Alex Smith: ‘I don’t feel sorry for Tom Brady’

Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports
Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady struggled Monday night, but he won’t get any pity from Alex Smith.

Brady went 14-of-23 for 159 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions in a 41-14 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday night.

One of Brady’s picks was returned for a touchdown, and he was strip sacked in the third quarter.

After the game reporters asked Smith if he felt bad for Brady.

The Chiefs quarterback responded: “Do I feel bad for Tom Brady?”

“No offense, Tom, but no. He’s got more rings than I do, so I don’t feel sorry for him. No.”

The 37-year-old Brady has had a Hall of Fame career with three Super Bowl rings, two Super Bowl and NFL MVPs and nine Pro Bowl selections.  But he’s off to one of his worst starts in his 15-year career.

Smith finished the game with 248 yards passing and three touchdowns.

“Tonight was a big night for us, I think Monday Night Football back here at Arrowhead certainly guys stepped up to the emotional challenge of Monday Night Football,” said Smith.


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