Julian Edelman’s Tweet About Tom Brady Is Going Viral

Julian Edelman’s tweet that focused on Tom Brady was pretty good and now it is going nearly viral. The Patriots were able to finally take care of business in a big way on Sunday against the New York Jets. They won the game in a convincing 54-13 fashion and it was never in question from the start. While it was clear that the Patriots were the better team, they do still have some stuff to work on going forward.

But outside of the Patriots game on Sunday, the Monday Night Football crew was pretty good. Tom Brady had an appearance on ManningCast and had some pretty humorous things to say about the game and defense. But he was not the only one that was active. Tom Brady’s former teammate Julian Edelman also took to Twitter to send out a banger.

This was in response to Brady’s appearance.

Julian Edelman’s Tweet About Tom Brady Is Going Viral

Brady made some pretty funny comments during the game. One of his best was on the defense and what it was like seeing them in a team meeting.

“Have you been to some of those defensive meeting rooms?’’ Brady said, “I mean you wonder why they play defense, and after about two minutes you go, ‘Yep, they could never be an offensive player.’ Defense is kind of like a dog chasing a car. Just get the guy with the ball.”

Pretty good stuff.

He also commented on the Saint’s QB jersey.

“That jersey on Peyton is looking a little tighter than I remember.”

And also mentioned Gronk. “Just run away from the guys in the other color jerseys. How hard is that?”

As for the Patriots, Bill Belichick was very happy with his team’s performance.

“Sometimes it’s a little different in the game because the aggressiveness of the defense might be different than what the aggressiveness is of the scout team,” Belichick said after the game. “So sometimes some of those plays are really designed to get everybody up and then get behind them. You don’t always get that reaction in practice but again, generally speaking some of our one-time plays, misdirection or double-passes, things like that, those guys have executed them pretty well in practice. So I have confidence in them.”