“Sociopathic Entitlement”

June 29th, 2020

The War on Tom Brady continues.

Yesterday the battleground moved to Philadelphia, where newspaper columnist Marcus Hayes wrote about Brady having a “sociopathic entitlement” for leading workouts with 10 or so teammates outdoors at a Tampa private school — where Brady clears out before hundreds of kids and parents pour in for summer camp.

Tampa Bay Times columnist John Romano isn’t too happy with Brady, either.

Meanwhile, Major League Baseball, Major League Soccer and the NBA are all gearing up to start playing real games in July. Most of the Rays roster reports for duty on Wednesday.

But it’s Brady who is a menace to society. Why? Because he likes to love himself on Instagram and is daring to exercise with teammates outdoors while people stuff their mask-free faces in restaurants down the street.

It’s getting wild out there. Joe’s glad Brady has Tampa police patrolling the waters outside his home.

52 Responses to ““Sociopathic Entitlement””

  1. El Buco Realisto Says:

    That is why the “real” fans are demanding that team Glazer, stand up and show “real” leadership!!!!!!!!!!!! They should impose a three game suspension to brady for consistently flaunting safety guidelines of the great city of Tampa!!!!!!!!!!!! And to follow that show of leadership, tell the public that if covid number do not get under control, that the Bucs will not place their players or community in danger and will not play and will forfeit games until covid is under control!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Its time for “real” Leadership!!!!!!!!!!! Austerity today for a better tomorrow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    go bucs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. ClodHopper Says:

    People shaming people for doing something everyone is doing is getting old. No one cares about the virus. They only care about how they can use it to advance their own predisposed opinions and acting otherwise is disingenuous at best. Virtue signalers can get over themselves.

  3. Etzel Says:

    Jaboo would never put lives at risk like this!

  4. Etzel Says:

    Tom just trying to fit in with the rest of you Florida inbreds. Personally, I think this is all your fault.

  5. SB Says:

    Just go be an Aints fan Etzel. That way you can watch your boo hold that clipboard like a pro!

  6. ocala Says:

    We have been playing summer basketball with 15 to 20 people for over a month in Marion County. Those that do not feel it is safe to exercise with other people or if they have any symptoms do not participate.

    The United States Constitution explicitly provides for ‘the right of the people peaceably to assemble’

  7. ocala Says:

    CNN’s Andrew Cuomo asked the same question:

    “Please tell me where does it say the protestors have to be polite and peaceful?’

    This young man answered it for him:


  8. Buczilla Says:

    As soon as I read that the story was from Philly, I knew that it was worthless. Very few good things come out of Philly.

  9. SB Says:

    As I have stated before I live in very small town at the West entrance to Yellowstone NP. Since they opened up the gate to the park we have already had over 50,000 visitors and hardly any of them are wearing masks and bringing “the sickness” in here left and right. Ten people I know of have come down with it since June 1st. All because of the greedy business owners voted to open the Gate too early.
    I am not worried because my family and I have already had it so chances of getting it again should be low. I wonder how the people that voted to open the gate are going to feel when their friends start dying.
    I Hardly think Tom is harming anyone IMO

  10. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Here’s another one for you, Joe. “Sociopathic Entitled, Tom Brady”

  11. Mike Says:

    Deaths are dropping dramatically…….

  12. Bucsfanman Says:

    I’m not sure what the big deal is.
    1st, it’s already been scientifically proven that the virus doesn’t transfer as well outdoors, for obvious reasons. 2nd, they can still throw the ball around while maintaining 6 feet.
    The only thing I can think of is that the writer doesn’t have the same means as Brady to insure he and his teammates can practice.

    Clod- I think more people care about it than you think and not JUST for political reasons. I look at it as common sense. Why would I want to expose myself to that? Just like a cold, or the flu, who WANTS to be sick? I know I don’t. That’s just me though.

  13. ZZbuc Says:

    As long as some AUTHORITY says you can´t do workouts because is against the law, he is still free to do it….now they RECOMMEND…two absolutely different words….So in the meantime why don´t the Philadelphia shut their big mouthes… Two VERY different scenarios….

  14. Joe Says:

    Here’s another one for you, Joe. “Sociopathic Entitled, Tom Brady”


  15. AwshBucs Says:

    The news is just a TV show designed to manipulate people into thinking one of two ways about any topic they can spew out daily.

