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2018-02-05 04:22:29 PM  
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Better work on cheating Tom
 
2018-02-05 04:35:49 PM  
Huh, I wondered who kept calling me yesterday with "GB" as the caller ID. Oh well
 
2018-02-05 05:09:12 PM  
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady skipped the postgame handshake with Nick Foles after Super Bowl LII. Instead, Brady headed straight for the locker room.

What a classless turd.

Every year some team in the NHL wins the Stanley Cup and every year another team feels the pain of that defeat. But in the NHL, you don't leave the ice, you wait until the handshake line starts. I'm sure it's agony, but it's also classy as hell.
 
2018-02-05 05:13:49 PM  
1.  Tom Brady is apparently a sore loser.
2.  Giselle must have been *very* sticky after congratulating each player.
 
2018-02-05 05:42:23 PM  
I understand how someone can be caught up in the deep emotion of the moment, especially when you've made a career out of believing in yourself to orchestrate comebacks. But after you've accomplished that a few times, you need to develop some grace. Not going out there to congratulate the winners, at least your opposing QB, isn't just being an extremely poor loser. It's a symptom of having been a poor winner. Sure he's mastered the cliche book but it has never seemed close to authentic. He still thinks it's about him and has no real appreciation for how lucky he is to be able to play for a living. That's coming from a Patriots fan.
 
2018-02-05 05:43:12 PM  
Classy dame that Giselle.
 
2018-02-05 05:45:36 PM  
Well, of course. Tom had to get into his chastity device, and Gisele had to pick out his 'backups'
 
2018-02-05 05:47:40 PM  

wademh: I understand how someone can be caught up in the deep emotion of the moment, especially when you've made a career out of believing in yourself to orchestrate comebacks. But after you've accomplished that a few times, you need to develop some grace. Not going out there to congratulate the winners, at least your opposing QB, isn't just being an extremely poor loser. It's a symptom of having been a poor winner. Sure he's mastered the cliche book but it has never seemed close to authentic. He still thinks it's about him and has no real appreciation for how lucky he is to be able to play for a living. That's coming from a Patriots fan.


This right here.

Anyone not understanding the deep hatred of Tom Brady held by many sports fans -- read this a few times until it sinks in.

Poor winner.
Poor loser.
Classless.
 
2018-02-05 05:52:38 PM  
He picked up that horseshiat sore loser schtick from Belichik. Just one of many reasons the hate for them is universal. I'd normally say this was the last SB we'll see from both of them but thanks to that bullshiat division they get to feast on every single year, who knows.
 
2018-02-05 05:53:24 PM  

just_intonation: wademh: I understand how someone can be caught up in the deep emotion of the moment, especially when you've made a career out of believing in yourself to orchestrate comebacks. But after you've accomplished that a few times, you need to develop some grace. Not going out there to congratulate the winners, at least your opposing QB, isn't just being an extremely poor loser. It's a symptom of having been a poor winner. Sure he's mastered the cliche book but it has never seemed close to authentic. He still thinks it's about him and has no real appreciation for how lucky he is to be able to play for a living. That's coming from a Patriots fan.

This right here.

Anyone not understanding the deep hatred of Tom Brady held by many sports fans -- read this a few times until it sinks in.

Poor winner.
Poor loser.
Classless.


There is so much fanfare going on that it is common for players to not shake hands after the Superbowl. 

Belichick is the one that always pissed me off. He sometimes wouldn't shake hands or make a statement after a playoff loss in the locker room.
 
2018-02-05 05:54:53 PM  
"You've to catch the ball when you're supposed to catch the ball."
 
2018-02-05 05:58:29 PM  
Cry moar

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2018-02-05 06:03:28 PM  
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"I'm taken."

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2018-02-05 06:05:03 PM  
The bigger point here is that Brady was trying to make this a big TB12 platform for ensuring steady riches into his coffer when he retires.  Now he has to do it all over again and it's inconvenient to go to another super bowl.  And it's more difficult when you're introducing 2 new coordinators.
 
2018-02-05 06:12:29 PM  
So Giselle is a classy lady, and Brady got lucky.
 
