On Sunday night, Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady was caught yelling at the sidelines. When social media slowed down the video, they noticed he seemed to tell the Saints coach to ‘go fuck himself.’
He elected to not speak on the moment after the game, but has since changed his mind.
During the latest episode of the Let’s Go! podcast, Brady explained what actually happened by the Saints’ sideline.
“Oh, we were just exchanging pleasantries,” Brady said, via Rod Walker. “It was a nice night in Tampa. We were just wonderfully, in the heat of the moment, expressing, uh, I wouldn’t say pleasantries, but we were very competitive in that moment. It was emotional. So that’s just football players being football players”
Brady couldn’t do much against that Saints defense on Sunday night. He completed 26-of-48 passes for 214 yards and an interception and the Bucs failed to score a single point all night long. Not helping matters was the offense losing several weapons throughout the game.
“They’re pretty good, they have a really good defense — really good scheme, they are tough to go against,” he said, via CBS Sports. “They are well-coached, have a lot of great players — a lot of veteran players that have played together for a long time. They did a great job.”
Brady and the Buccaneers will hope to get back on track when they face the Carolina Panthers on Sunday.
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