Brady vs. Osweiler: This Time It’s Personal (Or Something), Four Teams Poised for a Second-Half Run, Not So Fast Teddy Bridgewater

Brady vs. Osweiler: This Time It’s Personal (Or Something), Four Teams Poised for a Second-Half Run, Not So Fast Teddy Bridgewater

If you’re interested in one with a football connection, Nate Boyer and Jay Glazer have a wonderful program—MVP (Merging Vets & Players)—that helps vets and former athletes cope with the common problem of adjusting to civilian life. Apologies if I’m missing anyone, but we should see at least three veterans on the field today: U.S. Navy Lieutenant Junior Grade Joe Cardona will long-snap for the Patriots in the Sunday nighter in Denver, former U.S. Air Force First Lieutenant and Colorado Air National Guard captain Ben Garland will likely play some special teams snaps as a utility man when the Falcons host Dallas, and of course, former Army Ranger Alejandro Villanueva will start at left tackle for the Steelers in Indianapolis. 2. I think we can all agree that Tom Brady has two feats left to accomplish before he can truly be at peace with his career.

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