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The Marty Lounge>Brady received 27 PI calls in 2020
BlackOp 04:15 PM 02-11-2021
Buccaneers were the beneficiary of 27 PI calls this 2020 season, Kansas City received 4.

No other team had more than 19 (Miami/Pittsburgh) and 28 teams had less than 15.

Buccaneers were the beneficiary of 12 PI last year with Winston throwing for over 5000 yards...

Brady's Bucs received 15 more PI calls than the same team did last season...and set an NFL record.

Brady had 12 more PI calls than 28 other teams....16 more than 21 teams. He was essentially getting twice the PI calls of nearly every other franchise...and 7 times the amount as Mahomes.

25 teams had 11 or less...

Numbers dont lie...only the media about Brady's "greatness"

Chiefs were called for 2 PIs in one quarter of the SB...they only had their opponents flagged 4 times all year.
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OKchiefs 11:50 AM 02-12-2021
Originally Posted by stevegroganfan:
Racial slurs in Boston amongst fans have been very rare for the last 30 years. Not saying they don't happen on rare ocassions but the Patriots under Bob Kraft instituted a family friendly environment soon after he took over. If you are an obnoxious drunk behaving poorly, good chance you lose season tickets.

Your comments come from a fan base not always known for its civil behavior.
I remember a Chiefs fan pointing a laser pointer against Tom Brady in 2018 AFC Championship game.

https://sports.yahoo.com/kansas-city...215217562.html
The only unfortunate part of that incident was that the laser wasn't attached to something with a little kick.
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Bearcat 11:54 AM 02-12-2021
"From a fanbase" :-):-)

There's a little bit of laser pointer guy in all of us now.
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OrtonsPiercedTaint 12:00 PM 02-12-2021
Brady should retire so the Bucs can pursue Watson. He won't
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AdolfOliverBush 01:01 PM 02-12-2021
If we're going to buy into the notion that the NFL is rigged, then we should be skeptical of the Chiefs as well. They just so happened to have their worst game in over 3 years, in the Super Bowl, while playing against a team they thrashed earlier in the year?

If the fix was in, the Chiefs were in on it.
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comochiefsfan 01:11 PM 02-12-2021
Originally Posted by AdolfOliverBush:
If we're going to buy into the notion that the NFL is rigged, then we should be skeptical of the Chiefs as well. They just so happened to have their worst game in over 3 years, in the Super Bowl, while playing against a team they thrashed earlier in the year?

If the fix was in, the Chiefs were in on it.
There have been thousands of NFL players over the history of the league. A good portion of them have gone broke after their playing career.

If the players were in on the fix, someone would've come out by now in order to make a buck.
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comochiefsfan 01:21 PM 02-12-2021
My question is, why on Earth would the NFL not want Mahomes to win that game? It just seems like common business sense.

Mahomes is the better player, he's the more spectacular player, he's much better theater. Brady is on his way out, he's old, won't be around more than a couple more years.

It's a no brainer for him to have him pass the torch to Mahomes in that Super Bowl. It gives the NFL another face as big as Brady for the next 15 years. The thrill of the "GOAT chase" would have made for enthralling storylines year after year.

Instead, the referees ensured that Mahomes never had a chance. They ended the GOAT debate before it even had a chance to begin. They erased potential storylines that would have carried the league for the forseeable future.

It just doesn't make any sense. We KNOW the game was unfairly officiated. The statistics are impossible to ignore. The question is "Why Brady?" when common business sense says you want Mahomes to win that game. The NFL had a big opportunity on Sunday Night and they made a very perplexing choice.
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Mahomes_Is_God 01:27 PM 02-12-2021
LOL. Brady is a total fraud.
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Pants 01:29 PM 02-12-2021
Originally Posted by comochiefsfan:
My question is, why on Earth would the NFL not want Mahomes to win that game? It just seems like common business sense.

Mahomes is the better player, he's the more spectacular player, he's much better theater. Brady is on his way out, he's old, won't be around more than a couple more years.

It's a no brainer for him to have him pass the torch to Mahomes in that Super Bowl. It gives the NFL another face as big as Brady for the next 15 years. The thrill of the "GOAT chase" would have made for enthralling storylines year after year.

Instead, the referees ensured that Mahomes never had a chance. They ended the GOAT debate before it even had a chance to begin. They erased potential storylines that would have carried the league for the forseeable future.

