Tom Brady has never been too vocal. For about two decades, he’s let his play do his talking. In this case, he’s the loudest human on the planet. He is also the most competitive. That’s why he’s considered the greatest of all time. Since joining the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, he’s also joined Twitter.
Not only is Brady have the greatest game football may have ever seen, but his Twitter game is nothing to sneeze at either. The NFL is already hyping up his return to the house he built in Gillette Stadium when the Buccaneers travel to Foxboro to play the New England Patriots. Brady had this to say in response:
Honestly, who are we to have expected anything else? It’s honestly a perfect analogy too. Of course, there is the potential that it can provide “bulletin board material” for Bill Belichick, but Brady has never been one not to be ready. It’s why he has seven rings (as pictured in the tweet).
As ready as Brady will be, Belichick will be just as much so. That’s why this game is so hotly anticipated. The debate has been raging for years now over who deserved the majority of the credit for the Patriots dynasty between Brady and Belichick. The coach or the quarterback. It can’t be both because in America we love to #EmbraceDebate, especially when it comes to sports. When it comes to that argument, this game will be very telling to many. For those keeping score at home, Brady currently has the upper hand after guiding the Bucs to a Super Bowl while the Patriots went 7-9.
This game should be an all-out war, regardless of the lack of ill-will either party will try to convince everyone there is. All is light-hearted in the offseason, but come game time, there is nothing else on this Earth that will matter to Brady, Belichick, or their respective teams, especially considering Brady will be going against his supposed heir apparent in Mac Jones. Look at what happened when he went against his supposed “GOAT” heir apparent in Patrick Mahomes.
The battle will be fought another day. For now, let’s just enjoy Tom Brady’s greatness behind center, and behind a keyboard.