Jalen Ramsey knows he’s facing the greatest quarterback of all time on Sunday.
The cornerback had all eyes on him when he showed up to SoFi Stadium in a custom Rams-themed car and suit.
Asked by reporters on Friday whether he’s “a little more amped up” in going against Brady, Ramsey said, “I take every game serious to be honest with you. There’s not one game that’s more important than the other for me, personally. That’s just how I play. Like I love every bit of every game. So I take it all just as serious as any other game. But, it’s definitely cool though. It’s cool to be playing against somebody who you believe is the greatest ever do it.”
Ramsey’s team’s are 2-0 in the regular season against Brady. When told about his record, he was quick to correct it.
“That’s false actually, because he for sure beat me in the AFC Championship game before, which was the most important one,” Ramsey said. “The two regular-season games, I’m not going to say they didn’t matter because I feel like every game matters personally, to me it does. I think this is my fourth time playing Tom. Like I said, he is Tom Brady. He is the greatest to play the game, so there is just a lot of respect there. He does a good job of leading his team, having his team ready to play. That’s one thing that I respect even more is just his team’s always ready. No matter who it is.”