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7SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr by: Jeff FalkWhen it comes to understanding and using reloadable prepaid cards, Millennials lead the way.A recent survey polled more than 1,300 American consumers — including some who currently use reloadable prepaid cards and some who don’t — to gain insight into consumers’ attitudes toward and experiences with the cards.Twenty-five percent of consumers polled either currently use or have used a reloadable prepaid card in the past two to three years. Interestingly, among Millennials (ages 18-34), this proportion jumps to 33 percent. continue reading »
The words were absurd then, and they’re still absurd now. It’s one thing to say Brady’s numbers might decline as he gets older. It’s another to say he’s “going to be a bum.” I get Kellerman needs to say crazy things to get attention/better ratings, but if you say those things then you need to be prepared for the backlash.Fast forward three years later (almost to the exact day) and Brady got his subtle revenge of Kellerman. On Instagram Stories, Brady posted a photo of him throwing a football 61 mph. (Tom Brady / Instagram) https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sporting_news/6e/d1/tom-brady-radar_727xfg3xnocs1xiqllo8znkbi.jpg?t=-1641959509&w=500&quality=80 Tom Brady has accomplished a lot in his career, and he hasn’t really shown any signs of slowing down. But that didn’t stop ESPN’s “First Take” analyst Max Kellerman from saying, in 2016, that Brady was “going to fall off a cliff.”MORE: Max Kellerman farted all throughout this ‘First Take’ debate For comparison, here’s a list of every QB at the NFL Combine in the last 10 years to throw 60+ mph:1. Josh Allen, 622T. Baker Mayfield, 602T. Bryan Bennett, 602T. Logan Thomas, 60In other words, Brady throwing 61 mph at 41 years old (he turns 42 in August) is very impressive. He’s also made three Superbowls appearances (winning two) and won two MVP awards since Kellerman’s comments in 2016.