Patriots quarterback Tom Brady likes to surprise fans with his posts, and let’s just say he’s been all over social media this offseason. TB12 worked out all the time, but he always had enough time to write something on Twitter or Instagram. This time the quarterback shared a video of him firing a gun, and he shouted out Patrick Mahomes.
We all remember
Brady’s meeting with Mahomes after the AFC Championship game. Brady went to his
rivals’ locker room in order to talk with Mahomes. Was it a meeting of mutual
respect or was it a meeting of encouragement?
“I think it was a little bit of both,” Mahomes said. “It was
such a great game with so many emotions where it was going back and forth at
the end. I feel like he just came up to me and was kind saying, ‘Good game,’
and everything like that. I mean, he was in my place (earlier in his
career). He was young. He got to win the Super Bowl in his first year with you
(Bruschi) and everybody, so he understands that time, it flies by, just make
sure I put in the work, and I think he saw that I put in the work to be in
Brady didn’t reveal too many details.
“I just went and saw him,” Brady said. “I mean, he’s feeling
like you think he’d feel when you lose a game like this. It hurts. He’s a hell
of a … I mean, what a great young player. So impressed with his poise, his
leadership. He is spectacular.”
It was really
bad and it hurt.
“You have to take in the hurt,” Mahomes said in his postgame press
conference. “You have to accept that this hurts. It’s supposed to hurt. You put
in work for this. You’re doing everything you can to get to the Super Bowl and
to win it. For this opportunity to fall short, it’s going to hurt, and he told
us to accept that. You have to go to through that, but at the same time, when
you look back and then you come back and look at the bigger picture, you know
you can build off this, use this feeling as motivation to go out and find ways
to win next time.”