Tom Brady mocks critics after Patriots' latest evisceration of a playoff opponent: 'Everybody thinks we suck, we can't win any games'
- The New England Patriots routed the Los Angeles Chargers, 41-28, on Sunday to make the AFC Championship.
- After the game, while discussing the Patriots' upcoming matchup with the Kansas City Chiefs, Tom Brady mocked critics who think the Patriots "suck" and "can't win any games."
- The Patriots will have the rare challenge of having to play the AFC Championship on the road when they go into Kansas City to play the Chiefs.
Tom Brady and the New England Patriots added another win to their playoff history, routing the Los Angeles Chargers, 41-28, on Sunday.The final score made the game look closer than it really was. The Patriots went up 35-7 at halftime, moving the ball with ease while their defense suffocated the Chargers. It continued in the second half until the Chargers scored some desperation touchdowns late in the game.Advertisement
After the game, while discussing their upcoming AFC Championship game against the Kansas City Chiefs, Brady mocked critics who wondered if the Patriots' run was finally over.
"I know everyone thinks we suck, we can't win any games," Brady said after crediting the Chiefs. "We'll see."It's a rare moment of transparency from Brady, who tries to stray from making headlines.
Despite a regular season performance that was below his normal standards, Brady looked as sharp as ever on Sunday. He threw 343 yards on 34-of-44 passes, with one touchdown, and led the Patriots downfield plenty of times, only to have his running backs punch in the ball.The Patriots beat the Chiefs in Week 6 this season, but will have to win on the road to make the Super Bowl this season. It seems Brady has plenty of motivation heading into next week.Watch Brady's answer below:Advertisement
Dude. I don't think anyone wants to play an angry Tom Brady.- Savage Boston Sports (@SavageBoston) January 13, 2019
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