New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady isn’t too happy about how his team’s game against the Buffalo Bills started on Sunday. And we’re not too sure why.
The Patriots’ first possession resulted in a field goal, which came after a horrible red-zone interception by Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor.
Some time in between, Brady himself got heated on the sideline. Here, you will see him barking at offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels.
Tom Brady getting into sorts with Josh McDaniels. pic.twitter.com/HCZuhKevTC
— Rich Hill (@PP_Rich_Hill) December 3, 2017
Obviously, the Twitterverse had some fun with this. And the opinions were split.
Tom Brady is such a “competitor”. That is why I love him. Just let Dez Bryant do this & watch media lose their mind. pic.twitter.com/UkOemNbx3K
— ChuckModi (@ChuckModi1) December 3, 2017
For the “If Cam Newton or [insert name] did that, he’d be crucified” crowd commenting on #Patriots Tom Brady yelling at Josh McDaniels, at least consider context of Brady owning 5 Super Bowl rings and being in conversation as the greatest #NFL player ever. Greatness buys leeway.
— Charles Robinson (@CharlesRobinson) December 3, 2017
— Boulevard Dee (@EminemOverrated) December 3, 2017
Do you think Tom Brady just screamed at Josh McDaniels on the sidelines, “STFU you drafted Tebow!”? #NEvsBUF
— Unclejohnnydanger (@iJohnMayhew) December 3, 2017
Tony Romo Narrating Tom Brady And Josh McDaniels' Sideline Argument Is The Best https://t.co/Nuu0ZWkv9H
— Krusty Sox Sports (@KrustySoxSports) December 3, 2017
“That’s just Tom Brady being Tom Brady. He’s a competitor!”
— Jon Hall (@callme_PapiJ) December 3, 2017
Josh McDaniels: “You lost in the Super Bowl twice to the guy who was benched for Geno Smith.”
Tom Brady: pic.twitter.com/2TQIAT2oSu
— NFL Memes (@NFL_Memes) December 3, 2017
TB12 looks like he screams “I’m Tom Brady” in every argument
— ehwin ?? (@eh_winn) December 3, 2017
Tom Brady: I'm going to have your job let me speak to your manager pic.twitter.com/bNZRKxMyeM
— Rudy (@RudyRay85) December 3, 2017
It wouldn’t be a Sunday (or any day) on Twitter without overreactions. Well done, Tom. Set it on fire.