The New England Patriots won the Super Bowl this year, and it was their fifth championship win in the Tom Brady-Bill Belichick era. The offseason training is about to start, and Brady was concerned about all the people who forgot who the reigning Super Bowl champions are. That’s why he provided a nice reminder for everybody.
The Patriots quarterback took to Twitter to share an
update on his offseason training. It wasn’t innocent at all, and Brady knew
what he was doing. We bet haters won’t like it at all.
Right before strapping on his favorite helmet, Brady pulled out a remnant from the Patriots last championship win. Brady played really well on that one, and we are already making predictions regarding the first hater to call him out.
Winning the Super Bowl was a brilliant thing, and
Brady saw it coming. 2018 wasn’t his best season, but had an excellent game.
“Yeah, it is a great feeling,” he said prior to the Super Bowl. “I
think we have overcome a lot this year. Down but not out, and we found a way to
play our best the last four games – Buffalo, Jets, had the bye, played great
against the Chargers and played really well today. We are going to need one
more great game. That was a great way to end it. I was probably as excited as I
have been in a long time. A lot of things, one play here or one play there could
change everything, but that is football. I am just proud of our team.”
The New England Patriots are well aware of all the
criticizm sent to their address.
“Tom said it, so I can comment on it — yeah, everybody does
think we suck, everybody thinks we don’t have enough,” Phillip Dorsett said. “But the only thing that
matters is what we think in this room and we believe. When you have a whole
group of guys that believes, it can be a special thing. So we have to keep
playing, keep going hard.”
“We’ve been hearing things like that forever now for a few
years. So we just laugh at it, whatever they say, and we just keep moving
forward,” now-retired tight end Rob Gronkowski added.
“It’s fine, people can count us out,” Chris Hogan said. “The guys in this locker
room, we believe in each other, we believe in ourselves and our abilities.”