If there is one thing I have come to know and understand over the last few years covering the NFL is its a brotherhood. Sure some former players have issues with others who had been with rival teams but normally there is a public face masking any contempt. That has been blurred in recent years when former colleagues have become a part of the media covering the league.
Now come on Terry…keep it above board. In all honesty we should have seen this coming from Bradshaw. He was critiqued very harshly as a QB in a time where you didn’t have the 24 hour scrutiny we have now. Not tabloid garbage mind you. People forget he was called dumb by the media. “‘Lil Abner in cleats”…etc… etc Millions upon millions of people reading you’re dumb for years. He’s never recovered from it.
How do we know this?
Consider the fact…
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I am not sure what Bradshaw’s beef is with Tomlin. Tomlin is the guy who didn’t replaced the legend in Pittsburgh …Cowher did. You know the old saying you never want to be the guy who replaces the legend but the after …that’s Tomlin. Pittsburgh is the model of stability only 3 head coaches since 1969 and each has won at least one Super Bowl in Pittsburgh, ask Cleveland Brown and New York Jet fans if they would take that in a heart beat? Is he the first coach you think of when you think of an elite coach ? No but he is a great coach who continues to win. Another Super Bowl win and then you have to put him in the elite column. Bradshaw sounds like a weak and bitter echo from the past.
Terry Bradshaw reminds me of an idiot member of Congress. They tend to have nothing to say the majority of the time and even when they do, more often than not , they still come across looking like a complete @ss .