Tom Brady has been accused of committing a foul play after the playoff game on Monday, where the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were defeated convincingly at Raymond James Stadium in Florida.
Brady, widely known as the greatest quarterback of all-time, deliberately tripped Dallas Cowboys defensive back Malik Hooker when he was returning an apparent fumble in the third quarter of the game.
What is Tom Brady doing? pic.twitter.com/mIj1jEiWwv
— Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz (@LeBatardShow) January 17, 2023
During the play, Tom Brady slid from behind and targeted the feet of Hooker, which was later ruled as an incomplete pass by the referees.
Tripping is a violation of NFL rules.
“All players are prohibited from tripping an opponent, including the runner,” league rules state.
Fans chimed in, calling it a "dirty play."
Dirty Play By Tom Brady https://t.co/Cp1c80XcNz
— JESSE (With No “i”) (@Mr4thAndLong) January 17, 2023
Despite the clear violation of rules, Tom Brady was not flagged for a penalty on the play. Despite no penalty on the play, some fans predicted that Brady would draw a fine.
might catch a fine for that one https://t.co/kjXcbUcpc5
— charles (parodied) mcdonald (@FourVerts) January 17, 2023
The 31-14 home playoff loss by the Tampa Bay Bucs goes down as one of the worst losses in Brady's career. Brad threw a red zone interception early in the game and the team was never able to recover.
Tom Brady getting so pissed at himself after an interception that he slaps his own helmet is my love language. pic.twitter.com/VXZZ5xn3k9
— Adam Best (@Arrowhead_Adam) January 17, 2023
There is much speculation that this could be Brady's last game playing for Tampa. Many think it's a possibility he rejoins his old New England offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels who is now coaching the Las Vegas Raiders. Others have linked him to the Jets and Dolphins, signaling a return to the AFC East.
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