Tom Brady Talks About Pre-Game Sex Ritual With Gisele Bundchen
Tom Brady discussed his pre-game sex ritual with Gisele Bundchen during a recent appearance on the “Armchair Expert” podcast with host Dax Shepard.
“I’m going to ask a single Howard Stern-esque question,” Shepard said.
“And that is, do you make love to your wife on a game day or is that off the table? Be honest.”
Brady was clearly caught off guard by the question. After a quick laugh, he did his best to delve into the answer.
“Oh man, that’s probably off the table,” he replied.
“I wouldn’t say it’s probably never happened, but I don’t think that would be the moment.”
Brady took the whole thing in stride, though.
“That wouldn’t be my pre-game warm-up,” he added.
Brady and his family moved to Florida this past offseason when he left the New England Patriots to join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The 43-year-old admitted on the podcast that it has been an adjustment.
“We came to Florida for the last five months and my daughter’s like, ‘Daddy, what are we gonna do for Christmas? What are we gonna do for Halloween? Is there Halloween in Tampa?'” he said of his 7-year-old daughter.
“Every time we eat, we eat outside and it’s like 85 degrees, [and] she won’t eat outside with us. She goes inside the house,” he said. “She’s like, ‘Daddy, I do not like it this hot all the time.’”
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This weekend, Brady and his Buccaneers will open the season with a match-up against Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints. It is arguably the most highly-anticipated showdown on the calendar Sunday, as it pits two of the best quarterbacks of their generation against one another.
Brady, for his part, had nothing but positive things to say about Brees.
“Obviously when you go against great players like Drew and a great team like that, you know there’s not a lot of margin of error,” he said.
“Sometimes you go up against lesser experienced players — at certainly the quarterback position — maybe some defenses or some teams aren’t as well-rounded as others. But the Saints are not one of those teams.
“They have a great quarterback, a great offense, incredible skill players, great continuity in their organization. Defense, they rush the passer, good in the secondary, great at linebacker. They’ve got everything.”
This is going to be a big year for Brady. Fresh off his somewhat messy break-up with the Patriots, both sides will be eager to prove that they walked away with the better end of the deal.
Will the six-time Super Bowl champ be able to make his old team sorry they let him go? Time will tell.
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