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Tom Brady Rips Bargaining Skills Of Fan Who Gave Back His 600th Touchdown Pass

Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers got off easy when a fan who obtained the football thrown by the star quarterback for his 600th touchdown pass gave it back to the team during Sunday’s game.

But Brady rubbed it in Monday, chiding spectator Byron Kennedy for surrendering his bargaining power by returning the memento after a brief negotiation. (Watch the video below.)

“Byron realized he lost all his leverage by giving the ball away,” Brady told Peyton and Archie Manning on ESPN2′s “Monday Night Football” ManningCast. “He should have held it and then get as much leverage as possible.”

Peyton Manning called it “an amateur move.”

“If he would have held it he would have been sitting in the Tom Brady suite for the rest of the season,” Manning joked.

Brady’s scoring throw to Mike Evans on Sunday in the Bucs’ victory over the Chicago Bears made him

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Hamilton’s QB vomited during the final TD pass of the wild comeback over Bishop Gorman

As if the Hamilton High School (Chandler, Ariz.) comeback victory over Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas) couldn’t get any crazier, Huskies quarterback Nicco Marchiol led the comeback while sick. Sick enough that he threw up during game play.



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Sick enough that he vomited as the football was being snapped to him on the final touchdown throw of the night, the one that would end up putting the Huskies in position to complete a two-point conversion and complete the 25-24 comeback victory in which they scored 18 points in less than 70 seconds.

And of course they went for the two-point conversion. After all, with your quarterback sick and all the momentum after recovering two onside kicks and scoring two touchdowns, you’re not going to allow overtime to take place.

There’s even video of the incident.

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Way too early NBA League Pass rankings ahead of the 2021-22 season | NBA.com Australia

With the dust settled on NBA free agency and rosters begining to take shape ahead of the 2020-21 season…………

When it comes to NBA League Pass, we’re not talking the best teams or the teams likely to win the title, but the team’s you have to make sure you tune in for next season for one reason or another. 

With out further ado, it’s time for our way tooo early League pass ranking for the 2021-22 season. 

1. Brooklyn Nets


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You might not actually need League Pass to see plenty of the Nets, with the superstar filled roster set to become a feature on National TV.

Much of the intrigue obviously surrounds Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and James Harden, with the trio hardly able to stay on the floor last season.

One of the championship favourites heading into the season, will Brooklyn stay healthy enough to advance beyond

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