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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Jack Parkman, Mar 17, 2020.
No clue, not my scene. I would’ve bet on Plant or Sickles kids for that though
Tom leaves Boston and is immediately washed
I think it bodes well that his golf game isn’t sharp since he has been focusing on football ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Nah. His athletic acumen is gone forever
A minute and a half of Brady playing center nice.
Top notch posting
Brady's shitty TB12 branded water bottles apparently dent easily
Is that an F-150? My QB is a man of the people.
Still getting used to see him in Bucs gear
That’s a Raptor baby.
The starting price of the 2020 Ford Raptor is $53,455.
Man of the people!
Palmer and Winston both had the highest INT totals of their careers in year 1 under Arians. Not sure what it is about his system but Brady didn't look immune to it yesterday
I keep think if it had been Winston playing....he would have been roasted.
well the Bucs fans had a much larger sample size of trash from jameis
Brady does the same and I’m sure will be roasted as well
We will see... .. I think Brady will get it together, he won’t put up the yards Winston did, but wont make the mistakes either.
which I’d imagine is why Winston was roasted so much
Which was certainly well deserved
Played arguable the best team in the NFL. Top 3 or 4 for sure.
Welcome to the NFC South Tom
Saints would be crazy good with a QB that can truly stretch the field
That's kind of a shot isn't it? I'm not misreading that? He's taking a shot at Tom, right?
Seems like a shot.
Some hot week 1 takes
Who could have seen this relationship going this way..
Tampa Bay's helmet logo is too big.
thanks for shedding light at the real issue here.
Ended up only a few hundred yards off of Jameis' 2019 total
TDs >>>>> yards anyway imo
Think Tom won his “chicken or the egg” argument.
Are we ready to say Brady > Belichick or nah?
Nah Arians is just Bill
I think we did a bit better this year than we would have with Jameis, Bridgewater, or whatever QB would have been available in the draft.
I never wanted it to fail, but I fully expected with the other holes that we'd be going all in for a team with a wild card ceiling.
And we still kind of play like one that has found ways to keep winning? Feels great to be wrong.
I was pretty skeptical about bringing in a 43 year old TB12 in his first season in a new system but it has exceeded all of my expectations
Think we put it all together the last month of the season, but the biggest holes continue to be CB and RB, and they're not THAT bad.