Tom Brady was one of the hottest trends on Twitter on Monday night after Aaron Rodgers suffered a potentially season-ending Achilles injury. He is currently in retirement and a partial owner of the Las Vegas Raiders. Brady retired once before and came out of retirement to play for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2022, but that didn’t go well for him.
Brady was recently honored on Sunday at the New England Patriots game in a 25-20 loss against the Philadelphia Eagles. A lot of NFL fans would rather see Brady in a New York Jets uniform rather than Zach Wilson as the starting quarterback for the rest of the season. There were a ton of reactions to Brady maybe coming out of retirement for a second time after Monday night football, but it is probably not going to happen.
NFL Fans React on Twitter About Tom Brady Coming Out of Retirement to Replace Aaron Rodgers
This morning on the Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz, Jon Weiner said on the show,
“These are the type of things to happen to the Jets. I’m surprised he made it to opening night…Tom Brady’s still available tho.”
“These are the type of things that happen to the Jets. I’m surprised he made it to opening night…Tom Brady’s still available tho.”
— Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz (@LeBatardShow) September 12, 2023
There will be many radio shows today reacting to the Rodgers news and some will maybe even mention Brady’s name as well. Other fans had some interesting sayings as well on Twitter.
“Tom Brady going to the Jets would be illegal.” pic.twitter.com/QJ3Mg1HRMJ
— Omaha Productions (@OmahaProd) September 12, 2023
— HOT TAKES ANA 🏈 (@FootballGirlAna) September 12, 2023
If Rodgers’ injury is as bad as this halftime show is making it sound like it is, then there’s only one possible answer:
Tom Brady to the Jets.
— nick wright (@getnickwright) September 12, 2023
These are some very interesting and funny reactions on Twitter about Brady possibly in a New York Jets uniform. He has won six Super Bowls in his NFL career with the New England Patriots, the Jets rivals, and one Super Bowl with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Would he be able to continue his GOAT status if he came out of retirement at 46 years old and led the Jets to a Super Bowl title, which has not been done since 1969? That is a hail mary, but an interesting quick thought because New York is going to stick with Zach Wilson and the other quarterbacks in the room despite the Aaron Rodgers injury.