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Tom Brady just destroyed Aaron Rodgers and the Packers on Twitter

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tom Brady went to town with a meme generator and absolutely walloped Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers.

Tom Brady is the GOAT. The ultimate Super Bowl MVP. And master of memes?

He might deserve that last title after his outstanding use of the Brooks Koepka meme that swept through Twitter on Wednesday.

Brady and Phil Mickelson just announced the return of The Match. This year the pair will battle Aaron Rodgers and Bryson DeChambeau. Brady is already having fun with the friendly rivalry.

The pièce de résistance, however, was a shot at Rodgers’ fractured relationship with the Packers.

Tom Brady roasted the Packers for kicking a field goal in the NFC title game

That’s a reference to the Packers’ controversial decision to kick a field goal with a trip to the Super Bowl on the line instead of going for a touchdown on fourth-and-goal with two minutes to go against the Buccanneers.

The questionable decision didn’t work out. Tampa Bay got the ball back ahead five and ran down the clock with ease.

Rodgers was less than thrilled with the strategy. After the game, he said it wasn’t his decision.

Lack of input in decision-making in the organization just happens to be part of the quarterback’s dispute with the team this offseason. At present, he does not plan to play for the Packers in 2021.

The sentiment was beautifully accurate, though Brady got one thing wrong. Green Bay was down by eight.

Brady was also self-aware enough to take a swipe at himself.

Maybe the best thing to come out of Brady’s departure from the Patriots, besides the memorable Super Bowl win and all that, is his ability to let it fly on social media.

Jokester Brady has been unleashed and he’s given it his all.

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