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Tom Brady threw a red zone interception with six minutes to go against the Redskins on Sunday, giving Washington a chance to tie the game late instead of ending the drive with a 14-point lead.
Judging by hand motions, it appeared Brady was furious with Tiquan Underwood, who let Josh Wilson undercut his route to make a great interception in the endzone. Offensive coordinator Bill O’Brien took exception to Brady’s comments, and the two had a heated argument.
It got so heated that players and coaches, including Bill Belichick, had to pull O’Brien away from Brady, who was sitting on the bench.
Moments later, O’Brien was sitting next to his QB and it appeared tempers had cooled.
After the game, Brady owned up to the argument.
“I threw a pretty bad interception so he wasn’t happy about it,” Brady said of O’Brien. “It was probably a long line of players and coaches that were pissed at me, but Billy got to me first. He let me have it, I deserved it.”
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