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Tom Brady just celebrated after running for a 1st down

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You mean the machine built by the coach who had losing records in his first 3 years with Cleveland and didn't go 11-5 until year 4.

I have seen your posts in this and other threads regarding not judging Rivera too quickly and citing Bill B. as an example.

My question is, do you think every coach should get 4 years? 5 years? Should Morris still be in Tampa? I'd just like to know what set of circumstances would you need to see to pull the plug on a head coach.

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Brady is a classy HOF QB who rarely celebrates. He is allowed the occasional joy.

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Brady is a classy HOF QB who rarely celebrates. He is allowed the occasional joy.

Eh. Classy?

Also probably celebrates every running first down or running TD he gets. Just doesn't get near as many as Cam.

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For those that didn't see it:

Brady's team was dominating the #1 seed (28-7) in the AFC on national TV and his "celebration" was an emphatic first down signal after a 5+ yard key 3rd down scramble. His celebration was not pre-meditated (such as the rodger's discount double check, Cam's superman, or Foster's bow).

And before you cam protectors come running with your pitchforks, this isn't a slight against Cam, it is simply shedding some light onto what Brady's celebration actually was.

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For those that didn't see it:

Brady's team was dominating the #1 seed (28-7) in the AFC on national TV and his "celebration" was an emphatic first down signal after a 5+ yard key 3rd down scramble. His celebration was not pre-meditated (such as the rodger's discount double check, Cam's superman, or Foster's bow).

And before you cam protectors come running with your pitchforks, this isn't a slight against Cam, it is simply shedding some light onto what Brady's celebration actually was.

Too late. I can hear the huddle hivemind swarming.

Prepare your anus.

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It's not the celebrating that bothers them. It's more who is doing it.

These folks projecting their constant scorn and attact every move Cam makes is telling. The guy on NFLN wanted Cam benched and fined for his rushing td flip. Claiming he could have hurt himself but he was all happy with Aaron jumping into the packers fans arms even thou his behind was struggling and could have easily pulled a muscle after his TD.

Also, r u saying one shouldn't celebrate a td at all just in case their teamd loses? How silly does that sound. U folks r klling this sport.

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For those that didn't see it:

Brady's team was dominating the #1 seed (28-7) in the AFC on national TV and his "celebration" was an emphatic first down signal after a 5+ yard key 3rd down scramble.

Oh so kicking their ass wasn't enough for "All Class" Brady. He had to show poor sportsmanship as well by rubbing it in. :cool:

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Brady has never hand class. He does have a heck of a PR manager.

That being said, let the kids celebrate, it us only a game.

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but tom shady got 5 super bowls ohh i mean only (3*) thats why i callem tom shady. lol

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I have seen your posts in this and other threads regarding not judging Rivera too quickly and citing Bill B. as an example.

My question is, do you think every coach should get 4 years? 5 years? Should Morris still be in Tampa? I'd just like to know what set of circumstances would you need to see to pull the plug on a head coach.

I think it depends.I will give Rivera some benefit of the doubt given some of the talent he inherited but the fact is our offense regressed and his game management was piss poor.I wonder if that was the case with Bill B?

I guess the real question is can he improve.....how do his players feel about him? can he motivate players to keep the pedal on the floor all season? My guess is not but its only a guess.

Should coaches get 4 years?? absolutely not unless he and the GM are on the same page as to the circumstances that would dictate it.

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