Will Brady’s image survive Deflategate?

by Gary Shelton on July 30, 2015 · 1 comment

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When you think of him, do you still think of the last Boy Scout?

When you think of him, do you still think of football's ultimate champion? Do you think of him as a proficient quarterback who can win with average receivers and mediocre running backs? Do you think of him as  a come-from-nowhere success story?

Or when you think of Tom Brady, do you think of a cheat?

Ultimately, it comes down to that. It is no longer about how much air is in a football, or

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Bill Myers July 31, 2015 at 10:52 am

I agree. To Goodell this is now a personal battle. Four games is too much and no games is out of the question. One game and a real healthy fine should have been the answer! But now this thing has developed a mind of it’s own and both men are determined to win.

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