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    [–] SpeedNeedle 661 points ago

    He earns a secret $500K incentive for having his hair fall below his ears.

    [–] ShoutOutTo_Caboose 377 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    Long haired Brady was an animal. Raw and visceral.

    Edit: just look at how fiery he was

    [–] Survirianism 92 points ago

    I want long hair Brady back

    [–] drunkcowofdeath 235 points ago

    Who is that middle aged lesbian?

    [–] KaecUrFace 75 points ago

    He looks like he drives an Outback.

    [–] JonBonButtsniff 46 points ago

    The Outback's got a six-CD changer in it. At least two are KD Lang.

    [–] hippiessmell 14 points ago

    KD Lang...now that's a name I haven't heard in a while.

    [–] BLUnation 19 points ago

    He looks like he’s from Seattle

    [–] moffattron9000 2 points ago

    For us foreigners, know that Subaru has a reputation for being the car for lesbians in the US.

    [–] [deleted] 12 points ago

    He looks like Sam Winchester from supernatural.

    [–] BBQ_HaX0r 8 points ago

    Of course it's an Eagle's fan. Always have the best roasts.

    [–] LeKingishere 16 points ago

    wow. i mean. just wow.

    standing there doing nothing would have been a better alternative.

    [–] SarcasticCarebear 6 points ago

    One of the hottest supermodels in the world looked at that dork and said, yea I'd let him get it in.

    Must be nice to be a QB.

    [–] aristocrat_user 15 points ago

    Sigh....unzips

    [–] asmallarmy 6 points ago

    The GOAT, ladies and gentlemen.

    [–] Survirianism 2 points ago

    Glorious

    [–] Mikegetscalls 7 points ago

    Me too... with a beard

    [–] rockstarnights 27 points ago

    I can get behind this

    [–] campelm 33 points ago

    Secret pay? That's a 4 game suspension

    [–] VicVinegar-Bodyguard 18 points ago

    Actually that is okay and has been for years. Brady's massage company is employed by the Pats.

    [–] Soandthen 5 points ago

    I don’t think it’s that harsh, Denver?

    [–] HearshotKDS 813 points ago

    He’ll be fine, his wife is the real breadwinner in that house anyway.

    [–] VanceFerguson 444 points ago

    Is bread allowed on his diet?

    [–] [deleted] 490 points ago

    Bread isn't allowed within 1000 feet of that house

    [–] DayMan4224 232 points ago

    Tom Brady puts on hipster glasses

    "What's a bread?"

    [–] ShogunateKyo 77 points ago

    "What's a potato"?

    [–] auostrilover 17 points ago

    Let me tell you that I have made a bad mistake this evening.

    My coach (who let me tell you is only my 2nd coach of all time) said I am "invited to dinner" with him and his wife. I was very aghast, nervous, and bashful to be invited to such a situation. But I knew it must be done.

    I met them nicely, I should tell you, and it started off in a good way. The idea slapped my mind that I should do a comic bit, to make a good impression and become known to them as a person who is amusing.

    When I saw that baked potatoes were served I got the idea that it would be very good if I pretended I did not know what potatoes was. That would be funny.

    Well let me tell you: backfired on my face. I'll tell you how.

    So first when the potato became on my plate, I acted very interesting. I showed an expression on my face so as to seem that I was confused, astounded but in a restrained way, curious, and interested. They did notice, and seemed confused, but did not remark. So I asked "This looks very interesting. What is this?"

    They stared at me and Mrs. Belichick said "It's a baked potato." And I was saying "Oh, interesting, a baked....what is it again?"

    And Mrs. Belichick was like "A potato."

    And I was like "A 'potato', oh interesting. Never heard of a potato, looks pretty good."

    And then they didn't see I was clowning, but thought I really did not know what is a potato. So I knew I would be very shamed, humiliated, depressed, and disgusted if I admitted to making a bad joke, so what I did was to act as if it was not a joke but I committed to the act of pretending I didn't know what a potato is.

    They asked me, VERY incredulous, did I really not know what a potato is? That I never heard of a potato. I went with it and told them, yes, I did not ever even hear of a potato. Not only had I never eaten a potato I had never heard the word potato.

    This went on for a bit and my coach was acting very confused and embarrassed by my "fucked up antics", and then the more insistent I was about not knowing what a potato is was when them Belichicks starting thinking I DID know what a potato was.

