Fascinating Video Montage Of Tom Brady’s 2022 Season

January 26th, 2023

Intriguing insight from insider.

If Joe hears or sees ESPN’s Jeff Darlington talk about Tom Brady, Joe hangs on every word.

Darlington, the pride of Seminole High School, is about as close to a Brady insider as it gets. And yes, Joe has seen Darlington speak with Brady one-on-one, which is rare in Brady’s dealings with reporters.

If anyone in the fourth estate knows what is happening in Brady’s life, it is Darlington. So in a video montage of Brady narrated by Darlington, Joe learned fascinating details of what Brady went through this season and where he could be leaning for 2023.

Here are some nuggets:

* Brady has at times leaned towards returning to Tampa Bay.

“There have been times this season where he has been inclined to return to the Bucs to be part of the solution.”

* Multiple people at One Buc Palace were fed up with Byron Leftwich.

“The playcalling became frustrating for many in the organization.”

* Brady was so overwhelmed if not distracted by goings-on in his personal life, that the most focused athlete of our time was rattled beginning in training camp.

“Brady also knows his own mental focus was gone for the bulk of the season. … He felt at times his preseason anguish ended his chances at success before the regular season even started.”

* Brady wasn’t in peak physical condition.

“… [H]is 15 pounds of weight loss.”

Is this the way Brady really wants his lasting football memory to be, both for himself and his pristine image? That he wasn’t locked in mentally? That he wasn’t in peak physical condition? That he was a victim of an inept offensive coordinator?

69 Responses to “Fascinating Video Montage Of Tom Brady’s 2022 Season”

  1. YucsBall Says:

    Go Bucs. Happy to have TB12 back for 2023 and beyond.

  2. Goatfarmer Says:

    I knew it! Curse you, Geezahag!

    C’mon back, Tommy. No vacations, no weekends off for weddings. No boob to ruin the offense before it starts. Oh wait.

    Toad’s Bowels.

    The turd in the popcorn bag.

    We’re screwed.

  3. SB~LV Says:

    At 46
    Brady will be subservient to Father Time, no matter what great physical and emotional shape he is next summer.
    I’ll end with a Big Hugh

  4. NEfan Says:

    He ain’t do yet. My now wife and I split up for 6 mos early in our relationship, I lost 35lbs, I can see how the divorce caused him to lose 15. If anyone has had feelings for someone and lost them, eating, sleeping & focus are not priorities. Now we know, he like Leftnut as a person but not as the OC. Funny no mention of Bowels. He already has two teams sniffing his jock, I don’t see him coming back. I wasn’t aware he set the record for most completions just attempts.

  5. Buddy Says:

    No chance he comes back to Tampa. He is living full time in
    Surfside FL (North Miami Beach) right down the street from his kids. He’s gone.

  6. NEfan Says:

    Rudolph was on GMFB, they asked what he thought about playing with Brady and does he think he’s done. He said it was awesome that his 50th TD was from TB12 and he sees him playing again. He said he preparation is second to none and even though he can’t throw a 80yd missle like Josh Allen (not many can) he said he can still throw it with the best of them. A relevant current players perspective.

  7. mord Says:

    If he decides to be part of the solution for 2023, the team should both celebrate having him back and move heaven and earth to make the cast around him as good as it can be.

    I still think we’re his best bet. I think his opportunities for a path back to the Super Bowl in 23 are far better on an NFC team than any AFC team (given the number of contending AFC teams with excellent QBs), he knows the Bucs, is close with his teammates, lives close to his kids here . . FFS, let’s do this!!

  8. A Bucs Fan Says:

    Bucs will win the SB with Brady next year.

  9. HomerSimpsonRocks Says:

    Would love to have him back here, because hope. But Bowles is the hope crusher. So for the sake of his legacy, I almost want him to play WHEREVER he has the best chance to win a Super Bowl. I doubt it’s here.

  10. sasquatch Says:

    The Superbowl window is closed. I don’t rule out the possibility that Brady comes back, with all the usual Brady focus, but not likely in Tampa. It’s possible though, and if it’s the old Brady, and if they’re not completely fooking up the future to be “all in” I’d say okay. If Brady is the old Brady for one more year, it would be great to see. I’ve been skeptical though, and the organization has to invest more in the future and stop it with the overpriced, overhyped, over-the-hill, one year vet signings. Time to get younger and faster. If Brady wants to fit in that puzzle, and he’s ready, welcome back for one more go-round.

