Is it possible for Tom Brady to lead the Tampa Bay Buccaneers into the Super Bowl?
No, it’s not, not in an honest game.
In one year, it’s not possible for a new quarterback, let alone a 40 year old man, to come in and in one year take them to the Super Bowl.
I don’t care how talented Tom Brady is.
Getting to the Super Bowl would require all the right players playing all the right schemes – together.
The players would have to get to know Brady and Brady would have to get to know the players.
Furthermore, Brady would have to acclimate himself to a new stadium which contains new sites, new sounds, new smells.
One of the reasons why newly traded players have so much difficulty in performing during their first year with their new team is because they must acclimate to the new environment.
This new environment throws off the brain. It produces background noise much as a pebble thrown into a pool will cause ripples.
Imagine your brain as the film in a portrait camera. The cleaner the film is, the better the picture you’ll take.
If I put ripples in the film, what kind of picture will I get it. It will appear distorted.
It’s the same principle with a player when he goes to a new city.
It’s not just the sports venue that is different.
It’s all the new people he has to meet. It’s the new house he has to buy. It’s the new way that he goes to work. It’s the new supermarket he has to shop at. It’s the million and one new hassles he has to deal with. He’s in a new city. His wife and kids may be in another city. His whole former life is in another city
All of these experiences produce ripples in the peace and tranquility of his brain.
And this will affect his performance.
It will take time for these ripples to settle down and smooth out.
This acclamation doesn’t take place in a day or week or a month.
It often takes an entire year.
You can see this in almost every sport.
It’s very much akin to your first day at school when you were a little kid.
Do you remember that experience? You came home and had an incredible headache.
Well, apparently this doesn’t apply to Tom Brady.
That it doesn’t apply to Tom Brady should make us think that something is amiss.
Am I saying that Tom Brady is rigging the game or that he is dishonest?
Not at all.
There are 1,000,001 ways to fix the game.
And let’s face it, there’s just too much money in professional football to be made for the game to be honest anymore.
When you consider the number of people in the world who will bet on professional football in these playoffs, the amount of money runs into the billions.
Are we really to believe that corruption exists everywhere in the world but not in the NFL?
Only a Pollyanna would believe such.
Throughout the 1940s and 50s the mob in New York City controlled boxing. They rigged every single match.
It’s the same with the NFL.
Not only can the game be fixed by outsiders, it can be fixed by NFL insiders as well if they feel that certain teams will get them bigger ratings and more advertising money.
That a 40-year-old man can come into a team in one year and go to the Super Bowl defies belief.
It’s not possible.
The game is rigged.
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