Sunday was a good day for those who dislike Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.
The Pats rolled into Nissan Stadium for a matchup with the 4-4 Titans and got dump-trucked by Tennessee, falling 34-10.
Brady had a tough time getting into a rhythm due to the heavy pressure the Titans put on him. The 41-year-old quarterback went 21-for-41 for 254 yards in the loss while being sacked three times and hit countless more.
So, naturally, Rob Parker, who has been skewering Brady as often as possible on a host of FS1 talk shows, took the Pats quarterback to task on Twitter.
For those not familiar with Parker’s schtick, L.O.A.T stands for “luckiest of all-time.” Parker maintains that Brady has been the beneficiary of good defenses, questionable calls and the greatest coach of all-time, making him the luckiest player in NFL history.
It has been a rough stretch for Brady statswise. After throwing for three touchdowns in a Week 7 win over the Chicago Bears, the 41-year-old struggled in a Week 8 win over the Buffalo Bills and threw for only one touchdown in a Week 9 victory against the Green Bay Packers.
That being said, the Patriots had won six straight coming into Sunday so they were bound to throw in a dud at some point.
While Brady hasn’t been the MVP he was a year ago, Parker’s “L.O.A.T” take is one of the worst takes in the debate show era, rivaled only by ESPN’s Max Kellerman’s “cliff” theory on Brady.