Tom Brady’s wife, Gisele Bundchen, does not understand that you win as a team and you lose as a team. Do you hear Tom Brady’s teammates complaining when he throws picks? I understand that Brady’s supermodel wife was pissed off at the taunts of the New York Giant fans, but her open criticisms of Welker and the other Patriot receivers are unjustified.
Bundchen also asked family and friends to pray for Brady prior to the Super Bowl game. I am guessing that a shallow type like her likely prayed for a victory in the biggest football game in the world. I wonder if Gisele stopped to contemplate the paradox of Eli Manning’s wife also praying for Eli to win. Not saying Eli’s wife prayed for a win……just saying.
A striking beauty like Bundchen does not have be any good at teamwork. She is a solo performer who can name her time and place whenever she wants. So I guess her behavior was quite to be expected.
Gisele Bundchen ripped into the Patriots receivers for the failed plays she believes cost her quarterback husband Tom Brady a fourth Super Bowl ring. The Brazilian supermodel was caught on camera lambasting No. 12’s teammates after Sunday’s game in Indianapolis as she angrily defended taunts against her husband by Giants fans.
“You [need] to catch the ball when you’re supposed to catch the ball,” she is heard saying. “My husband cannot [expletive] throw the ball and catch the ball at the same time. I can’t believe they dropped the ball so many times.”
Although Bundchen mentioned no names, she almost certainly was referring to wide receiver Wes Welker, who was judged to have made the costliest fourth-quarter drop, along with a missed catch by tight end Aaron Hernandez.
Bundchen’s unwavering support for her husband came as no surprise after it emerged that she sent a gushing email to family and friends asking them to pray for “Tommy” in the buildup to Super Bowl Sunday.
The prayers went unanswered, with her husband’s own late Hail Mary failing to deliver victory for the Patriots.
A distraught Welker later said he “let the team down” with his play near the Giants’ 20-yard-line, which came with 4:06 left on the clock and the Patriots up 17-15.