2018-02-05 06:21:35 PM  

just_intonation: wademh: I understand how someone can be caught up in the deep emotion of the moment, especially when you've made a career out of believing in yourself to orchestrate comebacks. But after you've accomplished that a few times, you need to develop some grace. Not going out there to congratulate the winners, at least your opposing QB, isn't just being an extremely poor loser. It's a symptom of having been a poor winner. Sure he's mastered the cliche book but it has never seemed close to authentic. He still thinks it's about him and has no real appreciation for how lucky he is to be able to play for a living. That's coming from a Patriots fan.

This right here.

Anyone not understanding the deep hatred of Tom Brady held by many sports fans -- read this a few times until it sinks in.

Poor winner.
Poor loser.
Classless.


You'll get over it
 
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2018-02-05 06:22:17 PM  
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2018-02-05 06:24:22 PM  

Cheeseface: He picked up that horseshiat sore loser schtick from Belichik. Just one of many reasons the hate for them is universal. I'd normally say this was the last SB we'll see from both of them but thanks to that bullshiat division they get to feast on every single year, who knows.


You'd take that sore loser to coach your team in half a heartbeat
 
2018-02-05 06:25:22 PM  

wademh: He still thinks it's about him


Given that there are a dozen threads about him today and only one about Nick Foles, I think he's right.
 
2018-02-05 06:28:31 PM  

Theaetetus: wademh: He still thinks it's about him

Given that there are a dozen threads about him today and only one about Nick Foles, I think he's right.


This

Everyone wonders why he gets all the credit for every ring, then, after he pretty much lights it up last night and was the sole reason they were even in the game and down by 30, he's the one who gets all the backlash.
 
2018-02-05 06:33:08 PM  

Theaetetus: wademh: He still thinks it's about him

Given that there are a dozen threads about him today and only one about Nick Foles, I think he's right.


There were always going to be more threads about Bradyt, win or lose, because he's the mvp and supposed GOAT, etc. Foles was a backup a few months ago.

What's interesting here is Brady's deep character flaw as an incredibly sore loser. Pretty farking bush to skip the handshake.
 
2018-02-05 06:34:39 PM  

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"I'm taken."

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Came here to post a variation of this, I see it is covered.
I hope his kids get most of their influence from Gisele
 
2018-02-05 06:34:50 PM  
Wow. What a petty douche.
 
2018-02-05 06:36:20 PM  

bionicjoe: There is so much fanfare going on that it is common for players to not shake hands after the Superbowl.


Yet somehow Brady was able to overcome the odds and fight his way to Matt Ryan last year.
 
2018-02-05 06:39:08 PM  

just_intonation: wademh: I understand how someone can be caught up in the deep emotion of the moment, especially when you've made a career out of believing in yourself to orchestrate comebacks. But after you've accomplished that a few times, you need to develop some grace. Not going out there to congratulate the winners, at least your opposing QB, isn't just being an extremely poor loser. It's a symptom of having been a poor winner. Sure he's mastered the cliche book but it has never seemed close to authentic. He still thinks it's about him and has no real appreciation for how lucky he is to be able to play for a living. That's coming from a Patriots fan.

This right here.

Anyone not understanding the deep hatred of Tom Brady held by many sports fans -- read this a few times until it sinks in.

Poor winner.
Poor loser.
Classless.


After that infamous Bengals Steelers game a couple years ago, only a few Bengals stayed and shook hands. One was Andrew Whitworth. He actually had to defend himself in local media. When asked how he could bring himself to do that he said 'who I am as man is more important than who I am as  a football player.'

We need more people like him
 
2018-02-05 06:45:16 PM  

natural316: You'd take that sore loser to coach your team in half a heartbeat


Nah, not really, he's a soulless robot who gets no joy from his job who treats his non-Brady players as disposable and again is a sore loser despite winning more than anyone else in his era. Also, my coach is just fine. Also also, the debate over whether the dynasty was Belichik or Brady has not been settled yet. I wonder if we'll ever find out or if BB will retire along with Brady.
 
2018-02-05 06:46:31 PM  

Crewmannumber6: just_intonation: wademh: I understand how someone can be caught up in the deep emotion of the moment, especially when you've made a career out of believing in yourself to orchestrate comebacks. But after you've accomplished that a few times, you need to develop some grace. Not going out there to congratulate the winners, at least your opposing QB, isn't just being an extremely poor loser. It's a symptom of having been a poor winner. Sure he's mastered the cliche book but it has never seemed close to authentic. He still thinks it's about him and has no real appreciation for how lucky he is to be able to play for a living. That's coming from a Patriots fan.

This right here.