  16. SlyPirate541 Says:

    Do any of the people who are offended by Brady actually believe they will ever be within 6 feet of him?

    I think you’re safe.

  17. Aubpierce Says:

    The hospitals are calling the flu, the virus and getting paid more. Wonder why flu deaths are way down compared to previous years. If you don’t believe me take the time to look it up.

  18. ClodHopper Says:


    I’m not talking about the people that care about it equally.

  19. Etzel Says:


    Almost like we care about other people besides ourselves. Weak minded inbred vermin.

  20. SufferingSince76 Says:

    Etzel, no one gives a crap about what you think, Troll.

  21. Bucsfanman Says:

    Clod- Did you make that icon or is it something you found? I’ve always meant to ask.

  22. ClodHopper Says:


    I found it. Someone that calls themselves “Uproxx” made one for every NFL team. You should look it up. It’s quite entertaining IMO. He has one for our current logo too but it’s not as good. Bucco Bruce is way at the bottom of the page as a bonus.

  23. Dusthty Rhothdes Says:

    Kind of sad that the bucs bspn reporter is also trying to bury the bucs and tom; too bad they cannot leave their politics at the door and report on how great it is that the bay area has its greatest athlete ever trying to bring a championship to town

  24. Bucsfanman Says:

    I’m an “old school” Bucs fan. Still love those orange-creamsicle throw-backs!
    I’ll check it out.

  25. Robert Says:

    he and his team mates are allowed to have their own opinion and move forward with their best judgement.

  26. Jerry Jones Says:

    Everyone hurry, go pinch yourself and make sure you’re a “REAL FAN”.

  27. Craig Says:

    Yes, he is a sociopath. All football players are and he is the epitome of someone driven beyond true sanity.

    Thank god that he is our sociopath.

  28. Wesley Says:

    Everyone is a Karen these days. People have to make their own decisions. If you don’t like it then don’t do it. If your scared take the necessary precautions.

  29. Robert Says:

    “Everyone is a Karen these days.” LOL I am soooo stealing that!

  30. danr Says:

    I didnt realize how bad the misinformation was in Florida, reading some of the comments, i thought PA was bad.

    No, MIKE, deaths have not ‘been dropping’ in Florida. They dropped once from their peak around 40 deaths per day, and then held steady at mid thirties, and have stayed steady since, and are actually seeming to start ticking upward.

    No, AUBPIERCE, hospitals do not get paid more for claiming coronavirus falsely. they get paid on the work, not the dx. Also the risk/reward? the risk is losing your license, and going to jail for insurance fraud. (I used to be a medical coder, and I understand how this works)

    Personally, I dont have a problem with Tom’s workouts. But guys, this thing is real, and spreading misinformation is dangerous.

  31. 2020 Year of the GOAT Says:


  32. danr Says:

    @Joe only policing for family friendliness? No moderating for spreading dangerously false medical information during a pandemic?

    I bet I can find (yup took 2 seconds) references to the 5g hoax on here.

    At a certain point isn’t there a level of responsibility for paying to host those opinions, since you moderate SOME things?

    Making you a publisher, not a forum?

    Just curious. I kinda thought you would be keeping a better handle on some of this, since you seem to be advocating for more testing (cursory glance) so you seem to have some understanding of the logic/workings of the virus.

  33. Pete I Says:

    Masks are a false God

  34. Alanbucsfan Says:

    The Sociopaths are the ones willing to destroy the entire American way of life over politics.

  35. Bucsfanman Says:

    What does “liberal Kool-Aid” taste like? Is it grape? I like grape. And by “liberal”, you mean there’s a lot of it, right?!
    Asking for a friend.

  36. Tvan101 Says:

    @danr good thing your opinion isnt the only opinion allowed. Watch out Joe the cancel culture will come for everyone who disagrees kind of like communism.

  37. Mike28277 Says:

    I hope Brady reads all of these negative posts from the hacks. He has shown time and time again he responds by winning and proves them wrong. He and another handful in sports can shut these folks up and come make them crawl back.

  38. StatGuy Says:

    He does what others won’t do and doesn’t care, that’s why he is the GOAT and they are losers pecking their phone/keyboard. Winners don’t have time for your narratives or debates

  39. K2 Says:

    Sounds a lot like Joe’s view…. park-violating, home-invading, NFLPA-ignoring quarterback.

  40. Mike Says:

    No really, The death rate is dropping. Sorry that doesn’t fit whatever agenda you have.

