Tom Brady has legendary reply to Tyreek Hill's Chiefs dynasty comments


Tom Brady joined Twitter in March of 2019 and he's fired off some pretty good tweets, but his latest one Friday afternoon was a home run.

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill went on ESPN's "First Take" show Thursday and talked about his team creating a dynasty. The Chiefs are the defending champs and the future for the franchise is certainly bright after quarterback Patrick Mahomes signed a record-breaking contract extension earlier this month.

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Hill noted the Chiefs are chasing Michael Jordan, and that they should go for seven rings to eclipse the six NBA titles that MJ won with the Chicago Bulls.

He forgot about the GOAT in his own sport!

Hill didn't mention Tom Brady, who's already tied Jordan with six championships, all coming with the New England Patriots. Brady is literally aiming for his seventh ring entering the 2020 season -- his first with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers  -- and he reminded Hill about that fact with this awesome tweet:

Well played, TB12.

Hill should know all about Brady's six Super Bowl victories -- the most by any one player in league history. After all, Brady and the Patriots beat Hill's Chiefs in the 2018 AFC Championship Game on the way to New England's sixth Super Bowl title.

The rivarly between Brady and the Chiefs is a pretty good one, and if it continues in the 2020 season, it would have to come in Super Bowl LV. Wouldn't that be awesome?


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