Anyone not understanding the deep hatred of Tom Brady held by many sports fans -- read this a few times until it sinks in.

Poor winner.
Poor loser.
Classless.

After that infamous Bengals Steelers game a couple years ago, only a few Bengals stayed and shook hands. One was Andrew Whitworth. He actually had to defend himself in local media. When asked how he could bring himself to do that he said 'who I am as man is more important than who I am as  a football player.'

We need more people like him


Giselle is a bigger man than Tom
 
2018-02-05 06:51:46 PM  

Cheeseface: Also also, the debate over whether the dynasty was Belichik or Brady has not been settled yet


It was both. Bellichick, maybe along with paul brown and vince lombardi is certainly as fine a coach as there ever was. I'm old so I see no problem with including pre super bowl guys. I was alive so they count as much as the current day.

I don't get why brady is such a sore loser. Dude has everything and has been on the other side countless times but he kind of turns into a loathsome cry baby sore loser when this happens. I don't get it - he's all smiles as he congratulates the other guys who take it like a man when they lose but he doesn't grant them the same courtesy. I bet he tells his kids to be good sports....
 
2018-02-05 06:56:40 PM  

Rev.K: New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady skipped the postgame handshake with Nick Foles after Super Bowl LII. Instead, Brady headed straight for the locker room.

What a classless turd.

Every year some team in the NHL wins the Stanley Cup and every year another team feels the pain of that defeat. But in the NHL, you don't leave the ice, you wait until the handshake line starts. I'm sure it's agony, but it's also classy as hell.


*Does not apply to Sidney Crosby.
 
2018-02-05 06:57:06 PM  

Rev.K: New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady skipped the postgame handshake with Nick Foles after Super Bowl LII. Instead, Brady headed straight for the locker room.

What a classless turd.

Every year some team in the NHL wins the Stanley Cup and every year another team feels the pain of that defeat. But in the NHL, you don't leave the ice, you wait until the handshake line starts. I'm sure it's agony, but it's also classy as hell.


Billy Smith frowns on your shenanigans of sportsmanship.
 
2018-02-05 06:58:57 PM  

natural316: Cheeseface: He picked up that horseshiat sore loser schtick from Belichik. Just one of many reasons the hate for them is universal. I'd normally say this was the last SB we'll see from both of them but thanks to that bullshiat division they get to feast on every single year, who knows.

You'd take that sore loser to coach your team in half a heartbeat


Not without Brady.
 
2018-02-05 07:01:33 PM  

Cheeseface: natural316: You'd take that sore loser to coach your team in half a heartbeat

Nah, not really, he's a soulless robot who gets no joy from his job who treats his non-Brady players as disposable and again is a sore loser despite winning more than anyone else in his era. Also, my coach is just fine. Also also, the debate over whether the dynasty was Belichik or Brady has not been settled yet. I wonder if we'll ever find out or if BB will retire along with Brady.


Bill coached like garbage yesterday, he was out coached by a guy I hadn't heard of until Philly beat Minnesota.  Brady was the reason it was a game.  I think it's settled
 
2018-02-05 07:06:11 PM  

bionicjoe: just_intonation: wademh: I understand how someone can be caught up in the deep emotion of the moment, especially when you've made a career out of believing in yourself to orchestrate comebacks. But after you've accomplished that a few times, you need to develop some grace. Not going out there to congratulate the winners, at least your opposing QB, isn't just being an extremely poor loser. It's a symptom of having been a poor winner. Sure he's mastered the cliche book but it has never seemed close to authentic. He still thinks it's about him and has no real appreciation for how lucky he is to be able to play for a living. That's coming from a Patriots fan.

This right here.

Anyone not understanding the deep hatred of Tom Brady held by many sports fans -- read this a few times until it sinks in.

Poor winner.
Poor loser.
Classless.

There is so much fanfare going on that it is common for players to not shake hands after the Superbowl. 

Belichick is the one that always pissed me off. He sometimes wouldn't shake hands or make a statement after a playoff loss in the locker room.


Yea it's such a madhouse after the game I bet it happens all the time that the losing QB doesn't shake hands with his opponents.
 
2018-02-05 07:07:36 PM  

natural316: Cheeseface: natural316: You'd take that sore loser to coach your team in half a heartbeat

Nah, not really, he's a soulless robot who gets no joy from his job who treats his non-Brady players as disposable and again is a sore loser despite winning more than anyone else in his era. Also, my coach is just fine. Also also, the debate over whether the dynasty was Belichik or Brady has not been settled yet. I wonder if we'll ever find out or if BB will retire along with Brady.

