Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady shook hands with quarterback Patrick Mahomes after a loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 12. Some sports aficionados like Tony Romo predict the two will meet again in Super Bowl LV to be played at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, Florida on Sunday, 7 February.
Brady’s handshakes have become a topic of national discussion ever since he snubbed quarterback Nick Foles after Super Bowl LII between the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles. Since then, people have tracked Brady’s seemingly random decisions on whether to shake or not shake the hands of the opposing quarterback after a game. Last week, for example, Brady did not shake Jared Goff’s hand. But this week, Brady exchanged germs with Mahomes.
Here’s a look at it.
Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes after Sunday’s 27-24 win for the Chiefs. pic.twitter.com/OQLYYj6NCy
— QB Handshakes (@QBHandshakes) November 30, 2020
You can tell @TomBrady respects @PatrickMahomes because even when he loses to the #Chiefs he still comes on the field and shakes Mahomes’ hand. Brady doesn’t normally like to shake when he loses. #Chiefs #ChiefsKingdom #chiefsvsbucs #NFL
— Stellar Stefan (@StellarStefan) November 30, 2020