Tom Brady: “I’m Definitely Sore Today”

October 4th, 2021

The fearless leader of the Buccaneers was talking today.

Tom Brady took to the SiriusXM Mad Dog Radio airwaves and reflected during his Let’s Go! show about all things reunion Sunday in New England.

It was a bit of a yawner, though Brady did reference how it was a very emotional game and road trip for him in various ways, with a load of relatives in attendance and interacting with so many Patriots employees before and at the game.

Brady mentioned that he even knew the bus driver transporting him after the Bucs arrived in New England, and Brady talked about seeing and knowing the police chief of Foxborough, among others.

Essentially, he was trying to say he didn’t realize how deeply he’d be impacted by the experience.

Brady also talked about the difficulty of the rainy weather on the game, noting the challenge and that he hadn’t practice or played in those conditions since becoming a Buccaneer.

Perhaps most important, Brady said he’s feeling the victory in his body.

“I’m definitely sore today. I took a few really good shots,” Brady said.

Joe found that noteworthy because Brady never seems to mention pain or anything that he might be feeling physically that’s negative.

As was explained on the show, Brady got home at 5 a.m. and it was back in the gym in the early afternoon. He said he had to go through his weight training regimen and then pliability routines.

It’s all part of the process to keep a 44-year-old man dominating a game built for far younger dudes.

23 Responses to “Tom Brady: “I’m Definitely Sore Today””

  1. DoooshLaRue Says:

    I’m sure Durable Donnie feels terrible about your aches and pains Tom.
    He did the best he could……..

  2. Medicated Pete Says:

    Thanks to Donovan “Turnstile” Smith. I’ll bet Richard Sherman is rigomortis stiff

  3. SOEbuc Says:

    I’m awesome at taking two steps to the left and get plays called back all day off penalties. Ima need to start off at like $40M to watch Brady back though, Jason.

  4. SOEbuc Says:

    And when I take two steps to the right, I get run through. Top tier.

  5. Rod Munch Says:

    The idiots here know so little about football, they think on a play where Cappa was a pulling that Smith just left his guy — they’re such morons they don’t understand the play was drawn up that way.

    I will agree the play was terrible, but that’s 100% on Leftwich calling a stupid gimmick blocking play.

    But you dopes should learn something about football so you don’t say so much stupid and boring things.

  6. Mike Says:

    Wow, the Bucs do not practice under different conditions!

    “noting the challenge and that he hadn’t practice or played in those conditions since becoming a Buccaneer.”

  7. Bucschamp Says:

    He got tired trying to meet and greet all the people and media before and after the game. I remember Yao Ming going from one room to another for interviews all day that he didn’t had any life after basketball.

  8. JimBuc2 Says:

    Rod muncher I’m pretty sure Leftwich’s playcalls did not include DS failing to keep his opponent’s hands free to bat down Brady pass attempts, or to keep his pad level high. But, I could be wrong. You really don’t seem to understand basic Oline responsibilities. You sir, are a knave, bereft of anything resembling intelligence, and most boring. Sell BS somewhere else, we’re all full up here. I’m certain Donovan Smith would fully admit he did not have a good game. At least he possesses a shred of credibility., an admirable character trait unknown to you.

    LFG Bucsd!

  9. Leighroy Says:

    Here’s an idea; everyone’s right! Donovan Smith didn’t have a good game, AND that specific play was drawn up that way. Look at that, unity on the message boards. I’m sure it will last forever!

  10. Sparky Says:

    the Bucs practice indoors.

  11. Anonymous Says:

    Leighroy Says:
    October 5th, 2021 at 12:39 am
    Here’s an idea; everyone’s right! Donovan Smith didn’t have a good game, AND that specific play was drawn up that way. Look at that, unity on the message boards. I’m sure it will last forever!



  12. Buxszntkt Says:

    I thought BA hold the garden hose and sprays them to simulate train.

  13. Kev@Inverness Says:

    Hey Rod, since when did pulling linemen become gimmick blocking? It’s pretty common across the NFL, and has been for years.

  14. Rico210 aka wutdaBucisthis Says:

    Why am I being moderated

  15. Rico210 aka wutdaBucisthis Says:

    My entire post just went away. Am I doing something wrong Joe

  16. Rico210 aka wutdaBucisthis Says:

    To those unaware. At almost 100% of the time when it rains here in Tampa, it’s accompanied by lightning. From 20 miles away a lightning bolt can tap you lol. So for the most part it’s not safe to practice in the rain here.

    Go Bucs

  17. Robert 71 Says:

    If you live in Florida you can get flooded out just one hour of heavy rain. The rain in Foxboro was light compared what we get here. Brady did not have great throwing accuracy or the receivers didn’t finish the correct route

  18. SOEbuc Says:


    It was so terrible when we didn’t have indoor facilities. Practice would be straight up canceled if the alarm went off.

    And to everyone else Donovan Smith sucks major D. What is the “he had a bad game” BS? I’m able to point out his sh!t games every week.

  19. Hodad Says:

    Smith was going against one of the best D ends in football all night with no help. The best LT to ever play can’t win every rep against that. The Bucs believe so much in Smith they leave him on an island more than they should. When they didn’t they sent Cappa, and Rojo to do the job, and both failed. Smith is as solid of a LT as there is in the league. Expecting him to win every rep against the best pass rushers in the NFL every week is asking way to much.

  20. David Says:

    Cue the Smith bashers… Football ignorance .. smh

    He’s also sore because he ran for more than the patriots team and took a hit on that run.

  21. ModHairKen Says:

    Imagine you people if Folk’s clank had been three inches to the right. Some of you would be on suicide watch, some of you would be in Guantanamo and some of you would be in witness protection.

    They won. Enjoy that.

  22. Bucs since 76 Says:

    They don’t practice much in the rain because most are thunderstorms. However, D Smith is the weakest link on the offensive line and needs tight end help at all times.

  23. You gotta be crazy Says:

    They did their best to distract him at all angles intentionally. I hope TB12 knows this