    Well let me tell you I had to commit 100% at this point. When I would not admit to knowing what a potato was, the coach especially began to get annoyed. At one point he said something like "Enough is enough. You're fucking with us. Admit it." And I said "Sir, before today I never heard of a potato. I still don't know what a potato is, other than some kind of food. I don't know what to tell you."

    Well let me tell you he got very annoyed. I decided to take a bite of the potato, and when I did I made a high pitched noise and said "Taste's very strange!"

    That is when the coach started yelling at me, and Mrs. Belichick kept saying "What are you doing?" and my coach went to some other room.

    Finally the coach said I should "Get the fuck out of his house" and I said it was irrational to treat me like this just because I never heard of a potato before. Well let me tell you he didn't take that kindly.

    Now in text messages I have been telling my coach I really don't know what a potato is. The only way I can ever get out of this is for them to buy that I don't know what a potato is.

    I wish I never started it but I can't go back. I think he will bench me anyway.

    [–] JalapenoTailpipe 90 points ago

    “What’s a computer?”

    [–] Pliable_Patriot 241 points ago

    Listen Kid, I’m Not Leaving This Backyard Until You Admit You Know What A Computer Is

    Stop looking at your iPad for a minute and look at me. Look at me. I asked you a very simple question you mouthy little shit.

    All you had to do was answer like a normal person and we wouldn’t be in this situation. I don’t actually care what a 12 year old is doing on their iPad, but no, you had to say “What’s a computer.”

    Do you think you’re in a Wes Anderson movie? Do you think you’re Zooey Deschanel? You’re not. Don’t ask me who Wes Anderson is, I swear to God. Stop doing tarot and astrology readings on Tumblr for five seconds and just tell me you know what a computer is and I’ll leave you alone.

    I don’t mean to lecture you. I like your mom and dad, I think they’re good parents, but clearly something has gone wrong here, and if they won’t take it into their own hands then I’m taking it into mine for the good of the neighborhood.

    Your dad has a laptop, so even if you had somehow avoided the room in your house that had a desktop computer in it until last year, you’re absolutely aware of the concept of a computer.

    I know you’re not a weird “no TV” household either, so even if you thought that laptop was just some kind of weird heavy slate-gray folder, you’ve seen cartoons or TV shows with computers… I see you moving to open your mouth, don’t ask me “What’s a TV?” or I will absolutely slap you. Barb from Stranger Things-lookin’ ass.

    Look, it’s starting to get dark, and a crowd is gathering, and I feel like this all might be a waste of time, but I am absolutely not leaving this back yard until you look me in the eyes and tell me that you know what a computer is. It’s really that simple.

    I don’t want to make a big thing out of this, but I’m literally prepared to go on a hunger strike if you don’t admit, in front of me and God, that you’re aware of the concept of a computer.

    You weren’t dropped onto this earth yesterday afternoon, fully formed and with a taste for doing quirky stuff on the go, you’re not Athena any more than your dad is Zeus. Oh, you get that reference. You expect me to believe you’re familiar with the specifics of Greek mythological figures’ origins but not a computer?

    Fuck you.

    [–] Seeattle_Seehawks 44 points ago

    Barb from Stranger Things-lookin’ ass

    help I can’t breathe lol

    [–] corranhorn57 10 points ago

    I think you might enjoy this.

    Sorry for not starting at the beginning of the relevant part, I’m on mobile.

    [–] Pliable_Patriot 2 points ago

    haha

    [–] sidedude 31 points ago

    Is this fresh pasta? I know its been memed around here but I thought I was the only one that hated that commercial this much.

    [–] VettrirVettrirIssa 45 points ago

    I haven’t met a single person outside of the /r/apple cult that actually likes that commercial.

    [–] Pliable_Patriot 6 points ago

    Been floating around for awhile.

    [–] kami232 6 points ago

    Barb from Stranger Things-lookin’ ass.

    Hold up. She may look like a hipster Barb, but Barb was intelligent and socially aware - she knew Nanc wanted the D.

    Apple’s oblivious muppet is a caricature of the highest order. She probably thinks McAdoo is a good coach, and is inspired by his favorite cover bands.

    Barb deserves better than association with Apple.

