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Things did not start too swimmingly for Tom Brady and the 10-1 New England Patriots against the Houston Texans on “Sunday Night Football.”

Up 3-0 in the first quarter, Brady was picked off by Bradley Roby. Houston took advantage of that pick by scoring a touchdown and taking a 7-3 lead.

After his Patriots failed to do anything on their next drive, Houston drove down the field 80-plus yards for a touchdown to go up 14-3.

A clearly frustrated Brady could be seen calling his wide receivers out while all of this was going down.

In the midst of one of the worst stretches of his career, it’s not a surprise that the football world reacted to Brady’s sideline antics. Here’s the best responses.

Brady might not have the weapons, but he’s surely looking like a detriment to the Pats’ hopes of repeating as champs.

Including Sunday night’s start, Brady has accounted for eight passing touchdowns and six interceptions since Week 3.

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