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    Are the Bucs becoming the Golden State Warriors of the NFL?

    Iíll admit I was upset when Brady and Gronk left but as a Patriots fan I have nothing but the
    Upmost respect for them. Now it seems like the Bucs are one of these teams that no one
    Outside of Tampa cared about, now theyíve become this powerhouse of a team similar to how the Golden State Warriors were after Thompson, Durant and Curry arrive. I donít remember the GSW having a big fan base before those guys came same thing with this Bucs team now word on the street is the Bucs are the front runners for Fournette? I have heard the Patriots are also in the mix for him but itís Brady vs Newton if he wants to win a SB itís Tampa.
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    No

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    Not even close

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    Quote Originally Posted by BSF101 View Post
    Iíll admit I was upset when Brady and Gronk left but as a Patriots fan I have nothing but the
    Upmost respect for then. Now it seems like the Bucs are one of these teams that no one
    Outside of Tampa cared about, now theyíve become this powerhouse of a team similar to how the Golden State Warriors were after Thompson, Durant and Curry arrive. I donít remember the GSW having a big fan base before those guys came same thing with this Bucs team now word on the street is the Bucs are the front runners for Fournette? I have heard the Patriots are also in the mix for him but itís Brady vs Newton if he wants to win a SB itís Tampa.
    The Warriors always had a large and great fan base, even when they were the jokes of the NBA.

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    Lol absolutely not.
    The Baker has come. Believe the hype.


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    The warriors were essentially the 96 Bulls PLUS Shaq.

    The Warriors would be an elite offensive team and defensive team adding prime Aaron Rodgers (more or less)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allphakenny1 View Post
    The Warriors always had a large and great fan base, even when they were the jokes of the NBA.
    I'll take your word maybe I just didn't see it as much being from MA. Plus different tv markets so
    I really didn't catch a lot of Warriors games here. Don't get me wrong I'm not saying the Warriors never had fans before Curry, Thompson, and Durrant but the fanbase probably wasn't that big or maybe it was? I can say the same about my team the Patriots or any other Boston team sure some fans are gonna stay while others jumped ship. Just look at the Boston Bruins they go from the top seed to losing to the Tampabay Lighting in 5 games will I jumpship to root for another team? No not in a million yrs.


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    Yes. Theyíre going to score over 120 points every game while only have 5 players on the field and by kicking 3s all game with the occasional 2 point safety!


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    I don't consider Brand New indie. I consider them ****ing awesome and don't belong to a genre.

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    one thing this IS doing is skewing the whole 'is it Brady or Belichek or both' debate....because it's become an unfair comparison with Brady on a completely stacked offense and BB has...a new Subway commercial?
    gotta love 'referential' treatment

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiteWolf View Post
    one thing this IS doing is skewing the whole 'is it Brady or Belichek or both' debate....because it's become an unfair comparison with Brady on a completely stacked offense and BB has...a new Subway commercial?
    That doesn't matter lol if Brady gets a ring in the next 2 seasons, he obviously didn't need Bill. I'd say Bill will never sniff a Superbowl appearance the rest of his HC career.

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    I'd say they're becoming more like the Patriots...
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    Facts can be hypothetical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiteWolf View Post
    one thing this IS doing is skewing the whole 'is it Brady or Belichek or both' debate....because it's become an unfair comparison with Brady on a completely stacked offense and BB has...a new Subway commercial?
    Eh Iím not so sure about that.

    The best weapons are still Evans and Godwin. They both were there and TB still sucked.

    Mccoy, Gronk, and Fournette are still questionable additions as to what they even have left in their tanks. Itís be different if all three were still in their primes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack of Blades View Post
    I don't consider Brand New indie. I consider them ****ing awesome and don't belong to a genre.

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    What record did the warriors have this year (checks the standings).. Yeah I can see the buccaneers being like the warriors this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by koldjerky View Post
    Eh Iím not so sure about that.

    The best weapons are still Evans and Godwin. They both were there and TB still sucked.

    Mccoy, Gronk, and Fournette are still questionable additions as to what they even have left in their tanks. Itís be different if all three were still in their primes.


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    Fournette is 25 years young... He just ran for 1000 yards last season and had 500 receiving yards. Dude has a ton left.

    Also in what world is 25 past prime?

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    Gotta keep in mind that the GOAT is what 43-44 yrs old

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