Tom Brady swears during postgame press conference after Super Bowl 51
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady dropped an S-bomb during his postgame press conference after an incredible Super Bowl LI performance.
It was an emotional roller coaster during Super Bowl LI, but the New England Patriots were somehow able to make an incredible comeback over the Atlanta Falcons to win in overtime. Needless to say, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady had a lot to process after that game.
Despite getting knocked around and even throwing an interception to Robert Alford that was returned 82 yards for a touchdown, Brady was able to lead his team from down 28-3 to score 31 unanswered points and win in overtime. The future Hall of Fame quarterback finished the game with 466 yards, two touchdowns and that INT on 43-of-62 passing.
Brady had a lot on his mind after the game, and there were times where it looked like he was overcome with emotion. During his postgame press conference, the only thing that Brady could say was “a lot of s**t happened tonight”. You can watch Brady in the postgame press conference in the Twitter video below.
Tom Brady: "There was a lot of shit that happened tonight." pic.twitter.com/6d4rzzZoGa
— Tyler Dunne (@TyDunne) February 6, 2017
After Sunday night’s comeback, Brady and Patriots head coach Bill Belichick have now won a combined five Super Bowl rings, cementing them as the greatest head coach and quarterback duo in NFL history. Brady has now also won four Super Bowl MVP awards, which is more than anyone else has ever won.
He may be turning 40 soon, but Brady doesn’t look like he’s slowing down any time soon, and he’ll be gunning for a sixth Super Bowl ring next year.
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