In his first ever tweet, Tom Brady announced that he was retiring. Thankfully for New England Patriots fans it was April Fool’s day.
Not funny Tom. Not funny at all. On Monday Tom Brady crafted his first tweet and announced that he was retiring and focusing his efforts on Twitter, but don’t worry New England Patriots fans, it’s just a joke.
Well at least we know when Brady does retire he won’t be a comedian. That was the worst April Fool’s joke ever.
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A joke is supposed to make you laugh. Thinking about Tom Brady retiring makes me shudder and want to curl up into a ball. That will be a dark time for New England.
The day is definitely coming soon. At the start of next season he will be 42 years old. That is ancient in the NFL. When Peyton Manning was out on the field at 39 years old he looked like he belonged in a retirement home.
Somehow though Brady has managed to crack the code. He continues to play at an exceptionally high level. Last season he tallied over 4,000 passing yards and 29 touchdowns.
This season will definitely be a test for Brady. He will have to prove that he can still carry a team. Without Rob Gronkowski, Brady will have to work some magic and turn some no-name receivers into stars.
If Brady can put up similar numbers he will just prove that he is one of the best athletes in history. His consistency is unmatched.
So hopefully Tom Brady will be able to step up his Twitter game because his first tweet was rather rough. Maybe this will even mean a return of the “TB Times” is in the works?
There will be a cloud over New England when Tom Brady decides to retire. It will signal the end of one of the greatest dynasties in professional sports.