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    Brady Did This

    Tom Brady is responsible for all of the Quarterback turmoil in the NFL

    A 43 year old guy switches teams and takes a sub .500 team to the Superbowl

    Once everyone saw that, anything is possible

    Three of the other top five QB's immediately want to change teams:
    Watson 27 who was on a bad team
    Rogers 36 who was in the NFC title game
    Wilson 31 who was on a contender
    Suddenly all of them were unhappy with management and wanted to leave.
    Not a coincidence, if Brady could do it, so can they.

    But it didn't stop there, every team is now going, why am i sticking with this non superbowl winner on my team? I want to do better. If Brady can win a super bowl with a sub .500 team imagine what we can do with our team if we get rid of the guy we have.

    And these ridiculous QB contracts that are lead weights around a team's salary cap don't seem to be stopping anybody any more.

    Stafford - LA
    Garoppolo - San Francisco
    Goff - Detroit
    Trubisky and Foles - The Bears - maybe Fields is the answer
    Wentz - The Eagles
    Darnold - The Jets
    The Colts are rolling the dice with Wentz
    Carolina - the Panthers are rolling the dice with Darnold

    It's a frenzy. Patience is a thing of the past. I want to win and I want to win now. Brady did it, so can we.

    Do the Raiders move off of Carr?
    Does Denver seriously want to stay with Lock? There's a lot of talent there being wasted.
    Do the Steelers really want to run it again with Roethlisberger when there's guys like Rogers, Wilson and Watson that could put them over the top?
    Is Baker Mayfield worth keeping in Cleveland if you could get one of these guys?
    What does New Orleans do if Jameis remains a turnover machine?
    What does Philly do when Hurts fails?
    What does Miami do when Tua fails?
    How long will Lamar Jackson, who is really just a glorified running back, last in Baltimore with all the pounding he is taking?
    What if Kyler Murray has reached his NFL ceiling? He's very small.

    Who will be behind center for each team when the 2021 season starts?
    I wouldn't even try to guess 2022.

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    Neat.


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    I wanna say correlation doesn't equal causation but this isn't even correlation.

    If trolling - I tip my hat to you, sir.
    The Baker has come. Believe the hype.


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    Same with New England how long does Cam stay as the starter? Before other teams come knocking?

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    If this is a joke you need to get a life
    If this is serious then we have a strong candidate for dumbest post of the year

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    Quote Originally Posted by BSF101 View Post
    Same with New England how long does Cam stay as the starter? Before other teams come knocking?
    Knocking for what another awful qb?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Midnightbottle View Post
    Knocking for what another awful qb?



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    Your acting like this team as No QBs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BSF101 View Post
    Your acting like this team as No QBs.
    The patriots have qbs two of them suck and one is a rookie. No one is calling for any of them.


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    I Stand by What I Said

    Quote Originally Posted by bledrules View Post
    If this is a joke you need to get a life
    If this is serious then we have a strong candidate for dumbest post of the year
    You honestly think that Brady moving to a bad Tampa club and bringing them a Super Bowl has had no effect on quarterback movement this off season? Really?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ortforshort View Post
    You honestly think that Brady moving to a bad Tampa club and bringing them a Super Bowl has had no effect on quarterback movement this off season? Really?
    The Bucs weren't a bad team though. They went 7-9 with a QB who averaged 2 turnovers per game.

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    Regardless

    Quote Originally Posted by QB_Eagles View Post
    The Bucs weren't a bad team though. They went 7-9 with a QB who averaged 2 turnovers per game.
    If brady wasnít there the Bucs probably donít break .500.
    The point of this is that Bradyís move showed the NFL what a difference a good QB can do. Now everyone is Super motivated to get one.
    No way this is a coincidence.

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    So teams werenít trying to get good QBs before?


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    Shift in Gears

    Quote Originally Posted by warfelg View Post
    So teams werenít trying to get good QBs before?


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    Everyone has been emboldened by the Brady successful move.

    Until this year, Belichick was getting the lions share of the credit for New England's success.
    Not now, it's the QB that is what makes things go as of Brady's big win.
    Guys like Watson, Wilson and Rogers immediately started making their moves.
    It's been a whole paradigm shift. The great QB's now have all the power.
    Until this year, the front offices and coaches were the big stars. No more, now it's the QB's
    If I'm Watson, Wilson or Rogers, I now hold the power. If I don't like it where I am, I'm leaving and now everyone knows things will collapse if I don't get what I want.

    And you can see the shift since Brady's big win in front offices.
    Suddenly it's screw the cap, I need the QB.
    Stafford to the Rams is the perfect example.
    The 49ers - we need a better QB and we need it now
    There's a frenzy.
    We've never seen things this volatile.

    I'll admit it started to really percolate last year.
    But one of the big reasons things started to rumble was that Brady was leaving New England.
    No one believed it until it happened. It was a shock
    And then, he takes a perennial doormat and leads them to the Superbowl - and beats Mahomes to win it! All while Belichick has an unheard of losing season.

    I cant believe any football fan could honestly say that the impact of Brady's win hasn't been enormous on what's going on right now.

    There are, of course, other factors to the volatility
    NFL offenses are becoming more college-like
    This means you can more easily plug and play guys right out of college.
    You couldn't do that just a couple of years ago when your QB's had to be statues in the pocket.

    It also means there's a lot more supply and a lot more options for teams to select from

    And, it also means that more QB's are going to get hurt and last a lot less longer - that's what happens to guys who run in the NFL.

    But because there's more supply coming out every year, QB's are more expendable and easy to move.

    Except for the great ones. The guys who can turn your team into a legitmate contender from mediocrity.
    The guy who proved it was Brady. The guys who we now think can do it, because of Brady's success, are Watson, Wilson and Rogers. Their value has just skyrocketed and they know it.
    Last edited by ortforshort; 05-07-2021 at 07:47 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ortforshort View Post
    If brady wasnít there the Bucs probably donít break .500.
    The point of this is that Bradyís move showed the NFL what a difference a good QB can do. Now everyone is Super motivated to get one.
    No way this is a coincidence.
    Brady definitely elevated that team and they most likely donít win the super bowl without him, however, the Bucs were not a bad team and still probably make it to the playoffs.

    All Brady proved is that good QB play is important which pretty much everyone already knew.

    Winston was a bad and turnover prone QB, you put a more conservative QB on that team and they would still have been contenders.


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    This is...

    Weird.

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