By Justin Grasso
Tom Brady doesn’t lose many games. But when he does, he doesn’t seem very sportsmanlike.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles accomplished what every quarterback dreams of accomplishing. Winning the Super Bowl and taking home the MVP trophy. Foles did all of the above after a nail-biting victory over the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII.
Foles’ enemy of the night is no stranger to winning the Super Bowl MVP. In fact, he won it four times over the course of his 18-year career. Tom Brady had yet, another historical performance to add to his lengthy resume on Sunday night. Fortunately for the Eagles, they put up an even better fight than the Patriots did.
Brady finished the game with 505 yards and three touchdowns. Had it not been for a game-changing strip sack by Brandon Graham, who knows what way the game would’ve gone. But the bottom line is the Eagles came out on top and were crowned champions. So how did Brady react to his loss?
Apparently, the 40-year-old veteran is not very good at losing. Okay so that’s understandable, but the man couldn’t at least shake the hand of his opponent after the game? Multiple reports came from down on the field where reporters accused Brady of leaving the field after the Eagles won. Afterwards, NFL fans went into an uproar accusing Brady of bad...