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The NFL is considering a playoff bubble.
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That's everything that I'm gonna be talking about here today.
Now this comes courtesy of the score, and it says the NFL has resisted the concept of a regular season home market bubble, the NFL, Maybe warming to the idea of a postseason bubble.
Alan Sells, the league's chief medical officer, appeared Thanksgiving Morning on today.
Among other things, Craig Melvin asked sales if there's a possibility of an MBA NHL style bubble model over the balance of the season.
The overriding problem continues to be the collective bargaining the NFL doesn't want to sweeten the pot to get players to stay in the hotel, and the players won't agree to stay in that hotel without the pot being sweeten.
Meanwhile, labor and management continue to flash their best poker faces while the innards churn during the under.
Stress of the possibility of stubbornness eventually will result in the loss of millions of dollars in TV revenue and game checks.
So Cove it ran rampant the first few weeks of the season.
The Tennessee Titans had had run right through their organization, which forced their game with the Steelers to be postponed.
The New England Patriots played the Kansas City Chiefs without their starting quarterback, Cam Newton, and their game against the Denver Broncos was postponed a week.
Now the Baltimore Ravens are being decimated by Cove.
Game tonight was canceled against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
If the game can be played on Sunday, the NFL is in trouble because both Pittsburgh and Baltimore have their by weeks already, and that leaves the question.
How has the NFL handled the covert situation, and how could they have handled it better? And, you know, it's a weird one right because I haven't been happy with how the NFL has handled this at all.
I don't believe they protected their players.
A lot of their players don't believe that they were protected.
I think it was Devin McCourty who came out of the from the Patriots and said They don't care about us.
I haven't been happy.
The NFL haven't been happy with the n f L P A.
This whole bubble system should have already been put into place.
See, here's the problem, and I don't want to sound like a broken record because you guys heard this back and I think September, October sort of time.
The NFL is such an arrogant organization.
I It's my opinion that they believed they were bigger than a global pandemic.
And you could say, you know, even if you're somebody who says, Oh, the covert virus, it's just, uh, you know, it's just a flute.
But the guy still can't play.
It's still highly contagious, and if the wrong person gets it, they could end up in the hospital, and it could even lead to more tragic results.
And we've seen the example of that, not just the United States, not just here in Canada, but all over the world.
I have been a big proponent of the bubble system the whole time.
Now you cannot bubble an entire NFL conference together.
There's just too many working parts.
Too much practice time, not enough stadiums.
Even if you went to a place that had was full of high school and college stadiums that were up, there were, you know, similar to NFL style stadiums.
But I've been a big proponent of the localized bubble, forever putting the players in the hotel, bringing their families with them, making sure it had all the amenities, making sure the meals were coming in, making sure the rooms were fit for kids and families booking as many sweets as you could.
I think that the owners could have done that in New York and the league could have done it, sweetened the pot, play the players, pay the players some more money.
And I talked about the some SportsCastr news with Adam and Lawrence yesterday and I said that this season is a strict.
Every sports season is a strict this year.
Now there's gonna talk about this bubble for the playoffs, and here's my problem with it.
Like, Is there gonna be a three week delay? Because there's a lot of momentum in football? Let's just say hypothetically.
We know it's probably not gonna happen, but hypothetically, let's say the Patriots going to six and run and make the playoffs.
They would want to carry that mo mentum into the playoffs.
But if there's a two or three week DeLay as there's an incubation period and there's a sort of an isolation period, as the cases, you know, get drawn out until everybody is safe, you're taking away all the momentum.
What about the Pittsburgh Steelers? Who or the Kansas City Chiefs? Depending on who's there, who gets a first round bye and the same thing in the NFC? What now? They're gonna have to wait four weeks before they play again.
Look, they're not gonna be in game shape, and I compared it to the Champions League this year.
You had a German team who won the whole thing, and you had a German team in the semifinals.
Just happened that the German soccer league came back before everybody else.
They were in mid form, shaped by the time they got the champion leaks where teams like the French teams hadn't even played a game in months and it showed.
I don't think they've handled it properly.
