Watch: Tom Brady Has Scary Message For Chiefs

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Tom Brady and his New England Patriots begin their title defense with a divisional round match-up against Kansas City Chiefs in the NFL Playoffs this Saturday.


Earlier this week, Brady released a playoff hype video on his Facebook page, accompanied by the words “Go Time” (Watch Video Above).

Brady’s ominous words could mean only one thing: He is fired up and ready to lead the Patriots to an unprecedented fifth championship.

The video, which is ought to scare Chiefs fans, shows highlights from every major Massachusetts-area sports franchise, including the Boston Bruins, the Boston Celtics and the Boston Red Sox. The Bruins haven’t won a championship since 2011. The Celtics haven’t won a ring since 2008.

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The message of Brady’s video is crystal clear: It’s time to bring another championship to Boston.

At the 30-second juncture, the video uses a quote from the movie “Rudy” to inspire the city of Boston. “In this lifetime, you don’t have to prove nothin’ to nobody, except yourself. And after what you’ve gone through, if you haven’t done that by now, it ain’t gonna never happen.”

Back to full practice

During Patriots’ bye-week, Brady has been busy scouting opponents. Earlier today, the iconic quarterback participated in full practice, a positive sign for fans of the NFL champions. Brady had been nursing a sprained right ankle but appears to have recovered completely.

“There are a lot of people that sacrifice a lot to get to this point. This is not a one-week event. This is a year-round event that you commit to, to play in moments like this, and this is when you need to be at your best,” the former two-time NFL MVP said Tuesday.

Brady, a perfectionist by nature, expects nothing but 100% effort from his teammates. “I would say I’m not the easiest guy to play with. There are a lot of high expectations and I try to put a lot of pressure on everybody to get the best out of us,” added Brady.

The Patriots and Chiefs kick off at 4:35 p.m. ET on Saturday. Last season, Tom Brady and the Patriots suffered an upset (14-41) defeat against Chiefs. It’s suffice to say that Patriots will be charged up to avenge that defeat.