Tom Brady arrived in Florida with a chip on his shoulder. Despite the COVID-19 struggles surrounding the 2020 NFL season, the former New England Patriots man started his Tampa Bay Buccaneers career on a sour note. After an opening weekend loss to the New Orleans Saints, Brady led the Buccaneers to three consecutive wins in the league.
However, Bruce Arians’ boys suffered a shock defeat to Nick Foles-led Chicago Bears in Week Five. Tom Brady was involved in multiple controversial incidents during the game. He was subjected to criticism for some of them.
Skip Bayless claims Tom Brady has a split personality, aka ‘Psycho Tom’
"What have I always said about Thomas Edward Patrick Brady Jr.? He has a split personality. He has this thing called 'Psycho Tom' that comes out during games and it's not a pretty sight."@RealSkipBayless pic.twitter.com/d4Pd1sxJ7W
— UNDISPUTED (@undisputed) October 14, 2020
On the latest installment of Skip and Shannon: Undisputed, the outspoken hosts talked about Tom Brady’s recent bust-up on the sideline during the 20-19 loss to the Chicago Bears. The veteran quarterback lashed out at some of his teammates after his offensive linemen failed to protect him during an attacking drive.
Here’s what popular American sportscaster, Skip Bayless, said on the headline-grabbing incident.
“What have I always said about Thomas Edward Patrick Brady Jr.? He has a split personality. He has this thing called ‘Psycho Tom’ that comes out during games and it’s not a pretty sight because he is a wild-eyed, driven competitor, right up there with Jordan,” Bayless said on the show.
Bayless further spoke about how Brady might lose his temper every now and then but there’s another side to his persona as well. The six-time Super Bowl winner is also the first to congratulate a teammate or boost morale when required. He is the perfect leader, as per Skip. ‘He wants to know the 53rd guy on the roster too’ adds Bayless.
Well, one thing that ‘Tampa Brady’ does not lack for sure, is passion. At 43, Brady has shown time and again why he is arguably one of the greatest NFL players of all time. If he manages to lead the Buccaneers to Super Bowl glory, TB12 might just go down as The GOAT.