Tristan Thompson’s dream to be an NBA player came crashing down in a matter of seconds when he made his first appearance for the Cleveland Cavaliers. What was supposed to be one of the most exciting nights of Tristan’s life became one for him and Cavs fans everywhere, as they watched their team lose by 13 points in Game 1 against Toronto Raptors on Monday night.,

“They’re Like a Dog Chasing a Car” is a phrase that means “I’m not going to give up until I get what I want.”.

It was expected wonderful when Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady joined Eli and Peyton Manning on ESPN2’s Week 7 “ManningCast.” The three legendary quarterbacks turned friends talked football, mocked one other, and provided some insight into what made them so special. Brady even went so far as to openly (and hilariously) criticize the IQ of all pro football defensive players.

On Monday night’s ‘ManningCast,’ Tom Brady joined old rivals Eli and Peyton Manning.

Since its premiere in Week 1 of the 2021 NFL season, ESPN2’s alternative Monday Night Football, the “ManningCast,” has been a critical success and a respectable ratings success.

For the uninformed, the broadcast features Peyton Manning and Eli Manning, two renowned NFL quarterbacks. During the Monday night game, the brothers talk about football. Every week, they invite a range of sports personalities to watch the game with them.

The visitors are hit or miss. They vary from the excellent to the horrible (Pat McAfee, Charles Barkley’s internet) to the pleasantly unexpected (Nick Saban, Brett Favre’s internet) (Marshawn Lynch, Rob Gronkowski).

The Manning brothers welcomed a guest that ManningCast fans have been asking for since they returned from a two-week vacation. A visitor who is one of the world’s few signal-callers with greater experience than the two hosts. If you’ll pardon the expression, the GOAT of ManningCast guests: Tom Brady is a seven-time Super Bowl champion.

What followed was Monday night brilliance, from spectacular inside-the-mind-of-a-QB analysis to ragging on the fan who returned Brady’s 600th touchdown throw.

This includes the time Tom Brady lambasted NFL defensive players with ferocity.

Brady expressed his (unfavorable) opinions on defensive players.

Tom Brady of the New England Patriots looks on with former Patriot Tedy Bruschi after defeating the Indianapolis Colts in the 2015 AFC Championship Game at Gillette Stadium on January 18, 2015 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. The Patriots defeated the Colts 45-7.

Tom Brady of the New England Patriots looks on with former Patriot Tedy Bruschi after defeating the Indianapolis Colts in the 2015 AFC Championship Game at Gillette Stadium on January 18, 2015 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. The Patriots defeated the Colts 45-7. Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images of Tom Brady and Tedy Bruschi.

Saints quarterback Jameis Winston scrambled out to his right as the first half drew to a close and the New Orleans Saints were driving for a touchdown. The QB pump-faked as he crossed the line of scrimmage, leading second-year Seattle Seahawks linebacker Jordyn Brooks to leap into the air.

Winston sped by Brooks for a big gain. This inspired Tom Brady and the Mannings to make fun of defenders who fell for pump fakes beyond the line of scrimmage as a result of their actions.

Brady gave his open opinion on the brainpower of defensive players in general after the three Super Bowl quarterbacks got a good laugh:  

Would you credit [the defense] for being astute enough to figure it out? Believe me when I say that I would never do such a thing. Have you ever sat in one of those defensive boardrooms? You wonder why they play defense, and then you realize after about two minutes that “yep, they’ll never be an offensive player.” Defense is similar to a dog pursuing an automobile, don’t you think? Simply find the player who has the ball.

NFL defenders, according to Tom Brady

Peyton told his former adversary, “I’m sure [Buccaneers safety] Antoine Winfield enjoys those sentiments.” “Tell me how that breakfast discussion goes in the morning.”

Brady merely admitted, “not good,” when asked how he thought it would go.

His defensive colleague, a seven-time Super Bowl champion, was not pleased with his portrayal of defensive players.

Isn’t it like a dog pursuing a vehicle while you’re on defense? @TomBrady is no longer a friend of mine.

October 26, 2021 — Tedy Bruschi (@TedyBruschi)

Tom Brady didn’t win all those Super Bowls by himself, despite his stellar two-decade career. He achieved it by putting up some impressive defenses. This was particularly true when he was just starting out in his profession. Brady won his first three championships as a game-manager in his first four years.

Linebacker Tedy Bruschi was one of the early teammates that spearheaded the scary early 2000s New England Patriots defenses.

The University of Arizona Pro Bowl defense spent his whole 13-year NFL career with New England. He retired in 2009 with 1,074 tackles, 30.5 sacks, 12 interceptions, and seven fumble recoveries, and is now an ESPN NFL Sunday Countdown co-host.

After Brady’s nationally aired snub, Bruschi rushed to Twitter to send a (apparently tongue-in-cheek) message to his former teammate:

Isn’t it like a dog pursuing a vehicle while you’re on defense? @TomBrady is no longer a friend of mine.

via Twitter’s @TedyBruschi

Despite ridiculing the intellect of his opponents, Brady is well aware of and grateful for the numerous outstanding defensive partners he has had over the years.  

He has a long history of All-Pros on his resume. Some of the finest defenders of the past several generations are on the list. This list includes former teammates Richard Seymour, Ty Law, Vince Wilfork, Lawyer Milloy, Jerod Mayo, and Darrelle Revis, as well as current colleagues Ndamukong Suh, Lavonte David, and Jason Pierre-Paul.

It would be fascinating to see if Brady ever told one of these all-time greats (and all-time terrifying players) that they are like “dogs pursuing a vehicle” to their face.

Because offensive players are so clever, it’s unlikely.

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