Tom Brady is right: Actions do speak louder than words

Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images) /

Tom Brady just keeps on racking up wins versus Kansas City.

Sometimes, it just isn’t fair that on top of being the greatest football player of all time, Tom Brady’s social media game is also equally impressive. The new and loose side of Brady is exciting to experience in Tampa, and the fun shows no sign of stopping after a recent exchange on Twitter.

A Tom Brady jersey was seen on the field before a Kansas City Royals game against the visiting Tampa Bay Rays, except the jersey wasn’t worn by a Rays player.

Instead, Royals catcher Salvador Perez was seen wearing the jersey, fulfilling a bet with Rays player Maverick Phillips. Before letting the jersey make him look like a true Brady fan, Perez made it clear that he believes Patrick Mahomes is the best.

The Royals captured this whole exchange on Twitter before captioning it, “Sometimes words speak louder than actions.” Tom Brady wasn’t going to let this slide.

Unable to let the opportunity pass, Brady commented his belief that actions always speak louder than words, as the saying goes. As we all know, there is far more truth in this statement, and Brady was once again able to dunk on his competition.

Mahomes followed up by trying to throw down the gauntlet for re-examining the GOAT conversation down the road, but that would be a challenging game to play. Brady’s accomplishments will be hard for anyone to ever follow.

Mahomes still has a mountain of Super Bowl rings, MVPs, and other awards to win before he is even close to the legacy that Brady is leaving. Even with perfect circumstances for the next decade, Mahomes has his work cut out.

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Regardless of that conversation, at least for now, Salvador Perez had the undisputed GOAT on his back during batting practice, because actions do always speak louder than words.

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