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Brees: If NFL fans were told there were "weapons of mass destruction" enough times, they'd believe it. But what happens when you don't find any?

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I used to have a lot of respect for Brees, but his actions during the lockout eroded that respect significantly. His actions during Bountygate have completely destroyed what little may have remained. I don't believe for an instant that he didn't know about it. Does he really think anyone is or was buying his bullshit rhetoric during in either scenario? Please...

This idiot is continuing to make himself look like a fool to support the organization that is playing hardball with him after he brought them out of perpetual mediocrity.

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I used to have a lot of respect for Brees, but his actions during the lockout eroded that respect significantly. His actions during Bountygate have completely destroyed what little may have remained. I don't believe for an instant that he didn't know about it. Does he really think anyone is or was buying his bullshit rhetoric during in either scenario? Please...

This idiot is continuing to make himself look like a fool to support the organization that is playing hardball with him after he brought them out of perpetual mediocrity.

The guy has gone from football darling to football douche. Enough already.

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I'm starting to think there is something fishy about all of this on the NFLs side..

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Please God let Cam never start using twitter.

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If NFL fans were told there were "weapons of mass destruction" enough times, they'd believe it. But what happens when you don't find any?

we would...re-elect goodell? i mean based on precedent here continuing to lie seems to work and you can't change horses in mid-stride bro, now watch this drive

that being said this analogy is stupid, the Saints* are cheating fugs, and drew brees needs to shut the fug up and focus on his shitty jimmy johns franchise

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Check out mike and mike on espn2 at 7am, shefty will be on talking about this live.

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So basically he's saying we're stupid... I think he has us confused with Saints* fans.

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