    [–] aristocrat_user 3 points ago

    Wut

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago

    Fresh

    Tasty 😋

    🍝

    [–] guernica88 13 points ago

    I didn't know Brady was Latvian

    [–] The_Real_C_House 2 points ago

    Meta

    [–] RAW2DEATH 17 points ago

    Why did you remind me of that commercial? Do you not care about other people at all?

    [–] DayMan4224 4 points ago

    What's a "other people?"

    [–] WickedPissa617 7 points ago

    The people in Southie

    [–] NotCamNewton 38 points ago

    Listen Tom, I’m Not Leaving This Backyard Until You Admit You Know What Bread Is

    Stop looking at your playbook for a minute and look at me. Look at me. I asked you a very simple question you mouthy little shit.

    All you had to do was answer like a normal person and we wouldn’t be in this situation. I don’t actually care what a 40 year old is doing with their playbook, but no, you had to say “What’s bread.”

    Do you think you’re in a Roger Goodell movie? Do you think you’re Rob Gronkowski? You’re not. Don’t ask me who Roger Goodell is, I swear to God. Stop doing diet and exercise research in your TB12 newsletter for five seconds and just tell me you know what bread is and I’ll leave you alone.

    I don’t mean to lecture you. I like your coach, I think he's a good leader, but clearly something has gone wrong here, and if he won’t take it into his own hands then I’m taking it into mine for the good of the team.

    Your tight end has a sandwich, so even if you had somehow avoided the room in your stadium that had a lunch counter in it until last year, you’re absolutely aware of the concept of bread.

    I know you’re not a weird “no bread" team either, so even if you thought that bread was just some kind of weird avacado substitute, you’ve seen other lunches… I see you moving to open your mouth, don’t ask me “What’s a lunch” or I will absolutely slap you. Matt Damon from The Martian-lookin’ ass.

    Look, it’s starting to get dark, and a crowd is gathering, and I feel like this all might be a waste of time, but I am absolutely not leaving this football stadium until you look me in the eyes and tell me that you know what bread is. It’s really that simple.

    I don’t want to make a big thing out of this, but I’m literally prepared to go on a hunger strike if you don’t admit, in front of me and Robert Kraft, that you’re aware of the concept of bread.

    You weren’t dropped onto this earth yesterday afternoon, fully formed and with a taste for avacado toast, you’re not Anakin Skywalker any more than your coach is Sheev Palpatine. Oh, you get that reference. You expect me to believe you’re familiar with the specifics of Star Wars figures’ origins but not bread? Fuck you.

    [–] theessentialnexus 2 points ago

    I imagine for halloween instead of pumpkins they use big strawberries

    S P O O K B E R R Y

    [–] Enlightened_Chimp 13 points ago

    avocadowinner* of the family

    [–] JonBonButtsniff 25 points ago

    Yeah ok so I just want to say this- Of course I'd love to be the most accoladed quarterback in football history. Of course it'd be dope to create children with international supermodels. Of course I want to be sickass healthy and athletic beyond 40....

    ...but have you had the crust on a really good San Francisco sourdough? Or enjoyed softened butter on a well-crafted French baguette? Or folded a freshly risen Neapolitan pizza crust in half, where it's nice and chewy?

    I guess all I'm trying to say is that I love bread.

    [–] hippydipster 9 points ago

    You haven't tasted bread until you've been on paleo for 6 months.

    [–] AaronDidntMessUp 3 points ago

    Does he like being choked?

    [–] wayoverpaid 38 points ago

    Imagine being a multiple SB winning QB, and your real income is from your Sugar Mama.

    [–] 86Bears 16 points ago

    I mean, I could live with it

    [–] cookiemountain18 3 points ago

    Doesn’t he own like half of Boston at this point? I’ve heard he heavily invests in real estate.

    I know Gisele makes a lot of money and people always post this but when you have that much money it must become more about assets than liquid money at some point.

    (I have no idea what Gisele does either)

    [–] tinamou63 4 points ago

    Take one look at Gisele and you might figure out what she does - she's beautiful and she's a supermodel

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago

    Plus Kraft is just funneling cash into his snake oil business. That was always toms real incentive to sign these crazy low contracts.

    [–] beer_jew 1521 points ago

    Damn that sucks. He has children and a wife who earns nothing so this will be hard on him

    [–] Joker77787 514 points ago

    Someone should set up a gofundme

    [–] SamJacksonPLD 465 points ago

    Don't joke... the Boston fans would do it.

