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    I could never vote against Tom. I think he is a very young 43.
    I feel 25 years younger than my chronological age. Keep moving and stay in shape and you will be o.k..

  • #2
    PH: Does with me. As for Brady, no matter what you think of his personality, in sports you put up or shut up. The man goes out there and walks the walk, gotta respect that. Of course I live in Missouri so my heart lays elsewhere today.

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    • #3
      The "Stupor Bowl"?
      Who cares?
      Well, I don't.
      Bunch of over paid, hormone infused apes beating each other senseless.
      Bah!
      Humbug!
      I'd rather watch paint dry!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by dewman View Post
        PH: Does with me. As for Brady, no matter what you think of his personality, in sports you put up or shut up. The man goes out there and walks the walk, gotta respect that. Of course I live in Missouri so my heart lays elsewhere today.
        Tom looks in great shape and did not get hit in the game. Actually he did not look like he even cracked a sweat. Closing interview he said he will be back.

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        • #5
          It's not the "number" that causes me pain when I get up on the morning.
          The "number" wasn't what caused the arthritis in my back, knees, elbows, shoulders and feet.
          The "number" doesn't help when I wake up in the night because of excruciating leg cramps, numb feet and aching joints. I have NOT slept 8 hours without drugs since 1991!

          Put Sir Thomas through what I've been through and playing football would be a distant memory.

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          • #6
            I hadn't even realized TB was a contender up until finding out they were NFC champs. Looked up the run they made after yesterdays game that I only followed some online. Impressive.

            Never cared for Brady since I've been a Broncos fan since '77 (btw he's 8-9 against them and 4-7 @ Mile High ๐Ÿ˜Ž) but like dewman said at some point you have to respect the man's achievements. Amazing thing is he gets a pass from the left.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by fitch270 View Post
              I hadn't even realized TB was a contender up until finding out they were NFC champs. Looked up the run they made after yesterdays game that I only followed some online. Impressive.

              Never cared for Brady since I've been a Broncos fan since '77 (btw he's 8-9 against them and 4-7 @ Mile High ๐Ÿ˜Ž) but like dewman said at some point you have to respect the man's achievements. Amazing thing is he gets a pass from the left.
              Sometimes, that's a bitter pill for some folks to swallow, but giving people credit for their accomplishments despite your feelings for them is honorable.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by fitch270 View Post
                I hadn't even realized TB was a contender up until finding out they were NFC champs. Looked up the run they made after yesterdays game that I only followed some online. Impressive.

                Never cared for Brady since I've been a Broncos fan since '77 (btw he's 8-9 against them and 4-7 @ Mile High ๐Ÿ˜Ž) but like dewman said at some point you have to respect the man's achievements. Amazing thing is he gets a pass from the left.
                I follow different teams based on the players they have. I followed Brady from the Pats. I liked the Browns in the '70 when they had Brian Sipe and called them the 'Cardiac Kids" - now those were some exciting games. Watching Ozzie Newsom was like watching poetry in motion. Lots of quality players I liked to follow. Roger Starbuck in College, Peyton in Chicago, Hollywood Joe, Mean Joe Green, Bradshaw, Jim Brown (Marty Schenheimer just passed, great coach)
                Last edited by jhjimbo; 02-09-2021, 11:32 PM.

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