Tom Brady media take that every Buccaneers fan can relate to

Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)
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Every year that we get to see more of Tom Brady in a Buccaneers jersey, we start to see a bit more that he is closer to some of us than one would think.

Buccaneers Tom Brady is a bit more PG-13 than the one that we saw in New England. In fact, he might actually lean on the R side a bit more than most would think more often than not.

This interesting choice of language has become a defining characteristic of Brady in Tampa, so much so that it has become one of the biggest rallying cries for the team in LFG.

We’re all about the edgier version of Brady, and it is even nicer seeing this edge in regards to asinine takes by the media.

Brady tells us what he thinks about some of the takes by the media in the video below from Dov Kleiman.

Can anyone else relate?

There has never really been a point in Buccaneers history where the media was team-friendly. In almost every game, the pundits come out on the other side, and perhaps rightfully so.

Decades of terrible play from the Bucs has poisoned the media against Tampa. This was done so well that many of the national commentators on the sport couldn’t handle the notion that Brady was going to such a small market.

The takes that followed were nothing short of outrageous.  Outrageous like the takes that have existed for years that “this is going to be Brady’s last good year.”

We heard how Brady wasn’t going to work out. We heard that this was all a grab for money. This Bucs team would never be able to compete for a Super Bowl, right?

Well, we all saw how that went. Yet the media still can’t believe that Brady is staying in Tampa, looking to win more. Stories pop up every day that are crazier than the ones before it. San Francisco. Ownership in Miami. What’s next?

It seems like we won’t ever hear the end of it. But who cares. Much like Brady, our response is very similar. The media is going to hate. It isn’t going to stop. But that doesn’t change the fact that this roster is competing for a Super Bowl in 2022, and their disdain towards this notion won’t change a thing.

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