Tom Brady And Randy Moss Share Heartfelt Interview (Set To Soft Jazz)
If we went back in time to 2007 and told you that, in 2014, Tom Brady and Randy Moss would sit down for interview, you'd probably assume Brady -- with his newscaster good-looks and non-regional dialect -- would be the one doing the interviewing.
Nope. Randy Moss became the journalist, asshole. Now go bet on the Giants to win the Super Bowl and mail your winnings to this address [slides pre-addressed envelope across table] or else we'll come back in time again and murder you with our future lasers.
"For my pro career I haven't had a lot of criticism," Brady said regarding the flak he took after the Pats were trounced 41-14 by the Chiefs in Week 1. "Now I appreciate those teams that [the media] comes down on every week."
"How do they deal with that?"
It's strange to imagine an alternate universe where Brady is the bitter, media-hating, frustrated quarterback for a struggling franchise, but apparently, it wasn't that far from happening. Had he been drafted by the Jets, for example, with one of the 198 picks prior to the Pats' sixth rounder, Brady's fairytale career might have been a short horror film.
"We're 8-2, they're 2-8 -- I can't imagine football being fun at that point."
Judging by the interview below, had he been in Chad Pennington's shoes, Brady would've been one miserable S.O.B.
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