New England Patriots, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tom Brady’s dad already trash talking Patriots for son’s return to Foxborough

With the New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers ready to face off in Week 4, Tom Brady’s dad isn’t wasting time delivering some proverbial jabs. 

Come Oct. 3, the New England Patriots will host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a Week 4 showdown that millions of folks can’t wait for. It will mark the return of Tom Brady to his old stomping grounds after he left Gillette Stadium to sign with the Bucs last offseason.

After winning the Super Bowl in his first year in Florida, Brady is all set to try and repeat. First, he’ll return to Foxborough for an emotional homecoming. Brady’s dad is ready for that game to arrive, and he’s wasting no time in trying to get in Bill Belichick’s head.

Tom Brady’s dad is looking forward to his son taking on the Patriots in Week 4

If you ask the elder Brady, Tampa Bay is going to cruise to a big-time victory over New England in early October. At the same time, Brady’s dad didn’t waste any time in admitting that the Pats are his favorite team in the AFC, while the Bucs of course are his go-to squad in the NFC.

It goes without saying, but there will be so many emotional folks in the stands for this showdown. After spending 20 years with New England, Brady means so much to the Patriots fanbase and community. It was his first home out of college and everyone welcomed him in with open arms.

After winning six Super Bowls with New England as well, it makes him an absolute legend throughout Massachusetts. Brady’s dad will surely make his way to Gillette Stadium for this one. He shouldn’t be surprised to have countless fans offer to buy him a beer if they see him before kickoff too.

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