Tom Brady Apparently Had Some Strong Sideline Words for Saints Coach

by Hannah Heser
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With an unfortunate loss for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunday night, Tom Brady didn’t control his anger well. Witnesses caught him yelling the “F-bomb” towards Dennis Allen, the Saints coach. Brady reportedly dropped the curse after he threw an interception to Saints’ safety CJ Gardner-Johnson.

Allen is currently filling in for Sean Payton in the head coach spot. Payton recently tested for COVID-19 meaning he missed the big game against the Buccaneers. But with Allen in the top honcho position, the Saints still had little trouble running over Brady and the Buccaneers.

Meanwhile, after Brady threw his interception he went back to the sidelines. Everyone was trying to figure out what he yelled to Allen while he was jogging back. Although, to protect his image he told the press that he yelled, “just football”.

As he reached the sidelines he went to sit on the bench to see the upcoming plays. And seconds later, he threw the iPad on the sidelines in an act of anger.

“Gonna go out on a limb and say that tablet is broken. Tom Brady is not happy tonight,” Ari Meirov tweeted last night.

Everybody has off days and that’s never the end of the world. But when it comes to Brady having a bad game, his whole attitude changes. The Saints felt his rage.

How Tom Brady Felt With the Loss

The New York Post shares an interview with Brady on the situation.

“Didn’t do much of anything right,” Brady said. “I wish it was just one thing. It was a lot of things. We just didn’t play well enough and we’re not going to win scoring no points.”

During the game, Brady threw the ball 48 times while only completing 28 of them. He also lost two of his top wide-receivers, Mike Evans and Chris Godwin to unfortunate injuries in the game. To make matters worse, Brady also lost his top running back, Leonard Fournette in the third quarter as well. These unfortunate injuries helped the Saints win 9 to 0.

According to ESPN, “Tampa Bay Buccaneers closes as an 11.5 favorite, tied for the second-largest favorite to be shut out in the Super Bowl era since 1966.”

Given that the spectacular play of the Saints defense and Tampa losing seven starters, no wonder this wasn’t one of Brady’s best games.

Predictions For the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Vs. Carolina Pantherns Game

On Sunday, December 26 the Tampa Bay Buccaneers takes on the Carolina Panthers. Will Tom Brady fix what happened and will they have their starters back? Tune in this Sunday.

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