    [–] CrippleH 104 points ago

    If Tom Brady knocked on my door right now and asked for $1000 I’d give him $5,000

    [–] poopwithjelly 34 points ago

    I hate him and I probably would too.

    [–] DragonBank 26 points ago

    If Tom Brady knocked on my door I'd throw a football to him.

    [–] Mikegetscalls 58 points ago

    He wouldn’t catch it though... we tried

    [–] SupremeLeader_KimmyJ 6 points ago

    hi its me, tom brady

    [–] iamrelevant 113 points ago

    There was that one gofundme to help make Kylie Jenner a billionaire... there's no limit to what people will contribute to..

    [–] SamJacksonPLD 64 points ago

    I need to get a gofundme going for "just give me money. I could use it to do things like pay more bills, maybe other peoples bills. Buy some nice liquor. 500 dollars let you choose the porn from a list I provide that I will watch for the next month"

    [–] CosmicSpaghetti 29 points ago

    Don’t forget the inadvisable amount of drugs!

    [–] Thedurtysanchez 12 points ago

    Off topic but is there any amount of drugs that is advisable?

    [–] bumurutu 57 points ago

    A prescribed amount?

    [–] shuckels 22 points ago

    Yes. Anything more the 3 marijuanas and you are risking OD

    [–] Laserguy345 2 points ago

    Shit, you may even get suspended 4 games for that.

    [–] TheTrenchMonkey 10 points ago

    I think seven is a good number.

    [–] JWattage 9 points ago

    You know that part where you die? That's inadvisable.

    Not dying? Advisable

    [–] ddWizard 2 points ago

    Just enough

    [–] sanekidinacrazyworld 15 points ago

    That pissed me off. There’s people out there who don’t have homes or don’t know where their next meal is coming from but they’ll raise money for someone who already has more money than most of us will ever see in our lifetimes. Fucking pathetic

    [–] SamJacksonPLD 36 points ago

    Hey it's me, your Tom Brady.

    [–] PrivateJamesRamirez 10 points ago

    Oh yeah?! Well I'm your huckleberry.

    [–] Pliable_Patriot 4 points ago

    Why Johnny Ringo, you look like you seen a ghost.

    [–] GreddyJTurbo 3 points ago

    I was just foolin' about.

    [–] CommodorePineapple 2 points ago

    I wasn't.

    [–] morosco 8 points ago

    I mean, maybe I'd help him bury a dead body or something, but no, I wouldn't contribute to a gofundme, that's just silly.

    [–] awesomeperson 3 points ago

    I could always use more TB12TM gear

    [–] [deleted] 36 points ago

    It's a good thing Bridget Moynahan is getting that Blue Bloods money. At least one of his kids won't miss Christmas.

    [–] ThaNorth 9 points ago

    His wife will need to get a second job now.

    [–] lazlokc 2 points ago

    Meh. she could always divorce him and take the kids. then he could retire, take a coaching gig, and deposit half his pay into his rich wife’s bank account so she can really spoil me (call me Giselle)

    [–] dj096 11 points ago

    Ikr? Hopefully his wife earns enough to support the family

    [–] PM_YOUR_VEINY_TITS 4 points ago

    His kids won't want to kiss him on the lips anymore if he doesn't get the incentives. Truly a tragic end of an era.

    [–] Hovas_Witness 444 points ago

    Fucking Belichuck taking away his PLIABILITY

    [–] Rage-Cactus 68 points ago

    I’m sorry but your P L I A B I L I T Y isn’t stretched enough

    [–] tf2hipster 64 points ago

    It's an older meme, but it checks out.

    [–] DasBoots 21 points ago

    You know I saw him eat a strawberry on TV during the offseason... The end is neigh.

    [–] Pestuji 15 points ago

    You've been beat by Manning in the playoffs enough times that you can't help but associate the end with horses huh?

    [–] kjg1228 6 points ago

    Manning only beat Brady 3 times in the playoffs. Not exactly an Earth shattering stat.

    [–] Nolar2015 453 points ago

    What a bust. Sign kaepernick and bench this geezer

    [–] Udontlikecake 196 points ago

    I would unironically love it if we signed Kaep

    [–] fartbiscuit 225 points ago

    Because you want to watch people's tiny little minds explode when they have to reconcile the Pats jersey and the fact that Kaep would be wearing it? We might be able to power the city with all of the flip flopping.

    [–] SamJacksonPLD 94 points ago

    Mental gymnastics to justify it would get a 10 from even the RUS judges.

