When one of your good friends does something stupid, the only reasonable thing to do is roast him for it.
That's exactly what Peyton Manning did to Tom Brady on Thursday.
Manning, Brady, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson joined TNT's Ernie Johnson for an interview to promote "The Match" tournament.
When Manning was asked about the location of the event, he saw a chance to take a shot at Brady, who he battled for years in the NFL.
"Ernie, the match had to be in Florida after Tom's [breaking and entering] arrest ... which meant he couldn't leave the state, so it had to be in Florida," Manning said. "Tiger and I talked to the sheriff in Tampa. He's going to be allowed to go to Palm Beach to play. I'll be honest, I've never played Tom very well on his home turf, so maybe this is considered a neutral site. I would have loved to have this tournament in a place where they don't like Tom very much, Indianapolis, Denver, Boston after he just betrayed them and broke their hearts.
"So Palm Beach is the best we can probably do. Look, I think the teams are fair. Phil chose the right partner in Tom. Together, they have 11 championships, Tiger and I have 17 the way I count it."
Sorry not sorry... pic.twitter.com/qSbYVsHXVz— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) May 7, 2020
Of course, Manning is referring to the incident last month where the new Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback accidentally walked into the wrong house. He was supposed to go into the house of Bucs offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich, but he entered Leftwich's neighbor's house.
David Kramer, the man who owned the house, found the whole situation pretty funny, and so did Manning, who used the incident to make fun of his rival.
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"The Match" will pit Manning and Woods against Brady and Mickelson in a one-day charity golf event that will raise money for COVID-19 relief.
The event is scheduled to take place on Sunday, May 24 at 12 p.m. PT, and will air on TNT.