Super Bowl LV: Game Thread – Kansas City Chiefs @ Tompa Bay Bucs

RG33

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It was so satisfying to watch Brady win #7 and solidify himself as the GOAT of GOATs.

It was so satisfying to watch the “Mahomes is going to surpass Brady as GOAT” train crash and fucking burn.

It was so satisfying to see Andy Reid and the KC Chiefs get embarassed to knock them off their short-lived pedestal.

It is so satisfying seeing people posting on FB about Brady “paying off the refs” and “he lost 3 SBs” as they are embarassingly spiraling at this point in their hatred for the GOAT.
 

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Most of what I'm feeling right now is I hope BB sticks around for 7-8 more years to get the Pats 3 or 4 more Lombardis.
 

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So happy for Brady. He brought me and many other so much joy for 20 years. Good for him to continue to solidify his excellence. He’s incredible and it’s been amazing to watch happen.

And he won me $500 tonight.
 

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Felger’s first thought tonight:

“Tough night for the Patriots. The guy they didn’t want anymore just led a team to a Super Bowl title.”
Do Shaq Barrett, JPP, Mike Evans, Devin White, Chris Godwin, Cameron Brate, Suh, Vita Vea, Lavonte David, and Scotty Miller come over with him in this fantasy alternate scenario?

And talk about a bad faith framing (his specialty), Brady did not want to be there anymore himself. Wasn’t Felger giving Brady shit for years for not committing to the team by skipping OTAs and not working with their receivers?
 

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Do Shaq Barrett, JPP, Mike Evans, Devin White, Chris Godwin, Cameron Brate, Suh, Vita Vea, Lavonte David, and Scotty Miller come over with him in this fantasy alternate scenario?

And talk about a bad faith framing (his specialty), Brady did not want to be there anymore himself. Wasn’t Felger giving Brady shit for years for not committing to the team by skipping OTAs and not working with their receivers?
If they gave Brady an extension like he originally wanted instead of trying to do it basically year by year, he would have stayed. I completely understand why Bill wouldn't want to be tied down to a 40+ yo QB for any extended time, but it is what it is. It's easy to see both sides of this argument, there's little blame to go around. It worked out for Tom, let's just hope Bill finds a way to make it work for the Pats.
 

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It was so satisfying to watch Brady win #7 and solidify himself as the GOAT of GOATs.

It was so satisfying to watch the “Mahomes is going to surpass Brady as GOAT” train crash and fucking burn.

It was so satisfying to see Andy Reid and the KC Chiefs get embarassed to knock them off their short-lived pedestal.

It is so satisfying seeing people posting on FB about Brady “paying off the refs” and “he lost 3 SBs” as they are embarassingly spiraling at this point in their hatred for the GOAT.
Just enjoy the win if you were rooting for him and/or Tampa Bay. When you say this, though, you become the people you are mocking in your prior two sentences.
 

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For the record, I have enjoyed Mountain Dew. The Mexican version with real sugar, out of a can, is delicious.
 

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If they gave Brady an extension like he originally wanted instead of trying to do it basically year by year, he would have stayed. I completely understand why Bill wouldn't want to be tied down to a 40+ yo QB for any extended time, but it is what it is. It's easy to see both sides of this argument, there's little blame to go around. It worked out for Tom, let's just hope Bill finds a way to make it work for the Pats.
If you had to listen to his Dad come on the radio all the time like I did living in the Bay area, Brady was pretty much leaving for a long time. There was a strong desire to show he could do it. Especially with something like Manning doing it with two different teams. But the main driver was the BB thing. There was a lot of acknowledging that Brady and his group (Dad, etc) knew that Bill would cut him at any time he slipped and there was a decent option, and the only way to stop that from happening was to leave before it happened.
 

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Looks like the Gronk thread got locked on April 22, so I'll post this here.

Gronk is the first player with receptions in 5 different Super Bowls.

His success tonight is keeping me sane.
 
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Just enjoy the win if you were rooting for him and/or Tampa Bay. When you say this, though, you become the people you are mocking in your prior two sentences.
Yeah, I don’t think that is correct. Thanks though.
 

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Looks like the Gronk thread got locked on April 22, so I'll post this here.

Gronk is the first player with receptions in 5 different Super Bowls. It's a shame he was injured for #6.

His success tonight is keeping me sane.
Also says he’s likely to come back next year. A bit surprised by that.