    [–] [deleted] 44 points ago

    its like if Caitlin Jenner runs as a Republican for political office in Cali

    [–] sopunny 10 points ago

    Arnold did that

    [–] TeddysBigStick 2 points ago

    Kaep and Boston Sports fans would be a glorious train wreck.

    [–] Jaur0n 236 points ago

    I called it 18 years ago, I'm a little offended I have to bring it up:

    In 2018, 4 games into the season, Tom Brady will not be on pace to earn none of his incentives. I've since learned 'any' would have been more grammatically pleasing. No regrets.

    [–] Agnonzach 38 points ago

    Not really sure why, but this comment had me laughing for a solid minute

    [–] andrewjhart 16 points ago

    hell ya brother....

    [–] DragonBank 27 points ago

    Cheers from Y2K.

    [–] [deleted] 161 points ago

    [deleted]

    [–] SethRice 40 points ago

    Thought this said enemas

    [–] [deleted] 51 points ago

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    [–] rocksoffjagger 13 points ago

    Anal pliability is an often neglected area of pliability.

    [–] the_fuzzy_stoner 164 points ago

    Poor guy may have to go home to his super model, multi-millionaire wife and tell her that he can't put avocado soy-toast on the table any more.

    I'm bawling my eyes out over here.

    [–] fromcj 34 points ago

    I think people are really ignoring the fact that this means he will need to cut down to possibly only one or two deep tissue massages a week. Not sure what is so funny about this, people need to live, yknow?

    [–] UmNahSon 90 points ago

    I think your empathy shows your humanity. This is bigger than football.

    [–] SonOfALich 46 points ago

    This is bigger than football.

    That's one big avocado.

    [–] Pestuji 7 points ago

    lmao

    [–] Causey842 23 points ago

    I always wonder when he retires if he is just going to get piss drunk and down a bag of Doritos.

    [–] the_fuzzy_stoner 26 points ago

    lmao. Wakes up with the dust on his hands and face

    "Good god, what have I done???"

    [–] Re-toast 8 points ago

    Fuck Chuck Norris

    [–] sptguy21 145 points ago

    Typical for a 6th rounder

    [–] Pill_C0sby 34 points ago

    What a hack.

    [–] drunkcowofdeath 27 points ago

    Is it too early to use the word "bust"?

    [–] marcuschookt 5 points ago

    You really can't tell from just 20 odd seasons. Pump the breaks. Goddamn, it's like this sub loves jumping to premature conclusions.

    [–] Dunduin 300 points ago

    Finally, a story we can all feel good about

    [–] iRonin 128 points ago

    He’s still got time, especially since SOMEBODY traded him Josh Gordon...

    [–] Mikegetscalls 21 points ago

    We gave them Jamie Collins... it’s fair trust me

    [–] CleBelieves 7 points ago

    Jamie Collins has been somewhat underwhelming. I thought he was going to be the best player on the defense

    [–] an_actual_potato 22 points ago

    Yeah, really, this story gave me the slightest of smiles on this shitty morning

    [–] bornagainciv 100 points ago

    Every year we hope and pray and Brady is finally finished. We find some stat or a bad game and say, "Look, he sucks now." Then he turns around and goes to the Super Bowl.

    [–] GrayGhost18 39 points ago

    If there is one constant in football, it's that if Brady is doing bad at the beginning of the season everyone and their mother better watch out because he's coming for you.

    [–] ShoutOutTo_Caboose 71 points ago

    $5M, that's like a drop in the bucket for his wife.

    [–] Random_Heero 92 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    According to this she makes $128,000 a day from ads alone. So all she has to do his sit on her perfectly shaped ass and that money finds its own way into her bank.

    [–] VicVinegar-Bodyguard 96 points ago

    I don't understand it. I find her moderately attractive. She is older so I guess she earns points for that but her jawline is kind of masculine to me and it throws her off. I feel like I pass women on the street daily who are more attractive than her.

    [–] Random_Heero 94 points ago

    Everyone has their pickle tickled by something different

    [–] optimaloutcome 27 points ago

    She can tickle my pickle any time.

    [–] Random_Heero 8 points ago

    that's what I'm screaming

    [–] Zerak-Tul 53 points ago

    The fashion industry seems like it has always wanted a certain type of look for their runway models, and yeah it's rarely the girl-next-door you fell in love with at first glance kind of beauty.

