“Keep My Quarterback’s Name Outcha F*ckin Mouth!”: NFL Twitter Is Outraged Over Tom Brady Shamelessly Calling Out Patrick Mahomes, Aaron Rodgers, and Josh Allen

Published 04/18/2022, 4:30 PM EDT
EAST RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY – JANUARY 02: (NEW YORK DAILIES OUT) Tom Brady #12 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers walks off the field after defeating the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium on January 02, 2022 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Buccaneers defeated the Jets 28-24. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

After marking his presence on Social media, the NFL legend Tom Brady has always been an active user. He uses Twitter as a medium for brand endorsements & first-hand interaction with the fans. Recently, Brady made a cryptic tweet by tagging some top-tier quarterbacks from the league.

A few days ago, Tom Brady and his NFT company Autograph were busy signing partnership deals with the stars across the sports fraternity. But the superstar is gearing up for a golf outing with other quarterbacks in the league. The fans were confused by his cryptic tweet and started making assumptions on the same.

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What did Tom Brady convey?

On April 17th, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback, Tom Brady tagged Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, Josh Allen of the Buffalo Bills, and Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes. For the fans, it was a puzzler to make out a conclusion.

But later the next day, it was revealed that all four quarterbacks would compete in The Match golf contest later this year. The Match is an exhibition golf competition played by great athletes to collect money for philanthropic causes.

However, Brady seems to be excited and competitive about the match. It won’t be a simple exhibition match for the quarterbacks because all of them are really good golfers who have been pursuing the sport for a long time.

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This year it would be the fifth edition of the tournament. However, in the previous edition, the Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers had defeated the GOAT Tom Brady in the match. Even before Tom Brady clarified the news, fans were keen to react and hop into the discussion. A Twitter user tweeted a Will Smith meme from the slapping incident saying “Keep My Quarterback’s Name Outcha F*ckin Mouth!”.

Nick was of the opinion that Russell Wilson is better than other QBs on the list.

A Twitter user named Garry was still figuring out the meaning of the tweet.

While another user was speculating that Brady might be partnering with these QBs in his NFT company.

One user suggested Brady stop being cryptic and reveal the exact details.

SeaBrayden09 was asking Brady why he was talking about his favorite QB

However, this was not the first time, Brady has amazed the fans. Recently, the star QB made a bizarre request to Elon Musk for taking down his old Combine photo, if he ever buys the social media platform Twitter.

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Tom Brady’s strange request to Elon Musk

It appears the news has not only caught the eyes of the everyday Twitter user, but also those in the celebrity community like Tom Brady. Instantly, Brady put out a tweet asking for just one simple favor of Musk if he does indeed become the owner of Twitter. “If you buy Twitter, can you delete the Combine photo?” Brady tweeted.

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It took no time for the fans to hop into the discussion and troll him for this bizarre request. Well, the NFL season is about to begin, and the Buccaneers are trying to build a strong side around Tom Brady as the starting quarterback. He will be entering his 23rd season, eying for an eighth Super Bowl title of his career.

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Deepesh Nair

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Deepesh Nair is an NFL author at EssentiallySports. Having started his career in journalism as a trending news writer, he has published around 500 articles for various media portals. Although Deepesh comes from a Computer Science background, his fondness for writing has persuaded him to create his career in it.

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