Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by cbff, Jan 6, 2017.
And when that day happens believe me I will have front row seats and a jumbo tub of popcorn!
Well guys, I don't know what to say. I'm sorry they couldn't pull it out. These Thursday games need to go away though. It takes everyone out of their rhythm.
Oh, and Brady, yeah - he will probably be a vegetable one day. And one last thing, his wife, well, has started to age not so well. She'll look like Bridget Bardot does now so don't worry, his charmed existence want last forever and his Faustian bargain will be up for expiration one day.
Oh, btw, Bill Bellichick ditched his wife and ran off with another guys wife and is a homewrecker and adulterer.
The moment Brady announces his retirement and everyone in Boston is crying their eyes out I'll be up there in my Joe Namath jersey laughing like mad and flipping off Brady like no tomorrow.
You know the initials of that illegitimate kid he had with that actress are J.E.T., right ?
Oh yeah, he also dumped that actress ladyfriend of his to be with that fading looks so called model that has chicken legs and a swanky face with a flat chest too but turns out he knocked her up and then it turns out he wasn't even there when the kid was born.
Lots of scandals about him out there that the media covers up. He isn't a saint.
I used to have a nice green Namath jersey as well as a nice green Vinny one too. Wish I still had them.
So not only does he buy off the refs he buys off the media.
Surprised he didn't go into (Censored to avoid rule breaking)
No he's a Pat.....ehhh.....nah...I'm not going to make that joke.
Oh, he will one day. He has that fake, plastic smile some people like. In fact, he can probably write his own ticket to Springfield he is so beloved up in Mass.
"Brady/Bellichick 2024 - Bringing you football style cheating to the state capitol."
See how long that lasts before he's tarred, feathered, and run out of town on a rail.
I think after this season, he's going to retire and wait to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. I wouldn't doubt if he went out quietly too.
I swear I'm not trying to rub it in, but Bryant has been a godsend for the Falcons. He's so reliable I honestly can't remember the last time he missed a kick. Yes, dumb move by the Bucs. He's worth every penny for the peace of mind that you'll always have at least 3 points in every red zone trip (unless Matt Ryan takes a bad sack and moves you back out of FG range . No, I'm not over it, why do you ask? )
Something tells me they'd be good at deflating international incidents.
Somebody needs to check Nick Folks' bank account to see if he's had any large deposits in the last week.
This all seems super relevant to football. People reaching even during the year we are obviously not good. Lordy.
Pats defense looked good in that game from what I can tell, the Bucs offense isn't the pushover that it has been.
I'm glad that the teams that typically brush through the league are struggling again, I'm ready for some fresh faces in the playoffs.
The problem with the Bucs is that they don't play with urgency until it is too late. That said, I can see the cracks in the Patriots armor finally starting to show. Brady is going to be feeling this one for a while.
Oh yeah, one last thing blokes: New kicker tryouts are open to all TFW2005 members. (j/k)
Oh no, it doesn't bother me one bit my brother. The Bucs, or more specifically, the idiot GM at the time, is the one that needs to be constantly reminded of his fuck up.
Speaking of which, I've got a somewhat bold prediction. I think the LA Rams could be one of the best teams in the league in a few years. Their offense is already 100 times better than last year. They have Wade Phillips coaching up a defense loaded with first round picks. I think Seattle's window is starting to close. Arizona will need a new quarterback next year in all likelihood. San Francisco is currently rebuilding. The Rams are a very young team, and they're performing well in McVay's first year. Imagine what they'll do in a couple years' time.
One of my college buddies was a kicker for his high school football team. I'll see if I can talk to him about it. Me on the other hand, I was a defensive end until Senior High when everyone else started to outgrow me, and I lost quite a bit of weight.
This one is for @prfctcellrulz
"Borderline creepy." That's how Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin described Colts quarterback Andrew Luck
WATCH: Colts' Andrew Luck is so nice he congratulates opponents when they hit him
I'll just post the vid here in case no one wants to click the link:
I KNEW HE WAS INHERENTLY EVIL!!! YOU DIDN'T BELIEVE ME!!!
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