If YOU say Tom Brady should just drop the case and move on, I have no use for you.
If YOU sigh and moan that Brady is going to take this ridiculous case (over air in a football!!) to the Supreme Court and waste all our tax dollars, I have no use for you.
If YOU espouse the theory that Brady’s suspension isn’t the worse thing in the world “because now we can see Jimmy G” I have no use for you.
Brady going to be 39 years old in August. No matter what shape he stays in, he doesn’t have many seasons left. We’re willing to just sacrifice a quarter of one?
That’s like saying I sure am glad Larry Bird missed almost all of the 1988-89 season so we could see what we had in Reggie Lewis!
If YOU say this – or any variation of this:
Tom Brady was ARROGANT, UPPITY, SELFISH and in the end he brought this on himself.
— Stephen A Smith (@stephenasmith) July 13, 2016
I have no use for you, although, to be fair, I never did to begin with, you Troy Vincent stooge.
If YOU report on the air that the court ruled yesterday that “NFL acted within the parameters of the CBA, and treated Tom Brady fairly” as ESPN did yesterday, I hope you lose another 10 million subscribers very soon.
If YOU are another NFL team and post this on your official Twitter page within minutes of the court’s decision:
— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) July 13, 2016
I’m hoping for multiple opening-day, season-ending injuries.
If YOU are a local columnist who lost his job because of plagiarism, were guilty, and you still used your union to fight to the bitter end, and you say “It’s tap out time, Tom.”
It’s far past time you tapped out.
I have no use for a lot of people, apparently.