  11. Rita Moreno, Football Analyst Says:

    Rita is sorry, but not surprised, to hear how difficult it was for Brady last year. All the signs were there, Rita knew all was not well with the weight loss, the extended time off, the inconsistency. Everyone could see it, but Rita could see many fans were in denial. “Oh he’s Brady, he’s the most focused player ever!”, “He’s the GOAT, not worried.” Rita could see there was reason for concern. As more information comes out about what was happening behind the scenes with Bowles v. Leftwich and Brady’s personal life, those concerns are being validated.

    Rita is a realist. Rita still thinks that an upgrade at OC and a focused Brady could be result in a better year… but it’s a big job ahead with half the defense unsigned going into next year. Big challenges ahead, so say Rita.

  12. Dooley Says:

    Hendon Hooker plz

  13. Kenny Says:

    He’s HEADED INTO RETIRMENT!!!!! great QB. enjoy LIFE TOM. god bless.

  14. Old black man Says:

    What’s so fascinating about a bunch of piss poor passes? Passes were either too long or too low. Brady humpers… “He doesn’t want to get hit anymore.” That’s like a cop saying he doesn’t want to chase bad guys anymore. Then give your badge and gun to someone who ain’t too scared to do the job! Lesson from pops. You’re welcome.

  15. SB~LV Says:

    Rita got one too
    Rita been hitting the Mojito

  16. Your Mom Says:

    He can never admit that his TB12 program is a bunch of pseudo-science junk. He’s ageless because he has great genes, and hasn’t destroyed his body but it’s not from some snake oil diet program.

    The proof is in the performance, and we see it… weight loss, less mental focus, less physical output.

  17. NEfan Says:

    Side note, Carolina looking to hire Frank Reich.

  18. BucU Says:

    If he comes back for one more season then great. If not I’m fine with that too. If we’re gonna have to rebuild I’d prefer to do it asap.

  19. Bucfan1988 Says:

    Confirmed – Panthers hiring Frank Reich…
    Dang it!!!! I like that guy 😫😫😫!!

  20. Lamarcus Says:

    I thought they was going to come out and say they were frustrated with the OC….turns out it was “according to sources”.

    More Brady apologist stuff that means nothing right now but for the cheerleadering fans to feel better.

  21. SB~LV Says:

    Do the powers at OBP think that Bowles is long term HC material or are they just buying a scratch off ticket for the 2023 season?
    If there is ANY doubt and there should be based on his NFL HC track record,
    Then! Hire a HC for this season
    Kellen Moore
    Clear the STINK out of the RayJay and let’s field a young team that can grow together.
    G’Boyz seem to love their formula of renting Super Bowls with rental coaches.
    Let’s build something we can be proud of for more than 2-3 years

  22. Rita Moreno, Football Analyst Says:

    SB~LV Says:
    January 26th, 2023 at 2:43 pm

    Do the powers at OBP think that Bowles is long term HC material or are they just buying a scratch off ticket for the 2023 season?
    If there is ANY doubt and there should be based on his NFL HC track record,
    Then! Hire a HC for this season

    Rita sees you’re still struggling with reality. Too bad you’re so certain of your opinion, as it’s only causing suffering. Rita cares. Rita is here to help.

  23. Redeemer Says:

    Only a robot wouldn’t have trouble focusing this season. Divorce is one thing, when kids are involved, it’s a different animal. This wasn’t the first time football was an issue in his marriage. G had wanted him to retire on multiple occasions. I suspect there were other issues too. The marriage was probably in trouble long before he unretired. Then he lost a pile of dough with the whole crypto fiasco. Oh and by the way he injures his shoulder and finger, plus the team sucked around him. I say with all that, the man had a banner year.

  24. SB~LV Says:

    I am struggling with the reality that the G’Boyz are thinking that Bowles will be a successful NFL HC

    Do you?

