Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers had a game to forget in Week 14.
After throwing a pair of interceptions and losing in a 35-7 beatdown with more family and friends in attendance for Brady’s hometown 49ers, Dre Greenlaw asked Brady to sign the ball he intercepted off of him during the game.
Despite being upset about the interception, Tom Brady showed how much of a good sport he was by signing that ball. Via David Lombardi, Brady got brutally honest on the situation with Greenlaw, calling it “complete s**t” but agreeing to sign the autograph because he considers himself a “gentleman.”
“It was s— for me, to be honest. It was complete s—. But I try to be a gentleman.
“I’m happy he’s got the ball. I wish I didn’t throw it, but I’m trying to be a good sport. Because a lot of times I’m not a good sport. I can be a pretty bad sport.”
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Brady understood the significance of the interception for the linebacker. To make sure that doesn’t happen again, he likely needs to stop throwing INT’s, especially if he wants his below .500 Bucs to win the division. Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers fell to 6-7.
He completed 34 of 55 passes for 253 yards, with one touchdown and two interceptions. It was his first multi-interception game since Week 10 of last season against Washington.
After throwing just one interception in the first nine weeks of the season, Brady has four picks in his last four games.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.