Tom Brady just made a Super Bowl prediction after Rob Gronkowski trade

Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski, New England Patriots. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski, New England Patriots. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images) /

It’s safe to say Tom Brady is Big Hype to be reunited with Rob Gronkowski in Tampa Bay.

Tom Brady knows to how summon one Rob Gronkowski: With the trusty conch shell.

Brady is not only the greatest quarterback of all time, but he’s lowkey one of the best conch shell players in the entire world. Who else can blow into a conch shell and bring his former tight end out of retirement to come play in Tampa Bay?

Okay, Gronkowski had to be traded from the New England Patriots first, but this is the type of reintroduction he and the people of Tampa deserve.

While not an official Super Bowl proclimation, Brady very specifically says he and Gronk are going to ‘run it back’. If the cronch shell wasn’t already enough, the Super Bowl prediction should be music to the ears of Bucs fans everywhere.

Plus, let’s be real: Third-person Gronk is our favorite Gronk and we’re all so very, very glad he’s back.

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The Buccaneers are not only going to be a good football team, they’re going to have so much fun. With an ‘It’s 5 O’Clock Somewhere’ mentality echoing down from top to bottom, these Floridian pirates are about to have more fun playing football than Ken Stabler or Fred Biletnikoff ever did playing for John Madden’s Oakland Raiders. Why do football pirates get to have all the fun?

So will the Buccaneers use the conch shell as a rallying cry at future games at Raymond James Stadium? I mean, it would be beyond disgraceful not to. You fly that Jolly Roger proudly and you blast that conch shell like your playing Jack in a middle school rendition of Lord of the Flies.

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There are people who want to be champions, and then there are those who are already champions. Brady and Gronkowski have a combined nine Super Bowl rings between the two of them. They have set sail from a Boston harbor in favor of warm weather and more days off. It’s the pirate’s life for them on the Florida Gulf Coast.