Tony Dungy positions Tom Brady as sixth hardest QB he ever confronted, Brady reacts with unobtrusive savaging

In the event that the contempt between Indianapolis Colts fans and New England Patriots fans wasn’t at that point sufficiently seething, previous Colts mentor Tony Dungy put forth a valiant effort to stir up the blazes considerably more.

The Hall of Fame mentor showed up on individual Hall of Famer Shannon Sharpe’s digital broadcast “Club Shay” to examine his rundown of the hardest quarterbacks he looked as a mentor.

Dungy clarified that Peyton Manning was the best quarterback he ever confronted. In the wake of Manning, Dungy said portable quarterbacks, for example, John Elway, Steve Young and Aaron Rodgers were in every case extremely hard to blueprint against.

Dungy added he wasn’t stating Brady was anything but difficult to stop, however he didn’t have the “extra dimension” that mobile quarterbacks present.

“Those mobile quarterbacks, that’s who I put ahead of Tom,” Dungy said. “Aaron Rodgers, John Elway, Steve Young, the guys who could move. Not saying Tom wasn’t great. He is great but that extra dimension meant something to me so that’s why I would only put him at six.”

News of Dungy’s list found its way back to Brady and the six-time Super Bowl champion reacted to what he saw as a slight with unpretentious savaging.

Brady tweeted an image of the Colt’s 2014 AFC finalist banner. Brady and the New England Patriots defeated the Colts in the 2014 AFC Championship game 45-7.

The Patriots proceeded to win Super Bowl XLIX over the Seattle Seahawks 28-24.

Brady’s jab at Dungy was similarly subtle and savage. Indeed, even Pat McAfee couldn’t react to Brady’s burn.

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