Tom Brady won't allow Patriots fans to move on, posts clips from Super Bowl comeback

Tom Brady may have thrown out the New England Patriots through a free agency earlier this month, but that doesn’t mean he’s finished admiring the team’s fans.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ new quarterback spent Sunday watching Super Bowl LI – yes, of course, that is where Brady and the Patriots were trailing 28-3 in the third quarter to beat the Atlanta Falcons in extra time – and screenshots and videos post highlights from the game to his Instagram story.

Look, we all get things to do while we quarantine during the corona virus pandemic. Brady, who recently filmed a public service announcement for the NFL’s #StayHomeStayStrong campaign is no different from the rest of us (at least this way). And he’s certainly not the only athlete who fills time by reliving the glory of the past.

And, yes, on February 5, 2017, the game was perhaps Brady’s best hour, which says a lot for a man who has won six Super Bowls and enjoyed a multitude of other memorable moments during an NFL career that entered his third decade. .

But to post clips of that game on social media and comments like “Why am I nervous?” after the Falcons took a 28-3 lead and “I’m not crying, you’re crying” after James White scored the winning touchdown. Isn’t that much?

Come on man. Can’t you just let those poor Patriots fans go on?

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