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Old 09-25-2019, 03:45 PM
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What can we say when neither the "he" nor the "She" are believable? Look at Antonio Brown: he abused her on numerous occasions years apart. But she kept going back to be abused. Makes no sense.
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This entire Brown case is bizarre. As Jess asked, no criminal complaint. As you point out, multiple "abuses"... and he doesn't seem to fall into that "powerful actor" category either.

I'm glad for the Pats that they cut ties.
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Those three first games the Pats won were against the girl scouts. Sunday with the Bills, they will be playing against a team that, like the Pats, are also undefeated. It might a lot tougher.
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Maybe. Two of Buffalo’s wins were against the other NY teams
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I'm ascared for Sunday's game. I may need a few more Scotches to get thru it.
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I'm ascared for Sunday's game. I may need a few more Scotches to get thru it.

NE is the favorite by 7 points so far.
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NE is the favorite by 7 points so far.
That is not a very strong favorability; one miserly touchdown. Tells me it could go either way. If Brady stubs his toe we gonna be screwed; or if one of our receivers drops a catch we gonna be up the crick. Remember that we Pats fans do not take losing very well because we lack experience in losing.
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NE won by 6 points, I guess a few people lost some $$
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The Pats won by a small margin and could easily have lost the game. The defense saved the Pats. It was the first nail-biter of the season. I thought Brady lacked focus. He was not himself. Hey, at least they won.
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The pats definitely could have lost that game.

You will find Brady losing focus a lot this season... he's almost a senior, after all
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There is something going on in Brady's personal life. He is being seen alone a lot and his home is for sale. With what I know about relationships, I say he is on some sort of funk. And it shows in his football.
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"Tom Brady and Gisele B?ndchen are selling their sprawling mansion near Boston for $39.5 million — and are house-hunting in the exclusive suburbs near New York City.

The power couple have put their nearly 10,000-square-foot mansion in Brookline, Mass., on the market with Sotheby’s, and are quietly looking for another estate in Connecticut, a source exclusively tells Page Six.

While quarterback Brady, 42, just signed another two-year, $41 million contract extension with the New England Patriots, the source said the couple was moving closer to NYC to start focusing on his post-NFL career, and to place their two kids in Connecticut or New York City schools."

Looks like he might have his focus elsewhere (good news for the league)
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"Tom Brady and Gisele B?ndchen are selling their sprawling mansion near Boston for $39.5 million ? and are house-hunting in the exclusive suburbs near New York City.

The power couple have put their nearly 10,000-square-foot mansion in Brookline, Mass., on the market with Sotheby?s, and are quietly looking for another estate in Connecticut, a source exclusively tells Page Six.

While quarterback Brady, 42, just signed another two-year, $41 million contract extension with the New England Patriots, the source said the couple was moving closer to NYC to start focusing on his post-NFL career, and to place their two kids in Connecticut or New York City schools."

Looks like he might have his focus elsewhere (good news for the league)
I'll keep an eye out for the open house.
As for the Pats/Bills, the Bills are "improved" a bit this year. Not a Bill fan but, I like where they're going.
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I'll keep an eye out for the open house.
As for the Pats/Bills, the Bills are "improved" a bit this year. Not a Bill fan but, I like where they're going.
my son in law is a huge Bills fan, so is already thinking superbowl in his head ROTFLOL
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Everyone can't be a Patriots fan. Strangely, and inconsistent, we see a lot of Pats fans at away games. You can see it in the garb as they all wear Pats jerseys.
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