Giants gave Brady just two of largest upsets in his livelihood
Tom Brady could possess nine Super Bowl names if it was not for the New York Giants bothering the New England Patriots from the tournament twice throughout his career.
Brady, who's going to begin his own pursuit of an eighth name and second as part of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, wondered on The Sophisticated Sports Podcast why Giants fans despise him.
"I've got a question for you. How can you hate me if you are a Giants fan? You ought to love me! This was the only team I never conquer, was that the freakin' Giants," he explained. "It is all great. I have got to find out how to overcome the Giants someday. Perhaps we have ta have some form of rematch today that I am in Tampa at a championship match."
Brady has played regular-season games against the Giants in his legendary career. His groups have just lost one time during that interval.
The Buccaneers narrowly beat the Giants in the past year's regular-season match, 25-23. Brady struck Mike Evans to get an 8-yard touchdown pass about nine minutes remaining in the match to give Tampa Bay the lead.
Brady is 7-3 all time from the Super Bowl.