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32 teams would've loved to sign Joe Brady

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Yet Joe Brady chooses this re-building franchise with uncertainty surrounding the QB position.

Evidently, there is certainty surrounding the QB position or Joe Brady wouldn't have elected to sign here.

 

 

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32 teams were not looking to hire an OC. Perhaps his decision had more to do with this being his perceived best situation of the available opening than a single factor that suits your preferred narrative.

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Just now, 1of10Charnatives said:

32 teams were not looking to hire an OC. Perhaps his decision had more to do with this being his perceived best situation of the available opening than a single factor that suits your preferred narrative.

No. We have certainty at the QB position. Or Brady would have went to a place with more certainty.

You don't have uncertainty, yet land arguably the hottest coaching prospect available.

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2 minutes ago, 1of10Charnatives said:

32 teams were not looking to hire an OC.

Of the ones that did, I'm pretty sure we're the only team that asked to interview him.

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Just now, Mr. Scot said:

Of the ones that did, I'm pretty sure we're the only team that asked to interview him.

But 32 teams! We have certainty at the Qb position! Cause someone on a msg board said so!

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1 minute ago, 1of10Charnatives said:

But 32 teams! We have certainty at the Qb position! Cause someone on a msg board said so!

Granted, but I feel fairly certain that the Chiefs, among others, are fairly happy with their current offensive coordinator.

Mind you, I have seen some people asking why we and others didn't hire Eric Bieniemy as our head coach. Given how things played out, that's probably a valid question.

(I just hope it isn't still a valid question a few years from now)

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3 minutes ago, (ATL'ien)CamNewton said:

No. We have certainty at the QB position. Or Brady would have went to a place with more certainty.

You don't have uncertainty, yet land arguably the hottest coaching prospect available.

You know, I might be more inclined to agree with you if you didn’t take a single context clue and loudly declare it proves with absolute certainty something that might be true, or might not, but that we both know you couldn’t possibly know for sure, but enjoy pretending you do.

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Hiring Joe Brady calls bullshit on any five-year plan talk.

Joe Brady signed here to win now and look good so he can be Cinci's Head Coach in a couple years with Burrow.

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