Colin Cowherd’s bold statement about Tom Brady’s future

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You know what people say about opinions and the human anatomy right? Yeah, that statement seems more true the more I hear people like Colin Cowherd speak. Making a very bold statement, to say the least, Colin Cowherd is actually suggesting that Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers may be the last for Tom Brady in a New England Patriots’ uniform.


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Yeah, opinions really do stink. Colin Cowherd is entitled to say whatever he wants but this idea is farfetched and seems to try to provoke a reaction more than stay in reality.

What Cowherd is suggesting is that Mr. Brady may very well be playing for his job on Sunday when the Steelers visit the Patriots in Foxboro. Silly right? I mean, sure, Brady hasn’t had his A game in his last two playoff performances but it is hardly a big issue at this point in time.

Everybody, even the G.O.A.T., has some off weeks and to think that Bill Belichick is going to part ways with Brady after a couple of mediocre performances is just dumb. An overreaction to a couple of subpar games.

Hearing Colin Cowherd further cements why the New England Patriots choose to ignore the media and block out the noise, so to speak. It is ridiculous comments that have no grounding in reality designed to attract attention that players can do without. Like I said, Colin Cowherd can think or say whatever he believes, (ridiculous or not). The question I pose is whether he actually believes it or is just trying to stir up emotions in Patriots’ fans?

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