Tom Brady on spat with Josh McDaniels: It’s just football

AP

There’s nothing to see here, according to Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. Brady blew up at offensive Josh McDaniels early in Sunday’s 23-3 victory over the Bills.

It’s just football,” Brady said, via Zack Cox of NESN. “We’ve been around each other a lot. I love Josh.”

Brady threw behind wide receiver Brandin Cooks on a third-down pass from the Buffalo 32 in the first quarter. McDaniels appeared to use the words “wide open” when Brady got to the sideline, and the quarterback erupted.

The Patriots settled for a field goal.

“It’s nothing,” Brady added. “It’s just football. We’re two competitive people. That’s just the way it goes.”

Brady completed 21 of 30 passes for 258 yards with no touchdowns and an interception, but the Patriots rushed for 191 yards.

13 responses to “Tom Brady on spat with Josh McDaniels: It’s just football

  1. That was pretty obvious, and I’m not a lip reader. “I *%^&** KNOW!!!”

    Nobody wants to be told the obvious in that situation.

  2. Wow, if the prima donnas become unglued when they’re leading, imagine the fun we’ll see when they are sent home in the playoffs!

  3. You don’t know much about the Pats. Bragh. Brady receives brutal criticism which allows others on the team to be criticized brutally, as contrasted to the Seahawks where Russell Wilson’s fragile self-esteem is protected while the defense is brutally criticized.

  4. Brutal? Oh jeez, come on. Brady has hissy fits several times every season. If he’s so great, why would they be “brutally criticizing” him? He is Michael Irvin and Chad Johnson rolled together as one at Quarter Back.

  5. negadelphianinjersey says:
    December 3, 2017 at 6:47 pm
    “It’s just that I’m above being questioned. I get to tell the refs when to throw the flag. I can do no wrong”

    Punk.
    ______

    Awwww. Poor baby upset that the Pats won again?

  6. negadelphianinjersey says:
    December 3, 2017 at 4:46 pm
    He should be dealt with on the field. Take that knee out. He deserves a career ending injury, Stingley style, preferably.

    negadelphianinjersey says:
    December 3, 2017 at 6:47 pm

    Punk.
    ________________________________________________

    Hysterical, the db that wants to see a player turned into a quadriplegic is calling someone else a punk. Your mindless jealousy and hate fueled trolling was one thing but you’ve finally crossed over to the level of truly vile. Congrats, you’ve gone from an object of rueful pity to totally disgusting.

  7. Wheels are coming off in Cheatborough
    ——
    Yes. Improving to 54-10 (.844) in the month of December is a sure sign that the wheels are coming off.

  8. laserw says:

    December 3, 2017 at 6:54 pm

    Wow, if the prima donnas become unglued when they’re leading, imagine the fun we’ll see when they are sent home in the playoffs!
    ——————-
    That ain’t happening buddy.. Patriots will win it again! I’ve got $600 on it…

    -Raider fan

  9. sends a message. when you demand perfection from yourself and team mates in a meaningless situation, they have the guts to follow you when your down by 25 late in the bowl.

  10. Probably a small picture being painted as to why the Patriots or so good. They are going to playoffs, they have hoarded Super Bowls, they are sweeping all before them, yet McDaniels feels the need to chastise probably the greatest QB of the modern era when the game is only really just started and there’s plenty of time to put things right. Interesting don’t you think. Anybody would think he just had a pick six to lose the game.

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