WATCH: Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski Hilariously Recreate Viral ‘Bad Boys’ Video

by Chris Haney
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On Sunday night, Tampa Bay Buccaneers teammates Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski recreated their viral “Bad Boys” video following their NFC Championship win.

The longtime teammates originally created the viral video as New England Patriots during the 2018 postseason. The clip Brady shared on Sunday was a re-enactment of the duo’s video they made after their AFC Championship victory. The Patriots ironically won against the Kansas City Chiefs in overtime to punch their ticket to Super Bowl LIII. Now, as Buccaneers teammates, Brady and Gronkowski will face the Chiefs in this year’s Super Bowl.

The Buccaneers quarterback posted the late-night video on social media. It showed himself and the tight end walking towards the team airplane to leave Green Bay after their NFC Championship victory.

Even though Brady and Gronkowski didn’t say anything in the video, the soundtrack in the background spoke for them.

“We ain’t going nowhere, we ain’t going nowhere, we can’t be stopped now, cause it’s bad boy for life,” P. Diddy sings in the 2001 hit.

Regardless of the team they’re playing on or the conference they’re in, nothing has slowed the QB and TE duo down. Once again, they’re back in the big game.

Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski in the Super Bowl… Again

Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski are headed back to the Super Bowl once again. Their jerseys may be different, and they’re representing the NFC champions instead of the AFC champions these days. But not much else has changed for the two future Hall of Famers.

Only two seasons ago, it looked like both of the players could be calling it quits on their careers. Many assumed they would go out on top after winning Super Bowl LIII against the Los Angeles Rams. Gronkowski did retire, but Brady played one more season in New England last year. However, inner turmoil within the organization led Brady to jump ship to Tampa Bay this past offseason. Not long after, Gronkowski came out of retirement to join his longtime quarterback on the Buccaneers.

So far, the two players’ transition to play in Florida has worked out. In their first season, they’ve already reached the Super Bowl.

Last night, both players showed their worth. Brady finished the game 20-for-36 with 280 passing yards and three touchdown passes. Gronkowski only had one catch, but it came at the perfect time for a 29-yard first down to keep an important drive alive.

Brady is now playing in his tenth Super Bowl, and is looking to add to his already insane six Super Bowl championships. Gronkowski will be playing in his fifth Super Bowl, and looking to add a fourth Super Bowl ring to his collection.

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