  25. Cc13wr Says:

    This year was interconnected failure. Brady lost faith early on — in his OL (remember that powerful practice footage, head in hands as Jensen went down?), in his own preparation and focus, and in the system that he was playing in. The players knew it. Side note: Evans is one hell of a pro…because you know he got tired of running 45 deep routes every Sunday, only to watch Tom check it down prematurely to a RB…and Evans never voiced this frustration. Anyway, Brady’s disappearing during training camp undermined the “You play alongside the most dedicated preparer ever, so match that dedication” security. They lost confidence (and you’d see the defense mentally break in so many games where the offense went 3 and out several drives in a row). They lost purpose — heck, a running game is about playing with purpose, and instead, our line and our backs looked like they were out there waiting for someone else to make it happen. So Brady lost faith in them too, and so Leftwich lost faith in both running game and PA game.

    So what changes this year?

    Leftwich is gone. Offensive system will surely gain an identity. (?)

    Brady, if he returns, will return locked in.

    Godwin will be more than a 3-yard route runner.

    Otton will be a year older.

    But is that enough? We talk about this “talented” roster. It was talented three years ago. Watch every team in the playoffs and tell me we play remotely as fast. We talk about Bowles the defensive guru. Is he? Our defense was completely healthy in the only game that mattered, and we got embarrassed by a badly struggling QB. We got beat or hurt by the worst run of quarterbacks anybody has ever seen. Mitch Trubisky, Andy Dalton. Jacoby Brissett. Desmond Ritter. PJ Walker, Sam Darnold. Brock Purdy in his first start ever. Games vs the elite ones (Mahomes, Lamar, Burrow) weren’t competitive by the 4th quarter.

    Joe is right: they will roll out the red carpet for Brady to come back because he means incredible $ profits. But is there enough upside in Tampa for him to come back?

  26. Bucamania Says:

    Tom – thank you for a magical SuperBowl run.

    Definitely a challenging season for you and the team. Major changes are needed now.

  27. Rita Moreno, Football Analyst Says:


    Rita is open minded. Rita thinks our team could have been 10-7 or 11-6 with a decent offensive coordinator. Rita does not think Bowles is perfect, but Rita does not hold his NYJ tenure against him — that was a bad situation from the front office to QBs. Rita thinks, if you’re going to hire a coach, you’re giving them 2 years. Rita thinks Todd deserves a chance to do this job on his own terms, with his own coaches for at least one year.

    Rita thinks good play calling and well designed offense can make a big difference in this coming year.

    Rita is not delusional. 2023 is going to be a challenge due to the potential turnover on defense with so many free agents. Rita also thinks, if Brady is back, fully focused (unlike 2022), he just might be able to get the Bucs back to the playoffs.

    Rita cares. Rita is here to help.

  28. Curse of Gruden Says:

    After a season ending with the arrow pointing straight down, it’s hard to see the Bucs getting better in 2023, even with Brady on board.

  29. Wild Bill Says:

    Hey, historically Brady is still the GOAT. But this past season he was the goat. The baaa kind. That was Brady’s ghost playing qb. Immobile, inconsistent, shanking throws, rarely completing deep throws. Just looking over the hill for most of the season. The expression on his gaunt face too often looked more dead than alive. With all his achievements over a much longer playing time than most qbs, his legend is cast in stone. Time for Brady to yield the field to a new crop of mobile, agile, strong armed qbs that have been the stars of this year’s playoffs. No shame Tom. You had one he’ll of a career! Leave now with your head held high. It’s the young guns turn at the top.

  30. unbelievable Says:

    Well dang, that could almost make me think he’s actually coming back. Wants to do right by Tampa after knowing he wasn’t all there this season.

  31. Beej Says:

    Brady is the best quarterback we can hope to have next year

  32. stpetebucfan Says:

    Has anybody EVER seen Tom Brady walking around with even and ounce of fat on him? Didn’t think so.

    This means that entire FIFTEEN pounds was MUSCLE!!! Think about it. I along with many here can sympathize with his marital problems. But sympathy does not synomous with ignoring the truth. Brady was NEVER really ready for this season. Again he has a legitimate reason…but it’s still the truth!!

    Brady was drafted weighing 211. Using his fiendish training and dietary habits he put on 14lbs of muscle and has weighed 225 most of his career. In fact many lauded his discipline and ability to maintain that weight. Dropping 15 means he weighed less than when he was drafted.

    Giving up 15lbs of muscle that quickly takes it’s toll.

    Sooooo…those that want Brady back can make the argument that it won’t be a problem next year and I suspect that’s true.

    But…will the return of 15lbs cure him of happy feet in the pocket created by two decades of getting beaten on by huge linemen?