Bill coached like garbage yesterday, he was out coached by a guy I hadn't heard of until Philly beat Minnesota.  Brady was the reason it was a game.  I think it's settled


Who do you think would have won more Superbowls, Belichick with Peyton Manning or Dungy with Brady? We can even throw in a few years with John Fox to help Brady out.
 
2018-02-05 07:09:17 PM  

mikaloyd: Giselle is a bigger man than Tom


I'm told that this is not your personal erotica site.
 
2018-02-05 07:09:50 PM  

natural316: Cheeseface: natural316: You'd take that sore loser to coach your team in half a heartbeat

Nah, not really, he's a soulless robot who gets no joy from his job who treats his non-Brady players as disposable and again is a sore loser despite winning more than anyone else in his era. Also, my coach is just fine. Also also, the debate over whether the dynasty was Belichik or Brady has not been settled yet. I wonder if we'll ever find out or if BB will retire along with Brady.

Bill coached like garbage yesterday, he was out coached by a guy I hadn't heard of until Philly beat Minnesota.  Brady was the reason it was a game.  I think it's settled


Hadn't heard of?

So....see you next year?
 
2018-02-05 07:11:39 PM  

Slow To Return: bionicjoe: just_intonation: wademh: I understand how someone can be caught up in the deep emotion of the moment, especially when you've made a career out of believing in yourself to orchestrate comebacks. But after you've accomplished that a few times, you need to develop some grace. Not going out there to congratulate the winners, at least your opposing QB, isn't just being an extremely poor loser. It's a symptom of having been a poor winner. Sure he's mastered the cliche book but it has never seemed close to authentic. He still thinks it's about him and has no real appreciation for how lucky he is to be able to play for a living. That's coming from a Patriots fan.

This right here.

Anyone not understanding the deep hatred of Tom Brady held by many sports fans -- read this a few times until it sinks in.

Poor winner.
Poor loser.
Classless.

There is so much fanfare going on that it is common for players to not shake hands after the Superbowl. 

Belichick is the one that always pissed me off. He sometimes wouldn't shake hands or make a statement after a playoff loss in the locker room.

Yea it's such a madhouse after the game I bet it happens all the time that the losing QB doesn't shake hands with his opponents.


Yeah. It's just a madhouse. It really can't be done...

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2018-02-05 07:16:28 PM  

Cheeseface: natural316: You'd take that sore loser to coach your team in half a heartbeat

Nah, not really, he's a soulless robot who gets no joy from his job who treats his non-Brady players as disposable and again is a sore loser despite winning more than anyone else in his era. Also, my coach is just fine. Also also, the debate over whether the dynasty was Belichik or Brady has not been settled yet. I wonder if we'll ever find out or if BB will retire along with Brady.


It's very clear that it's Brady. Look at his results with and without Brady. He's never won a division or a playoff game without Brady and has a losing record without him (both overall and as a Patriots head coach).
 
2018-02-05 07:24:02 PM  

meanmutton: Cheeseface: natural316: You'd take that sore loser to coach your team in half a heartbeat

Nah, not really, he's a soulless robot who gets no joy from his job who treats his non-Brady players as disposable and again is a sore loser despite winning more than anyone else in his era. Also, my coach is just fine. Also also, the debate over whether the dynasty was Belichik or Brady has not been settled yet. I wonder if we'll ever find out or if BB will retire along with Brady.

It's very clear that it's Brady. Look at his results with and without Brady. He's never won a division or a playoff game without Brady and has a losing record without him (both overall and as a Patriots head coach).


BZZZZT. Bad data yield bad results.

Summary conclusion - this entire argument is farking stupid because Brady has never played in the NFL without bellichick so there is no data to draw upon for comparison. You can't cite Bellichick for a negative stat for which there is neither a positive nor negative data to pull from for brady. That's just shiatty statistics.
 
2018-02-05 07:32:45 PM  
Brady was calm and well-mannered and full of compliments for the Eagles at his press conference.  He and Belichick sometimes get heated and belligerent after a loss and give terrible handshakes and worse press conferences.  But they were pretty good yesterday. Belichick made sure to stop and congratulate Pederson and linger for a few words.
The no handshake thing from Brady seemed out of place but intentional, like it was part of a commitment or a security process or something.
 
