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    Mario GÖDze Bynumite's Avatar
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    These odds are looking pretty tempting tbh. Considering how stacked the Bucs are on both sides of the ball, Brady with a full season under his belt, where he ironed out the wrinkles in the system and coming off his best season in years. Seems like really good value.

    Main reason the odds are this high is due to Brady's advanced age imo. There's no reason to believe he's gonna drop off a cliff after such a great season though, with no visible physical decline.

    Your thoughts?

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    Saints decline

    49ers retake West with no MVP candidate taking Wilson out of the picture

    Betters probably buying big into Rodgers and angry Mahomes

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    Eh, Brady does it so well so often that he'll be overlooked. Kinda like how even though Lebron put up ridiculous numbers from 2006-2018 and he only one MVP four times. My money is on Mahomes or some dark horse candidate like Watson if he's traded to a decent/good team or Dak because of 'muh comeback !!!!'

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    Mario GÖDze Bynumite's Avatar
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    Eh, Brady does it so well so often that he'll be overlooked. Kinda like how even though Lebron put up ridiculous numbers from 2006-2018 and he only one MVP four times. My money is on Mahomes or some dark horse candidate like Watson if he's traded to a decent/good team or Dak because of 'muh comeback !!!!'
    You can easily say the same thing about Rodgers and it didn't stop him from winning MVP this season tbh.

    Plus, a 44 year old winning regular season MVP would be a pretty compelling story to the media imo. If you're going with the narrative side of the award.

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    You can easily say the same thing about Rodgers and it didn't stop him from winning MVP this season tbh.

    Plus, a 44 year old winning regular season MVP would be a pretty compelling story to the media imo. If you're going with the narrative side of the award.

    Rodgers led a mediocre-roster to the best record in the NFC tbh. Brady has a stacked team; wouldn't be the same.

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    rodgers definitely deserved it

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    lamar jackson also being +1600 seems like a good bet, considering he is basically their entire offense.

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    lamar jackson also being +1600 seems like a good bet, considering he is basically their entire offense.
    Jackson is the better bet of the 2 imo. I can’t see Brady putting up much better stats than last year tbh

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    He is back, we are back

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    At 44 years old, it's only a matter of time before he gets tackled the wrong way that (finally) ends his career.

    Nothing against him, it's just the nature of being an NFL player in his mid-40s. Something's got to give.

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    At 44 years old, it's only a matter of time before he gets tackled the wrong way that (finally) ends his career.

    Nothing against him, it's just the nature of being an NFL player i̶n̶ ̶h̶i̶s̶ ̶m̶i̶d̶-̶4̶0̶s̶. Something's got to give.
    Tbh

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    At 44 years old, it's only a matter of time before he gets tackled the wrong way that (finally) ends his career.

    Nothing against him, it's just the nature of being an NFL player in his mid-40s. Something's got to give.
    its been "only a matter of time" for nearly a decade now. and he's coming off a 40 TD season with a superbowl mvp

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    its been "only a matter of time" for nearly a decade now. and he's coming off a 40 TD season with a superbowl mvp
    That's true. But with every passing year, it becomes increasingly more likely to happen. And at this age, it's probably an exponential increase in the probability of injury occurring.

    If he retired today, he would have the perfect ending to his career.

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    Steroids keeping TomTom and BronBron Kings of their sports, tbh.

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    Steroids keeping TomTom and BronBron Kings of their sports, tbh.
    I don't think Brady would benefit much from steroids

    Maybe he does HGH like Manning did tho

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    I don't think Brady would benefit much from steroids

    Maybe he does HGH like Manning did tho
    He's on some kinda PED.

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    Believe. i'm_still_beta's Avatar
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    I don't think Brady would benefit much from steroids

    Maybe he does HGH like Manning did tho
    Of course he would, like everybody else

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    Of course he would, like everybody else
    Hgh? A good chance he does, tbh. Steroids just wouldn't benefit him much

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    Hgh? A good chance he does, tbh. Steroids just wouldn't benefit him much
    Yes. And some other drugs. Can help recovery, allows to train more. Some drugs can even help with concentration

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    Executive Mitch's Avatar
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    Yes. And some other drugs. Can help recovery, allows to train more. Some drugs can even help with concentration
    I think it's just HGH, tbh.

    Should be legal for any sport under physician supervision, might as well give athletes the recovery advantage.

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    At 44 years old, it's only a matter of time before he gets tackled the wrong way that (finally) ends his career.

    Nothing against him, it's just the nature of being an NFL player in his mid-40s. Something's got to give.
    Pretty much how it went for Favre after injuries decimated his OL. Also, he was that close to the edge after Bounty Gate.

    As always, the New Orleans Saints.

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