Tom Brady Says Bucs Will Not Quit And Neither Will He

October 25th, 2022

Brady believers unite!

The Goat has spoken and he sounds like a man determined to go to any length to raise the Bucs from the rock-bottom-like mess they’ve fallen into.

“There is no quit in our group,” Brady said emphatically about the Bucs last night on his Let’s Go! show on SiriusXM Mad Dog Radio. “And there will never be a quit as long as I’m a part of any team. I know that for sure.”

Co-host Jim Gray went on to tell Brady that it recently was “quasi-suggested” that he might quit midseason. And Brady again acted as if that was a ridiculous take.

“I made a commitment to this team and I love this team. And I love this organization,” Brady said. “I told them in March I was playing, and I’ve never quit on anything in my life. I know a bunch of teammates, that we all count on each other to be at our best and to work hard to put the team first. And that’s what you commit to, and that’s what you want your teammates to commit to, as well.”

Brady went on to reference about team-first commitment he learned in college and with the Patriots, and that it hasn’t changed for him in Tampa.

“I’m always trying to commit more to the things that are important to me. And this team is very important to me and I certainly want to be the best I can be for them,” Brady said.

It feels awfully foolish to bet against Brady, though not so foolish if you watched Sunday’s unthinkable Bucs blowout loss to Carolina — a team that is tanking in addition to being bad.

Joe’s got a feeling — a feel-good feeling — that Brady’s hand in fixing the Bucs got a lot heavier this week.

97 Responses to “Tom Brady Says Bucs Will Not Quit And Neither Will He”

  1. beano Says:

    “There will never be a quit as long as I’m a part of any team”

    Hmm. ANY team? Like the 49ers?

  2. beano Says:

    “I’ve never quit on anything in my life.”

    Just his wife and kids.

  3. beano Says:

    “I’m always trying to commit more to the things that are important to me.”

    Not family, obviously.

  4. Tbbucs3 Says:

    Hopefully no more off field distractions for Tom McCown this year…

    The real Brady has yet to make an appearance this season

  5. Pryda...Sec147 Says:

    Come out dominate for 60 mins put the league on notice LFG

  6. Buc1987 Says:

    Both my TV’s won’t play Amazon Prime Videos and I ain’t watching it on my kids tiny little Kindle Fire…so I guess I get to miss this game.

    Thanks NFL.

    Booo Booo…. At least I’ll miss the train wreck that is for one week.

  7. Coburn Says:

    The wife and kids thing ain’t exactly fair. No idea what went on there, but as someone who has been through it, it’s never just one thing like that. I’ve always assumed he retired and was clear pretty quickly she already had her bags packed so he figured he mgiht as well do something he enjoys. Been there done that. You stop letting the guilt trips get to you when they aren’t gonna be around anyways

  8. Bucanero Says:

    That’s my QB!

  9. Ultra ClodHopper Says:

    He’s the only reason hope is not all lost, even though hope is a dirty word round these parts. Imagine being a Bronco fan. No hope at all.

  10. LOL Says:

    Really don’t want to hear Tom’s thoughts on committing. LOL

  11. matthew a veal Says:

    im getting weary of some of the fans and newspaper articles wanting brady’s head. i wish we could get rid of them and keep brady, instead of having to endure their desire to get rid of the best qb in the game. he is still the best.
    exhibit A is the perfect pass to ME13 that was dropped.

    even the giselle argument is annoying. brady is hardly the first player that has had to deal with challenges from the ladies. by now, they have plenty of psychologists etc to help if needed.

    injuries and bad luck make a terrible enemy. you cant fire them, you cant make personal attacks on them that stick. if they leave, its only a matter of time before they come back. i hate losing too, but imo some of it is inevitable given the good fortune weve had in the past.

    as general neyland told the vols, when the breaks are going against you, double down. go harder.