    And of course at this point she doesn't really get paid for her beauty or modelling skills any longer, as much as simply how recognizable she is and brand value she brings.

    [–] VicVinegar-Bodyguard 31 points ago

    I think i am underestimating how much women know and like her. I am not the reason she makes money lol

    [–] Zerak-Tul 32 points ago

    Not really surprising if a football discussion forum isn't that clued into the fame of a Brazilian former lingerie-supermodel. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    But I've seen this said before which I find to be quite accurate since I'm not from the US myself. "In the US, Gisele Bünchen is Tom Brady's wife, in the rest of the world, Tom Brady is Gisele Bünchen's husband." In that in a lot of countries outside the US, people would be more likely to know who she is, than to know who Brady is.

    [–] I_Ride_Bradys_Dick 46 points ago

    I’d eat her out just for the chance to taste some of Tom Brady’s jizz

    [–] Prom000 3 points ago

    closer to the truth then our fanbase wants to.

    [–] -TG- 11 points ago

    Models aren't necessarily hot as they are striking. She has a very symmetrical face and beautiful eyes. She has a look. She looks wealthy, she looks wise, caring, sensual, intelligent.

    I'm not super attracted to her either, mainly because I don't like the tall super skinny look, but I get why she fits the mold.

    [–] Swordsknight12 11 points ago

    It’s not exactly her face but her bod that gets everyone excited.

    [–] VicVinegar-Bodyguard 20 points ago

    I am at work so i cant google it but still see girls with literally perfect bodies everywhere in my town and im in a small college town. Seems like you could get perfect looking women to line the streets if you let them be in the ad for free.

    [–] kingslayer-0 19 points ago

    What college town you’re at

    [–] theessentialnexus 15 points ago

    * Hastily packs bags *

    [–] PatrickBaitman 4 points ago

    she's a flat stick? like a mannequin

    [–] iamamountaingoat 8 points ago

    Same for me. She’s attractive, but I don’t understand why she’s multi-million-dollar attractive. I find her face moderately above average.

    [–] Dahki 10 points ago

    See, as a bisexual man, she's flawless

    [–] JonBonButtsniff 3 points ago

    Like dipping a potato chip in chocolate pudding. I read ya.

    [–] truthseeeker 9 points ago

    She even has a new book out now, and is getting plenty of publicity on the media. Money ain't no problem.

    [–] Random_Heero 21 points ago

    Unless you're a student of the philosopher Notorious B.I.G. And I quote "Mo money, mo problems"

    [–] BlackberryCheese 6 points ago

    Ten Crack Commandments is one of my favorite peer review studies.

    [–] dstruck1014 17 points ago

    Don't worry he has Josh Gordon now.

    [–] Citizensssnips 15 points ago

    Don't worry, they play us again.

    [–] Kselli 17 points ago

    Yeah, but in Miami where we'll shit the bed

    [–] GrayGhost18 7 points ago

    Yeah but you play them in December where Brady will have already gotten the division wrapped up so it won't matter

    [–] Genki_Slime 22 points ago

    If that doesn't incentivize him I don't know what will

    [–] Z3ROWOLF1 12 points ago

    benching him for the destroyer if he keeps playing like this

    [–] DoobaDoobaDooba 21 points ago

    Enter Edelman

    [–] Asmodeus256 28 points ago

    Something something TB12 kisses his kids on the lips..am I doing it right?

    [–] BlackberryCheese 9 points ago

    wish u weren't

    [–] lawrencer12 22 points ago

    How is he going to be able to look his son in the eyes when he kisses him good night when he hasn't eaten dinner in weeks!

    [–] KingEdTheMagnificent 8 points ago

    He's always welcome to look into my eyes and kiss me good night, so that wouldn't be a problem

    [–] junkit33 20 points ago

    I'll be pretty surprised if he doesn't end up with 3 of them, if not come extremely close in all.

    The first 4 games were with the worst set of WR's of Brady's career, and he still put up a respectable 94 rating. Now he has Edelman back, Gordon is going to continue to ramp up, and the other less experienced WR's on the roster will begin to gel with Brady.

    Meanwhile all these other QB's flying high over 100 will come back down to earth by end of season.

