New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is a living legend, and seeing him in person is a pretty exciting experience for many people.
Brady and the Patriots are in Miami to take on the Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium for a Week 2 matchup Sunday. After the six-time Super Bowl champion exited the team bus and began making his way into the arena, a woman working security had a priceless reaction after seeing him up close.
Check it out in the video below:
We're guessing Patriots fans would have a similar reaction if they were that close to Brady in real life.
Oddsmakers are predicting a huge win for the Patriots on Sunday. They have been favored by almost three touchdowns all week, and wide receiver Antonio Brown (who led the NFL with 15 receiving touchdowns in 2018) will make his Patriots debut versus the Dolphins.
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The Patriots did enough early on Monday night that they made their jobs a little bit easier later on. They jumped out to a commanding early lead by scoring on three of their first four drives with varied personnel packages. They confounded Sam Darnold early and forced him to play spooked to the point that he made mistakes even when he wasn't pressured into them.
It wasn't perfect. And the grades reflect that. But it was yet another dominant effort from Bill Belichick's point as they get closer to the season's midway point.
The Atlanta Falcons made the Mohamed Sanu trade with the New England Patriots official Tuesday, but the defending Super Bowl champs have not yet acknowledged the move.
Patriots head coach Bill Belichick didn't have anything to say about the trade during his morning conference call with reporters, but he was a little more forthcoming on WEEI's "Ordway, Merloni and Fauria" show Tuesday afternoon.
“Well, I think we are working through that," Belichick said. "We'll see. We’ll put (Sanu) in and see how it goes. He’s a talented player. He’s got a lot of experience. He’s done different things, so we’ll see how it all fits for us.”
The Patriots gave up a 2020 second-round draft pick for Sanu, which is a fairly steep price, but he's not a rental. The 30-year-old wide receiver is signed through the 2021 season.
Sanu's addition upgrades the team's depth at wide receiver, which has been a concern throughout the season amid injuries and roster turnover. He's been quite durable over the last six seasons with only two games missed over that span. Sanu also was among Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan's top targets, tallying at least 66 receptions, 700-plus yards and four touchdowns in each of the last two seasons.
The Patriots did not practice Tuesday but they'll be back at it Wednesday, when Sanu is expected to make his first appearance in New England colors. His first game action with the Patriots should come Sunday afternoon when the Cleveland Browns visit Gillette Stadium for a Week 8 matchup.
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