Tom Brady And Supposed Invitation To Victory Party
When Tom Brady landed in Indianapolis Monday he tried to downplay a supposed invitation for Patriots fans to join him at a victory party after the Super Bow, in hopes of not giving any extra incentive to the Giants.
Brady attended what was called a “pep rally” at Gillette Stadium with 25,000 fans the night before the team left for Indy.
Brady said to the excited crowd, “We’re going down there, and we’re going down there for one reason. We’re going to give it our best and hopefully we’ll have a lot more people at our party next weekend.”
Afterwards when questioned wether it was some kind of guarantee, Brady told the media in Indy with a smile, “It was a pep rally.”
He went on to say, “Certainly the players were excited, I know that 25,000 fans who were there were excited as well so … We had great support home and away. Hopefully we’ll have some Patriots jerseys in the stands next Sunday night.”
To try to keep the Giants pass rush from wanting that extra incentive to hit him in the game he complimented them.
“Justin Tuck is as good as they come. Osi, week in and week out, he’s a player that can ruin a game for an offense. You look at the group they have now, and they have a ton of depth at the defensive line position. There were times this year where they weren’t all out there as a group but … they’re out there now, and they’re playing extremely hard.”