  12. LVD rules Says:

    I love football. I love cheering our team on with others. While we over glorify our players, the people that seem to personally despise them when the team is not winning is one of the biggest downsides of it. You people that are so angry with someone….were you angry when we went to playoffs, super bowl?

  13. Aceofaerospace Says:

    Hopefully he told BlairWitch to sit down and shut up. He’s got this.

  14. Jonny Says:

    Bucs aren’t playing with any swagger. Their confidence is shot and they are trying hard out of desperation and pride. They should rather try hard out of the fun to compete. Last two weeks, both our opponents played with gusto, some zeal. I would love to see the same zeal from us when we do something highly positive on offense or defense. Unfortunately in football, there are no dunks that can raise the morale of your peers.

  15. BucU Says:

    Bottom line for me is Thursday will be the defining factor on what path this team is gonna take for the rest of the year. If they win the season is still salvageable. If they lose and look like they have been the last month then it’s time to pull the plug.
    One game. Everything on the line.
    My prediction is 34-13 Ravens.

  16. BucsFanSince76 Says:

    Brady does not play Oline or Dline , get some help for those two position groups or Brady can forget about it.

  17. SufferingSince76 Says:

    Beano, sounds to me like it’s Gisele who’s quitting on the family, for the sake of the family. 🤔 And being a jerk about it, too.

  18. Bucanero Says:

    Don’t let trolls get into your head. That’s their whole purpose. Sad people screaming I am here. They probably smell their own poop just to feel that.

  19. Bojim Says:

    I got Prime. Only time I can watch the Bucs. Please don’t make me turn it off at halftime. Go Bucs.

  20. LVMYBUCS Says:

    Bill Belichick drove a tight ship and Bowles drives a sinking ship

  21. PSL Bob Says:

    Here comes that optimism peeking out from under the rock, Please make me eat crow, but I don’t think even Brady can put this train wreck back on the track.

  22. Thunder Says:

    Always has made me laugh how so many dudes over the years have been jealous of Brady. His looks, massive accomplishments, his beautiful wife, etc… Those feelings say a lot more about them than about Brady. Instead of feeling jealousy people should marvel about his incredible underdog story, and how he worked his butt off to become the greatest, truly is an amazing story. But haters have predicted his decline for years and have always been wrong, because they don’t understand greatness and what it takes to be great. They are throwing dirt on Brady again, which is a big mistake. For people saying he isn’t committed to his family please grow up. By all accounts he is a great dad. If Gisele is truly ticked that he didn’t retire and that is the cause of the rumored split then she is wrong. Sorry, I know she had her own career but it IS the wife’s job to mainly raise the kids. World has gone downhill since 2 working parents became the norm. To pressure your husband to quit a job he loves is wrong. Just run the household and handle the kids, he will retire soon enough

  23. Marine Buc Says:

    I just got done watching the replay of the Colts VS. Titans game.

    It was uncanny how much Matt Ryan and the Colts offense looks like the Bucs current offense.

    Only difference is the Colts have two capable running backs… Same results though.

    Bad. Inconsistent. Futile.

  24. Adrnagy Says:

    Calais Campbell vs. Luke goedeke. Make sure to tune in Thursday.

  25. Jack dos Santos Says:

    @beano – you seriously need to shut up bc He’s been saying his entire playing career that he was gonna play until he was 45. From the looks of it, she was already bitter about giving up her professional career to raise her kids.

    @Johnny – I disagree with you. If you go back and listen to all the writeups from the patriots dynasty, training to win was never fun. You have to be willing to put your hand deeper in the mud than your opponent.

    Arduous, Relentless, unyielding, these are the terms that come to mine. Nothing fun in those adjectives! The other team has to dread playing you. I believe you have to break the will of the other team.

  26. brooks Says:

    What a joke can’t wait for the draft

  27. jb Says:

    Believe it when I see it.

  28. BucsfanFred Says:

    @bucs1987, why won’t your tv play Prime? Just don’t have it or do you need a ROKU box? They’re easy to install and cost about 30-40 bucks.

