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Hope Tom Brady is a better broadcaster than some other goats

Run away with a typewriter …

After all Tampa Bay Buccaneers Quarterback Tom Brady Not only is he an NFL goat, he is also an NFL cow, a cash cow.

As reported by New York post Earlier this week, Brady joined Fox Sports as its lead NFL analyst at the end of his playing career, signing the most lucrative 10-year $ 375 million deal in sports broadcast history. To do.

$ 375 million?

are you kidding me

Texas A & M can sign three recruitment classes for $ 375 million !!!

OK, maybe only two recruitment classes, but you understand the idea.

Surprisingly, if Brady retires after this season, he will earn about $ 315 million in 23 years as an NFL quarterback. So his 10-year Fox deal (if the New York Post numbers are correct) would pay him an additional $ 60 million. More than he made throughout his NFL playing career.

However, Fox executives have one question.

It’s great to offer Brady a 10-year contract and pay him all this money, but uh, what if he’s not good as a TV analyst?

What if he looks like some other goat?

Remember the former quarterback GOAT Joe Montana who lasted only 9 games at NBC before the two entities decided to unplug the experiment? Montana obviously knew the game, but his take was more boring than waiting for your iPhone to recharge.

And then there was the GOAT Emmitt Smith running back. He gave us confessions such as “The Patriots team’s strengths have collapsed!” Or: “They do a very good job of flying around and carousuting football.”

Personally, I think Brady is fine as a Fox analyst, but it’s not a guarantee, nor is it a $ 375 million guarantee.

Just because you’re a goat in the open doesn’t mean you can’t do that baaaad At the broadcast booth.

Short ones: Speaking of Brady and Tampa Bay Bacchus, this week’s stats are: When Bacchus plays in Munich on November 13, Brady will be the first quarterback to start in four different countries, requiring only 258 yards to break the NFL’s career path. A record of a yard thrown into a foreign land. This record is held by none other than-waiting for it-by former UCF and Oviedo high quarterback Blake Bortles. … According to the Sports Business Journal, the NCAA has lifted restrictions on new eligible categories of bowl game title sponsors, including “Sin Industries such as Sportsbooks, Beer, Spirits and Adult Entertainment”. David Whitley, a columnist at Gainesville Sun, wrote: Blazers. By the way, if you start to include the “sin industry”, you probably won’t have a “cable news bowl” or a “pandaling politician bowl”. I just wonder. …

Give him a fish and you feed him for a day. But when I teach a man fishing, he intends to drink a lot of beer a day. … Seattle Times Dwight Perry: “Phil Mickelson has accumulated $ 40 million in gambling losses between 2010 and 2014, according to author Alan Shipnack in his next biography of the PGA Star. You’re just wise. I know something screams, “Get out of the hole!” Next time he putts. At that time, the Cincinnati Reds, studded with stars, were known as the “Big Red Machine.” These days, the poor team (7-24) should be called “a little red wagon with a rusty bottom, a broken handle, and one wheel missing.” … Elon Musk wants to overturn Twitter’s ban on Donald Trump. In related news, Pete Rose is urging Mask to buy the Baseball Hall of Fame. … Heading TheOnion.com: “Reduced James Harden not flopping with the same agility.”

Former Jaguar kicker Josh Lambo has filed a proceeding against the team for emotional distress caused by former head coach Urban Meyer kicking him and verbally abusing him. I’m certainly not a fan of Meyer, but if a soccer player begins to sue a coach for verbal abuse, the pool of coaching talent will be emptyer than the bleachers of the USFL game. … When Mark Davis, owner of Raiders, from the San Diego Union-Tribune Nick Kanepa said his team would “open their arms” to welcome the QB Colin Kaepernick. Venus de Milo’s weapon. When it was announced earlier this week that Denver Nuggets tycoon Nikola Jokić had won the NBA’s Most Valuable Player Award for the second year in a row, many national Talking Heads began to break the choice, Joel of Philadelphia. He said that Embiid was robbed. Puh-leeze! Jokić was one of the bands that led the Nuggets to the playoffs with a historic season (2,000 points, 1,000 rebounds, and the first player to exceed 500 assists in the season). Don’t get me wrong. Embiid was a great player and MVP worthy person, but if he was the centerpiece of the Nuggets, he wouldn’t know if he would play off. …

Did you see where the two Dallas Mavericks fans were kicked out of the arena last week because of an “unwanted hug” on Chris Paul’s family? Unnecessary hug? Hey, was Paul’s family talking to my ex-girlfriend? … Kentucky Derby Winner 80-1 Long Shot Rich Strike Mississippi State Coach Mike Reach: “The Kentucky Derby winner is a good example of why college football playoffs need to be expanded. Did not win all the races so far, but there was a chance and it happened. ”Although he scored reach points, Rich Strike had only two wins in eight starts. is not. Does this mean that the USF needs to participate in the College Football Playoff?

The last word: Since Thursday is National Limerick Day, we bring you this old Scottish jewel.

“”While a man is playing golf on Fife

The funeral was Arife,

His head bowed in prayer,

In this gloomy incident

To give the last respect to his wife! “

Please email me at mbianchi@orlandosentinel.com.. Contact me on Twitter @BianchiWrites and listen to my Open Mike radio show on FM 96.9, AM 740, HD 101.1-2 every weekday from 6am to 9:30 am.

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Hope Tom Brady is a better broadcaster than some other goats

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