add Fran Tarkenton as hater

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he was just on O'reilly claiming Brady must have ordered the deflation of the balls..and that there is no doubt that the balls were deflated...because that is what he has heard and is not in question. STFU Fran

Jim Gray had Brady's back.


Pro Bowl Player
tarkenton's take was embarrassing.
you can tell he hasn't read a single page of the wells report.

amazing how jealous these old players are of tb12. did he do something to them??


Goodell sucks Supporter
Glad to see that the senile choke artist contingent has weighed in. Now let's get the opinion of people who matter.

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Practice Squad Player
Tarkenton's on the radio out here in Minny from time to time and he's well known as a salty old curmudgeon. He was angry and spoke against the prospect of Favre stealing his thunder as a Vikings QB legend for f*ck's sake.

Even the local talking heads here don't take him too seriously, they just like to get a controversial take from him every now and again.

Nothing to see here.

Hammer of Thor Supporter Supporter
4 time Super Bowl loser jealous of 4 time Super Bowl winner? Say it ain't so!

Next you'll tell me that John Elway thinks Tom Brady is a cheater and all of his accomplishments are stained.

Rusty Coupe

Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job
A veritable Lester Munson of integrity

Fran Tarkenton, Others Fined in Fraud Sweep

The SEC said the cases involved a "cookbook of recipes" for fraudulent accounting, including reporting income from shipments that never were made, shipping products without customers' wanting them, creating phony invoices and inflating the value of inventories.

In Tarkenton's case, the Hall of Fame quarterback and 10 other former executives of his computer software and consulting firm, KnowledgeWare Inc., were accused of inflating by millions of dollars the company's earnings in reports for its fiscal year ended June 30, 1994.

The former Minnesota Vikings quarterback agreed to pay a $100,000 fine and $54,187 in restitution. He did not admit any wrongdoing.

Executives of San Juan Capistrano software firm Wiz Technology Inc. allegedly misled investors with false financial statements that inflated the company's stock price, then sold their shares for a profit, according to a lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in San Francisco.
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