Tom Brady understands how to get under his opponents’ skin. The Atlanta Falcons, who will face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 2 of the 2021 NFL season, are one of the best examples of this point.
Is Tom Brady teasing the Atlanta Falcons ahead of their Week 2 showdown?
The seven-time Super Bowl champion reminisced on Tampa Bay’s 31-29 victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday night, after becoming the first player in NFL history to make 300 career regular-season starts last week. Brady went to 6-0 versus the Cowboys in his career, breaking a tie with Joe Montana (5-0) for the greatest record by a starting quarterback against the team. Despite the fact that the Buccaneers and Falcons don’t play until Sunday, Brady appears to be mocking the Falcons with a possible allusion to the New England Patriots’ comeback from a 28-3 deficit in Super Bowl LI to defeat Tampa Bay 34-28, the biggest comeback in Super Bowl history.
3 minutes, 28 seconds might be an all-too-convenient time for Brady to be looking ahead to a game versus the Falcons. Look at the clock on his computer screen, which is located slightly above his right shoulder. Brady begins Week 2 with an 8-0 record versus the Falcons, including the Super Bowl victory. Since 1950, he may become only the sixth quarterback to go 9-0 or better against a single opponent. In that time, he’s thrown 19 touchdown passes and only three interceptions. After a 32-6 setback to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, the Falcons travel to Tampa Bay. Atlanta scored the fewest points in a season opener since 2007. The Buccaneers come into this divisional battle with a nine-game winning streak dating back to last season (including playoffs).
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