What happens if the Steelers can't play or the Baltimore Ravens? What if more cases come and they can't play this weekend? What does the NFL do now? Make it wait. Wait.
They're gonna have to, because where else do you fit this game in? They're out of buys.
You know, this isn't a sport like hockey or basketball or baseball, where you could just shift the game by a couple of days.
Football's got a pretty tight schedule, and it's hard to turn that schedule around.
It should have been localized bubbles from the stop.
You traveled to the game, you travel home, you stay in the hotels they could have.
They could have easily done it.
The players who didn't want to be there could have opted out, but allow them to bring their families, make it different than the hockey and basketball bubbles because it be a long season.
I would be bringing teachers in and tutors in for the kids who need to be educated.
There's a lot of things that the NFL could have done and still made a boat load of money.
But that's what it all comes down to.
It all comes down to money.
Money takes president over everything.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have now had two games postponed because of the opposing team dealing with mass covert cases.
The Patriots will be playing their third game of the season under the covert umbrella.
It was announced today that the Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald tested positive for Cove in 19.
That's what sources told Micah Rafel.
Oh, and Tom, uh, pal zero of the NFL Network.
The 11 time Pro Bowler bowler will reportedly missed Sunday's game against New England Patriots.
As a result, are we concerned that there may be more cardinal players that test positive before Sunday? What if they start? What if it starts looking like the Baltimore Ravens? And more and more guys could get in sick where it's Thursday? What if this prolongs between Friday and Saturday? Okay, you got a bump. Another game.
Okay, but what what happened to the camp play? They play Tuesday.
What if they can? The pages don't have a bye week the NFL has put themselves into a corner that they won't be able to get themselves out of them.
Sorry, they have not done a good job with the covert virus.
I don't know what else to tell you guys on that.
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I know that this could get a bit competitive, but here it SportsCastr news this is actually this is an actual issue that we need to cover.
This is a story that continues to need to be followed, continues to develop.
This came from clutch point, It says.
Bruce Arians hasn't shied away from criticizing Tom Brady when he struggles with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this season.
During an episode of ESPN's Get Up, ESPN's Dan Branzino spoke about the potential rift between Arians and Brady, saying quote, There's a lot of theories.
Obviously, it was supposed to work better than this, but one of them is that there is really tension.
Bruce Arians and Tom Brady just might just met, right? It's almost like Arians was watching some sort of movie star action hero, and then they met him in person and said, Oh, I thought you were bigger.
Following Monday night's loss of Los Angeles Rams.
Aryan shared that.
Brady seems to be confused with certain looks, defense's air showing them.
He also revealed that he believes there is a continuity issue with Brady and Tampa Bay's offense right now.
Brady finished Monday's narrow defeat to the Rams with 216 yards, two touchdowns and too costly interceptions.
His second interception came on the final drive of the game, when he floated on off target past the Cameron break.
While Tom Brady is still figuring things out with his new team, he's still playing well.
Aside from a few hiccups this season, the 43 year old quarterback is strong for 2955 yards, 25 touchdowns and nine interceptions in 11 games.
Also, the Buccaneers are still seven and four and positioned to make the playoffs for the first time since the 2000 and seven season.
Despite the success they had, Tampa Bay may have a situation worth monitoring between Bruce Arians and Tom Brady moving forward.
If the reports are true, this would not be the first time that Tom Brady has had tension with the head coach, according to multiple reports in a book called The Dynasty, written by Jeff Benedict.
Tom Brady and Bill Belichick were at odds while Brady was in New England, apparently that even reportedly led to Brady leaving for Tampa Bay.
Now he seems to have run into another coach that he doesn't get along with now.
Bill Belichick took the brunt of the blame for the way things ended in New England.
But can we look past the fact that the common denominator in these situations seem to be Tom Brady Right now? I think I can, and I'm gonna get a little bit deeper into the Brady Belichick relationship in a minute.
So I'll look at the Arians Brady dynamic.
I've been really trying to wrap my head around this whole thing, and I've been trying to figure out the last time that I can remember ah, head coach, calling out their star quarterback the way Bruce Arians is.
