Because the Tremendous Bowl champion Bucs opened their season in opposition to the Dallas Cowboys, observers on Twitter buzzed about what they interpreted as Brady vigorously shaking his head and yelling “no” to Leftwich over a play name within the closing drive.
Individuals on Twitter mentioned the 44-year-old celebrity referred to as his personal play, throwing a move to Chris Godwin that positioned the staff in subject objective vary. (Though Godwin might have gotten away with offensive move interference on the catch.) Ryan Succop kicked a 36-yarder with 2 seconds left to present the Bucs the win, 31-29.
Individuals on social media just about mentioned Brady, who led the Bucs to final season’s championship, is the boss, irrespective of who’s formally in cost.
Byron Leftwich referred to as a play, Tom Brady is seen screaming “no, no, NO!” – leans in and calls his personal play. Runs the entire drive solo, will get the W. He’s the Offensive Coordinator!
— SDAA (@EstebanMasters) September 10, 2021
Byron Leftwich: It’s best to do that factor, I’m your coach now
Tom Brady: I’m fucking Tom Brady
— #HonkHonk (@ColeyMick) September 10, 2021
Lol Tom Brady simply shit on Byron Leftwich dude made his offensive name and Brady simply mentioned hell nah so blatant on nationwide TV
— Ryan Nixon (@therealnix_bs) September 10, 2021
Byron Leftwich calling performs for Tom Brady is fucking hilarious and absurd I might be waiving the whole lot he referred to as off too
— Norman Osborn (@AsapJimmyy) September 10, 2021
Tom Brady lookin like a MLB pitcher shaking off indicators from the catcher when Byron Leftwich was calling performs within the closing 2 minute drill…#CowboysvsBucs
— Jerry Ostroski (@Ostroski_BigO) September 10, 2021
I wanna know what Byron Leftwich referred to as for that Tom Brady was like hell no and altered the play. That they had some phrases on the sideline after.
— Jerry ⬅️ (@Paranormal_Bass) September 10, 2021
Throughout the 2 min offense, with the sport on the road, Tom Brady instructed Byron Leftwich no. Lol. Simply let the goat name his personal performs!
— Ryan Bateman 🇺🇸 (@CoachBate) September 10, 2021