Tom Brady and the Bucs land and train in Munich ready for an ‘epic game’ against the Seahawks as the QB seeks an overseas surprise to take his mind off Gisele Bundchen’s divorce
- The Tampa Bay Buccaneers arrived in Munich, Germany, Thursday morning ahead of the historic matchup
- Tom Brady’s team takes on a rampant Seattle Seahawks at 9:30 a.m. ET at the famed Allianz Arena
- After Thursday Night Football, Tampa now has exclusive possession of the NFC South with their 4-5 record
- Brady recently split from supermodel Gisele Bundchen’s wife and is currently 1-0 since their public split
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Tom Brady and his teammates in Tampa Bay have arrived in Munich for a historic National Football League game against the Seattle Seahawks – the first-ever on German soil.
NFC South’s first-placed Bucs order wasn’t a pretzel and pint of lager, but a trip to FC Bayern’s campus, where they trained on the women’s field.
Tampa Bay looked cheerful, not unlike Sunday’s opponents in Seattle, who thoroughly enjoyed their training at the home of the German record champions.
Seven-time Super Bowl champion looked upbeat ahead of Friday morning practice for Sunday’s game against Seattle
It wasn’t long before Brady had his match face — and helmet — back on as the Bucs prepare to upset the Seattle Seahawks
Brady and the Buccaneers (4-5) would no doubt have been bolstered by the outcome of Thursday Night Football’s NFC South divisional clash.
Carolina exacted revenge on the Atlanta Falcons in Charlotte, NC. to claim their third win of the season, leaving Atlanta a loss behind Brady and co. on 4-6.
Tampa arrived in Munich early in the morning local time Friday before hopping on a coach for practice.
Brady distinctively led the Bucs on a game-winning drive as they defeated the reigning Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams 16-13 on Sunday to keep their playoff hopes well and truly alive.
Tom Brady stepped off the plane from Tampa to Germany in an understated yet stylish black hoodie and charcoal joggers
Tom Brady was closely followed by his confidant and personal trainer, Alex Guerrero (L) as he was when he was QB for New England
If they beat the blazing hot NFC West with the Seattle Seahawks (6-3), led by quarterback Geno Smith, Tampa would get a one-game lead in the chaotic NFC South.
The longtime New England Patriot quarterback discussed his cheers at the opportunity to play for ardent German fans on his Let’s go! podcast Monday.
“The chance to go to another country,” Brady told host Jim Gray. “Play a sport I love, I’ve heard there are 3 million ticket requests for 67,000 seats.
“So, the place is going to rock and if it’s like what I see in those German Bundesliga games, this is going to be one of the epic games we’ve ever played in. So I’m super excited.’
Brady, like most players, has been bracing for their training in Munich, Germany, given the chilly temperature in the Bavarian city
Tampa Bay quarterbacks coach Clyde Christensen put 45-year-old Brady to the test in training Friday morning