple of years and last year he looked very average. Unless you are a team that has one last push to a title Brady makes little to no sense

    Said absolutely NO ONE.
    The biggest issues with the Patriots wasn’t Brady it was his lack of weapons after week 3.

    Go look at his stats the first 3 weeks than they lost Gordon, JE had the rib injury And a combined 29 catches from all 3 TE on the roster. and both Tackles went down thats when the O started to sputter

    That was the issue.
    But pretty much ever one was in agreement “he can still play at a high level. And nothing wrong with his arm strength

  29. Jimmy G had a great game statistically. Lynch like Art Blank forgot the NFL plays 60 min games. Celebrating with the players before the game was over. Here’s a tip. Stay in your box until the final whistle.

  30. As long as we are just making up ludicrous scenarios how about the Packers? Or the Cowboys?

  31. Brady has brains and experience, but can’t run. Every other successful team has a running QB, at least one to run when he has the opportunity. Teams can prepare for NE knowing that Brady won’t run (34 total rushing yards last year). That makes it so much more challenging for NE – no one is left to “spy” Brady; everyone is in coverage. Who wants to sign a QB that can’t run, except NE, who has dealt with it for a years?
    As a Pats fan, I am not against NE going younger with some scramble capability, at a minimum to keep defenses honest. If Brady stays, great – a known quantity. If he goes, we’re on our way to younger and more mobile, like everyone else.
    NE is not a team to pay for past performance. Either Brady gives them the best option GOING FORWARD or they are letting him walk, or at least offering him a lot less.

  32. lesepi says:
    February 6, 2020 at 1:22 pm
    Based on the cap chart just released yesterday, the 49ers are not in a healthy situation. You can spin things, but you can’t ignore the facts, marc (above).

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    They have 2 key players that are FAs. the team is sitting at $16 mil under the cap. Kwon and Richburg have restructured their deals which will create more room when the new figures are released. the team can cut bait with Mckinnon, goodwin and a couple other ancillary pieces to put them at 36 mil under the cap. they could choose to resign Armstead, Ward and Sanders be well under that figure. they have a ton of contributors that make very little because of how they were acquired. They will definitely give Kittle his extension soon, probably this off season.

    i like facts. the spin is the opinion given by the author of these articles. and there are plenty of playoff teams that are actually going to have to make some big decisions due to their poor financial situation.

    When you have a real argument, come see me. ill be outside da bank. big trusssssss.

  33. I think JimmyG is a good young QB that probably has a low ceiling. I definitely think Brady puts the 49ers over the top. Brady has the experience and the will to win that is unmatched. Brady’s demise is being overblown. Is he an MVP candidate? No. Is he still top 10. I think he is. He was 7th in the NFL in passing yrds last yr, with maybe the worst skill position players in the league and an OLine that didn’t play well. It would probably light a fire under Brady too. If Brady had a wink-wink deal to sign there and they got something decent in trade with NE for JG, it makes even more sense. For both sides.

  34. andymannfl says:

    February 6, 2020 at 12:49 pm

    Tom wasn’t that good at 42. He’s not going to get better at 43.

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    Brady had the best tight window accuracy in the NFL last year. But Pats also among leaders in drops last year.

  35. Irrelevant because history shows that the Super Bowl loser rarely makes the postseason the following year. 49ers will fall just like the Rams did this year and miss the playoffs in 2020.

  36. aldavis4president says:
    “You can find another jimmy G in the 2-4th rounds of drafts once Brady retires. Shanahan is also good at scheming.”

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    If they’re so good at scheme and can win with 2-4th rounders, why not just use their bench players amd not waste money on an expensive QB then? Because they know he is their best option.

  37. Streetyson is right – sports narrative.

    Jimmy G. built a 10 point lead for his world class defense to protect for one quarter. They failed, particularly on 3rd & 15. For most of the game, Jimmy (I thought) was pretty close to spectacular. He hits that long pass to Sanders, and he’s legend today.

    He missed by a few yards, so now it’s all “he doesn’t have it” and “he’s no Brady.” The guy who led a team to the Super Bowl in his 1st full year as a starter.