  29. Kentucky Buc Says:

    I’ve got my own theory on Gizzard. I don’t think his coming back caused her to leave. I think he came back because she left. He retired for her but it wasn’t enough. We’re talking about one of the most entitled women in the world here. LFG

  30. Pewter Power Says:

    Short week they won’t suddenly learn to execute but could catch lightning in a bottle once in a while.

    If I’m not mistaken being a new coach Bowles had the option to get the extra off-season work and declined it. I bet he regrets it now

  31. Coburn Says:

    Thunder the more I think about I agree. Most husband’s work at least 40 hours a week, many more and they retire 60-65. The only angle is that he doesn’t need the money.. retiring at 45 (or earlier like she wanted) is actually quite privileged and not normal at all. You’re right that family satisfaction went down when dual incomes became more the norm and that the modern career women is harder to please than ever

  32. Bobby M. Says:

    Lebron had some success at providing input to the roster…..until recently. Brady’s input may have backfired this go around. The vet TE we signed is a bit perplexing, the guy can’t even make the game day roster at times. Maybe Gage isn’t as dynamic as we had hoped. Julio Jones certainly isn’t worth a roster spot…we start adding their salaries up and it’s a nice chunk of money for very little production….or even reliability.

  33. Beej Says:

    Who the hell is expected to retire when they’re 45? I’m 62 and I’m gone from my house Monday through Friday weekend and week out and my wife doesn’t complain and yell at me because I’m working isn’t that the way most families go?

  34. Thunder Says:

    Coburn , yep

  35. The Beer Whisperer Says:

    The road to perdition, was paved with good intentions.

  36. Thunder Says:

    Beej, yep

  37. OBVIOUS Says:

    Beano, obviously your name is in direct reference to your manhood. In fact, I’m pretty sure you’re actually a female. Unless you are a part of his family, let’s say Giselle, then you are some kind of a special type of jackass! Certainly as referenced above, you are severely jealous of Brady. Speak to your own failures within your family and go ahead and jump right off your little soapbox. You don’t know a damn thing about Tom Brady other than what you read in a tabloid. And since you’ll buy and believe whatever they’re selling, it speaks directly to your lack of good taste. In fact, you’re a real self delusional areshole! Worry about your own personal life because it sure sounds like you’re talking about yourself.. Try to have a little class for a change beano.

    Little beano…. the Putts

  38. alton d green Says:

    you bunch of self-ritious hypocrites. Y’all don’t know a damn thing about Tom and Gisele. You people are pathetic. As for Joe. so you have a good feeling????You might have waited til after Thurs. It we got our arse kicked by Southern New Hampshire U. and Jimmy JJ Walker, what the hell makes you think we can beat Lamar Jackson????????????????????????????????????? I’ve been a career Brady fan but i’m smart enough to know Tom can’t turn water into wine

  39. Sal Says:

    As long as Byron Leftwich is the play caller this will be the same result going forward

  40. Cobraboy Says:

    “We’re not gonna quit. We’re just gonna go through the motions.”

  41. Letsbucinggo Says:

    If we have a losing season with Brady at the helm then Bowles needs to be fired immediately.

  42. Mike Says:

    This is just the drama part of the path to eventual glory (I hope anyway)… I don’t think I can take much more of it though. Please start turning this ship around soon and get us back to a winning culture.

  43. Jack dos Santos Says:

    The clarity of difference between Brady’s brilliance and Bowles stupidity exists in the following statements.

    Bowles press conference after the loss at 2:19 he says “you never take practice to the game”. Brady on the other hand says on his “lets go” podcast at 10:46. “You gain confidence through execution at practice. then you have a degree of confidence that carries over into the game”.

    This is not the first time Brady and Bowles have made opposing statements after losses. I ASK YOU. WHO SHOULD THE GLAZER FAMILY TRUST?

