Re: Are the pats preparing to blow things up?
posted at 3/14/2013 11:12 AM EDT
In response to UD6's comment:
So Welker is gone after Brady restructured his contract to give the team more cap space and went out and paid another receiver (who no one thought was better on the field than Welker) more money than Welker got elsewhere. Additionally there are other factors including health, integration with the team, etc that don't make this move logical.
Clearly Brady can't be happy. I don't care what anyone says to the contrary, but does that matter?
Brady now has given the team a contract that many other teams would find very enticing. for the lower cap hit compared to the talent, other teams may be interested in doing a deal for Brady.
Anyone think Brady may have only one or two years max left with the pats?
UD6, I have a history with you, not in a bad way. I don't know if you recall but when I first started on this forum one poster kept saying I was you but with a different name. Thought that was funny, had no idea why he would have thought that but he did So I have always kept an eye on your posts. I really don't regard you as an over the top troll here, you are a long time poster here, multiple screen names over the years, fan of another team. But you bring an outside perspective that is nice to read from an outsider who's team has a deep history with the Patriots and you know what this team is about because of that.
I know TFB isn't happy because of this move, the Patriots are taking a pounding on tv, the radio, the internet because they made this move instead of addressing a position of need. Not so sure TFB only has two years left, but one thing is for sure, a move like this suggests that nobody is safe on this team so nothing would surprise me at this point.