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O.J. Simpson thinks Tom Brady will stay with the Patriots

"You can't even name the backup quarterbacks in New England."

O.J. Simpson tweeted a video sharing his thoughts on Tom Brady's future. Ethan Miller/AP Photo

O.J. Simpson thinks Tom Brady will come back as a New England Patriot in 2020.

In a video shared to Twitter on Thursday, Simpson said Brady will play in New England “for one more year for sure.” His reasoning? There’s no other team with a system equipped to handle Brady, and there’s no system in New England equipped to handle a season without him.

“Brady doesn’t throw the long ball like he used to,” Simpson said. “All the good teams that have the type of o-line that can protect him, they all have top quarterbacks in place right now. You can’t even name the backup quarterbacks on the Patriots.”

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Simpson, who also noted the opportunity for Brady to share a “swan song” with Rob Gronkowski, noted one exception to his plan – if the Patriots were to “sign somebody like Teddy Bridgewater.”

Watch Simpson’s full video:

https://twitter.com/TheRealOJ32/status/1215336979493113856

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