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If we don't comeback and win, Brady has to be gone tomorrow


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All of it really won't matter anyway because this staff is clearly all on their way out if we lose this game.  I dont see Tepper firing the whole staff before the season is over, but Brady is clearly the weakest link and has cost us way too many games at this point.  If he can't generate enough offense to come back and win the game, he needs to be the first sacrificial lamb tomorrow.

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1 minute ago, hepcat said:

His playcalling sucks but they also need to put DJ on the bench. Play Shi Smith in his spot and see if he wants to play in the NFL because DJ sure doesn’t look like he wants to anymore 

Half this team has mailed it in after we got sold a bill of good about how great of a motivator Rhule is. This franchise is in trouble. 

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While Darnold shat the bed, he was Brady's scapegoat for a several games.  First it was injuries, then OL issues and then Darold going full meltdown mode.  At some damn point finger has to be pointed at Brady.  The offense is largely healthy, Cam is back and the OL has been playing better (by their standards) as of late.  Again, the excuses for Brady are running out, FAST.

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