Nick Wright will do everything he can to discredit Tom Brady even though he and the New England Patriots beat their tickets for the Super Bowl LIII on February 3rd.
Wright, who is probably New England's biggest hater, refused to praise the 41-year-old quarterback during FOX Sports 1's Monday episode "First Thing's First." He said that his performance in the AFC Championship Game on Sunday would win over the Kansas City Chiefs were drastically changed if Dee Ford had been set up "five inches back."
To sum up: Ford was aloof when Brady was intercepted by Kansas City security Daniel Sorensen with 54 seconds in the game. 24 When the pick was over, the Pats probably would not have a chance to reach the Super Bowl. Instead, Ford was tagged and New England scored two games later. Had Ford not been on Offsides, Wright said he had almost sealed the game for the Chiefs and ended the New England dynasty.
While Wright said Brady is the "biggest quarterback ever," it does not make the fact that he does not want to give the QB the merit he deserves, especially after the head of the conversation claims to be the patron. Dynasty would end the Los Angeles Chargers in the AFC division round.
But even after New England defeated the Chargers and defeated a tough Kansas City team on the road to earn a trip to the ninth Super Bowl, Wright refuses to move.
Maybe a win on a Super Sunday would (finally) change his mind.
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