VIDEO: Patriots, Broncos Brawl After Tom Brady Trolls Hard With A Punt

Don't ever make Tom Brady mad. He will embarrass you, your team, your coach and pretty much anything else one could think of. He's already thrown six touchdown passes against the Broncos and the Patriots put the game out of reach way before the fourth quarter. So there was only one thing left to do.


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Brady quick-punted on third down with just over three minutes to go in the fourth quarter. Seriously. The only way it could've been more insulting to the Broncos is if he'd done it on first or second.

By the way, that punt was the longest punt of the game. Can't even make this stuff up.

The result was a brawl, because of course the Broncos were mad. Von Miller got into it with a New England player after hitting him from behind (gif here) and the scrum boiled over onto the Patriots sideline. Bill Belichick even got into the mix.

The Patriots are the trolliest team ever, and I kind of love it.

For more on the two teams, check out Denver Broncos blog Mile High Report and New England Patriots blog Pats Pulpit. For more coverage of the NFL Playoffs, head over toSB Nation's NFL news hub.

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