    The Niners should stick w/ him, and very likely will. He can play. No one is going to be as good as Brady, but in a league where good QB’s are hard to come by, he is in the upper tier.

  38. Where does he come up with this bull. The Niners lost becaue they were out coached and ultimately out played. They didnt have a game plan, they had a coach trying to be cute and use analytics to trick the other team and just tricked his own.
    When the running game is working you keep running until it aint aka in the Packers game. End of story, reason for loss

  39. rickfol says:
    February 6, 2020 at 12:41 pm
    After that performance by Jimmy G, ABSOLUTELY they would want Brady. They are still good and he would give them a big time upgrade!!

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    Garappolo didn’t give up 21 4th quarter points

  40. These kinds of discussions have to be helpful to the Niners’ locker-room and Jimmy Crappalo.

    LOL

    Why would SF want to do this when all I’ve heard is that Jimmy is the second coming of a combo of Joe Montana, Brady, Manning, Mahomes and Wilson?

    Please make this happen.

  41. To those who think that Brady and Belichick get along…

    Belichick wanted to keep Jimmy G. and trade Brady.
    Brady goes to Kraft and forces Jimmy to be traded.
    Of all the 31 teams, Belichick trades Jimmy to the Niners.
    Which happens to be Brady’s favorite team growing up.
    Belichick’s revenge for having to trade Jimmy is a possible roadblock for Brady to play for S.F.

    Do I see the Niners signing Brady and dumping Garappolo?… No.
    Do I see them having both on the team at the same time?… No.

    The only way this will happen is if Brady offers to sign for peanuts, but what effect does that have on your (supposed) franchise QB Garappolo?

    Could end up being another Peyton Manning/Brock Osweiler scenario.

  42. “There is always an over-reaction to losing a Super Bowl. 30 other teams did worse than the Forty Niners. There is no need to panic.”

    A fine and rational answer. I will however point out that after every Pats SB loss we were told that Brady and the Pats were “done” and would never sniff the playoffs again.

    Personally I hope Brady stays in New England. JimmyG is a very good QB and as you pointed out, the overreaction by those who hate the 49ers gleefully bashing Jimmy is just that.

  43. its funny watching 49ers fans think they have a 10 year window with garropolo when sanders probably isnt coming back, kittle needs to be paid after this season and a bunch of defensive personnel will leave since there isnt the cap room. Will 49ers keep Jimmy G? sure but Kyle shanahan told you what he thought of Jimmy G in the SB at the end of the first half and Jimmy G’s performance in the 4th quarter proved Shanahan right.
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    You mean when Jimmy G threw an absolute dime to Kittle that got called back from a ticky tack OPI call? The one for over 40 yards? Ya.

  44. As a very long time 49er fan, the answer is no. Brady is declining and near the end while Jimmy is ascending. We’ve got our QB of the present and the future!

  45. lesepi says:
    February 6, 2020 at 1:21 pm
    Why would the 49ers want someone with no upside and who could very well be already washed up. Time accelerates on athletes once they hit 40. Unless Brady is going to be George Blanda or Warren Moon, this past year was enough to call out two minute warning on Tom’s career.
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    Because Jimmy G has shown timidity and bad decision making on the field when pressured. They took the NFC championship out of his hands because they needed to. With Kittle as a weapon, Brady would suffice for the next two years while they figure out which QB they want for the franchise’s future. I don’t think, with what they’ve seen, especially against Seattle, that they want to stay with JG. If they can get Brady and (it would behoove John Lynch to smooth things over with JG) if they could get JG back to Belichick, it’d be win win for SF. But both of those need to happen for Brady to come to SF, otherwise you’d be dooming the career of JG.

  46. I really don’t see a lot of teams taking a flier on Brady. He only has 1 maybe 2 years left and certainly not at his peak form. In spite of what some of the die hard Pats fans have been saying on here. I saw (unfortunately) many of the Pats games this year. He was the deciding factor in only few of them. He can throw the occasional deep ball, but not consistently anymore. He also throws the ball away a lot quicker than he used to and he hits the turf as soon as he sees a rusher get close to him. I don’t think that he’s the guy to get a team over the hump anymore. A few years ago yes. But not anymore. I think he should retire while his legacy is still intact.

