Tom Brady made it official on Tuesday, announcing that he was retiring from the NFL after 22 seasons. Brady’s career is unparalleled as the 44-year-old quarterback retires as a seven-time Super Bowl champion and career record holder of passing yards and passing touchdowns.
However, all these accomplishments are meaningless to people in New York and Philadelphia.
While breaking the news of Brady’s retirement, a local NBC station in New York took one more swipe at Tom Brady on his way out by leading his football eulogy by referencing the pair of Super Bowl’s he lost to Eli Manning and the Giants:
The trolling didn’t stop there as a local FOX station in Philadelphia followed it up by taking their swipe at Brady, referencing the fact that he lost to Nick Foles and the Eagles in the Super Bowl:
Tom Brady made the Super Bowl 10 times in his career and lost two of them to the New York Giants, including one when the Patriots were an undefeated team and the other to the Philadelphia Eagles.