Problems for most of us are relative. So, when a former New York Jets quarterback suggests that Tom Brady has a problem, I immediately rule out that it is an issue on the playing field. In the span of TB12's playing career he has played in 9 Super Bowls. In that same span of time, actually in the last 53 years, the Jets have not played in a single Super Bowl. So, logic leads us to the difficulty being off the playing field.
Is it probably against the rules? Yes. Was it the highlight of ESPN executives' days? Probably not.
Was it hilarious, genuine, and a prime example of why the Manningcast is a refreshing sports media product? Absolutely.
A Philadelphia News show was discussing the Eagles issues so far this season when a member of the news team shared his idea on how the Eagles could regain their Super Bowl level of play. Garry Cobb a former Eagles Linebacker and member of the Fox 29 news team in Philadelphia let the viewers know the players needed to suspend their bedroom activities if they wanted to win again.
During the NFL's Opening Night Ceremony I found the definitive expert to break down the Super Bowl, Swoop the Eagle. Who has spent more time on the field with the Eagles than Swoop? Who has seen more football than Swoop? Who is more prepared to make an educated pick for this year's Super Bowl?