In a video posted to social media, Tom Brady has a message for the Atlanta Falcons that should have fans shaking in utter fear.
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Tom Brady is coming off an amazing Week 1 victory against the Dallas Cowboys, and he has no intention of slowing down. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback is on a mission to win his ninth title, and it all begins during the regular season.
With a Week 2 game against the Atlanta Falcons on the horizon, Brady sent Falcons supporters a simple — but frightening — warning.
This week, Tom Brady made a sly dig at Falcons supporters.
Following the Buccaneers’ victory against the Cowboys to open the 2021 NFL season, Brady went to Twitter with a little video to pump up Buccaneers supporters. During the 24-second footage, Brady didn’t say anything particularly unusual or noteworthy. It was more generic content designed to pique the interest of fans.
However, a deeper examination reveals that Brady is planning some major mind games with the Falcons. You’ll see the clock is set at 3:28 if you look over Brady’s shoulder during the opening 13 seconds of the Twitter video.
Does this ring a bell?
The Falcons lost a huge lead to Brady and the New England Patriots in Super Bowl 51, and the number “3-28” may be used to symbolize it. When it comes to Brady and Atlanta, it’s an iconic talking point, and one that he’s clearly leaning into.
Since the 28-3 defeat, Tom Brady has only improved.
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In the NFL, defending against Brady is never simple. What’s more worrisome for the Falcons is how much better Brady seems to have become since the infamous 28-3 Super Bowl lead was squandered.
Brady is coming off a season in which he threw for 40 touchdowns in 2020. During Week 1, he seemed at ease throwing the football around against the Cowboys.
To make things worse, after their first significant meeting with Brady in 2016, the Falcons have regressed. Last season, they had the fourth-worst record in the NFL and were completely destroyed by Jalen Hurts and a below-average Philadelphia Eagles squad to start the 2021 season.
When you’re up against a confident, driven, and arrogant Brady, it’s not easy to come out on top.
The Atlanta Falcons are in for a difficult season. Week two
Almost every rookie skill position pick in the top 15 scored a touchdown in their first game.
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Whether they win or lose Tom Brady on Sunday, the Falcons seem to be on the verge of two consecutive losing seasons. Against the Eagles in Week 1, their offense looked weak and sluggish. Matt Ryan, in particular, seemed powerless in the absence of Julio Jones.
Kyle Pitts, a rookie tight end, also failed to make an impression in his NFL debut. There’s still time for him to turn things around this season, but selecting a tight end with the fourth overall pick was always a dangerous decision. A TE can only do so much.
Stopping Brady isn’t impossible, but it’s always easier said than done, as the Falcons have learned. When he throws passes to Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, Antonio Brown, and Rob Gronkowski, the future Hall of Famer is never out of it.
The Falcons defense will have their hands full in Week 2, especially with Brady bringing a little of additional confidence to the game.
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