Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady and his longtime wife Gisele Bundchen appear to be headed for a divorce.
Over the past several days, new details have slowly leaked out regarding where Brady and Bundchen may have gone wrong.
One in particular stood out to NFL fans.
According to Radar Online, Bundchen allegedly being unhappy with Brady’s efforts in the bedroom may have contributed to some issues.
“That marriage has gone cold as ice,” the report stated.
“Gisele is a Brazilian supermodel with a super sex drive and she’s told her friends she needs more from her all-American husband.”
Apparently it has become a real problem.
“She fears he’s fallen out of love with her,” the report continued. “She told friends she can’t live without it anymore!”
Yikes. That certainly serves in stark contrast to the recent stories about Joe Burrow’s bedroom prowess.
What makes all this particularly stunning is that the topic of Brady’s and Bundchen’s fun times is actually not that taboo. He himself brought up his pre-game bedroom ritual with her in an interview.
It is hard to see how Brady and Bundchen recover from all this. Which probably explains the former’s weird cry-for-help video from this past week. He sees where all this is heading.
What makes the matter even more complicated is that Brady’s Buccaneers teammates seem to be over all the drama. They have reportedly been mocking his marriage woes as of late. And frankly, it’s hard to blame them. There is only so much of this you can take before growing weary of the incessant reports.
Brady returned to the NFL summer, possibly at the expense of his marriage, to win another Super Bowl. At the moment his team is 2-2 and struggling to separate itself from the other mediocre teams in the league right now.
The hits keep coming for Russell Wilson and Ciara. https://t.co/fYEK9KYBbC
— Game 7 (@game7__) October 7, 2022
That said, the Buccaneers have arguably the easiest remaining schedule in the NFL this year. A championship is not outside of Brady’s reach.
Will it solve all his problems? Probably not.
Could it fulfill the greatest of all time enough to help him get through this rough stretch in his personal life? Perhaps.
A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.