  44. Cobraboy Says:

    CB’s Law of Rhetorical Economics 1: “Talk is cheap” because the supply exceeds the demand.

    Just shut up and play; prove it with your performance.

    Crows, 38-10.

  45. Cobraboy Says:

    Remember when Bowles promised he learned his lessons while with the Jets?


  46. Rod Munch Says:

    Brady has never lost 3 in a row, right?

    A lot of people have gone broke betting against Brady.

    Then again Brady has never had to deal with really bad coaching. The world’s great empires always end up crumbling from within. So, if anything would bring Brady down, it probably would be horrific coaching, IE, Leftwich without Arians.

  47. Your Mom Says:

    It would be kinda funny if all the other Bucs are doing the TB12 diet/training regimen, but it only works for Brady, so they all stink now. Tired, low-energy, slow…

  48. Slacker Says:

    Already have quit. Get ready for the ravens to run for 200 yds Thursday. Maybe they will improve their offensive stats in garbage time

  49. Rod Munch Says:

    Cobraboy Says:
    October 25th, 2022 at 1:09 pm
    Remember when Bowles promised he learned his lessons while with the Jets?



    What was the lesson with the Jets? I don’t care about them, don’t follow them, obviously I know the basics, but what lessons would he have learned there? Legit question, not sure if he’s said anything in particular on that, or if it was just a generic statement.

    As for Bowles, I have no idea why people think he’s the issue. He’s hands off with the offense, that’s 100% on Leftwich, meanwhile the defense has played well enough that this team would be 6-1 with a competent offense. Which, BTW, is why everything could turn around quickly. If the offense can get it in gear, the team will be fine. The defense has, mostly, done it’s job, even with a lot of injuries and new players.

  50. Tampabuscsbro Says:

    Was listening to WDAE the Jay and Z show is blaming the players and Brady without mentioning the coaches at all.

    This is absurd players need to play better but week in and week out this team is unprepared that is on coaching.

  51. Beej Says:

    I’ve yet to see any analysis which says Brady’s skills have deteriorated since throwing for 5300 yards and 43 TD’s 10 months ago?

  52. Arn platz Says:

    Unfortunately TB12 doesn’t play defense which means the Ravens are going to run wild and free Thursday night. I love my Bucs but I have no confidence in the run D or in the OC.

  53. Rod Munch Says:

    Beej Says:
    October 25th, 2022 at 1:25 pm
    I’ve yet to see any analysis which says Brady’s skills have deteriorated since throwing for 5300 yards and 43 TD’s 10 months ago?


    I’ve been watching for it, and so far I don’t see it at all. Brady has looked ‘ancy’ in the pocket, he’s getting rid of the ball pretty quickly, but I think that is more to do with scheme and him already knowing the play call is a bust. His upper limit on the deep ball has consistently, since he’s been here, been around 55- yards in the air (including the dropback), and this year it seems to be about the same. On medium passes he can still fire it in — such as at the end of the Carolina game, a pass to Evans, he fired in between 3 defenders, it was spot on and had to be thrown with a ton of zip or there’s no way it’s not intercepted.

    Everything I’ve seen so far this year seems to show Brady’s arm is still there, with the exception of about half of the Atlanta game where it sure looked like he hurt his hand and was throwing some ugly balls. But Brady’s velocity seems good, and his deep ball, on the rare occasions under Leftwich that they’re thrown, seem good – I’m not seeing any obvious decline.

    Meanwhile, go back to Brees and Manning, and when they went downhill, it was obvious to even the biggest homer fan, they couldn’t throw the ball with zip at any distance. That is obviously not an issue with Brady.

    This is also why Brady can absolutely turn everything around, if he can only get some competent game planning and someone to call competent plays.

  54. Carl L Says:

    Why are all the male talking heads at ESPN complete geeks and nerds?

