Tom Brady may have won more Super Bowls than any quarterback in NFL, with six rings in his pocket, but his new habit of throwing to the other team in key spots for big plays isn’t a good look for him.
In fact, Brady had thrown three pick-sixes in his last five games, heading into Sunday’s showdown with the Chargers.
Well, he added to that total in the Week 4 matchup.
Brady floated a pass toward the boundary in the second quarter of the game, with his team driving, and it was picked off by Chargers cornerback Michael Davis.
Davis ran it all the way back for a touchdown, and all of a sudden, the Chargers jumped out to a 14-7 lead.