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Hurley: Tom Brady's Interest In Winning Made Football's Analytical Crowd Lose Their Minds

There are 25 comments on the CBS Local story from Jun 11, 2014, titled Hurley: Tom Brady's Interest In Winning Made Football's Analytical Crowd Lose Their Minds. In it, CBS Local reports that:

Michael Hurley from CBS Boston Sports joined The Adam Jones Show to discuss the Boston sports scene, including the Patriots, Red Sox and Bruins.

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Stupidsans

Miami, FL

#22 Jun 23, 2014
You're real adept at cutting and pasting google-searched stats, but your cognitive abilities suck something hard and bitter.
Laughing Bear Fan

Denver, CO

#23 Jun 23, 2014
I thought Ryan Leaf was #1
I think I just ID'd Cypress
Janitor

Cypress, CA

#24 Jun 25, 2014
Max Idiot wrote:
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A WR of AJ's character wants a proven elite QB to complement his elite WR skills. You are arguing a lame point just for argument's sake. You lack character, and you smell bad too.
And after 10 years in the league Johnson just now decides he wants a franchise QB. Sharp guy. Maybe getting rid of his friend Schaub had a little something to do with it, and he has just had enough. Not likely to get a quality QB unless he sits out waiting for a trade or release.
His move will cost him in fines from the Texans and then he won't get his current $10M + from anyone else. And playing in Texas means no state tax. That is one big loss of pay to move on.
Texas Houstonians

Miami, FL

#25 Jun 26, 2014
Janitor wrote:
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And after 10 years in the league Johnson just now decides he wants a franchise QB. Sharp guy. Maybe getting rid of his friend Schaub had a little something to do with it, and he has just had enough. Not likely to get a quality QB unless he sits out waiting for a trade or release.
His move will cost him in fines from the Texans and then he won't get his current $10M + from anyone else. And playing in Texas means no state tax. That is one big loss of pay to move on.
Schaub had a solid career up until last season---not elite, but solid. Unproven WRs aren't in a position to demand a trade in the 1st couple years of their careers anyway. Johnson's too old and proven to want to plow through a rebuild. He's making waves and testing the market.
Flatulence Fred

Houston, TX

#26 Jul 31, 2014
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