  55. Carl L Says:

    Why do Buc’s knees buckle when they catch a pass from Tom Brady? None of the Bucs receivers want to run after rhe catch. Only exception is sometimes Lenny.

  56. Carl L Says:

    Our offensive line must hate Lenny. None of them throw a block when his number is called. They all act as though a pass was called. Is this how they are taught?

  57. Darin Says:

    You pansies and you’re he quit on family take. How many 45 year old men out there retire to be with family full time? Gota have balance in life. If his marriage didn’t make it because he played one more season it wasn’t gona make it anyway.

  58. Cho Says:

    They’ll turn it around. I’ll never, ever doubt this man. He got us a ring after 10-15 years of unwatchable football. He made guys like LVD and Evans (great players that seemed destined to waste their career on an awful team) champions. How quickly people forget. And how quickly do they get used to the good stuff.

    Brady historically has risen up when everyone piles up on him. I bet he relishes reading about how he’s washed up. They’ll probably lose to BAL but they’ll put up a fight. And then we’ll see a turning point.

    Stay patient, Bucs fans, trust the best QB ever and remember Tennessee ready. Times have changed.

  59. Cobraboy Says:


    Find Bowles own words about the Jet experience.

    I’m surprised you have not heard them.
    The Bowle’s defense, where he is hands-on, is as abysmal and unspiried as the offense

  60. captivajim Says:

    Brady is staying one season too long . Really Sad to see ….Up till now ,,.He’s never been below .500 after 8 games……..

  61. Davenport Says:

    beano Says:
    October 25th, 2022 at 11:32 am
    “I’ve never quit on anything in my life.”

    Just his wife and kids.

    Dude, that is way outta line. No one knows what was going on there. TB12 loves the game and wants to play until the fire goes out – no shame in that

  62. Redeemer Says:

    Rod, how do you know Bowles is hands off with the offense? Any HC worth his salt, is involved in all three aspects. If he is giving BL full autonomy, it’s a sad commentary on his leadership. As for how well enough this defense has played, we must be watching different games. They are terribly undisciplined. I see lots of guessing, guys out of position and an inability to set the edge. It might look good as far as PPG. But they’ve played some putrid offenses.
    As for Brady, I expect him to go down swinging. A man who didn’t quit down 28-3 in a Superbowl, isn’t going to lay down.

  63. ClwJB Says:

    It’s a shame what is going on this season and he is the only reason there is any sliver of hope

  64. Arn platz Says:

    In Brady we trust

    In leftwich, O-line and Bucs run D, show up Thursday or it could be time for draft talk. Something Bucs fans haven’t done since before Brady this time of year

  65. fred Says:

    Sounds like Beano is single or getting cheated on what a Bum!

  66. Beej Says:

    There’s easily a dozen people in the last two threads that have never posted on this site prior to a couple weeks ago, and most of them seem like PFT trolls

  67. Cobraboy Says:

    I want to make perfectly clear my heartfelt appreciation for the Lombardi Brady & Co. brought to suffering Bucs fans.

    Unfortunately, NFL stands for…well…you know.

  68. Smashsquatch Says:

    Fire Lefty and beg Bruce to run the offense. This team needs a shake up, and BA’s barking voice is just what the doctor ordered. Simple.

  69. Tiny Dungy Says:

    1. Some sense of urgency, responsibility, accountability on this team
    2. BA to help out Leftwich
    3. SUH
    4. OBJ
    5. Best Guard available
    6. New Playbook
    7. Coach who calls out players and holds them accountable.
    8. Owner who steps up
    9. Players and coaches who step up

    Beano, grow a pair and get a life. You are unnecessarily negative.

    Tiny D

  70. Jack Sparrow Says:

    If Toilet Bowles and Lefty will still be whispering in Tom’s ears this Thursday, we are doom to repeat the failures of the past games.