I mean, I feel like these may have been things that perhaps Bill Belichick would have said the Brady, you know, in private or in a team meeting.
But there's no way that Brady could be sitting there right now, happy with the way with the way Arians is treating them.
I mean, it's been since 2000 and seven since the Tampa Bay Buccaneers made the playoffs and Tom Brady's gonna get them there.
And it's funny, right? Last season, it was Jameis Winston's fault.
This year, it's Tom Brady's fault.
That's Arians is taking zero accountability for what he does, because when you think about Belichick, right, we need to play better.
Coach. Better do everything better.
There's accountability on him.
I remember, ah, football life when they followed Bill Belichick around for season, him and Brady on the sidelines and Belichick apologizing to Tom Brady.
Remember that story? I'm just I'm sorry, man.
I just can't get these guys to listen to me. I can't get them to go.
There's accountability factors there.
Bruce Arians Just trying to put it all on Tom Brady, where Bruce Arians needs to pull his head out of his ass, and he needs to start looking at his game plan and realize he's not allowing Brady to do what Brady does best.
And I know that what I'm saying here is some of what I'm saying is very repetitive because this is the third time I've talked about it, and I'm hoping this story goes away soon.
So it's not a trending story that we don't have to cover.
But it's true, though.
What is? Bruce Arians accomplishes a head coach.
Nothing in Arizona.
Nothing in Tampa Bay.
It's never Bruce Arians fault.
It's always somebody else's mhm.
You know, everybody likes to say that Bill Belichick was jealous of Tom Brady.
I don't think there was jealousy, and again, I'm gonna get deeper into that.
But I think Bruce Arians is jealous of Tom Brady.
I think he's jealous of the mantra he brought in.
I think he's jealous of the T V 12 brand.
I think he's jealous of of the notoriety and the legitimacy that Brady brings to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
And because of that, I think that Bruce Arians feels threatened, and it's like he needs to send a message to Brady.
Tom Brady is a six time Super Bowl champion.
He's a two time league MVP.
He's a four time Super Super Bowl.
M v P Yes, four time he orchestrated one of the greatest comebacks in Super Bowl history in Super Bowl 51.
Now I'm not saying that Bruce Arians has to bend over and let Tom Brady do whatever he wants, but Bruce Arians needs to start working with him a little bit better.
Mhm and, you know, and everything we're being told is true.
Brady left New England because he didn't feel appreciated by Tom Brady, but or by Bill Belichick.
I mean, but you have to assume that Brady isn't feeling appreciate it now, is he? Now there are three huge, distinctive differences between the New England Patriots in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Tampa This season obviously has a far superior offense.
Tom Brady has a plethora of weapons to throw to.
The Buccaneers also seemed toe listen to Brady when it comes to team personnel.
It's been heavily reported that Brady advocated for the Bucks to sign Antonio Brown.
So, taking those two things into consideration, it feels like the situation would be better for Brady and Tampa.
Except for one huge factor that I don't think Brady took into consideration.
Brady no longer has Robert Kraft to back him up, and it has to.
I have to be wondering, like if Brady sitting there with rock now, I'm just saying I made a huge mistake like, Is this a situation where Tom Brady sitting there thinking the grass isn't always greener on the other side? Because the part of me feels like he has to be? Ah, part of me feels like he has to be sitting there right now, going like I thought this was gonna be a lot better.
I thought I was gonna play football.
I thought I was gonna have a coach who supported me.
I mean, I remember watching draft nine people talking about Bruce areas being a players coach, This doesn't seem like a players coach.
If Tom Brady plays good, he seems confused.
Mike Evans was open, Dude, it makes you wonder just how bad things were in New England.
And if things in Tampa Bay really seem that much better because, you know, when Brady left the Patriots, Bill Belichick put out a classy statement about Brady.
He said, quote, Tom and I will have a great relationship built on love, admiration, respect and appreciation.
Tom success is a player in his character as a person are exceptional.
Nothing about the end of Tom's Patriots career changes how unfathomably spectacular.
It waas with his relentless competitive competitiveness and longevity.
