He’s baaaaaack! Tom Brady has served his ‘Deflate Gate’ suspension and will rejoin the New England Patriots for their Oct. 9 game against the Cleveland Browns. Don’t miss Tom’s first game of the 2016 NFL season – click to watch.
Tom, 39, is back and it’s just in time! After both his replacements – Jimmy Garoppolo, 24, and Jacoby Brissett, 23 — are injured. Leave it to Tom to jump in and lead the New England Patriots in their match against the Cleveland Browns. It’s likely to be the most watched game of the NFL season, so all eyes will be on the FirstEnergy Stadium is scenic Cleveland, Ohio. The game starts at 1:00 PM ET so be sure to watch Brady’s comeback.
CBS will be broadcasting the game, so football fans can watch it via CBS’s official television live stream (CLICK HERE TO WATCH PATRIOTS Vs. BROWNS LIVE STREAM) For those fans whose CBS stations aren’t playing the game, they can watch the replay via NFL Game Pass, which offers full replays of every NFL game. CLICK HERE FOR INFO.
With this, football fans might finally have heard the last of “Deflate Gate.” After the Patriots’ 2015 AFC Championship victory over the Indianapolis Colts, New England was busted for deflating the balls. This made them easier to throw and easier to catch.
While Tom wasn’t behind the cheating the NFL’s investigation found that he was likely aware of the deflation. The Super Bowl champ was slapped with a 4-game suspension and despite his attempts to appeal, he was forced to sit out the first month of the 2016 Season.
It’s not like Tom has been sitting at home. He stayed in shape with wife Gisele Bundchen, 36, acting as his new wide receiver. It wasn’t all football. He and Gisele took an Italian vacation where Tom decided to leave his worries – and his clothes – behind.
Meanwhile, the Patriots have gone through two backups while fighting tooth and nail for a 3-1 start. The Browns haven’t been so lucky. Their had their own quarterback woes with Robert Griffin III, 26, getting injured after the first game. It’s all been downhill from there as Cleveland has yet to score a win this season. The 0-4 Browns are expected to go 0-5 against the Patriots, so expect Tom’s first game back to be a happy one.
What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Will Tom return to the NFL with a win or do you think Cleveland will ruin Brady’s party by upsetting the Patriots?