Being a New York Jets fan is logical intense enough without the additional sting of Tom Brady tossing conceal. Yet, oh well, toss conceal he did. Whenever gave the chance to make a case for the establishment, the 44-year-old amiably declined.
On the most recent scene of the “Let’s Go!” digital broadcast with Brady, Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback invested some energy thinking back on how decent it was having the chance to watch Sunday’s record of NFL games (Tampa Bay crushed the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday Night Football).
One game stood out to TB12 specifically – the Green Bay Packers versus the Chicago Bears. To be specific, when QB Aaron Rodgers declared himself the proprietor of the group. In the wake of broadening the Packers’ lead with a hurrying TD in the fourth quarter, Rodgers discovered a proviso to the provoking standard by coordinating his peeping at the fans as opposed to the players, hollering, “I still own you!”
“I wanted to say congrats to Aaron Rodgers. Obviously, he’s a great QB but I guess he’s now a shareholder of the Bears,” Brady joked to Gray.
In any case, the genuine humdinger came toward the finish of the video when Gray suggested that due to the seven-time Super Bowl champion’s noteworthy record – Brady is 30-8 against the Jets – he could guarantee responsibility for New York group.