Rob Parker: “I think he’s done playing and hope he’s done playing. Like enough, can we move on and talk about somebody else, PLEASE? When somebody is around that long it gets tiresome more than anything. I don’t believe that he’s going to play [in Vegas]. I do get it, in a vacuum when you just go and connect the dots, then right, Tom Brady is connecting the dots with somebody he’s had a long-stand relationship with [Josh McDaniels], and you can make the case, but I just don’t see it happening. I don’t care how many yards he threw for last year, it wasn’t great football. They were terrible in the red zone and it was awful to watch. I’M DONE. This past season the Bucs were 25th in scoring, they averaged 18.4 points, were 3-4 in their final 7 games— scored more than 20 points just twice, barely winning the terrible NFC South, Tom Brady had the lowest touchdown percentage— 3.4%, and the second-lowest yards per attempt 6.4, third-lowest air-yards per attempt, 6.5, and his career-low QBR—52.5. He was AWFUL last year. I would boycott any game Tom Brady is on. I’m not interested, I’m DONE with Tom Brady.” (Full Segment Above)
Watch Rob Parker rip Chris Broussard for entertaining a potential storyline of Tom Brady coming out of retirement to play for a Las Vegas Raiders team he now partially owns, as rumors begin to swirl about such a scenario even being tangibly possible.
Check out the segment above as Parker hashes at the idea of Brady coming out of retirement from the second time, even claiming he’ll boycott football if Brady does indeed return at the age of 45.