Rams’ Nickell Robey-Coleman Could Have Simply Mentioned The Factor To Tick Off Tom Brady

Los Angeles Rams cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman has supplied bulletin board materials for Tom Brady simply days earlier than the Tremendous Bowl on Sunday ― simply in case the fiercely aggressive New England Patriots quarterback wants further motivation.

“Age has undoubtedly taken a toll,” Robey-Coleman was quoted as saying in Monday’s Bleacher Report in regards to the five-time Tremendous Bowl champ he’ll be squaring off in opposition to. “For him to nonetheless be doing it, that’s an excellent praise for him. However I believe that he’s undoubtedly not the identical quarterback he was. Motion. Pace. Velocity. Arm power. He nonetheless can sling it, however he’s not slinging it as a lot.”

The cross defender continued: “He’s nonetheless doing the identical issues; he’s simply not doing as a lot of it. And generally, it’s not the sharpest.”

Tom Brady celebrates the victory over the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC championship game that advanced New England to Sunday

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Tom Brady celebrates the victory over the Kansas Metropolis Chiefs within the AFC championship sport that superior New England to Sunday’s Tremendous Bowl.

The remarks ought to give the 41-year-old Brady a couple of days to stew, and it firmly landed the 27-year-old Robey-Coleman proper again within the middle of controversy. He was the defensive again who appeared to intervene with New Orleans Saints receiver Tommylee Lewis at a crucial second within the NFC championship sport earlier this month however was not flagged.

Robey-Coleman admitted that he interfered, and the non-call induced a furor.

Nickell Robey-Coleman, pictured during the Rams' victory over the Saints in the NFC championship game, may have tugged on Sup

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Nickell Robey-Coleman, pictured through the Rams’ victory over the Saints within the NFC championship sport, could have tugged on Superman’s cape together with his remarks about Tom Brady’s declining capacity.

Now he’s getting in Brady’s face earlier than the sport even begins.

Robey-Coleman isn’t the primary critic to marvel if Father Time has gotten the very best of Brady, however the timing is attention-grabbing.

h/t Boston.com