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Tom Brady Posts Epic Hype Video Before Buccaneers' Divisional Round Game

Larry Rupp
Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Tom Brady posted an epic hype video ahead of the team's Divisional Round playoff game.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Tom Brady posted an epic hype video ahead of the team's Divisional Round playoff game. / Michael Reaves/GettyImages
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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers' hope of repeating as Super Bowl Champions is still alive and well heading into the Divisional Round of the playoffs. Head coach Bruce Arians' squad has gone through ups and downs this season, yet remains a powerhouse with quarterback Tom Brady at the helm.

Brady posted an epic video on social media to get the Tampa Bay fan base hyped for Sunday's game.

Brady starts the video stating that it was put together prior to the team's Wild Card win over the Philadelphia Eagles. He joked that tight end Rob Gronkowski would've simply ate the memory card if they lost. Of course, the Buccaneers looked unstoppable in what ended up being a 31-15 victory.

The rest of the video makes it pretty clear as to what Brady's motivation is this time around. The reel of highlights shown is ended with a simple phrase, "still here". Whether Brady genuinely feels disrespected or not, it's safe to say that his latest video will only get the fans going even more.

The home crowd should play a role as Tampa Bay takes on the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday at Raymond James Stadium. The Buccaneers will be looking to avenge a Week 3 loss to Los Angeles and head into this playoff contest as 3-point favorites, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.


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