At times, Tom Brady's "California Cool" reputation escapes him. He morphs from calm and collected to angry and vocal, with harsh barbs flying every which way. It's become such a notable occurrence that he's even parodied his anger issues in comedic skits.
There was nothing jovial about his latest outburst, however.
Per the Boston Globe, Brady was "irate" following the Patriots' lackluster 23-16 win over the Jaguars on Sunday, and ripped into his teammates using "several expletives."
Afterward, presumably after a few woosah's, Brady described the team's effort -- or lack thereof -- to the media.
“We played pretty terrible out there,” said Brady. “It came down to the wire, and the defense made some plays. But that was a bad 60 minutes of football. We got outcompeted out there, outfought. We were lucky to win.”
Brady was understandably upset, but it's not like he wasn't part of the problem. In the first quarter of a game New England entered as 14.5 point favorites, Bra...