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Is Tom Brady Truly Retiring And What This Could Mean For Your Wallet?

SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA - DECEMBER 11: Tom Brady #12 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers looks on before the game against the San Francisco 49ers at Levi's Stadium on December 11, 2022 in Santa Clara, California. (Photo by Lachlan Cunningham/Getty Images)

 It happened last year and I know it is going to happen again, Tom Brady is not retiring. He may have said this time that he officially is done for good. But knowing my degenerate gambling ass there is no better time to pick Tom Brady’s next team than now.

Think about last year Tom Brady loved playing football so much that he was willing to divorce his wife arguably one of the best-looking broads on the planet just to play one more year of football. This man made a whole diet based simply on maintaining his body just to go out on the field and risk brain damage.

The man lives, breathes, and shits football. Do you really think this guy can ever call it quits until his body gives out? The odds for Brady’s now “unlikely” comeback have never been better as of today the 49ers are +150, Raiders +175, the Bucs +250, and the Patriots +1200.

I know my dumb ass is tossing at least a couple of bones on the Patriots because you simply cannot count out touchdown Tom. If I can bet on Brady’s kids making the league I would. Those lucky bastards were born from the sperm of a seven-time super bowl champion, and you damn well know Brady has got them all on the TB12 method.

Again I could be wrong about all of this Tom Brady could actually be done. He has caused me more grief more heartbreak in my life than any human should be able to endure. All I know is that with his so-called “retirement” my wallet for the time being is safe and millions of football fans around the world don’t have to witness Brady curb-stomping their team anymore. Good luck Tom thanks for being the biggest drainer of my wallet all these years its been fun. But let me cash this final bet.  

Written by Nolan Breslin

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