It just doesn't make any sense. We KNOW the game was unfairly officiated. The statistics are impossible to ignore. The question is "Why Brady?" when common business sense says you want Mahomes to win that game. The NFL had a big opportunity on Sunday Night and they made a very perplexing choice.
Because it's probably not some mandate from league to "make" Tom Brady the winner. Like some folks already mentioned, it's a combination of factors like favoritism, constant grooming of the officials by Tom (complaining, pointing out things to look for, etc), and respect he's earned over the years.

He's the NFL's golden boy, the biggest star, and gets treated like one.
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jjjayb 02:07 PM 02-12-2021
So what ever happened with the Pats being caught cheating again last year and filming the opponents sideline? Last I heard the NFL "was investigating".
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htismaqe 02:40 PM 02-12-2021
Originally Posted by Pants:
Because it's probably not some mandate from league to "make" Tom Brady the winner. Like some folks already mentioned, it's a combination of factors like favoritism, constant grooming of the officials by Tom (complaining, pointing out things to look for, etc), and respect he's earned over the years.

He's the NFL's golden boy, the biggest star, and gets treated like one.
Yup.
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rabblerouser 02:54 PM 02-12-2021
Originally Posted by Pants:
Because it's probably not some mandate from league to "make" Tom Brady the winner. Like some folks already mentioned, it's a combination of factors like favoritism, constant grooming of the officials by Tom (complaining, pointing out things to look for, etc), and respect he's earned over the years.

He's the NFL's golden boy, the biggest star, and gets treated like one.
Nah. It's predetermined.

https://953wdae.iheart.com/alternate...mpression=true
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crispystl 03:46 PM 02-12-2021
Originally Posted by comochiefsfan:
My question is, why on Earth would the NFL not want Mahomes to win that game? It just seems like common business sense.

Mahomes is the better player, he's the more spectacular player, he's much better theater. Brady is on his way out, he's old, won't be around more than a couple more years.

It's a no brainer for him to have him pass the torch to Mahomes in that Super Bowl. It gives the NFL another face as big as Brady for the next 15 years. The thrill of the "GOAT chase" would have made for enthralling storylines year after year.

Instead, the referees ensured that Mahomes never had a chance. They ended the GOAT debate before it even had a chance to begin. They erased potential storylines that would have carried the league for the forseeable future.

It just doesn't make any sense. We KNOW the game was unfairly officiated. The statistics are impossible to ignore. The question is "Why Brady?" when common business sense says you want Mahomes to win that game. The NFL had a big opportunity on Sunday Night and they made a very perplexing choice.
I was thinking about this earlier today...is it possible they're just setting brady up so he can be knocked down by Mahomes? Are they rigging games for Brady now and once he retires they'll rig them for Mahomes so they get the ULTIMATE story line and completely squeeze the juice out of both lemons (Mahomes and Brady)?
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PunkinDrublic 06:15 PM 02-12-2021
Originally Posted by stevegroganfan:
Racial slurs in Boston amongst fans have been very rare for the last 30 years. Not saying they don't happen on rare ocassions but the Patriots under Bob Kraft instituted a family friendly environment soon after he took over. If you are an obnoxious drunk behaving poorly, good chance you lose season tickets.

Your comments come from a fan base not always known for its civil behavior.
I remember a Chiefs fan pointing a laser pointer against Tom Brady in 2018 AFC Championship game.

https://sports.yahoo.com/kansas-city...215217562.html

Tori Hunter had a no trade clause to the Red Sox because he was called a nigger so many times by Boston fans. Every black fan Iíve ever met from Boston roots for another cities teams because they want nothing to do with Boston fans.
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penguinz 06:18 PM 02-12-2021
Originally Posted by rabblerouser:
Nah. It's predetermined.

https://953wdae.iheart.com/alternate...mpression=true
Don't believe that moron. he was bitter he is only talked to before the superbowl. He even said so.
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stevegroganfan 09:02 PM 02-12-2021
Originally Posted by jjjayb:
So what ever happened with the Pats being caught cheating again last year and filming the opponents sideline? Last I heard the NFL "was investigating".
Stripped of a 3rd round draft pick and fined 1.1 million.

It wasn't intentional and I believe the league acknowledged that. I mean if you are going to film a team to cheat, why choose a team like Cincinnati that was like the worst in the league that season.
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