It’s a scene all too common in the NFL: Starting quarterbacks meeting near the 50-yard line to exchange pleasantries following four quarters of play. A scene that sometimes includes Tom Brady…it just depends on who the other quarterback is.
Following a week-5 loss to the Bears, Brady opted to head to the locker room instead of meeting counterpart Nick Foles at midfield. The same quarterback Brady snubbed after a loss to the Eagles in Super Bowl 52.
Following Monday nights loss to the Rams, Brady was spotted making a bee-line to the locker room from the sidelines as winning quarterback Jared Goff wait at midfield.
Brady’s childish actions reek of spoiled brat who cannot fathom losing to a team with a quarterback owning a less-than-hall-of-fame resume.
Brady has defied the odds as a sixth round draft pick turned multi-time Super Bowl champion and MVP. The resume is incredible, but his mid-field snubs are also an example of what not to do.
Gracious in defeat and humble in victory? Not for Tom Brady, whose skills are eroding to the level of his attitude.