Dallas Cowboys: Can we nix the talk of bringing in Tom Brady please?

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Quarterback Tom Brady of the New England Patriots
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Sorry those on the Brady bandwagon

Brady signing with Dallas … it won’t happen. And there are a few reasons why.

The first reason is this, why take on a quarterback that Bill Belichick doesn’t even want? If the greatest coach in the history of the sport doesn’t want the guy that he’s won titles with, been in the trenches with, and popped countless bottles of championship champagne with, why on this green earth would you dare take him on? If you were using your noggin, you wouldn’t and that is the first reason why he won’t end up in Dallas.

The second reason is because of his age, but not in the sense that most of you are thinking. You never doubt greatness and especially the G.O.A.T (greatest of all time) of anything, as he or she will prove you wrong every time, so this isn’t to say that he can’t get it done. Heck, it’s Tom freakin’ Brady!

What this is saying is that no matter what he can give, you don’t throw away what could be quarterback play for the next 10 years minimum at a very high level in Dak Prescott for someone who is at best only there for the next three years.

This is no matter what he’s won in the past and especially considering that you wouldn’t be bringing in the fortification of Belichick to shot-call and pull the best out of your 42-year-old quarterback.

The next reason is rooted in the saying that goes ‘you don’t mess up a good thing’. Plainly put, this offense was extremely prolific last season and we don’t have to shove the rankings in your face that have haunted us all in every loss this season.

You don’t want to do anything that might go against potentially capturing that type of lightning in a bottle again, as it was good enough to take this team places if every phase of the game was on the same page with more consistency.