He earned everyone's adoration and will be celebrated forever.
It's been a privilege to coach Tom Brady for 20 years now, Belichick continued by saying.
Sometimes in life, it takes some time to pass before you truly appreciate something or someone.
But that has not been the case with Tom.
He is a special person in the greatest quarterback of all time. End quote.
And though I believe there is mutual respect and admiration for each other, that hasn't stopped both men from taking subtle little shots at each other.
You know, when Brady left the New England Patriots, he penned an essay for the players trade, trade, the Players Tribune.
And he made sure to think everybody who helped his career except for Belichick and actually, Belichick was only mentioned by name once.
And it's when Brady said quote.
When the Patriots drafted me back in 2000, I was 22.
I remember I was sitting in my parents house in San Mateo, California, growing less and less confident that the phone would ring.
But late in the draft did, by the way, in the sixth round It's not like Coach Belichick himself was on the other end of the line.
It was his assistant Birds.
We just wanted to let you know that you've been picked by the New England Patriots, Bird said.
End, quote and look.
Belichick has also picked his spots to send a message to Brady.
Just this week, when he was asked about the Arizona Cardinals, Larry Fitzgerald, Belichick made a comment that made me raise an eyebrow.
It was subtle, but the undertone of the message was shade of Brady, Belichick said.
Larry is a dedicated football player.
He works extremely hard.
He's very knowledgeable in all phases of the game, but particularly the passing game and techniques training fundamentals.
He's, I would say, two receivers what Peyton Manning was the quarterbacks in terms of the type of total obsession of knowing everything about the position and how to do things and convey those to his teammates.
End quote, Belichick said.
Peyton, not Brady.
It would have been easy for Belichick to say Brady, but he didn't And when you see this kind of stuff from both of them, it just tells you that the split had to happen right I believe that there's a respect level between the two.
But that relationship was so fractured that Tom Brady had to leave.
It's why, when I was asked a couple of days ago, if you had the chance to bring Brady back on this team right now is is what you take him.
I said no, because I believe that him and Belichick have to be separated, and this isn't me putting blame on either of them 20 years together.
I think I made the comparison once that they were like a great band who they didn't get along behind the scenes when they went on stage.
They create magic, and Brady wanted to experience something different.
Now he's experiencing something different.
He's got better weapons than he did the last couple of seasons, maybe ever.
I don't remember the Patriots ever having a star studded lineup like Tampa Bay does.
I know people are gonna throw out names that don't make sense and try to compare them to the players Tampa Bay has.
But he Bradys never had this kind of Brady's never had this kind of weaponry before.
Same problem with the coach, though, and I don't think that Brady when I said you taught in the top that Brady is a common denominator because that's sort of the the what.
People are starting to say now about it. But I don't think so.
Yeah, I don't compare what Bruce Arians is doing.
What happened with Brady and Belichick? Belichick did things one way in on Lee one way, and Tom Brady, just as he got older, grew sick of it.
Tom Brady never chose to stay in New England, but he chose to stay in New England.
They were chose to go to New in, which was to stay in New England.
Robert Kraft was a big facilitator of that.
Where does Tampa Bay's ownership and management in all of this? So even though this looks like a comparison between the two situations, I really don't think it is.
I really think it's two completely different things, especially when you compare the two coaches involved.
I mean, they're talking about the greatest coach of all time and a coach.
You okay? He was a part of a couple Super Bowl teams, but didn't you know he wasn't responsible for them? I mean, it's up to you guys to make your own assessment on this.
Obviously, I'm just giving you my opinion.
But that relationship was fractured.
He had to go, but I just wonder if he would have had a better time somewhere else.
Like the Chargers, like the Raiders, the Dolphins, whatever list of teams were connected to Tom Brady.
But one thing I will never say or ever accept from anybody is Bruce Arians as a players coach, because he's not all right.
I want to move on from this now and just go through a couple of stories.
This is from clutch points.
Indianapolis star quarterback Philip Rivers suffered a foot injury on Sunday and a win against the Green Bay Packers, and there was some initial doubts as to whether or not the 38 year old would be able to take the field against the Tennessee Titans on Week 12.
