Boston-born actor Chris Evans is a famous fan of the New England Patriots. In an earlier interview with Men’s Magazine, Evans considered himself a great charmer when it came to his level of fandom with the Patriots. In an interview with Jimmy Kimmel Live a few years ago, Evans admitted in an article about NBC Sports that he liked quarterback Tom Brady more than the Patriots themselves. There’s Tom. I like the Patriots like any other sports organization, but Tom is a special person, Evans said in the interview.
Evans is still a fan of the Patriots.
Now that Brady has left the Patriots and signed a two-year, $50 million contract with the Tampa Bay Bookrunners, Evans told Jimmy Kimmel Live in an interview on Friday that he is still a New England fan.
I, Evans, answered Kimmel’s question if he’d go after the Patriots without Brady. However, the actor admitted that he was watching the pirates as usual. But I’d be lying if I wasn’t watching Tampa Bay a little more than usual, Evans said as the author transcribed Kimmel’s YouTube video.
Captain America’s Star also said he liked the way 43-year-old Brady plays with the Buccaneers, who currently lead the southern NFC with a 5-2 scoreline. After a rocky start with the Buccaneers Brady finally got to a flying start when he threw 15 touchdown passes in the last five races. The Buccaneers won 4-1, including beautiful victories on the Green Bay Packers and the Las Vegas Raiders.
Patriots fight in the last three races
The Patriots, meanwhile, are now dragging 2-4 after a series of defeats in three games, the last of which they lost 33-6 to 49-year-old San Francisco players. With Brady’s departure, the patriots turned to Cam Newton as the starting quarterback. This season, however, he has fought hard and only managed 88 of 131 passes for 969 yards and two touchdowns with seven interceptions.
But in an interview with Jim Gray on Westwood One Radio, Brady said he thinks the Patriots can make up for it. Brady also expressed his confidence in Newton, who received the Best Player Award during his time at the Carolina Panthers in 2015.
No change in buccaneer injury report
According to Friday’s injury report, the Buccaneers might have to play soccer Monday night at the New York Giants without the receiver of Chris Godwin, who is a professional player.
Godwin underwent surgery on Tuesday to repair a fracture in his left index finger caused by a Brady touchdown in the 45-20 win over the Raiders. According to the injury report on the team’s official website, Godwin did not participate in the training. Four players were banned during practice, including Rob Gronkowski (shoulder), wide receiver Scotty Miller (hip/grid), defender Jason Pierre-Paul and defender Antoine Winfield Jr. The Buccaneers are 10 points more favorite than the Giants in their best dismantling time.
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