Is it fair? Criticism of Brady

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Is it fair? Criticism of Brady

The Patriots are 3-3 and there are numerous reasons for that.

But Tom Brady, the team's star QB, gets a ton of credit when they win, so he should take a ton of blame when they lose, right?

The guys on Sports Tonight play "Is it fair?" and toss out a number of criticisms involving Brady. But are they fair?

Fair or unfair?:

He cannot close games anymore.

Brady forces too many passes.

Brady plays favorites too much.

Brady isn't committed enough.

Let us know what you think!

Kraft joins four other owners on Goodell’s committee of closest advisers

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Kraft joins four other owners on Goodell’s committee of closest advisers

Robert Kraft’s relationship with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell was no doubt tested by the Deflategate saga, but apparently the Patriots owner is still thought of highly enough to be included in the new committee of five owners who will be among Goodell’s closest advisers.

Kraft, the New York Giants’ John Mara, the Pittsburgh Steelers’ Art Rooney II, the Kansas City Chiefs’ Clark Hunt and the Houston Texans’ Bob McNair will form the committee. Those five are chairmen of the league’s various committees: Media (Kraft), Finance, Stadium, International and the Management Council Executive Committee.

The five had worked closely with Goodell on an informal basis. The NFL has now made their status official. 

More here from NBCSports.com’s Pro Football Talk.

Kraft, long one of the most powerful owners in the NFL, has been critical of Goodell’s handling of the Deflategate case, but also stood down as “one of 32” owners and accepted the league’s punishment in the case without appealing.