The best thing that happened in the first half of the Pro Bowl Sunday was, by far, when Drew Brees’ sons started fighting on the sideline during an interview.
The two younger kids were literally pounding on each other as their older brother was being interviewed about his experience as the team’s ball boy.
The Brees Boys stealing the show on the #ProBowl sidelines. 😂
📺: ESPN pic.twitter.com/Mw9RhyTXlH
— NFL (@NFL) January 28, 2018
Afterward, Brees went straight into dad mode and chewed out his kids, especially because one of his sons went out onto the field.
Not surprisingly, Twitter had a field day with this.
Drew Brees kids brother-fighting on TV has been the best part of the #ProBowl.
— Bruhette (@AzSportsGirl63) January 28, 2018
This makes me want to punch my own brother right now https://t.co/YI5xylKtb7
— Dianna Russini (@diannaESPN) January 28, 2018
Seeing Drew Brees punish his kid on the sidelines is all worth tuning into the first Pro Bowl I've watched in years.
— Seth Kaplan (@Seth_Kaplan) January 28, 2018
The @drewbrees boys are hitting harder on the sideline than the Pro Bowlers are on the field. Fact.
— John DeShazier (@JohnDeShazier) January 28, 2018
That was awesome. Drew Brees was being interviewed and his three little boys were wrestling with each other on the sideline. After the interview, he took his boys aside and pointed to the stands, I am sure right where their mother was sitting. #EveryParentsNightmare
— WhyWeCan'tHaveNiceStuff (@talk1776) January 28, 2018
Drew Brees’ son preps for tonight’s Royal Rumble by delivering vicious elbow to his brother while dad is interviewed during ridiculous exhibition game. pic.twitter.com/17MrcpO7cL
— Jimmy Traina (@JimmyTraina) January 28, 2018
Lmao Drew Brees was legit pissed at his kid
— Austyn (Cazz)🤨 (@CazzISaidSo) January 28, 2018
Drew brees was tellin his son he was going to send him up to his momma with the straight face 😂😂😂
— Fab (@FabioCorleone87) January 28, 2018
It was truly a memorable scene. And it’s one we’re sure Brees and his sons won’t soon forget.