  33. Infomeplease Says:

    Rita Moreno, If you were the Head Coach of an NFL team and your star QB was experiencing a marriage breakup, kids being moved away, and $10 million cripto losses due to fraud not of his doing, would you not make it your priority to right the ship??? I’m not talking about fixing his marriage but doing everything in your power to get your qb s head back into the game!!!! From whst I can see, your Todd Bowles did very little to help his qb. I base this on TB12s performance!! Yes, I agree, there could have been better play calling!! I can’t recall ever seeing Todd Bowles and TB12 talking on the sidelines , during a game

  34. Infomeplease Says:

    Maybe I’m mistaken.

  35. stpetebucfan Says:

    BTW Before whiners come on here about the OL…yeah they sucked at run blocking or perhaps it was the play calling…but at keeping Brady upright…that is not getting sacked..the Bucs OL was SIXTH BEST IN THE ENTIRE LEAGUE.

    Players like Joe Burrow and Jalen Hurts were sacked twice as often as Brady!!!

  36. Redeemer Says:

    Wild Bill, don’t you think some of his inaccuracy and arm strength issues were tied to his rotator cuff? He’d never admit it, but I bet he was hurt much more than we know. The finger too. I just can’t see how he declined that much in less than a calendar year without significant injuries

  37. Wild Bill Says:

    One last thought. Take away Tom’s many, many 3 or 4 yard dump offs to Godwin and Tom had a lousy pass completion rate. It’s a miracle Godwin took all those hits and finished the season healthy. Toughest guy on the team in my opinion.

  38. George Says:

    Brady should go to the Dolphins to finish off his career.

    Why would he waste his talent with Todd Bowles as Head Coach?

  39. Redeemer Says:

    Those sideways throws to Godwin and the three yard dump offs were their running game Bill. They were a historically bad run team lead by a tinkle poor OC. Why is that so hard for some to understand? Defenses played strictly coverage most of the year. No QB threw into 7+ defenders more than Brady. I don’t care who the QB is. That’s a recipe for disaster. Josh Allen’s team couldn’t run either. They’re home too.

  40. Wild Bill Says:

    @Redeemer. You may be right. Or not. Only Tom knows and he isn’t telling. But if I was a general manager or head coach I would not bet on a 46 year old qb next year who was coming off a career worst season. Maybe Tom could be the ghost of George Blanda if he spends the off season practicing field goal kicks. Tom could retire now and share the burden of a losing season and a losing first round playoff game. Let’s be honest, they snuck into the playoffs thru the back door and got kicked in the butt in the first round . If Tom hangs around for another loosing season or two he will be 48! And with a tarnished rep. The big bucks TV money might slip away. My advice (which of course is worthless) is Tom should hang up the cleats and retire gracefully into the mass media millions. He has earned it!!!

  41. Max Says:

    Joe can you please get an article up on the chances of Wilks coming here to be defensive coordinator? Arizona connection, and a chance to stick it to the panthers?
    Also I remember bowles saying at the start of the year he wanted to appoint a DC but the timing of arians decision meant he would be doing double duty.

  42. Wild Bill Says:

    Oh ya. If I was Tom I would hang up the cleats, take some sweet young thing to a very private tropical island, eat, drink and make it merry (wink).

  43. NEfan Says:

    stp, either you’re a speed reader or moron, either or I don’t care, he releases the ball quicker, and has for his entire career. Reading is fundamental.

  44. mg Says:

    exactly NEfan.

  45. Rita Moreno, Football Analyst Says:

    Infomeplease Says:
    January 26th, 2023 at 4:05 pm

    Rita Moreno, If you were the Head Coach of an NFL team and your star QB was experiencing a marriage breakup, kids being moved away, and $10 million cripto losses due to fraud not of his doing, would you not make it your priority to right the ship??? I’m not talking about fixing his marriage but doing everything in your power to get your qb s head back into the game!!!!

    So, you think a coach can just get a guy to “snap out of it”… Rita thinks that’s crazy, irrational, and totally unrealistic. Rita knows plenty of therap!sts and none of them would agree with your point of view. Rita thinks the tough guy, suck-it-up, suppressive attitude does not work. Tom was working through a lot of stuff.