2018-02-05 07:47:32 PM  
I guess Brady really is a Trump guy.
No-class all the way.
 
2018-02-05 08:36:51 PM  

Slow To Return: Hadn't heard of?


Iggles lose Sproles, Maragos, Peters, Hicks, and Wentz, and still make the #1 seed?

Pederson got 1 vote for coach of the year.  He's not a self-promoter.
 
2018-02-05 09:14:40 PM  

Troy Aikman's Giant Thumbs: natural316: Cheeseface: natural316: You'd take that sore loser to coach your team in half a heartbeat

Nah, not really, he's a soulless robot who gets no joy from his job who treats his non-Brady players as disposable and again is a sore loser despite winning more than anyone else in his era. Also, my coach is just fine. Also also, the debate over whether the dynasty was Belichik or Brady has not been settled yet. I wonder if we'll ever find out or if BB will retire along with Brady.

Bill coached like garbage yesterday, he was out coached by a guy I hadn't heard of until Philly beat Minnesota.  Brady was the reason it was a game.  I think it's settled

Who do you think would have won more Superbowls, Belichick with Peyton Manning or Dungy with Brady? We can even throw in a few years with John Fox to help Brady out.


Bellichick and Peyton Manning hands down (although I do believe Manning is weaker to big game stress). Tom Brady is brilliant, don't get me wrong, but Bellichick was absolutely instrumental in his success.

Not sure John "we're up by 1 late in the fourth, let's run the ball three times and punt" Fox would help anyone with anything.
 
2018-02-05 09:37:04 PM  

Likwit: Troy Aikman's Giant Thumbs: natural316: Cheeseface: natural316: You'd take that sore loser to coach your team in half a heartbeat

Nah, not really, he's a soulless robot who gets no joy from his job who treats his non-Brady players as disposable and again is a sore loser despite winning more than anyone else in his era. Also, my coach is just fine. Also also, the debate over whether the dynasty was Belichik or Brady has not been settled yet. I wonder if we'll ever find out or if BB will retire along with Brady.

Bill coached like garbage yesterday, he was out coached by a guy I hadn't heard of until Philly beat Minnesota.  Brady was the reason it was a game.  I think it's settled

Who do you think would have won more Superbowls, Belichick with Peyton Manning or Dungy with Brady? We can even throw in a few years with John Fox to help Brady out.

Bellichick and Peyton Manning hands down (although I do believe Manning is weaker to big game stress). Tom Brady is brilliant, don't get me wrong, but Bellichick was absolutely instrumental in his success.

Not sure John "we're up by 1 late in the fourth, let's run the ball three times and punt" Fox would help anyone with anything.


That's how I view the Patriots. Brady is pretty damn good but I can't see him having the same sort of success anywhere else. I could easily see Belichick winning 5+ with Manning.  You might even be able to drop in Rodgers, Rivers, or Brees onto those Patriot teams and have the same success. To give the credit to Tommy just seems ridiculous.
 
2018-02-05 09:53:40 PM  

natural316: just_intonation: wademh: I understand how someone can be caught up in the deep emotion of the moment, especially when you've made a career out of believing in yourself to orchestrate comebacks. But after you've accomplished that a few times, you need to develop some grace. Not going out there to congratulate the winners, at least your opposing QB, isn't just being an extremely poor loser. It's a symptom of having been a poor winner. Sure he's mastered the cliche book but it has never seemed close to authentic. He still thinks it's about him and has no real appreciation for how lucky he is to be able to play for a living. That's coming from a Patriots fan.

This right here.

Anyone not understanding the deep hatred of Tom Brady held by many sports fans -- read this a few times until it sinks in.

Poor winner.
Poor loser.
Classless.

You'll get over it


Your role model, huh?
 
2018-02-05 10:42:09 PM  
if it will make anyone feel better, here are these:

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2018-02-05 11:35:23 PM  
I was forcefully assured on Fark that Brady is a very humble man. Too shy to meet those guys was all this was, I'm sure..
 
2018-02-06 01:05:42 AM  

edmo: I was forcefully assured on Fark that Brady is a very humble man. Too shy to meet those guys was all this was, I'm sure..


Guaranteed those same people were all up Cam Newton's ass after Super Bowl 50 too.
 
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