  71. Bucsfan13 Says:

    Brady is a coward. I love Brady, but he’s a docile company man. He’s been indoctrinated by the “Patriot Way.” He’s letting the media control too much of the narrative surrounding him. Aaron Rodgers decided two years ago that he would stick up for himself and tell it like it is. Too many press conferences Tom has his stale answers. Tom needs to find his Mccafee and fight back!

  72. 2022 return of the goat Says:

    Fire BL

  73. Buczilla Says:

    Like all things Bucs, seeing is believing and I ain’t seen spit yet.

  74. Jeffbuc Says:

    People worried about prime video this Thursday need not be. Everything I read the local teams Thursday night games will be broadcast locally. It’s says the game Thursday will be on local tampa fox 13

  75. Goatfarmer Says:

    Can’t fake effort or excitement. BL looks like he just recovered from a serious head injury. Unfortunately he calls plays like he hasn’t recovered. Saying it is nice, Tom. You can’t fix stupid.

  76. beano Says:

    “Tiny Dungy Says: Beano, You are unnecessarily negative.”

    How about these guys? Why don’t you call them out? Hypocrite much?

    Fire BL

    Brady is a coward

    Toilet Bowles

    Bowles stupidity

    Trask sucks


  77. Redeemer Says:

    Bucsfan13, what difference does it matter how he speaks to the media. What would you have him say? I’m sure he’s quite different addressing the team vs. The vultures in the media. Aaron Rodgers was interested in getting paid. Even though it cost him the best reciever in the league. I did like Rodgers comments about facing buffalo, but it’s an entirely different scinerio. GB is playing with a bunch of rookie recievers, and the bucs have seasoned vets at the top three reciever spots. Go watch the 30/30 on the tuck rule. That’s the real Brady. Ultra confident, and almost arrogant. BTW, the Patriot Way worked pretty well, unless you consider 6 rings a failure

  78. beano Says:

    2020 is in the rear view mirror. Play Trask. We need to know what he’s got. If Trask were dark-complected everyone here would be screaming for him to see action and accusing the coaches of being rayciss.

  79. Rod Munch Says:

    Redeemer Says:
    October 25th, 2022 at 2:01 pm
    Rod, how do you know Bowles is hands off with the offense? Any HC worth his salt, is involved in all three aspects. If he is giving BL full autonomy, it’s a sad commentary on his leadership.


    That is literally what Gruden did with the defense when he won the SB. That was Monte Kiffin’s defense, Gruden had nothing to do with it other than just yelling at some players when they were on the field, and running around in his shorts pretending he was a QB. That’s what Bowles is doing here. As part of the deal of being HC, he had to take on Leftwich, who runs the offense. If Bowles is involved at all, it’s only to make generic comments like, “we need to run the ball”, or “we need to protect the ball.”

    Bowles defense, however, has mostly done it’s job and is good enough to have this team near the top of the NFC.

    With that said, it doesn’t mean Bowles can’t get involved or won’t get involved, but what does he have to offer? He’s a defensive coach.

    The one guy that needs to be involved is Arians, but who knows if he wants to be involved or not. Arians getting on the headset and calling the plays would fix the offense, literally overnight, but I don’t see it happening, he wouldn’t have retired if he still wanted to be the headcoach.

  80. Chris@Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa Says:

    A Fish stinks from the Head down.. We have no Dogs on our team because our Head Coach is not a Dog.
    He is as mellow as Tony Dungy, yet does not command the respect Tony did.
    Plus, he is as stubborn as Lovie Smith.
    Our Team needs someone to kick it’s azz, and light a fire under us.
    Brady can’t do it anymore, because he was up at his friends wedding, when he was supposed to be practicing.
    That would make him a total Hypocrite if he tried to yell at the team again.
    So WHO is going to lead us out of this hole we have dug for ourselves ?
    Maybe Bruce Arians, but to do so he would have to take back control of the team, and that is unlikely to happen.

