Patriots QB Tom Brady hasn’t liked the Cowboys ‘since coming out of the womb’
Tom Brady: confirmed not a fan of the Dallas Cowboys. On Wednesday, while preparing to face America’s Team, the New England Patriots quarterback stated his hatred for the Cowboys, saying that he hasn’t been fond of them since coming out of the womb.
Brady, who grew up a fan of the San Francisco 49ers, joked that he had not liked the Cowboys since he was born on Aug. 3, 1977.
“I’ve really not liked the Cowboys since coming out of the womb,” said Brady, via Mike Reiss of ESPN. “I’m a Niner fan.”
Hatred for the Cowboys aside, Brady views the team as a team worth respecting, he notes the history and the great tradition of the Cowboys as the reason being. Dallas, who sits on top of the NFC East at 6-4, should also give the Patriots a good game, according to the 42-year-old quarterback. That’s only a good thing.
“It’s one of the most talented teams in the NFL that are playing great on offense, defense,” said Brady. “It’s going to be a huge challenge for us. I love it. I love the opportunity to compete against great teams this time of the year — as Thanksgiving approaches — and it means a lot for both teams.”
Cowboys and Patriots on Sunday is a highly anticipated matchup between two of the NFL’s marquee franchises. It is also the first time Brady will get to dual with Dak Prescott. Historically, Brady has the Cowboys’ number, however, as he has won all four of his games against them.