Patriots quarterback Tom Brady scored a 96 in the Madden NFL 20 player ratings and he is far from happy with that. The quarterback wants a correction to his speed rating.
First, he shamed a Twitter troll who sad they’re faster than Brady, and then posted a video “evidence” of himself running his 40-yard dash.
Brady is well aware of the criticism he’s been receiving lately. Critics crossed the red line last year, and Dana White was one of the many to stand by Brady’s side.
“Everybody was talking sh*t this year,” White said. “Everybody was talking, ‘Oh, he should retire. Oh, the Patriots suck, they can’t win a game.’ We’re heading into another AFC Championship and if we win I think that’s 8 straight AFC Championships. And, it’s a record and he’s going to another Super Bowl. So, shut up!! He’s shoving it up all the haters’ asses one more time and I love it.”
When it comes to retiring, Brady wants to play until he’s 45. Hopefully, his plans will become reality.
“I’ve set a goal for myself at 45. Like I’ve said before, it’s very hard to make it that far. I know how hard it was this year and the commitment it takes, and hopefully, I’ve learned from some of the things that happened this year to be better next year. But every year is tough.”
The quarterback is super excited about the upcoming season, and he has a few reasons to look forward to it. The Patriots have huge chances of winning the Super Bowl again, and that’s what makes the whole thing even more interesting.
“As is the norm, Patriots quarterbacks and players recovering from injuries are among those who report for training camp earlier than the regular veteran reporting date (July 24),” ESPN’s Mike Reiss writes. “So that essentially means this is the final weekend for Brady to fill the tank with family/personal time before he begins the grind of his 20th season. That is how Brady has described his approach over the past two offseasons, which he believes allows him to be his best self in attacking all the demands of a football season. It worked well for him in 2018, and now with his 42nd birthday approaching Aug. 3, I can already envision his first motivational Instagram post/tweet as he makes his way to Gillette Stadium next week as part of the early reporting group. Those close to him describe him as being as excited as ever.”