Re: is BRANCH a TRAITOR?
posted at 1/7/2014 6:10 AM EST
In response to ghostofjri37's comment:
In response to 49Patriots' comment:
In response to hang3xc's comment:
In response to carawaydj's comment:
So Branch sits at home while the Pats sign Collie 3 times and he's a traitor? He's a player hoping to play and got a call.
The Pats signed Collie long before this game. They signed him because they honestly needed him due to injuries. The Colts won't be using Branch for anything but knowledge and he is all too happy to give it too them. He made 50+ MILLION in his career, so I don't think he is hurting for cash. He doesn't hang out at Hime Depot looking for landscaping work. This ONE game will pay him a few grand ($25) which is next to nothing for a 50+ MILLION dollar player.
He won't know the Pats playbook, but he knows how Brady thinks, how BB thinks, what there tendencies are, what they might do in certain situations and why, how to get under Bradys' skin, how to burn him etc etc
His info is valuable or they wouldn't sign him... and that makes him dirt
I think the argument is that the Pats needed a WR and continuiously went to Collie when Branch was sitting at home. Not like they're different players, neither guy can get open or play anywhere but the slot.
If the Patriots want to talk about lotalty, why not reaign Branch instead of Collie the Colt?
You mean Patriot fans... I haven't read anything where the Patriot orginization said anything in regards to Branch"s "loyalty as it pertains to him signing with the Colts.
Hey, i don't care one way. Branch sucks.