The Tom Brady comeback continues! After a successful return to the NFL following his ‘Deflate Gate’ suspension, Tom will play his first home game on Oct. 16. The Cincinnati Bengals better be ready. It’s going to get wild so click to watch.
Someone better tell the Dropkick Murphys to play “I’m Shipping Up To Boston” because Tom Brady, 39, is coming home. After shedding any doubt, the New England Patriots quarterback will return to Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts for the first time this NFL season.
The Pats will roll out the welcome mat for the Cincinnati Bengals for this game, but the New England hospitality will end when they meet on the gridiron. The game is set for 1:00 PM ET and you know it’s going to get loud.
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After being benched for a month due to his role in the “Deflate Gate” controversy, Tom roared back into the NFL, throwing 28-40 for 406-yards and 3 touchdowns, per CBS Boston. While no one expected the winless Browns to put up a challenge, Cincinnati (the other team from Ohio) doesn’t pose any greater a threat.
The striped-squad has lost their last six games at New England’s home turf. Throw in Chris Hogan, 27, and Martellus Bennett, 29, emerging as two new deadly tools in Brady’s arsenal, and it’s not looking good for Cincy.
Though, just because they’re the favorites in this game, the Pats aren’t going to sleep on the Bengals – not if coach Bill Belichick, 64, has anything to say about it. The Pats coach said Cincy’s defensive tackle Geno Atkins, 28, “one of the most disruptive players in the league,” and someone who could give Tom a headache during this homecoming, per Boston.com. He also called Cincy’s A.J. Green, 28, “an elite player” before saying the wide receiver has “no weak points in his game.” For the sake of Bengals fans everywhere, here’s hoping Belichick is right.
Who do you think will win this game, HollywoodLifers? Will Brady and the Pats pound the Bengals into the Foxborough turf or will Cincy ruin Tom’s homecoming?