F minus job by ESPN here. Leave the trolling to us, you guys try your darndest to focus on actual sports stuff. Tom Brady, quarterback of the first place team in the AFC East, to the Texans, an under .500 team, for their first round pick and aging wide receiver? How does that make any sense? The Patriots could use a receiver, but you don’t give up the guy who would throw him the ball to get one. That’s taking one step forward and two steps back. The Texans need a quarterback, but you don’t trade the guy who would be catching his passes in order to get him. And does anyone really think that the Texans are a Tom Brady away from being Super Bowl contenders? Even with TB12, that team doesn’t catch the Colts in the AFC South. So, no, ESPN. Tom Brady is not going to the Texans. He’s staying in New England and winning the Super Bowl after the Pats trade for Vincent Jackson, read a book.
Editors Note – Even though this article was clearly garbage I loved this line. “The biggest factor in this trade is the Patriots’ institutional arrogance” People always bring this crap up whenever the Patriots make a move. We traded Logan Mankins because of institutional arrogance. Because Belichick is arrogant. I don’t even know what that means? I think it means trying to win? Like did the Pats trade Mankins because of arrogance or because he was getting old and he sucks in Tampa Bay and wasn’t worth the money anymore and moves like that is exactly why we have been one of the top 3 teams in the NFL every single year for the past 15 years. If that’s institutional arrogance sign me up.