Intriguing Tom Brady matches with coaches, cities, teammates

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Monday’s PFT Live spent plenty of time addressing the report that the Raiders plan to make Patriots quarterback Tom Brady an offer in free agency. We also spent time trying to come up with ideal Brady matches.

And we tried to be more specific than just putting Brady on a specific team.

For the six picks made by Simms and me, check out the attached video. Sure, you may have to sit through a 15- or 30-second advertisement. But what else are you doing? Besides, the ad may tell you something that will be useful when deciding which stuff you plan to buy with your money.

Someone, within the next month, will be buying Tom Brady with a lot of money. Will it be the Patriots or someone else? That will be the biggest question of the 2020 offseason.

16 responses to “Intriguing Tom Brady matches with coaches, cities, teammates

  1. I would like to see how he would do on a team other than Patriots. If hes not on Patriots – he might not have the refs helping him out as much. Wonder how he will do then? 🙂

  2. I am incredulous that commentators fail to grasp the obvious – Tom Brady and his wife are preparing for their life after football. Examine the possible landing points for him: LA with its exorbitant taxes and high cost of living where they would be one of many power couples; Boston that he and his wife have already abandoned since it cannot support her businesses; Tennessee which cannot support her businesses or Las Vegas where they would become the penultimate power couple with Gisele’s fashion shows and skin care lines flourishing. This is not about football; it’s about the next chapter in Brady’s life. As for the oft quoted phrase that Brady cannot negotiate with other teams – the commentators forget a critical item. The Patriots can allow Brady to contact other teams and waive any claim of tampering. If NE wants to keep Brady they have already waived tampering claims against any team that wants Brady. That way, Brady and NE will know the value other teams have for Brady well before March 16. If the Patriots have not waived tampering claims, they (Belichick) are forcing Brady into a corner, effectively ending his career with the Patriots. This is about who gets blamed for Brady leaving. It seems obvious that the Patriots and Belichick want him to leave if they have not given him permission to negotiate with other teams.

  3. Jerry thinks he can win now and he knows he isn’t getting any younger. Don’t be surprised to see TB in Big D this year. Even at 43 he’s better than Dak ever will be.

  4. Tom Brady is not done … The Patriots were 8-0 before their offensive problems caught up with them last year, yet they still averaged nearly 27 points a game, while going 4-4 down the stretch.
    What people dont know, is that clinching win over Buffalo for the division, took a lot out of their team. They then lost two straight.

    He will be back with the Patriots.

  5. terripet says:
    February 17, 2020 at 8:45 pm
    Any team that takes Brady is crazy, he’s done

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    You may want to get fitted for that straightjacket.

    Brady’s last two regular seasons replete with skipped otas have been disappointing, but I want him back just to know it drives people like you insane trying to convince yourself he is done.

    NE is never really healthy in odd seasons.

    This season is 2020, which means they will be healthy again. lol

    Enjoy the handwringing.

  6. Just follow the bread crumbs you have to look at this entire thing like this…The very first breadcrumb – His house is up for sale, and he’s moved out of it and left Massachusetts entirely. Is this something he would do if he were planning on returning to New England? Probably not why move if you aren’t going anywhere. Breadcrumb number 2 – He resigned from his charity that he has spent almost his entire career promoting. Is this something he would do if he were planning on staying in town? Probably not…Breadcrumb 3 – His business partner and fitness guru sold his home, and he’s already bought a new home, and moved into it in California. Is this something Alex Guerrero would be doing if Tom was going to be playing in New England next year? Probably not how are you going to work with your client on a weekly basis if you are living 2,000 miles away? Sure looks like Tom has his sights on the West Coast somewhere. Rivers is no longer the Chargers QB so is that where he’s going? ..How about Las Vegas with the Raiders?

  7. camstinks says:
    February 17, 2020 at 11:20 pm
    Just follow the bread crumbs you have to look at this entire thing like this…The very first breadcrumb – His house is up for sale, and he’s moved out of it and left Massachusetts entirely. Is this something he would do if he were planning on returning to New England? Probably not why move if you aren’t going anywhere. Breadcrumb number 2 – He resigned from his charity that he has spent almost his entire career promoting. Is this something he would do if he were planning on staying in town? Probably not…Breadcrumb 3 – His business partner and fitness guru sold his home, and he’s already bought a new home, and moved into it in California. Is this something Alex Guerrero would be doing if Tom was going to be playing in New England next year? Probably not how are you going to work with your client on a weekly basis if you are living 2,000 miles away? Sure looks like Tom has his sights on the West Coast somewhere. Rivers is no longer the Chargers QB so is that where he’s going? ..How about Las Vegas with the Raiders?

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    Sounds like Alex Guerrero is making a strong business move with or without Tom Brady. With all the thousands of middle aged Botox beauties, and middle aged receding hairline guys shooting up hgh in California, Guerrero will make an absolute mint being on hand to fleece them for that eternal fountain of youth they’re always looking for.

  8. Prima Donna Tom will not go anywhere. He will be going back to the Patriots as his best chance of another ring. He is basking in all this attention that he craves, being supplied by the talking heads in print and on the tube. Have y’all not learned anything yet about this publicity hound?

  9. camstinks says:

    “Just follow the bread crumbs you have to look at this entire thing like this…The very first breadcrumb – His house is up for sale, and he’s moved out of it and left Massachusetts entirely. Is this something he would do if he were planning on returning to New England? Probably not why move if you aren’t going anywhere. Breadcrumb number 2 – He resigned from his charity that he has spent almost his entire career promoting. Is this something he would do if he were planning on staying in town? Probably not…Breadcrumb 3 – His business partner and fitness guru sold his home, and he’s already bought a new home, and moved into it in California. Is this something Alex Guerrero would be doing if Tom was going to be playing in New England next year? Probably not how are you going to work with your client on a weekly basis if you are living 2,000 miles away? Sure looks like Tom has his sights on the West Coast somewhere. Rivers is no longer the Chargers QB so is that where he’s going? ..How about Las Vegas with the Raiders?”
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    Thanks for digging out those breadcrumbs and putting them together for us. No one knew about those facts, or had any thought of how to connect them, before your excellent analysis.

  10. cardinealsfan20 says:
    February 18, 2020 at 7:08 am

    Thanks for digging out those breadcrumbs and putting them together for us. No one knew about those facts, or had any thought of how to connect them, before your excellent analysis.
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    Hey glad I could be of help I know you’re a little slow so I’m doing my best for ya..Carry on and keep that hope alive that one day your team might be relevant, but until then stay classy

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