Tom Brady has been hated a ton since he started winning multiple Super Bowls, but it seemed to calm down once he took his talents to Tampa Bay and started showing more of his personality, something that appeared to be frowned upon in New England.
Colorado, Georgia, Indiana, Maryland, Missouri, New York and Pennsylvania and Washington are toward the top of the list when it comes to states that hate Brady the most.
According to the map from BetOnline.ag, no state dislikes Brady more than Georgia, and that is easy to see after he engineered the greatest Super Bowl comeback in history when the team came back from a 28-3 deficit.
He finished that game with 466 passing yards and two touchdown passes. The Falcons haven’t been the same since.
The future Hall of Famer will finish his career with seven Super Bowl championships, three MVPs and five Super Bowl MVPs. He won six of those rings across 20 seasons with the Patriots before winning another last year with the Buccaneers after leaving New England in free agency.
Along the way, Brady amassed 84,520 career passing yards, 624 touchdowns, 7,263 completions — all of which are currently NFL records — and 203 interceptions.
His final season in the league was a glorious one as he piled up 5,316 yards and 43 touchdowns for the Buccaneers.
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