The NFL announced their season and the Patriots are slated to take on the Buccaneers. That brought up a big deal within the Tom Brady fan base, especially when it comes to his father Tom Brady Sr.

Brady Sr. kind of let it all out when he called into 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Zolak and Bertrand show. Tom Brady’s dad dragged the Patriots as he gave them zero chance in their fourth game against Tampa Bay.

I saw the schedule come out last night and I started salivating when I saw that we’re playing the Patriots in the fourth game of the season, and we’re coming up here to make our record 4-0 after the fourth game. It’s a pretty fun time.”

“Coming back home to Boston, it’s our second home here. The Patriots are our second favorite team. It’s a game where we get to root against nobody. We get to root for the Patriots, but our most favorite team, of course, is the Buccaneers, so we expect to beat the Patriots rather handily, frankly.


Tom Brady didn’t come down on his former team quite as hard as his father did, but he did make one clever comment. While posting a cartoon of himself wearing Buccaneers’ colors at Gillette Stadium, he captioned it with: “It’s like when your high school friends meet your college friends.”

We’ll have to see how next season turns out. Tom Brady is obviously ready, and so is his father.

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