Tom Brady has done it all in his career. The undisputable Greatest of all time has nothing to prove anymore. But even 7 Super bowls later, he still hasn’t impressed Kevin Hart. And Hart had jokes for Brady.
Tom Brady dominated the entire league during his 20-year tenure with the New England Patriots. 6 Super Bowls and 3 MVPs later, people still questioned Brady’s greatness, claiming his success was because of Bill Belichick.
So when Brady hit free agency in 2020, he decided a change and scenery and went to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. And in only his first season, he led the Bucs to the Promised Land. Brady and the Bucs went from being a wildcard team to making the Super Bowl and dominating the Kansas City Chiefs on their way to lifting the Lombardi trophy.
Tom Brady: 6th round, 199th pick.
Production for the Patriots:
– 70,514 yards.
– 517 touchdowns.
– 6 Super Bowls.
– 4 Super Bowl MVPs.
– 3 NFL MVPs.
– 3 All-Pro selections.
– 14 Pro Bowl selections.
— NFL UK (@NFLUK) April 26, 2021
Kevin Hart jokingly challenged Brady to go to the Detroit Lions
Speaking as part of the NFL’s Draft-a-Thon, Hart hooked up with Brady and others, and as part of some good natured ribbing, he teased the quarterback. As Hart admitted, he’s sick of hearing about the Brady hype. His proposition? Hart will be a believer in the greatness and talent of Brady only if he gets the Lions over the hump.
“You know what Tom, I’m so sick of it. I really am. You want to make me a believer? Go to Detroit. Go to Detroit right now and take them to the Super Bowl. If you can do that, then I’ll believe it. Until then, it’s a hoax. I’m not a believer. I’m not a believer. I’m not on the Brady train.
Kevin Hart wants Tom Brady to win a Super Bowl in Detroit to prove that he’s the greatest of all-time
— Barstool Detroit (@BSMotorCity) May 1, 2021
Brady laughed it off, which was probably all he could do to be diplomatic. Tom Brady in a Lions uniform would be like two opposite worlds combining. Brady has won 34 playoff games during his 21-year career. The Lions, on the other hand, have not won a playoff game since 1991.
It has been 10,548 days since the Detroit Lions’ last Playoff Win against the Dallas Cowboys on January 5th, 1992.
The #1 song was “Black or White” by Michael Jackson.
Gas was $1.13 per gallon & the #1 movie at the box office was “Hook.”
Lions fans deserve better.
— Jim (@SportsJimShow) November 23, 2020
Brady and the Bucs will hope to go back-to-back in 2021. The Super Bowl Champs re-signed all 22 starters and look primed to be the best in the NFC once again. However, just the idea of Brady in a Lions uniform seems amazing.