Tom Brady likes beating the Giants the most, the Patriots the least


Now that Tom Brady has beaten every NFL team, the latest edition of the Let’s [Expletive Deleted] Go! podcast included an important question for Brady.

Which team does he like beating the best, and which team does he like beating the least?

“Holy cow, that’s a good question,” Brady told Jim Gray. “The team I would love to beat the most is the Giants, there’s no doubt about that, because they’ve taken away some really, you know, I’ve always joked with Eli [Manning] but, yeah, and I think he likes that I bring it up all the time. So to bring it up again, I do not like losing to those guys, so when we beat them I love that. And the team I like to beat the least is obviously the Patriots. Again, those are my guys, man. Those are the other warriors that I went to battle with for so long. I’ve had a lot of battles over the years with different teams, there’s a lot of mutual respect in pro sports, but glad I’m through with the one last night.”

Brady didn’t finish his thought about beating the Giants. Obviously, he regards the Giants as a team that took away two rings from him, because they did. In games the Patriots should have won.

In seven weeks, Brady will get another chance to beat the Giants. November 22. Monday Night Football. Let’s [expletive deleted] go!

6 responses to “Tom Brady likes beating the Giants the most, the Patriots the least

  1. How would he know if he likes beating the Giants the most? He’s never done it when the money was on the table.

  2. As a GIANTS fan, the only way I can take this is as an honor.

    That man is the GOAT. There will NEVER be another Football player that will be as great as he is, or accomplish what he has accomplished.

  3. Makes sense. I would think if they asked a Bills fan they would want to beat Brady the most. Indy fan, Denver fan, Jets fan, Fins fan, Saints fan, Falcons…maybe every team in the league.

  4. With that logic, I assume the Eagles are the second team he likes beating the most and follow that by the Jets or teams in the division.

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