Tom Brady Takes Hilarious Shot At Jacoby Brissett On Instagram
October 9, 2019
quarterback Tom Brady likes to take a shot at people on Instagram. This time it
was Jacoby Brissett.
signal-caller posted a photo of himself getting ready for the Indianapolis’
game for the weekend. Brady used the opportunity to roast Brissett about his
pants. Yes, you read that right.
“Love those pants! Did they have any that fit you?” Brady said.
and Jimmy Garoppolo still have a group chat. They have been playing together in
New England, and their friendship is still alive despite the fact that they
play on different teams.
“It’s the same humor that we shared in the QB room. It was just
three guys that all got along very well. We played off each other well, too. It
was funny,” Garoppolo said in one of his interviews.
“We’re still close. I don’t think we need to be around each
other to be tight,” Brissett added.
doing a really good job with the team. Indianapolis Colts general
manager Chris Ballard says “the fourth-season pro has never wavered and never
flinched in the face of a 2019 season nobody saw coming.”
“He prepares — he’s
always prepared like the starter,” Ballard said. “And I remember
saying this during Andrew’s (Luck’s) press conference when he retired that,
look, Jacoby won’t flinch. And he hasn’t flinched. He’s played really good
football — he’s played winning football for us each and every week.”
Every week, the former Patriot has had two or more passing
touchdowns and he’s the only quarterback in the NFL to do that in the first quarter of the season. Brissett’s
put together 911 yards passing, he’s completing 65.2 percent of his passes and
his 10 touchdowns are tied for first in the league. One of the players he’s
tied with is ChiefsPatrick Mahomes.
For the first time in his professional career, Brissett will play
the Chiefs when he and the Colts make their way to Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday
night. As the Chiefs have a perfect 4-0 record, the Colts are tied for first through last in
a muddled AFC South at 2-2 along with the other teams of the division.