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Tom Brady Chugs Beers Better Than He Throws A Football

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It seems as if Tom Brady can do no wrong in his life. He’s won Super Bowls, been the MVP multiple times, has a super hot wife, and can chug beer faster than his teammates have ever seen. One former teammate, Ross Tucker, recalls Brady’s rookie season in a post to Sports On Earth, in which he talks about Brady’s competitive spirit and how it spilled into his social life.

From Sports On Earth:

We went to a local barbecue place near the stadium in Foxboro after practice one time, and there were two different occasions where Brady’s eyes displayed his trademark fire.

The first was when some of the veteran offensive linemen started talking to the rookies about a chugging contest. No big deal for these guys and given that they were fresh out of college, you would think they’d be at the top of their game. I was surprised to see Brady take part. The rookies looked at the seemingly pretty boy quarterback and laughed. I think I snickered myself.

We all should’ve known better.

I still have never seen anybody chug a beer faster than Tom Brady. You should’ve seen the way he slammed down his cup — it was like he was spiking the ball after a TD. It was hilarious. It was awesome. It was textbook Brady.

Relax Tom, don’t be that guy who slams his cup on the ground after chugging. Act like you’ve been there before and throw it in your opponent’s face instead. It gets the point across better.

If Tucker thinks Brady chugging a beer is impressive, he should watch the intern chug dip spit that’s two weeks old.

[via Sports On Earth]

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Harrison Lee

The Boulevard is a Content Manager for Grandex, Inc. He hates soccer and terrorists. He will forget more about sports than you will ever know in your lifetime.

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