The NFL better beware: Tom Brady is back! After serving his ‘Deflate Gate’ suspension, the New England Patriots quarterback returned to the NFL in a big way. He and the Pats demolished Cleveland Browns and this might just the beginning!
The FirstEnergy Stadium is beautiful Cleveland could barely hold the action as the New England Patriots kicked off the Tom Brady, 39, comeback tour on Oct. 9 with a clash against the Cleveland Browns. Despite being in Ohio, most of the fans were clearly on #TeamBrady, as they cheered his triumphant return to the NFL!
When Tom connected with Martellus Bennett, 30, for his first touchdown of the season, it was as if he had won another Super Bowl. The Browns weren’t just going to roll over and play dead, as they fought back against the Pats as best as they could. However, it was all in vain. By the end, New England had pulverized their opponents. The final score was 33-13.
Tom was clearly feeling great about his performance. He even busted out a dance move during the game, pulling off his own version of The Dab. Somebody better tell Cam Newton, 27!
Going into this game, many experts predicted the match to be a bloodbath. Insiders speculated that Tom would use this as an opportunity to remind every football fan why he’s often considered the greatest QB of all time. “Thanks to [NFL Commissioner] Roger Goodell, Tom Brady is going to kill us all,” an unnamed defensive coach in the AFC said, according to the Bleacher Report.
The last time Tom officially stepped on the field was for the AFC Championship game between the Pats and the Denver Broncos on Jan. 24, 2016. Denver and Peyton Manning, 40, would win that game (and go on to take Super Bowl 50.) Sadly, it would be the last time those two legendary QBs would play each other, as Peyton would retire shortly after winning the NFL championship.
From here, the 4-1 Patriots return to Gillette Stadium for Tom’s homecoming. The Pats will face the Cincinnati Bengals. The Browns will try to recover from this embarrassment with a pair of road games. They’ll play the Tennessee Titans on Oct. 16 before taking on the Bengals in a “Battle of Ohio.” Will the Browns, who are 0-5, finally manage to score a win?
Are you happy with the winner of this game, HollywoodLifers? Do you think the Patriots will make it to the Super Bowl this year?