Tom Brady Torches Josh Allen on Twitter for Golf Trash Talk

Devon Platana
Legendary quarterback Tom Brady has absolutely torched QB Josh Allen on Twitter for his golf trash talk.
Legendary quarterback Tom Brady has absolutely torched QB Josh Allen on Twitter for his golf trash talk. / Handout photo-USA TODAY Sports

Last month, four of the NFL's best quarterbacks — Tom Brady, Josh Allen, Aaron Rodgers and Patrick Mahomes — competed in The Match, a celebrity charity golf event. The veteran team of Brady and Rodgers walked away with the victory, leaving Allen feeling a bit salty.

The Buffalo Bills gunslinger appeared on Barstool's "Bussin' With The Boys" podcast, saying that Brady was the worst of the four QBs when it came to golf. To no one's surprise, TB12 decided to take to Twitter to absolutely eviscerate Allen.

Brady, who can be one of the most savage NFL personalities on social media, simply said that he's a fan of Allen's "confidence after moving to 0-5" when it comes to the duo's head-to-head matchups. Of course, Brady's referring to the fact that he's 4-0 against his Bills counterpart on the gridiron.

While Brady's first three victories over the Allen-led Bills came when the 44-year-old was with the New England Patriots, he also helped the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeat Buffalo 33-27 in overtime back in December.

Allen looked strong in the most recent meeting, completing 36 passes for 308 yards and 2 touchdowns with an interception. Unfortunately, it wasn't enough to top Brady, who has 363 of his own passing yards along with a pair of TD passes without an INT.

Brady's comments were made in good fun, though. The two QBs ended up joking with emojies in the comment section of Brady's tweet, so it's nice to see that no one is taking anything too seriously.

Unfortunately, it could be quite some time before Allen snags a win over Brady, be it on the golf course or football field. The Buccaneers and Bills don't meet in 2022, leaving Super Bowl LVII as the only potential meeting date this season.

Super Bowl Odds

The good news for football fans is that a Brady vs. Allen Super Bowl meeting is a legitimate possibility. FanDuel Sportsbook is currently favoring a Buccaneers vs. Bills game to be the Super Bowl LVII matchup at +1700 odds.

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