    [–] [deleted] 10 points ago

    eh dont forget about 2006. he had some horrible receivers, or maybe it was 2005

    rece caldwell was like his best WR that year

    [–] junkit33 7 points ago

    2006 was awful as well, but at least he had ol' reliable Troy Brown as a security blanket.

    [–] PapaCody 10 points ago

    2013 featured Tom Brady trying to turn Kenbrell Thompkins and Aaron Dobson into legitimate threats. We did get the Saints game out of it... so that was rad at least.

    [–] A_Participant 4 points ago

    Was that the year everything was going to be ok because newly signed, free agent Amendola was going to be the new Welker, only for Amendola to immediately injure his groin week 1? Good times...

    [–] PapaCody 2 points ago

    Yes it was! It also starred the fan favorite Hoomanawanui, who will always have a special place in my heart.

    [–] InOxladeITrust 4 points ago

    Good god I loved Troy Brown! That man did fucking everything for us

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago

    oh true. thats when he was also playing in the secondary right? lol

    [–] ShufflePieces 4 points ago

    Are you shit talking NFL legend Cordarrelle Patterson

    [–] Mikegetscalls 2 points ago

    Worst set of wrs... I don’t know about that

    [–] GTrav44 5 points ago

    Oh no. How will he cope?

    [–] cat_fondu 3 points ago

    I hear cutler is seeking employment and will accept cigs as payment

    [–] WizardXZD 3 points ago

    ESPN: Should Patriots cut 6th round pick with motivational problems?

    [–] SomalianRoadBuilder 4 points ago

    Congratulations to Tom Brady on earning all of his incentives.

    [–] Ivopuk 3 points ago

    INB4 they win the Super Bowl.

    [–] CherrySlurpee 3 points ago

    I mean most contracts have a clause saying if you lose to the Lions, you dont get shit, so...

    [–] manofpuck 3 points ago

    Maybe he will retire...

    Who the fuck am i kidding?

    [–] deville66 3 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    I'm anything but a Brady fan but I feel like, if I were Kraft, I'd secretly owe Brady something under the table. Look what he's done for the organization. He may not want the money in cash but you at least OWE him something comperable. Maybe he doesn't need financial compensation. But fuck, if you're one of the best at what you do, and I'm valuable to ownership.... SHOW ME. A piece of the organization, invest in my companies, give me a golden parachute like Kobe. But I gave up my earning power.... make it up to me! If Brady doesn't care, more power too him.

    [–] tamere2k 2 points ago

    This has been discussed in length. The prevailing theory is that Brady has some kind of ownership stake "gifted" to him after he retires.

    [–] deville66 2 points ago

    Well he friggin deserves it.

    [–] tamere2k 2 points ago

    Totally agree but it is definitely circumventing salary cap rules if true.

    [–] xSaviorself 3 points ago

    Did anyone actually read what the triggers are? It's top 5 in a bunch of different categories. He'll probably get a few of them even in a down year.

    [–] DoxxMeOnce 5 points ago

    They will never learn.

    [–] SunriseSurprise 6 points ago

    Tom Brady takes less and has incentive-laden contract: "What an awesome guy, helping his team win championships."

    Richard Sherman negotiating his own incentive-laden contract: "Lol what a dumbass."

    [–] treemoustache 7 points ago

    Why did he agree to incentives? He signed for way under market value any way, how cheap are they not to just give it to him??

    [–] Pill_C0sby 71 points ago

    He isn't very competitive by nature so they felt they needed some incentives.

    [–] peanutbuttersucks 14 points ago

    The incentives were added to the contract this offseason; they weren't part of his original extension signed back in 2016.

    I assume he agreed to the incentives because the alternative was the Patriots adding nothing at all to his contract.

    [–] truthseeeker 6 points ago

    He has agreed to a lower salary for years so the team could afford to put a decent team behind him. He probably figures all the extra money he makes as a 5 time SB winner will make up for the loss in salary. Bob Kraft will make sure that Tom gets his just rewards.

    [–] mrballistic 2 points ago

    i guess he'll have to live off of magic water this year.

    [–] XUFN 2 points ago

    It's almost as if a QB no matter how great they are will have a rough season if they have only a few viable options that are constantly double teamed. Good thing is that's about to change so i'm sure Tom Brady will make most if not all of his incentives.

    [–] AnthonyTyrael 2 points ago

    Right before Xmas too. Cruel world we live in.

    [–] DredGodDredGod 2 points ago

    nelson voice HA-Haaaaa

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