  46. Rita Moreno, Football Analyst Says:

    Infomeplease Says:
    January 26th, 2023 at 4:05 pm

    From whst I can see, your Todd Bowles did very little to help his qb. I base this on TB12s performance!! Yes, I agree, there could have been better play calling!! I can’t recall ever seeing Todd Bowles and TB12 talking on the sidelines , during a game

    Rita can see you haven’t thought this through too much… because if you had, you would have realized the following:
    1) Brady is on the sideline WHEN? When the defense is on the field.
    2) Todd Bowles is doing WHAT? He’s calling the defense, and needs to focus.

    Rita thinks this is another example of reflexive negativity, without an ounce of pause to be open minded and think for a moment. This is really toxic. Rita isn’t buying your negativity. Rita thinks. Rita cares. Rita is here for you.

    Rita is love.

  47. Rita Moreno, Football Analyst Says:

    Rita finds it interesting that the word “therap!st” with an “i” instead of a “!” threw the previous post into the bitbucket.

    Rita finds this all very interesting, especially considering how much therapy is obviously needed among the whiners and complainers.

  48. BucsFanSince1996 Says:

    Father Time is no match for Brady. The combination this past season of his own issues, the O-line injuries, Marpet’s retirement, and the playcalling was just a perfect storm that he couldn’t overcome.

    I have zero doubt that he COULD come back in better mental and physical shape and play at an elite level IF he has the right supporting cast around him.

    There’s no question in my mind that he could, but he’s got to have the burning desire to play at a championship level. He’ll retire if he doesn’t have that.

  49. Infomeplease Says:

    Rita, your logic fails me as far as the “defense is on the field ” part. During time outs,when the offense is on the field, Coach Bowles never talks with his qb!!! I may be wrong. I don’t see it. If he cared about the game outcome he would!! Every successful head coach, as far as I can tell, communicates with his qb during games.

    I believe Todd Bowles is a very good defensive coordinator. I also believe he is in way over his head as a head coach, In NY and here so far! Things could change. IMO, he would have to change how he approaches his job.

  50. Rita Moreno, Football Analyst Says:

    Infomeplease Says:
    January 26th, 2023 at 6:42 pm

    Things could change. IMO, he would have to change how he approaches his job.

    On that point, Rita agrees. Rita thinks a full time defensive coordinator who calls plays would be beneficial. Rita also suspects the relationship between Bowles and Leftwich was not great, so he let Lefty handle all the communication with the QB to avoid conflict. Rita thinks the right OC, and taking Bowles out of the playcaller role would allow Bowles to communicate with the QB and the offense more.

  51. Infomeplease Says:

    Rita, we’ll see how that goes. All will be revealed!!

  52. unbelievable Says:

    @St Pete – the sack rate on someone like Brady is misleading though…

    Because he gets rid of the ball so quickly (and far too many times this year- too quickly, and into the dirt), so it’s not a great gauge of how well the o-line was actually protecting him.

    QB hits is a better metric, but hard to find consistent data on in my experience. They were not nearly as good in pass protection as the last 2 years, but they were not horrible either. Brady had happy feet too much this past season as well.

  53. NEfan Says:

    unbelievable, you’re unbelievable. How about 1st in dropped balls, bottom 3rd in wr separation. QB hits are also skewed by release time. If you cannot run the ball, defenders pin their ears back with no worry of missing a tackle. Teams simply drop 7 and the down 4 just go at the QB. What other team had to deal with that? Bowels did nothing to help fix that. Very little PA, crossing or pick routes. The wr’s did screens, burst & curls anything else was lightly sprinkled in.

  54. Goatfarmer Says:

    I think it’s hilarious that many posters are dialoguing with this fake Rita bot who types in the third person. It was funny the first 73 times, but has gotten old particularly with the feaux holier than thou attitude.

  55. mg Says:

    It only makes sense – Bowles incompetence must be the main attraction to the Glazers.

  56. mg Says:

    Bowles failed to focus against the Rams, Rita. He stinks on ice, hon.

  57. Infomeplease Says:

    Goatfsrmer, A bot? Thought it was the actress from the 80 for Brady movie!!!!

  58. Bucsfan13 Says:

    From what his teammates have said this year, I believed he was prepared for games. He still had the attention to detail. He still was a film junkie. He knew after Jensen got injured that this team was done. He knew the OL wasn’t championship material. The weight loss was insane. Not one local reporter asked him about it. Media malpractice to not inquire why he wasn’t playing at his normal weight. Brady talked about watching film 14 games of his opponents after games. His preparation wasn’t the problem.