  47. “Would the 49ers have won the Super Bowl with Tom Brady at quarterback?”

    No.

    Next question.

  48. As ridiculous as this sounds, it really could be a win-win. As a NE fan, I’d hate to see Tom Brady go, but having Jimmy G back would take the sting out of it and help secure our future. Oh, and there is no question in my mind that the Niners would have won with Brady under center.

  49. You fools make me laugh. Brady will be competing for another SB in New England in 2020. Brady had worst weapons around him than just about every QB in NFL and still produced 4000 yards and 24-8 TD ratio. he was effective with what he had around him no matter his age. if he resigns with NE and the weapons are better you will see the same old Brady competing for titles. Go watch the tape. When his rookie receivers ran the right routes or the receivers gained separation the ball was right there. Alternatively Mahomes led the NFL in least difficult throws. Per PFF Mahomes receivers gained most separation in NFL an average of 3.1 yards. Any quality QB can make throws when his receivers open by 3 yards. Brady most likely woudl have won another SB if he had Tyreek Hill Mecole Hardman Sammy Watkins and Travis Kelce. Mahomes huge upcoming contrat will gut some of the playmakers. Lets see what he does with less around him.

    Understand the game before making idiot observations.

  50. Shanny pulled another choke job as he did in Atlanta. A ten point lead with seven minutes left and you don’t try to run it down their throats with Mostert? Jimmy has that deer in the headlights look when things get tight. Those brand new 49er shirts and flags sure got put away in a hurry after the game. Haven’t seen one since they lost the game. 🙂

  51. gotitan says:
    February 6, 2020 at 12:41 pm
    Completely as false as him going to the Titans. You don’t trade your SB, even losing, QB.
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    If you are the Ravens, you just let your Lombardi winning QB walk. (Trent Dilfer)

  52. He’ll 90% most likely be back in NE. But if not, it’ll be the Chargers. Team desperate for a quarterback for a quarterback desperate for a team (close to home).

  53. SWFLPC.INC says:
    Garappolo didn’t give up 21 4th quarter points
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    No, the defense did. Why? Because by the fourth quarter it was exhausted from being on the field too long against a high-energy Chiefs offense.
    Jimmy Garappolo commands a substantial chunk of the team’s salary cap because he’s supposed to be a leader. It’s his job to lead his offense to first downs and points, while burning clock to keep his defense fresh and the opposing offense off the field.
    The San Francisco defense played well for three quarters until Jimmy and the offense all but disappeared in the final 15 minutes. Blame the play calling if you wish — you wouldn’t be wrong — but Garappolo didn’t see open receivers, missed others, and panicked a few times. That led to too many three-and-outs, which makes the Niners’ fourth-quarter defensive collapse at least partially his fault.

  54. One thing in Brady’s favor is that his arm probably wouldn’t have been strong enough to overthrow Sanders.

  55. Brady is not an upgrade over Jimmy at this point. Of the teams that made the playoffs last year Brady would be an upgrade for Titans, Eagles, and maybe the Bills. That’s it.

    He could probably make playoff teams out of the Raiders, Chargers, Bucs, Rams, Bears, Steelers & Colts.

  56. I don’t think the 49ers are stupid enough to trade a Pro Bowl QB who made it to the Superbowl in his first real season as a starter for a 43 year old QB near the end of his career, at least I don’t think they are.

  57. gregerss says:
    February 6, 2020 at 12:38 pm
    What? Lol
    *****
    What? Garoppolo is going to make $25M? Lol

  58. It would be easier for Brady to reach the Super Bowl in the NFC, since the two top franchises in the game are in the AFC. Much easier to get by New Orleans, Green Bay, Seattle, Minnesota, Dallas and Philadelphia than Kansas City, Baltimore, Tennessee and the up-and-coming Bills. If the Patriots are to reach the big game, they likely would have to defeat both the Chiefs and the Ravens in the playoffs. If this story has an validity, this should certainly be a consideration for the GOAT. (Off-topic side note: There have been 54 Super Bowls … AFC, 27; NFC, 27. The ultimate in parity.)

