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Tom Brady Praises Buffalo Bills Fans: ‘They Rally Around Their Team!’

Tom Brady Praises Buffalo Bills Fans: 'They Rally Around Their Team!' - Sports Illustrated Buffalo Bills News, Analysis and More

Former NFL quarterback Tom Brady felt the ire of Buffalo Bills fans for his entire career, but now that he’s retired, he’s able to appreciate the fanbase’s passion.

Former NFL quarterback Tom Brady was the most-hated man in Buffalo for over 20 years, and he still has a solid argument for that title.

Over his 20-year tenure with the New England Patriots, Brady went an astounding 32-3 against the Bills, who struggled for most of that time. Bills fans thought they were free from Brady’s reign of terror when he signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2020, but he got one last laugh over Buffalo in the form of an overtime win in 2021.

Despite all the pain Brady has inflicted on Buffalo fans, he’s always had a great deal of respect for Bills Mafia. On the latest episode of his Let’s Go podcast, Brady shared his admiration for one of the league’s most-passionate fanbases, and specifically the involvement of the franchise’s icons.

“It’s always so funny–the years that I’ve played there and Jim Kelly’s on the sideline and Andre Reed’s there. Bruce Smith is around. Thurman Thomas, you’d see a lot. I think that they have such a close community of people. It feels like a real football fraternity of guys who have played for the Bills,” Brady said. “They do rally around their teams.”

Later in the podcast, Bills quarterback Josh Allen, the special guest for this episode, shared his own thoughts on the Buffalo faithful. Allen obviously hasn’t “felt the wrath” of Bills Mafia like Brady has, so he’s passionate about the fanbase in a different but more appreciative way.

“What I feel is it’s a fanbase that, as Tom eluded to earlier, they love football,” Allen said. “They love the Bills. Mafia, I really think that’s a term for family. It is so family-oriented here, it reminds me so much of how I was born and raised in my hometown, in terms of everybody feels like they know everybody. It’s just one big community…

“It’s a fan base that’s starving to win a world championship. You can still feel the hurt, the energy, and passion that they still have for those teams.”

With Buffalo still competing for championships, Bills Mafia is still just as passionate about its beloved team.

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