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It’s not often that we get players to pull back the curtain and reveal the behind-the-scenes moments that propelled them to the Super Bowl, but on a recent episode of the All Things Covered Podcast with Cardinals’ CB Patrick Peterson and former NFL cornerback Bryant McFadden, Bucs linebacker Lavonte David delivered an absolute gem.

When asked by Peterson how vocal Tom Brady has been about his Super Bowl experiences, David laughed and shared this hilarious exchange between Brady and a teammate.

“When I realized it was real, and that all the other stuff doesn’t really matter unless it’s the Super Bowl, was after we won the NFC Championship,” David said. “You know me, I’m all happy and s**t, it’s my first time. I’m geeked up. Then I guess somebody was crying. And I heard [Brady] just like ‘What the f**k you crying for? We not done yet!'”

“Wait a minute, who was crying?” McFadden pressed. “Who was that crying?”

“I don’t remember,” David said, laughing. “I wanna say – I don’t know if it was Chris Godwin or Jaydon Mickens, it was somebody. And [Brady] was just like, ‘What the f**k you crying for? We not done yet!’. Damn! But he right, he right.

“I had like two tears too, so I wiped my s**t. I heard him say that, I said ‘Man, I’m trippin’. We still got work to do.'”

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Chiizy613
Chiizy613(@chi613)
10 months ago

To this day legend has it, Packers fans can still hear Brady say “WTF you crying for…”

Buc76
Buc76(@jjjj)
10 months ago

We have to win it all or all we get is the 2nd worst pick in next year’s draft and a field that every time we step on it will remind of either glory or heartbreak. The stakes couldn’t be higher. I just heard Steve Smith say Kansas City arriving Saturday is a disadvantage because they won’t have enough time to adjust to the warmer weather. Could be a little bonus for us in that.

drdneast
drdneast(@drdneast)
Reply to  Buc76
10 months ago

Warmer weather? What are you, a shut in. Northerners aren’t even going out and playing golf right now.
Sunday’s weather is forecast to be a high of 68 degrees with possible thunder showers. Hardly a heat wave.

Buc76
Buc76(@jjjj)
Reply to  drdneast
10 months ago

its dropping to 20’s in kansas city. here 70 and possible rain. I think steve smith knows a lot more than you about adjusting to weather.

plopes808
plopes808(@plopes808)
Reply to  Buc76
10 months ago

Being born and raised in Hawaii I’m definitely no expert at inclement weather, but a 50 degree swing seems pretty drastic to me. While that may not be “hot” it should be enough of a temperature difference to at least have some effect. Jet lag plus dehydration could give us a little edge, our team is better but I’ll take any advantage we can get.

Dave
Dave(@bucball02)
Reply to  plopes808
10 months ago

Exactly. The gap in temperature is what matters. Hypothetically, if it’s 45 all week, and all of a sudden the next day it’s 75, it’ll feel like 100 out. And that’s just a gap of 30 degrees. The Chiefs are leaving KC on Saturday, where it’ll be 10 degrees with the windchill, to arrive in TB where it will be 75-80 with the humidity. So we’re talking about a 65-70 degree spike in temperature feel. That’s a HUGE gap in temperature. It will feel like they’re stuck in a sauna. And the whole time zone change thing, is also another… Read more »

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Dave
Dave(@bucball02)
Reply to  drdneast
10 months ago

I’m seeing a high of 78 degrees. And that’s just the degrees, and not the “feels like”. It’ll be more than hot enough

rocky
rocky(@howsyourburger)
Reply to  drdneast
10 months ago

This is the same dip shit who said Devin white isn’t any good and not worth the 5th overall pick. I’m with you there is no weather adjustment. Chiefs are happy to be playing in warm weather

Spitfire
Spitfire(@spitfire)
Reply to  Buc76
10 months ago

It’s more of an advantage with jet lag than weather. It’s not hot at all

Spitfire
Spitfire(@spitfire)
Reply to  Spitfire
10 months ago

And won’t be hot.

drdneast
drdneast(@drdneast)
10 months ago

At the end of the game another player asked Brady if they had played their best game yet. Brady’s answer was simple, “No.”

chefboho
chefboho(@chefboho)
10 months ago

Tom just being the goat. This is what the team needed here. For most of these guys its their first time in the playoffs let alone the Super bowl AT home. I’m sure they felt like they won the lottery. Tom putting things into perspective for some of the young ones and old heads alike. I’ve always respected Brady at NE and knew he would do good things here, but things like this show hes constantly pushing them to stay focused for the end goal. Awesome inside story and damn is it good to have TB12 on this squad.

Jay
Jay(@jade)
10 months ago

A leader always leads. In this world right or wrong we have all come to believe that winning is everything. No body cares about who came in second nobody cares that you were better the 30 other teams they just care that you lost or you won. So stop crying get back to work and make sure that when history looks back it was the BUCS WINNING THE SUPERBOWL THAT THEY ARE LOOKING AT. LETS GOOOO BUCS.

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RW
RW(@rwp111)
10 months ago

Brady knows there are no “participation” trophies. Winning it all is the only thing that matters.

scubog
scubog(@scubog)
10 months ago

I sure don’t think anyone is counting on the warmer weather to be our MVP. It should be very pleasant and perhaps even a bit chilly for us Florida folks.

Dave
Dave(@bucball02)
Reply to  scubog
10 months ago

When the Chiefs leave KC on Saturday, it’ll be 15 degrees, with a feels like of 10. So even at a feels like of 70-75 in TB, that’s a monster difference. Not saying that the weather difference automatically makes the Bucs the favorite. But for anyone to say the weather won’t impact the Chiefs at all, is naive. It’s by no means a deciding factor in the game. But make no mistake, it’s A factor

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scubog
scubog(@scubog)
Reply to  Dave
10 months ago

We’ve sure lost a lot of games when it was over a 100 degree feels like temperature. That tells me it’s minimal advantage. It won’t be 75 in the evening when the game is played. More like the upper 50’s. I think they or Santa Claus will find the temperature very comfortable.

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