The New England Patriots cruised to one of their easiest victories of the season in Baltimore against the Ravens on Sunday. The Pats, who must have been offended that they were 2.5-point underdogs, handed Baltimore its worst home loss in franchise history — a 41-7 beatdown. No one was more excited about it than Tom Brady.
The Ravens put in backup quarterback Tyrod Taylor in the fourth quarter when the game got out of hand. The Patriots tacked on two touchdowns in the final two minutes by way of a botched snap and a pick-six. Brady celebrated the plays on the New England sideline, but no one seemed to want to give him a high-five.
This has to be some sort of running joke against Brady, right? Two months ago, wide receiver Julian Edelman totally snubbed No. 12 on the sideline when Brady stuck his hand out for a high-five. It appeared that everyone was doing the same during the final minutes of Sunday’s game. We’re left to assume this is some sort of brilliantly-executed prank at Brady’s expense.
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