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“The Ugly Ones Count Too” – Tom Brady Issues Apology For Throwing Tablet During Saints Clash

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On Sunday, Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers enhanced to 2-0 with a 20-10 victory over the New Orleans Saints. However, Brady’s frustration during the game was very much eye-catching. A tablet was thrown away by Brady to the ground in the third quarter, making a visible impression the second successive year he has done so at the time of a matchup with the Saints.

Tom Brady believes the tablet breaking incident is “going to be another Twitter meme”

Tom Brady is expressing regret for his behavior at the game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, where he was visibly throwing his tablet on the sidelines in frustration.

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The 45-year-old Buccaneers quarterback’s team was eventually victorious against the Saints 20-10. A video was tweeted out replying to the moment, and it was caught on camera by FOX and broadly shared on social media.

In his video, Brady said, “Great win to get to 2-0,” marking the undefeated streak of the team since beating the Dallas Cowboys this month previously.

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In spite of the highs, Brady noted “the ugly ones count too” prior to expressing his regret for his outburst. “Sorry for breaking that tablet,” he said, joking, “I think that’s going to be another Twitter meme or something like that.”

Brady added, “Flying home to Tampa. Get ready for next week. Green Bay coming to town, let’s go.” [H/T PEOPLE]

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At the game on Sunday, tensions were at its height in which the Bucs did not score a single point until after halftime.

As per the reports of USA Today, Brady’s outburst came following the second half of the game, when the team kicked off with a stalled drive and punt. Evidently, Brady was unhappy and then he was seen shouting toward his teammates before throwing his helmet and the Microsoft tablet to the ground.

So far the moment has been given the meme treatment, even sports anchor Kyle Burger pointed out a similar tablet throw Brady did at the time of a 2021 game against the Saints. Burger joked, “The Microsoft tablet might want to sit out the next Tom Brady plays the Saints.”

Though, Brady was not the only one showing his temper on Sunday. A brawl broke out on the field between both teams, during the fourth quarter of the game, reported CBS Boston.

One more time, the action was captured by FOX cameras, which seemed to commence with a verbal spat between Brady and Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore. Instantly the Buccaneers’ Leonard Fournette interposed in, arguing with Lattimore, who fought back by pushing him. Then the Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans got involved, pushing Lattimore and triggering teammates from both sides to clear the benches and take to the field.

Both Lattimore and the Buccaneer’s wide receiver Mike Evans were emitted from the game as a consequence of the brawl, reported FOX Sports.

In the meantime, Brady’s outburst comes following a source tells PEOPLE that he and his wife Gisele Bundchen are living separately for “more than a month.

For the last six weeks, the longtime couple have been away from each other. The supermodel had been spending her time in Miami and New York as Brady practices in Tampa and travels with the team. “Gisele is busy with her own life now,” said a insider, a second sources adding, “During the season, they live separate lives.”

According to the sources of PEOPLE, the decision of Brady to un-retire has been a sticking point for Bündchen who wants him to be more present with their kids.

“There’s a lot of tension. She was so happy when he announced his retirement, and she wasn’t thrilled at all when he went back on that ,” said a source, noting that Brady “knows that this is his last season” in the NFL “if he wants to stay married.”

Earlier, Brady came off an 11-day absence from the Buccaneers previous month after he was excused to “deal with some personal things.”

Following his return, he addressed the absence to reporters, saying: “Everyone has different situations they’re dealing with, and we all have unique challenges to our lives. I’m 45 years old, man. There’s a lot of s— going on, so you just have to try and figure out life the best you can. You know, it’s a continuous process.”

Previously on Sunday, the NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported that For the first time in his career, Brady will be receiving a personal day every Wednesday.

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