Tom Brady and Patriots OC Bill O’Brien Got Into A Heated Argument (Video)
Tom Brady passed for an impressive 357 yards and three touchdowns during yesterday’s 34-27 victory over the Washington Redskins. However, it was the one interception he threw in the Redskin’s end zone during the Pats’ final drive that irked offensive coordinator Bill O’Brien.
With the Pats leading by a touchdown late in the fourth quarter, Brady drove his offense all the way down to the Redskins’ four-yard line. At that point, a touchdown or field-goal would have put New England up by two scores and all but solidified the road victory for them. Instead, Brady did the worst thing he possible could have done in that situation; throw an interception.
After returning to the bench following his error, Brady had some words for wide receiver Tiquan Underwood, who was the intended receiver on the play. Those words seemed to make an already angry O’Brien even more upset with his quarterback, leading to a heated argument between the two of them.
Luckily for Brady, Underwood, O’Brien and the rest of the Pats players, their defense was able to make one final stand, intercepting a Rex Grossman pass in the red zone during the final seconds to secure the victory. And when it was all said and done, Brady and O’Brien were able to put aside their differences, hug it out, and enjoy the win.
Here is a look at the sideline altercation between Brady and O’Brien.