WATCH: Tom Brady had to admit it was miserably cold during the Patriots’ regular season finale


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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady may seem like a robot on the football field that isn’t affected by anything, but the cold got to him a little during their regular-season finale.

He was on the sidelines talking to Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels when he exclaimed “It’s f—— cold bro!” The video of Brady inner-most California, he grew up in the Bay Area, seeping out of him was captured by @Ryan_Spags.

It was extremely cold throughout most of America for the final day of the 2017 NFL season, and Foxborough, Mass. was no exception. The game-time temperature was 13 degrees, which makes it the coldest regular-season game in Patriots’ franchise history, per WPRI.

Fortunately for the Patriots, the afternoon ended with success. They defeated the New York Jets 26-6, clinching home-field advantage throughout the playoffs.

It may have been unpleasant afternoon, and the weather for their possibly two home playoff games in January might be worse. However, they surely would rather experience that brutal weather in front of their home fans, instead of having to travel to Pittsburgh.

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