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    Well, the Dolphins won't go with a winless season. I'm shocked a bit! But not entirely. Still 1 win isn't exactly a banner season

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    I heart Brett Farve!
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    Bucs have won the NFC South-- but perhaps the real big story is, we FINALLY ran back a kickoff return for a TD! Only took 1865 tries. The stadium went so nuts, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerbelly;2724520;
    I heart Brett Farve!
    You aren't alone beerbelly, I Brett as well. I have been a member here for a long time and this is the first time I notice the sport thread. I'm so excited for Brett, all the players and of course for us

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    Quote Originally Posted by AshleyPSU;2712842;
    Yep, it was certainly the Patriots' game tonight. I still think Tom Brady is a tool though.
    Can I just ask why you think Tom Brady is a tool? At this point I know people either love or hate the Patriots, and I can respect either opinion. But I don't understand why it's directed at Brady. IMO, and granted it's not worth much, he's a tremendous athlete who has worked very hard to get to where he's at. He doesn't bash his teammates, he gives credit where it's due, and he doesn't seem to seek out the attention that other superstar athletes do.

    I understand his personal choices may not make him the most ideal role model, but I don't know the details of his situation/relationship with Bridget Moynihan, or their child. I've never seen much written about it, and the sports reporters who I've heard interview him tend to stay away from that subject, probably at his request. So I hesitate to make any judgements one way or the other in that regard. Persoanlly, I hope he takes a prominant role in the upbringing of his son. And if he doesn't, then he is not as upstanding as I would like to think, and I would understand the label. But I can't make that call based on what little I know, and have heard or read. Maybe I've missed something, it's always possible. And if that's true, please point me to it.

    Anyway, not a rant, just a question. I'm always curious why people form the opinions they do. If it's just a rivalry thing, that's understandable. There are some players I can't stand because of the uniform they wear as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suski1304;2731164;
    Can I just ask why you think Tom Brady is a tool? At this point I know people either love or hate the Patriots, and I can respect either opinion. But I don't understand why it's directed at Brady. IMO, and granted it's not worth much, he's a tremendous athlete who has worked very hard to get to where he's at. He doesn't bash his teammates, he gives credit where it's due, and he doesn't seem to seek out the attention that other superstar athletes do.

    I understand his personal choices may not make him the most ideal role model, but I don't know the details of his situation/relationship with Bridget Moynihan, or their child. I've never seen much written about it, and the sports reporters who I've heard interview him tend to stay away from that subject, probably at his request. So I hesitate to make any judgements one way or the other in that regard. Persoanlly, I hope he takes a prominant role in the upbringing of his son. And if he doesn't, then he is not as upstanding as I would like to think, and I would understand the label. But I can't make that call based on what little I know, and have heard or read. Maybe I've missed something, it's always possible. And if that's true, please point me to it.

    Anyway, not a rant, just a question. I'm always curious why people form the opinions they do. If it's just a rivalry thing, that's understandable. There are some players I can't stand because of the uniform they wear as well.
    Oh, it's absolutely nothing against Tom Brady's personal life at all. His personal life is his personal life. He can have children with whoever he wants, I don't care. I just think Tom Brady is smarmy. Yep, smarmy is the word.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AshleyPSU;2731286;
    I just think Tom Brady is smarmy. Yep, smarmy is the word.
    Are you being polite because this message board is rated PG-13?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AshleyPSU;2731286;
    Oh, it's absolutely nothing against Tom Brady's personal life at all. His personal life is his personal life. He can have children with whoever he wants, I don't care. I just think Tom Brady is smarmy. Yep, smarmy is the word.
    I'm with you there, and I don't quite know why.

    Anyway, I'm a big Giants fan, and even so, I have absolutely no faith. I'm convinced they're going to lose out, and back into the playoffs or not make them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AshleyPSU;2731286;
    Oh, it's absolutely nothing against Tom Brady's personal life at all. His personal life is his personal life. He can have children with whoever he wants, I don't care. I just think Tom Brady is smarmy. Yep, smarmy is the word.
    You can say it....Tom Brady's a tool.

    Personally, i think he's the whole tool shed, but that's just me.


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    As the saying goes "Nobody likes a winner". I think most of us who root for one of the other 31 teams are tired of seeing the Pats win Superbowl after Superbowl. As well, the internet, TV, radio, etc. are so supersaturated with stories about New England, the rest of us are left saying "Hey, what about us?"

    I co-sign on the Tom Brady comments listed above however please don't ask me why I feel that way because I don't really know. All I do know is that when I hear his name, my eyes automatically start rolling - it's a natural reflex, I guess.

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