  41. BucEmUp Says:

    AwshBucs Says:
    June 29th, 2020 at 11:23 am
    The news is just a TV show designed to manipulate people into thinking one of two ways about any topic they can spew out daily.

    Most accurate statement of 2020

  42. lambchop Says:


    You do realize that wearing a mask can prevent the flu too, right? LOL. If you’re staying home mostly, social distancing, there’s going to be a whole lot of things being reported less.

    Also, there are plenty of cases from January to March especially, that saw deaths not marked as “the sickness”. This works both ways. Even post March, when hospitals were overloaded, many deaths were marked as something else because the tests results for “the sickness” didn’t come back in time.

    Don’t buy your doctorate of medicine/stupidity/conspiracy theory from a snake oil salesman online. Use some common sense.

    I’m A-OK with Tom Brady practicing, with all other sports opening up. People are allowed to be out in groups of 10 and especially our wonderful State where bars and beaches were opened where no social distancing was possible or enforced. Our Governor now wants to blame young people to escape goat his stupidity.

  43. lambchop Says:


  44. ClodHopper Says:

    I just read most of that Philly article. Wow!! Joe did not do the justice of showing what an insufferable d-bag this guy is. Just a taste; He says players “must be willing to sacrifice their freedoms.” How about EFF YOU!! That’s easy to say when your job consists of sitting in your own pig sty with the comfort of Uber eats, WiFi, and your own filth. In the real world where you have to leave your house to make a dollar. And a quick check of his twitter profile shows it’s not a surprise the c*nt is a 45 hater.

  45. Bobby Says:

    I’m glad Brady isn’t buying the BS. People are so quick to sacrifice their freedom. I could care less about infections. As long as the death rate is declining then let’s get on with our lives. Protect those vulnerable and let the rest live their lives. Young people are at a very low risk for serious illness from this virus. We need to develop herd immunity and quit acting like people are dropping like flies in the streets.

  46. gotbbucs Says:

    Quit flying drones and helicopters over his little workouts and get on with real life.

    There are literally millions of people working real jobs that come into contact with each other countless times throughout every day. If you’re scared of covid then get in the house and lock the doors and quit watching the news and hanging on every word they say.

    We’re talking about a dozen guys throwing a stupid football around. If you left your house and went to a gas station and touched anything in that store you don’t have a leg to stand on in this arguement.

    By now, unless you have been in a bomb shelter since the beginning, you have come in contact with it, I don’t care how careful you are. This has gone well beyond ridiculousness.

  47. «Delusional Intelligence» Says:

    “…..the only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion,” – Albert Camus

  48. Kobe Faker Says:


    The clueless Bucsheep nation and JBF

    They still dont know what’s happening and who is actually pulling the strings of the TB12 puppet


    …and they shall see what the Prophet Kobe Faker sees”


  49. Danr Says:

    @ mike

    Check out the 7 day rollimg average on worldometers ot wherever you prefer to view your statistics. It did drop a few weeks ago, but has been holding steady and is even now starting to increase.

    I only recommend the 7day rolling average because Florida seems to report deaths irregularly and it is easier to visualize.

  50. Danr Says:

    Nationally it is true that the death rates have dropped btw. Its possible that is what you meant.

    Part of that is due to how aggressive california new York and PA and jersey have been at handling this.

  51. stpetebucsfan Says:

    “Jaboo would never put lives at risk like this!”

    No, but he sure had no problem putting the football at risk every time he took a snap.

  52. DRFEELGOOD Says:

    This is total BS. If we are allowed as a society to gather in groups of 10 or less, then this is hypocritical BS! Lives are not at risk because TB and teammates are doing this. The death rate keeps dropping while the infection rate (because we are testing WAY more) is growing quickly which clearly shows that we are getting on top of this. And for anyone that wants to say I don’t see reality, I haven’t been in the same room as my over 70 year old parents since March 17 , and they live 10 minutes from me. Protect the at risk people, don’t gather in large groups (especially without masks). But stop it with the attitude that anyone that doesn’t agree with your fear mongering isn’t sensitive to the issue. That’s total crap!! If you are old or at risk stay home! If you have at risk people in your life, stay away from them!! It’s as if some of you ignore the things we have been told for months and wanna just be negative Nancy’s (insert Pilosi here at your choosing) and throw your spears of hypocrisy at those of us in tune with reality.