He has nothing to prove in his NFL career, but he gets to compete for another Super Bowl.
The 44-year-old play-caller isn’t shy in showing his comical side through social media.
This time, he took a shot at Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen with this tweet.
It isn’t anything football-related, but it’s still a competition nonetheless.
— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) April 18, 2022
Brady said, “An artist’s rendering of me watching @JoshAllenQB’s approach after laying up on a par 4.”
The photo is obviously edited with Allen’s head and the Bills logo placed onto one of his kids.
This is a light-hearted jab because Brady and Allen will participate in the sixth edition of “The Match” golf challenge.
Brady and Aaron Rodgers have played in the fourth edition of this match play event.
The seven-time Super Bowl winner teamed up with Phil Mickelson, while the reigning MVP played with Bryson DeChambeau.
This time, Brady and Rodgers will form one pair while Allen will play with Patrick Mahomes.
It’s an NFC versus AFC battle, this time on the greens, on June 1 at Wynn Las Vegas.
A Tampa Bay-Buffalo Super Bowl Would Be Magnificent
Forget about the halftime show if the Bills and the Buccaneers compete for the Super Bowl this year because the game will be the best entertainment.
If not for some clutch moments, Brady and Allen nearly faced off for the Vince Lombardi trophy last season.
The Buccaneers went back to level the count at 27 against the Los Angeles Rams during the Divisional Round matchup, but Matt Gay sent the Rams to the NFC title game with a walk-off field goal.
Meanwhile, Allen had the lead over Mahomes and the Chiefs with 13 seconds left.
However, Kansas City forced overtime and won by scoring a Travis Kelce touchdown.
It might not take long until Brady and Allen clash for the world championship.