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    Should Brady Retire ?

    When you can leave this game with most of your marbles intact, Trophys, and a Sack full of Jack, it's time to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueBlitzer View Post
    When you can leave this game with most of your marbles intact, Trophys, and a Sack full of Jack, it's time to go.
    He is still playing at a high level and is healthy. No way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TroyArcher View Post
    He is still playing at a high level and is healthy. No way.
    Lets not forget SB QBs have a big target on their backs to begin with. Why not go out on top ? Does anyone think that he'll be able to leave the game this way again ? Strahan did it and never looked back.

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    Same probably could of been said for Coughlin after his SB 46 win. He could of walked away looked upon as one of the greatest to ever coach. Staying has somewhat slightly tarnished his legacy having some of his worst seasons as a coach since.

    Also if Brady were to go Bill should walk away as well
    Football has been very, very good to us.
    Even though 2013 & 2014 was a losing season's, we can console ourselves with this fact-

    # of Super Bowl victories since 1985:

    1-Chicago, St. Louis, Tampa Bay, Indianapolis, New Orleans, Seattle
    2-Washington, Green Bay, Denver, Pittsburgh, Baltimore
    3-San Francisco, Dallas
    4-New York Giants!!! & NE
    Let's make it 5 in 2015 so we can be on a LINE all by ourselves again!!!

    ***Stat provided by "Schloss22"***

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    I hope so, I'm sick of him and the Patriots.

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    It's always ideal for a player to retire on top of their game the way Strahan did. But Brady seems like the type that won't retire until his skills significantly diminish and the Pats are ready to move on from him.
    One of these teams is not like the others


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    No way. That team should be capable of competing next season.

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    No he has no reason to retire now. They could certainly be back again next year. The AFC was rather weak this year really. Denver played mediocre down the stretch and are in a bad cap/free agency situation. Outside of colts and ravens coming back to give them a run there is no reason to really think that they couldnt certainly be up for a repeat next year. The core of their team is already in place. They have minimal significant free agents. They do not have a lot of cap room but have plenty of players who are able to restructure/cut. If number 5 is on the horizon you don't quit. if he gets that than you forget the who is the best qb debates. Obviously some other teams will step up and compete as always but there are a lot of teams that are not in great shape heading into next year that they will compete with.

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    No. He can easily play 2 more years at a very high competent level, imo.
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