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Cams Attitude

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Not to beat a dead horse but Cams "poor attitude" and how it affects the team has been "well"(not really) documented by the media. This frustration permeates our team and destroys the fabric of comradery. So what does ESPN say of Tom Brady's outburst on Thursday night.(while I agree with his reaction, I do not agree with the double standard)

From ESPN

"His reaction is understandable. He is 36 years old and he's running out of time to build on a Super Bowl résumé that at one time was so perfect, so pristine. He looks around the league and sees the weapons other elite quarterbacks have to highlight their talents, and it has to be irritating."

Link: http://m.espn.go.com/nfl/story?storyId=9667951

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Tom has 3 rings- he gets a pass.

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Cam wins rings, he can do whatever he wants

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Brady whines, cries, yells, talks poo, and yes...if he takes off running for a first down he even pulls out a big first down karate chop if be mood hits him....

But he wins. Therefore all that is cool. It is what it is.

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Cam wins rings, he can do whatever he wants

Not only does Cam not throw fits, but he handles himself better with much less organizational support as well as actually requiring to be tackled before the whistle is blown. If Brady is touched the refs blow a whistle. If not, he or Jim Harbaugh whines. Having rings has nothing to do with this. Geno could've showed his frustrations through all the drops but he didn't. Brady acts like a spoiled child and I hope he is caught crying when the strongest pinky belonging to a certain Tongan brings him down on a Monday night in November.

It really is mind blowing how Cams towel is interpreted versus Brady's temper tantrums. Think that affects the young receivers confidence? Yes.

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Bradys teams always did better when they knew what the other teams plays were. Can you imagine if Can only won when he cheated?

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Brady whines, cries, yells, talks poo, and yes...if he takes off running for a first down he even pulls out a big first down karate chop if be mood hits him....

But he wins. Therefore all that is cool. It is what it is.

I disagree with most everything you post for various reasons. What part of Brady's play won them the game tonight? ESPN won't talk about his less than 50% completion. No, they will refer to Cams 97.6 QB rating in which he completed 70% of his passes against the Seahawks, yet Cam has not matured in the game enough.

Brady generally wins games, yes. But without Belicheck calling the shots and drafting good defensively the Pats would be 0-2 right now.

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Not only does Cam not throw fits, but he handles himself better with much less organizational support as well as actually requiring to be tackled before the whistle is blown. If Brady is touched the refs blow a whistle. If not, he or Jim Harbaugh whines. Having rings has nothing to do with this. Geno could've showed his frustrations through all the drops but he didn't. Brady acts like a spoiled child and I hope he is caught crying when the strongest pinky belonging to a certain Tongan brings him down on a Monday night in November.

It really is mind blowing how Cams towel is interpreted versus Brady's temper tantrums. Think that affects the young receivers confidence? Yes.

Why does Harbaugh whine if Brady is touched and a flag isn't thrown?
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