The Tom Brady return to Foxboro hoopla is getting out of control. The return of Tom Brady to Foxboro is one of the biggest sporting events of the year apparently. For the first time ever, NBC’s Today Show and NBC Nightly News will broadcast from Gillette Stadium in advance of the game.
ABC’s Good Morning America might follow suit and do the same thing.
See the report below:
How big is Brady vs. Belichick?
The Today Show and NBC Nightly News will report live from Gillette Stadium on Friday. Good Morning America had similar plans until this week.
On Sunday, NBC, ESPN and the NFL Network will host and air their pregame studio shows from Foxboro.
— Andrew Callahan (@_AndrewCallahan) September 28, 2021
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— Michelle (@_lafilleennoir) September 29, 2021
Possibly the biggest regular season game of all time. Goat v goat. Combined 15 rings. 12 of them won together. Big dramatic story. It’s gonna be NUTS. I can’t fucking wait https://t.co/NzyVt79FIv
— WE HAVE LIFE #ForeverNE (@ColemanJunior2) September 29, 2021
— Sonny Vega (@THESONNYVEGA) September 29, 2021
Peyton Manning's return to Indianapolis didn't need this much fanfare just saying https://t.co/gSXkdNPjt3
— Ryan Zimmerman (@RyanZimmerman24) September 29, 2021
— B (@shortbumble22) September 28, 2021
I hate this all so much https://t.co/LtPy9ddGt4
— Lynnrae Smith (@LynnraeQ) September 28, 2021
I mean, I wish there was a likelihood of this being a competitive game worthy of the hype but……. Bucs are gonna roll. https://t.co/Qw6xOcrIab
— Vin Sidious (@VinSidious) September 28, 2021
Biggest Regular Season Game Ever https://t.co/NxjIdvI5q1
— 🅱 (@BGOMES8888) September 28, 2021
Lmao they’re literally treating this like the Super Bowl https://t.co/QPv9dhfzuT
— boston sports fan (@michaelgscott24) September 28, 2021
Not sure this regular season game warrants this kind of coverage, but you know everyone always loves to jump on the hype train.
Bucs-Pats will kick off at 8:20 p.m. ET Sunday on NBC.