Broncos fans now have yet another reason to dislike Tom Brady

Denver Broncos fans loved to hate Tom Brady during the former quarterback’s career. Now they have yet another reason to dislike the QB.

Brady is joining the Las Vegas Raiders as a minority owner, the team announced Monday. Brady is now set to serve as a co-owner of the Broncos’ biggest rival beginning with the 2023 season.

Brady went 9-9 against the Broncos during his decorated career, including an 8-6 mark in the regular season and a 1-3 record in the playoffs (his line postseason victory against Denver came when Tim Tebow was quarterback).

Brady also had a rivalry with former quarterback Peyton Manning that started when Manning was with the Indianapolis Colts and continued after No. 18 joined the Broncos.

Brady led the head-to-head series against Manning 11-6 in his career, but Manning had an edge in the playoffs, owning a 3-2 postseason record against Brady (including two playoff wins with Denver).

Brady now joins the AFC West as a minority owner, adding even more fuel to the rivalry between the Broncos and Raiders.

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