Everyone who saw it live knew it was only a matter of time before Tom Brady's silent expletive hit the Internet. And now you can share and embed the quarterback's famous sideline speech as an equally muted animated GIF. Boom.

The Patriots quarterback appears to have said "fuck you, bitches" after a reviewed touchdown play was ruled in favor of New England in a heated game against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, although sports fans on Reddit offered their own interpretations -- "vacuum pizzas" among them.

New England would go on to bury Buffalo 52 to 28. The Bills led 14 to 7 at halftime and extended that lead early in the third quarter before the Pats rallied.

An animated GIF of Brady muttering the swear hit Reddit's comedy forum on Monday and shot up the ranks to the front page.

UPDATE: Oct. 2 -- New England wide receiver Wes Welker commented on Brady's potty talk, telling WEEI that the remark was directed at himself and Deion Branch, who had been giving the quarterback a hard time about his knee being down on the last play. Brady wouldn't clarify his swearing other than saying that it wasn't directed at referees or fans, Boston.com reports.

(via Reddit)


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