This could be embarrassing for the Colts. Tom Brady wants to lead his New England Patriots to a ‘blowout’ score against the Indianapolis Colts on Oct. 18 as revenge on their foes for starting the Deflategate scandal, HollywoodLife.com can EXCLUSIVELY reveal. Here’s the juicy details.
Hold on to your balls! Tom Brady, 38, and the New England Patriots want to absolutely demolish the Indianapolis Colts as revenge for the now infamous Deflategate scandal that rocked their image and the NFL in the Oct. 18 Sunday Night Football game, HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned.
“The mentality with the team and Tom Brady for this weekend’s game is to completely blowout the Colts and run up the score,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “They are not saying this publicly, of course, but these are their intentions. If you thought 45 to 7 was a blowout on the AFC Championship Game last season, wait till you see what they have planned for Sunday. Failure is not an option!”
During the AFC Championship game back in Jan. 2015, the Patriots were accused of tampering with footballs by the Colts by deflating them to get their own advantage when on offense. The Patriots beat the Colts 45-7 at the Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts that day, and it left their rivals peeved.
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The stink caused an investigation and saw Tom initially given a 4-game suspension for his alleged part in the scandal. However, after a successful appeal in federal court, the ban was overturned. Now, the Patriots wants revenge.
It should be a great game between these two fierce competitors, and all the action begins at 8.30pm ET. Make sure you don’t miss it!
Meanwhile, despite enduring a difficult year, Tom’s marriage to Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen is still going strong. Reports have suggested the pair were heading for a breakup, but the legendary quarterback silenced those claims in an interview back in Sept. 2015.
“We’re in a great place,” Tom said regarding his relationship. “I’ll just say that. I’m a lucky man. I’ve been very blessed with support from my family and certainly her. There’s no bigger supporter that I have than her and vise versa. I’ve been very blessed to have an incredible relationship with my life partner. I don’t think anything would ever get in the way of that.”
Ah, to be Tom Brady for a day. But do you think today’s game will end in a blowout score for the Patriots? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
— Jon Boon, with reporting by Russ Weakland