Tedy Bruschi believes Tom Brady will want to ‘crush the Patriots’ in Week 4

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One of the most anticipated regular season games in NFL history is coming in Week 4 of the 2021 season.

Tom Brady, after spending two decades with the New England Patriots, will return back to Foxborough to take on Bill Belichick and Cam Newton. Brady obviously is coming off a Super Bowl win with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Bill Belichick is recovering from a 7-9 year with an entirely revamped unit.

This game will consist of zero excuses. It’s either Brady or Belichick and both teams will have a few gams to get into the groove of the season and prepare. Tedy Bruschi discussed the matchup and he believes Brady will come in with a killer mentality — which isn’t surprising.

“Throughout the course of the week, he’ll say all the right things and he’ll act the right way, and he’ll get his team to say all the right things too,” Bruschi said on ESPN’s Get Up. “But he can’t contain himself. “Those emotions, they’re just a fire in there that he’s always had. He’ll feel it, and he’ll want to crush the New England Patriots. He’ll want to score 30 to 40 points. That’s just who he is, no matter if it’s a divisional rival or it’s his old team. Brady will be emotionally, possibly, out of control at times.”

Brady will definitely carry more external emotions, but that could potentially be an advantage for him.

“Which one of them do I feel detaches better than the other?,” Bruschi said. “For me, it’s Bill Belichick, so for him, emotions won’t be there.”

Brady went to Twitter to comment on the matchup with a hilarious remark.

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Belichick has one of the best offensive lines and a much-improved defense — making for a game full of fireworks and excitement.

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