Tom Brady’s Fulfilling Sunday

March 30th, 2020

When he’s not giving humans a personal plan to aid in the fight of Coronavirus, Tom Brady is busy dabbling in Joe’s addiction.

Yes, Joe is talking about watching football, not staring at Gisele.

Notable Boston sports radio personality Lucy Burdge was following Brady on social media yesterday and shared that the Bucs’ culture-changer quarterback was glued to a replay of the Patriots’ historic Super Bowl comeback three years ago against the Falcons.

If Brady is the master motivator/leader most believe he is, then Joe has to think Brady’s share of his Super Bowl heroics represents a message to his new teammates.


10 Responses to “Tom Brady’s Fulfilling Sunday”

  1. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    My next door neighbor is a huge Falcons fan……that game completely crushed him….
    It’s been frustrating being a Bucs fan….but at least when we had our shot….we won!!!

  2. Jeff Says:

    Almost impossible to recover after a loss like that. So happy that happened to the Falcon!

  3. Destinjohnny Says:

    Que the 30 pick lovers….

  4. Buc50 Says:

    Absolutely love that Carolina and Atlanta both failed to get rings. New Orleans deserves a ring with all that city has been through.

  5. LordCornelius Says:

    I duno how you get over a loss like that.

    I still remember the pain of the loss to the Rams in the NFC championship and that seems like nothing compared to blowing a 25 point lead in the SB lol

  6. AwShbucs Says:

    I think he was rewatching that particular because yesterday was March 28th. 3/28.

    As well all know Brady led his team to the greatest comeback in SB history after being down 3 to 28. Dont really think he was trying to send any sort of message but i could be wrong.

  7. AwShbucs Says:

    Lord Cornelius. Nah I think the loss to the Rams hurt just as badly. Because we didnt have a ring yet at that point and our first real shot at the big show was stolen from us due to a horrible call.

  8. DoooshLaRue Says:

    I thought Joe’s addiction was sloppy burgers and fruity craft beer…….

  9. stpetebucsfan Says:


    Not to be disagreeable and I completely understand your take but 28-3 in the second half and lose.

    Ironically the only team I would have enjoyed getting that humiliated would have been BB’s Patriots.

    It was painful to watch. For some reason I do not loathe the Falcons…perhaps all the Buc connections…perhaps it’s the city I’ve spent more time in….I like the people there…Carolina the same…spend lots of time in Charlotte…New Orleans is a great city but the Saints are the easiest for me to root against but even there I don’t want to see them humiliated or cheated like they were in that Rams farce.

    Wow….does this mean I have to surrender my “haters” card. My entire life I’ve always been far more into cheering “for” a team than against a “team”.

    OK…if I’m honest…maybe the Bruins…LMAO

  10. JimmyJack Says:

    I was a Tom Brady hater before that game. In that first half he took a beating. I couldn’t believe he got back up from that and pulled it off in the second half. He won my respect with that performance. It was pretty heroic to be honest.