  59. NEfan Says:

    13:30 left some good hockey being played Bruins/Lightening

  60. Bucsfan13 Says:

    You should watch the Kyle Rudolph interview he did on NFL Network. He’s a guy who was in the building everyday with Brady. I put more stock in what players have to say about their teammates than a reporter. He said Brady was prepared and still has an arm. Brady’s arm isn’t the issue. It’s his legs. He had the great pocket awareness and presence. It was Marino like. He could slide around in the pocket and create extra time. That’s where I saw the biggest regression. His mechanics were off because of the pressure, and it causes some accuracy issues.

    Brady also was dealing with a shoulder and finger issues. He’s not Aaron Rodgers. He’s not gonna admit to any injuries. He feels it’s an excuse. He hid numerous injuries in NE. He hid the fact that he was playing on a torn MCL in the 20 season.

  61. Rita Moreno, Football Analyst Says:

    Goatfarmer Says:
    January 26th, 2023 at 7:48 pm

    I think it’s hilarious that many posters are dialoguing with this fake Rita bot who types in the third person. It was funny the first 73 times, but has gotten old particularly with the feaux holier than thou attitude.


    Dear Goatf0cker,

    People respond to Rita because Rita makes points. Rita challenges the default reflexive negativity of the whiners and complainers. Rita is rational, realistic, and pragmatic. Rita is about having hope and not spending the entire offseason being a miserable pr!ck, hating on coaches, players, and the front office.

    Rita is love.

    Rita is here to help.

  62. Rita Moreno, Football Analyst Says:

    Also Goatf0cker, Rita is no bot. Rita is real.

    Rita likes a Margarita.

    Rita is the wind beneath your wings.


  63. Redeemer Says:


  64. stpetebucfan Says:


    I certainly take your point about Brady’s famous quick release. Indeed that helps keep him upright and reduces damage to his body.

    My point still remains. 25 other QB’s were sacked more frequently including stars like Burrow and Hurts, both better than Brady at this point in his career.

    Those who wish to give Brady ALL the credit…fine…whatever…his OL did enough for Brady to get the ball out…if they weren’t required to hold blocks as long as other NFL OL’s because of Brady’s quick release…great…bottom line is they blocked well enough.

    The OL didn’t force that INT. I watched plenty of times where Brady took and had much longer than his vaunted quick release and still couldn’t find a receiver. Perhaps they didn’t get separation…or perhaps TB12 simply overthrew them when they were running with open with a certain TD like ME13 or perhaps it was ME13’s drop that wrecked Brady’s confidence.

    I’m not enjoying watching a GOAT fall back to a mere mortal. I’m sorry to a degree…but then again who wouldn’t trade their life for the one TB12 is currently living? Trust me. I’ve never been a “star” athlete but have always participated. Father Time never loses! I used to be able to hang from a basketball rim, now I’m no longer sure I can even touch the net. LMAO

  65. Redeemer Says:

    Apparently Rita is masquerading

  66. Fitz Says:

    After listening to all the talk about Brady being all washed up I just heard a stat that I had to look up to believe. Brady has played in five of the last eight super bowls and won four. That is pretty impressive for a guy who everyone has said is to old for at least the last 10 years.

  67. Rod Munch Says:

    That he was a victim of an inept offensive coordinator?


    Well, the victim of an inept offensive coordinator and a bad headcoach.

    It’s worth noting, Bowles and Leftwich, the co-headcoaches of this team, where, by far, the worst headcoaches that Brady has ever had to deal with, ever. It shows why good headcoaches are worth a ton, and why the Bucs should be calling the Saints about Payton and offering up at least a 1st for him.

  68. matthew veal Says:

    This woman trouble issue likely iwas the problem last year.

    Makes you feel Wful for everyone that lost their jobs

  69. BucU Says:

    This entire debacle of a 2022 season is on the coaches. I’ve never ever seen a team collectively play with zero enthusiasm and energy every week. That alone was enough to fire Bowles and Co.
    Then add the utter incompetence of the D’s blown coverages constantly week in and out and the hero ball which created wide open areas to exploit.
    I’m not even gonna bother pointing out the offensive woes we seen each and every week with NEVER an adjustment. It was maddening.