Ahead of 2021 Super Bowl, Tom Brady Reads Mean Tweets Directed At Him
Tom Brady would be playing in yet another Super Bowl as starting quarterback against the Chiefs.
Before the big game, he had six Super Bowl rings, 14 Pro Bowl nods, three All-Pro selections, and three MVP’s to his name. This is just scratching the surface with all Brady has accomplished in his 21-year NFL career. Not to mention, he had to work to get here. The journey wasn’t easy.
Brady was drafted in the sixth round by the Patriots in 2000 out of the University of Michigan, being passed over by literally every NFL team up until the Pats. When he was given the opportunity in New England, he ran with it and has racked up accolade after accolade.
But with all that success, unfortunately there’s been haters. And Brady encountered a few via the form of Tweets as he reads some on the popular ‘Mean Tweets‘ segment on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Messed up! But, per usual as he does on the field, Brady took it like a champ and would venture on to the Super Bowl on a national stage hoping to get another crack at another championship. Meanwhile, haters stayed behind a keyboard behind their screens being, well, mean.
Oh, and as you enjoy Super Bowl commercials, here was an ad Brady released before the Super Bowl where he and Gronk reenacted the decision to come to Tampa. It’s hilarious:
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