Found January 09, 2012 on
Tim Tebow's first meeting with Tom Brady didn't go too smoothly for the second-year quarterback, as the Patriots rolled to a 41-23 win in Denver.
After that game, when the two signal-callers greeted each other on the field, Brady told Tebow, "We'll see you again."
Tebow was reminded of that meeting on Sunday, and Boston Herald reporter Ian Rapoport noted that his reaction was downright biblical.
"He might've said something like that, so I guess he's a prophet, I don't know," Tebow said, according to the Herald.
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