Tom Brady was very mesmerized after sneaking into the final touchdown zone in the fourth quarter of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ playoff game against the New Orleans Saints.
Brady turned and tried to give the referee a high five as he celebrated the score. Tampa Bay went on to win the game, 30-20, and move on to the NFC Championship game. The veteran quarterback was ridiculed on social media for his club.
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Brady will have a chance to continue until his tenth appearance in the Super Bowl, but Aaron Rodgers and Green Bay Packers prevent him.
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“We worked hard to get to this point. Two wins in the road playoffs are pretty sweet,” Brady told reporters after the match. “We have to beat a great football team that we know quite well. Aaron plays amazing.”
Brady finished 18-for-33 with 199 yards and two touchdowns.
This will be Buccaneers’ first appearance in the conference title game since the 2002 season, when the team led by John Gruden won the Super Bowl. Tampa Bay will hit the road to face the Packers on the cool Lambeau Field next weekend to determine who will go to the Super Bowl LV.
This will be Brady’s first appearance in the NFC Championship and his first appearance in the title of the conference since the 2018 season, when he was with the New England Patriots. This will be the 14th game of the conference title in his career.
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The game will be on FOX next week. The start is at 15:05 ET.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.