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  1. They should've traded him last year when they had the chance. Idiots.
  2. Wow quite a roller coaster ride. Surprised at the outcome. Wish I’d tried to trade for him.
  3. I stand corrected. Looks like he retired at 33. However, he won his last Grand slam in 1984 at the age of 25.
  4. That article was written before Sunday's men's final. Federer turns 38 in 3 weeks and he's still playing at an extraordinary level. Of course he can't do that for too much longer but still incredible. For the athletic ability needed to play tennis think it's more impressive than Brady still playing QB at a high level at 41 (soon to be 42). John Mcenroe and Borg both retired in their mid 20's.
  5. No team would trade more than a case of miller lite for him no matter what Carrol says
  6. “Most of the match, I was on the back foot, actually. I was defending. He was dictating the play,” Djokovic said. “I just tried to fight and find a way when it mattered the most, which is what happened.”
  7. Yep, and up 40-15, it's probably 95% of the time. But that's sports for ya.
  8. While i don't follow hockey, i highly doubt people decide whether to go to the game based on who the goalie is.
  9. Obviously not possible in baseball. And 10 x the amount of games so not a great comparison IMO.
  10. When fans buy tickets to the games or even sit down in front of their TV they want to see Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers. If Brian Hoyer is playing that greatly diminishes the appeal. Other players have much less of an impact.
  11. Not following. That’s going to happen to qbs whether they play 16 or 18 games.