Originally posted on FatManWriting  |  Last updated 7/24/13
Tom Brady recently stated that he wants to play a longtime (as long as he remains injury free of course). He might even put old man Favre to shame if the injury big stays away long enough. As nice as it must be to New England fans to think you have your leader for another four or five years, I can't help but wonder why. Why keep going? What does he have to prove? From Twitter account @XPATSXJOSHX The obvious answer may be why stop playing if you still can, but he's done it all so its not like there is anything new for him to accomplish. With a hot wife at home and some adorable kids you would think that maybe--just maybe--he would want to stop while he can still do everything with them and not feel pain from some old football injury. Plus the man is good on camera. Someone will try to get him in front of a camera talking football as soon as he retires. While it isn't the same as playing, it is a lot safer and you can do it a lot longer--and the only thing you have to w...
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