Tom Brady, Jacoby Brissett appear to rip haters in cryptic Instagram exchange
One of the reasons Tom Brady is the greatest quarterback to ever play in the NFL is that he somehow never lets the chip leave his shoulder, and the way he has acted in the wake of his team’s win over the Los Angeles Chargers is further evidence that it is still there.
Brady shared a photo on Instagram late Sunday night of him overlooking Gillette Stadium, and the caption said it all.
“945 am this morning – Today was the only one that mattered. Thank you Pats Nation/Foxboro for a fun 2018 season at home! We are on to K.C. #LFG
P.s. Still here,” Brady wrote.
That post led to an interesting exchange between Brady and Indianapolis Colts quarterback Jacoby Brissett, who was drafted by the Patriots and spent more than a season as Brady’s backup.
Interesting exchange between Tom Brady and Jacoby Brissett on Instagram. Consensus seems to be that F.E.A. stands for “F*** ‘Em All” pic.twitter.com/lAQpUvySoo
— Steve DelVecchio (@SteveDelSports) January 14, 2019
We can’t say for sure if F.E.A. means “F— ‘Em All,” but that type of message would be consistent with what Brady said on the field after New England’s dominating win over the Chargers. Most great teams and players are motivated by their naysayers, and Brady is clearly channeling that this year as he looks to win a sixth Super Bowl.