Tom Brady chastised colleague who was crying after NFC Championship win

Tom Brady chastised colleague who was crying after NFC Championship win

Tom Brady chastised partner who was crying after NFC Championship win There's no crying in baseball. There's likewise no crying in football. At any rate not until winning a Super Bowl. Showing up on the All Things Covered Podcast with Bryant McFadden and Patrick Peterson, Buccaneers linebacker Lavonte David recounted a story from the Tampa Bay storage space following the NFC Championship prevail upon the Packers. "At the point when I understood that it was genuine, when I understood it resembled the wide range of various stuff doesn't actually make a difference except if it's the Super Bowl resembled after we won the NFC Championship," David said. "You know me, I was all glad and sh-t, it was my first. I'm geeked up. At that point like I surmise someone was crying. Furthermore, I surmise like, I heard [Brady], much the same as, 'What the f–k you sobbing for? We not done at this point.'" The remark stood out enough to be noticed. "He's correct," David said. "He's correct. You know, I had a little two tears, as well. So I cleaned my sh-t, as well. . . . We actually got work to do." That is a substantial illustration of the elusive benefit of having Brady in the storage space. It's administration. It's responsibility. It's ensuring nobody gets happy with something besides arriving at the highest point of the mountain. It's one reason why it will be hard to pick against the Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV, no mater how great the Chiefs at present are. Furthermore, they are.

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