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  1. #1
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    Is this season the last we see Brady and Belichick together??

    Source: ESPN readying new hit piece on Bill Belichick, Tom Brady and Robert Kraft set to publish tomorrow morning at 8am. The topic will be a power struggle among the trio as to who deserves the most credit for the dynasty.
    Whatís going on in NE?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiantsSwaGG View Post
    Whatís going on in NE?
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    The article claims that the rift is so severe many Patriots feel this is the last year together for the trio. Also that Brady went to Kraft to force Belichick to trade Jimmy G. ESPN is planning a full day of promotion tomorrow for the article and its author @SethWickersham

    Second part he tweeted.

    Never Forget

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    Good stuff

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    Woah. Big, if true.

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    Jerry fire Red as soon as this happens, offer him anything and hand over a blank check
    #BringBackMatty

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    ESPN loves to promote this type of "journalism". BB loves to win football games. Kraft is smart and knows BB is the best at winning football games. Brady seems smart enough to know a good thing when he sees one. I have no doubt that Brady's trainer and BB are at odds. All three have a strong nearly 20 year history of winning together. It's possible its all coming to a head, but its even more probable ESPN is just pushing more junk news.

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    One could only hope.

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    I'm honestly not that shocked. They seem like 3 guys that can put that stuff aside for only so long. Especially as Tom is getting older. Of course Tom doesn't want to admit it could be time soon, so he's going to fight to stay as long as possible. Kraft doesn't want to pick a side because it could blow up in his face, but he's just concerned with winning. And Bill wants to look to the future some and have a long term look at the franchise, so of course he wants to do everything to keep Jimmy G around.

    When a player gets old at a key position this is bound to happen.

    PROCESSING

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    It was a great run.

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    Not buying it. Even if true, there's no way any major changes happen as long as Brady's there/they're winning like they are. ESPN tends to stretch the truth
    Last edited by HandsOnTheWheel; 01-04-2018 at 10:46 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HandsOnTheWheel View Post
    Not buying it. Even if true, there's no way any major changes happen as long as Brady's there/they're winning like they are. ESPN tends to stretch the truth
    Exactly. I also can't see Kraft getting ticked at either one, because both have futures with the franchise after they both move on from their current positions. Brady could look for a coaching or FO gig, and Belichick could stay coaching for a long time, or take the President/GM role when he leaves the sidelines.

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    If kraft was smart he would choose the GOAT coach over the system QB every time. Trading Jimmy G was mistake number 1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by More-Than-Most View Post
    If kraft was smart he would choose the GOAT coach over the system QB every time. Trading Jimmy G was mistake number 1.
    System QB lol.

    The offense has changed multiple times over Bradyís career. Brady IS the system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by More-Than-Most View Post
    If kraft was smart he would choose the GOAT coach over the system QB every time. Trading Jimmy G was mistake number 1.
    This.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThomasTomasz View Post
    Exactly. I also can't see Kraft getting ticked at either one, because both have futures with the franchise after they both move on from their current positions. Brady could look for a coaching or FO gig, and Belichick could stay coaching for a long time, or take the President/GM role when he leaves the sidelines.
    Theyíve had their disagreements but this is very likely overblown.

    Itís already being reported that Brady never asked for Garopollo to be traded (which the article says he did). Iím also curious who they think knows the full relationship of Brady/Belichick/Kraft. Because anyone that close to them isnít sharing information to some reporter lol.

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