  81. adam from ny Says:

    recently an opposing d-lineman described our glass eater as “just a snack” 🙂

  82. Rod Munch Says:

    beano – You need to understand that Brady isn’t your uncle and he’s not the one that touched you as a child. Just because they share the same first name, doesn’t mean anything. Brady isn’t your enemy, it’s your own mind, and your inability to move on. It’s terrible what happened to you, but that was far in the past. You need to let it go, and only then can you begin healing and stop being such a miserable and unpleasant person.

    I’ll pray for you.

    God bless.

  83. D-Rok Says:

    Good. Light that fire. The Bucs are proverbially down 28-3 at the moment.

    Maybe Brady cannot will this team to play better, but who is willing to bet against him?

    I am not. Having said that, a lot must change in a hurry at OBP for this team to turn it around and be competitive.

    I’m still slightly optimistic. GO BUCS!!!

  84. D-Rok Says:

    PS: Beano, his wife and kids are not your concern. Critique the on-field product all you want, but don’t be talkin’ ’bout his family. Not cool.

  85. beano Says:

    “D-Rok Says: Beano, his wife and kids are not your concern.”

    Then why is his family constantly dicussed here? Why is his wife constantly berated here? Is there a special license that allows one to join in the discussions of Brady’s wife and family? Where does one get it? 😛

  86. adam from ny Says:


    lol no one is playing trask with the goat on the roster – foolish thoughts…

    no coach would ever withstand the ramifications of benching the goat…it would be the one thing that highlights said coaches entire career, and they’d never live it down…


  87. beano Says:

    Rod Munch – Your Bucs predictions falling apart is affecting you. I sense it in your anger. There is help available.

  88. beano Says:


    1. Tell Brady to take time off. He’s always been good with that.
    2. The hell with Brady. This season is toast. He’s not going to be here next year, and neither is Gabbert, and Trask needs snaps and we need to know what he can do.

  89. Bucsfan13 Says:

    @Reedeemer. That’s the problem. Tom thinks he’s still in a NE locker room. These guys lack the mental fortitude and self-motivation. There’s no one else to police the locker room. The days of Willie McGinist, Rodney Harrison, and Teddy bruschi checking people are long gone. Tom is the sole crutch in that locker room and that’s a problem. Where are the dogs?! That’s Tom is always lamented about his days in NE. He did again on the last podcast.

  90. D-Rok Says:


    There are places where wild speculative gossip prevail. Start with TMZ. Sorry, I don’t have a link to send you.

    You’re entitled to your opinion, of course, but let’s keep it classy and discuss football, shall we?

  91. Beanos daddy Says:

    Beano you sound like a idiot blaming Tom for the do you know it’s Tom??you are still living in your parents home and your obviously very jealous of Tom..go get a real life you idiot..

  92. Listnfrmafar Says:

    Words can’t fix this mess, BL has to go!

  93. steele Says:

    Brady will always be Brady. No quit in him. Never will be.

    The problem is virtually everyone around him. Everyone.

    Where are the “fighters”? Why are so many of the veterans so blase? How do you get millenials to adopt old-fashioned toughness, work ethic and accountability?

  94. ChiBuc Says:

    Thunder and Coburn get in your boomer circle jerk because sounds like you 2 morons have no insight into how your generation sucked the life and safety net out of the economy forcing dual income households for the middle class. Idiots.

    And most of you sound like insecure prepubescent tweens with your nasty vitriol attacks on anyone who doesn’t share your lap dog Brady opinion. Weak

  95. Listnfrmafar Says:

    Or you can be a hater like Chicbuc

  96. Listnfrmafar Says:

    That being said Thunder and Colburn are morons. Put your teeth in and get out of the swamps there’s a new world out there.

  97. Dreambig Says:

    Its a funny thing, I kicked my son’s ass playing B-ball until he turned 17. Now, when he is 30, as much crap as I talk, as I near my 6th decade, no matter how much smack I talk, he only has to try 50% to waste me. Go figure. Best of Luck Tom.