As it turns out, however, Rivers himself is confident that he will be available for the Colts for Sunday's game.
Despite the fact that he's been listed on the injury report, Rivers remains adamant that he will be fit enough on for Indianapolis matchup against the Titans, saying Quote.
I feel pretty good.
I think I definitely could've could've gone today.
I think it's a little bit of probably a smart thing to do than me.
Getting better at my stubbornness is well, Rivers told reporters.
I think that it's the best approach, obviously with our schedule this week having tomorrow offer Thanksgiving, uh, just a couple of more days of rest and be ready to get out there on Friday.
Rivers finished the Colts Week 11 win with 24 of 36 passes for 288 yards, along with two touchdowns and one interception.
Sunday's victory over Indianapolis fourth Sunday's victory was Indianapolis fourth win in the past five games, as they have now improved the seven and three on the season.
They're currently sitting atop the spot there, now currently sitting at the top spot in the A F C South, but interestingly are tied with none other than the Titans.
Sunday's key matchup will lift the winner to a solo first place position, and, of course, they will own the bragging rights in the divisional rivalry.
Now this next story comes from Michael spoke, got over at the NFL spin zone on fan sided things have gone poorly for Carson Wentz in the Philadelphia Eagles offense.
He's not a Super Bowl winning quarterback and currently ranks as the third lowest rated passer in the NFL behind Daniel Jones and sits just ahead of Drew Lock and Sam Donald.
If you're Carson Wentz.
So the Philadelphia Eagles.
That's not exactly the company you'd like to keep while falling to the Cleveland Browns, 22 to 17 on Sunday, whence continued his less than stellar passing transit season by throwing two interceptions, one of which was a pick six.
A glass half full ****ysis of the performance wouldn't forget to include the fact that he went 21 for 35 passing during the contest to go along with two touchdown passes despite getting a little help from the despite get a little help from the Philadelphia's offensive line.
Either way, it was an ugly performance.
Despite playing without NFL sack leader Myles Garrett, the Browns tormented Wentz and his protection unit all game along to the tune of five quarterback sacks, one of which went for a safety in the end zone while also dishing out 10 quarterback hits.
This is the second consecutive loss for the Eagles, who dropped to 36 and one for the 2020 season and currently set a half game away from a four way tie for last place in the NFC East.
Shockingly, Philadelphia resides in first place of the NFL's worst division and is actually in line for a playoff berth.
How bad has Carson Wentz been for the Philadelphia Eagles this season? Following Sunday's loss, Eagles head coach Doug Peterson spoke with members of the media and didn't decline to offer his position regarding the status of Philadelphia starting quarterback situation.
Answering questions of whether or not went should be benched.
Moving forward, Peterson responded via ESPN, saying, If you get to that spot where you don't start them or you bench him, I think you're sending the wrong message to your football team that this season is over and that's a bad message.
We have to work through this when time gets tough.
Sometimes that might be the easy thing to do.
The protection is in there and whence has been throwing under duress for the entire season.
However, a bad offensive line is no excuse for the poor decision making and lack of ball security that the Eagles quarterback is embodied during the games, after all, See, After all, Seahawks pass rusher Russell Wilson has been mentioned as an M V P candidate at times this season, despite being sacked almost as many times as whence in total wins has been sacked 40 times through 10 games.
That's a lot of sacks.
That figure currently leads the league along with his 14 interceptions, his 263 sack yards lost and 10 fumbles.
Taking a step back to let that think sink in, it's easy to determine that the Eagles quarterback isn't throwing the ball away when being flushed from the pocket.
Instead, he's forcing the ball in the coverage and putting it on the turf when being attacked.
In short, the 2020 version of Carson Wentz is one where he exists as a turnover machine.
As a franchise quarterback being paid $39.
3 million this season, it's the former North Dakota State Bison pastors primary job to put the Eagles in a position to win each Sunday.
Even against all odds.
Fiscally, the agreement is a nightmare for the Philadelphia Eagles.
That's all I got for you guys today.
I want to wish you all a very, very, very happy Thanksgiving.
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