  59. It would be easier for Brady to reach the Super Bowl in the NFC, since the two top franchises in the game are in the AFC. Much easier to get by New Orleans, Green Bay, Seattle, Minnesota, Dallas and Philadelphia than Kansas City, Baltimore, Tennessee and the up-and-coming Bills. If the Patriots are to reach the big game, they likely would have to defeat both the Chiefs and the Ravens in the playoffs. If this story has an validity, this should certainly be a consideration for the GOAT. (Off-topic side note: There have been 54 Super Bowls … AFC, 27; NFC, 27. The ultimate in parity.)

  60. Tom wasn’t that good at 42. He’s not going to get better at 43.

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    Brady had the best tight window accuracy in the NFL last year. But Pats also among leaders in drops last year.
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    Where did you get that data? Because if you look at NFL’s Next Gen stats, Brady ranked #32 in actual completion percentage vs expected completion percentage (-3.1%, minimum 128 attempts.) Only Mayfield, Goff, Allen Brissett, Haskins, Minshew and Blough were worse. Tommy is done.

  61. mhouser1922 says:
    February 6, 2020 at 2:43 pm
    It would be easier for Brady to reach the Super Bowl in the NFC, since the two top franchises in the game are in the AFC. Much easier to get by New Orleans, Green Bay, Seattle, Minnesota, Dallas and Philadelphia than Kansas City, Baltimore, Tennessee and the up-and-coming Bills. If the Patriots are to reach the big game, they likely would have to defeat both the Chiefs and the Ravens in the playoffs. If this story has an validity, this should certainly be a consideration for the GOAT. (Off-topic side note: There have been 54 Super Bowls … AFC, 27; NFC, 27. The ultimate in parity.)

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    It would be easiest for Brady to reach the Super Bowl with the greatest coach in history. Coming off 3 Super Bowls in a row and 4 of the last 5 the Patriots went 12-4 and were a defensive slip away from getting a bye and possibly ruining KC’s Super Bowl chances in the process. Going somewhere else in either conference would be worse.

  62. Mick Lovin’ says:
    February 6, 2020 at 1:11 pm
    First it was the Chargers then it was the Buccaneers then it was the Colts then the Raiders then Carolina and now it’s San Francisco, they’ll do anything for traffic on here
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    Just wait, the offseason just started. It get worse…..they love to beat a dead horse here.

  63. The problem with Brady is you have to pay him. Then you have to pay a defense to carry him to the super bowl.
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    Sure buddy. The defense hasn’t carried him to a SB since he was a pup. Defense definitely won the SB last year against the Rams, but Brady and the offense played lights out against the Chargers and Chiefs leading up to the SB. Let’s call that a make up SB from the defensive let down the year before against the Eagles

  64. tm05 says:
    February 6, 2020 at 1:15 pm
    all I know is that Brady hits Sanders for that TD
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    Only if the pass was 10 yards and Sanders ran it the rest of the way.

  65. fordbw says:

    February 6, 2020 at 1:21 pm

    Garoppolo’s offensive line did not do him any favors. They really played poorly. Would Brady have done any better? I doubt it.

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    Based on what happened against the NY Giants the answer to that question is no.

  66. patriotmaleorgy says:
    February 6, 2020 at 2:36 pm
    The problem with Brady is you have to pay him. Then you have to pay a defense to carry him to the super bowl.

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    Umm, the D was mostly homegrown on not “paid for” this past year and in previous seasons.

    Most of the D returns next year, save for Van Noy and McCourty. Almost the entire 2019 draft class was red-shirted to go with a nice yield of Wynn, Michel and JC Jackson as the base of the 2018 class.

    Enjoy the view!

  67. gohawks7 says:
    February 6, 2020 at 1:26 pm
    At least 15 other QBs in the league would have won the game for SF
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    Who are they? KC scored 31 points. It would have taken 32 points or more to win. The Chiefs only gave more than 31 points once during the season. On week 10 to the Titans.
    Who are the other 14 QBs?

  68. The only owner who may replace a good QB with Brady is Jerry Jones, who want to win SB NOW.

    Not saying Tom Brady will win SB with Cowboys, but Jerry Jones can’t wait.

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