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Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Tom Brady appeared less than impressed by a press reporter informing him about Philadelphia Eagles QB Jalen Hurts’ statistics up until now this season.

Ahead of Tampa Bay’s important week 17 match versus the Carolina Panthers this Sunday, Brady provided an entertaining reaction when inquired about Jalen Hurts and the Eagles’ season up until now.

The Eagles hold the NFL’s finest record (13-2) and Hurts was the straight-out MVP favorite prior to a shoulder injury suffered versus the Chicago Bears kept him out of recently’s primetime fight versus the Dallas Cowboys.


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Reporter: “I just wanted to ask you if you had been paying any attention at all to what Jalen Hurts is doing. Philadelphia have the QB sneak at an unprecedented rate this year, he’s done it 29 times.”

Brady: “Wow.”

Reporter: “He’s converted 27 of them, which has never been done that many times. I think the most that you had in a season was 18 in 2011.”

Brady: “Wow, sick data.”

Despite the unbothered reaction from Brady, he did go on to applaud the Philadelphia Eagles and Jalen Hurts for their success this season.

Brady: “It’s an excellent tool to have [the QB sneak]. I like the method they’re doing it, they’re making it like a rugby scrum a bit. Putting a great deal of bodies in there which is a brand-new take on it.

“It’ll be interesting to see how defenses start to defend that. He’s [Hurts] doing a great job, he’s a great young player. Throwing the ball well, sneaking it well, running it well, scoring touchdowns – they’ve got a great team.” 


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Brady, now in his 23rd season in the NFL, has actually played in the league for over half of his life and continues to publish historical numbers each project he plays.

The 45-year-old is 4th in the league in passing lawns (4,178) behind just Kansas City’s Patrick Mahomes (4,720), Cincinnati’s Joe Burrow (4,260) and LA Chargers’ Justin Herbert (4,254).

The Buccaneers kick-off their penultimate video game of the routine season at 1pm EST on Sunday versus Carolina at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.


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