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Gisele sounds off on Tom Brady

Gisele Bundchen, wife of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, is still a topic of discussion over her controversial comments about the play of New England's wide receivers in the Super Bowl. The supermodel was caught on camera complaining to a friend after hecklers told her Eli Manning owned Brady. "My husband cannot (expletive) throw the ball and catch the ball at the same time," she said. Many believe she was throwing the Pats wide receivers under the bus and blaming them for the loss. Others say she was just defending her husband. What do you think? Was she right to say what she did? Let us know your thoughts, and you could see your response on Eyewitness News



Giselle was throwing the receivers under the bus! Not good "model" behavior! Even Brady when interviewed after the game said the guys in the locker room wished they played better. The rigfht thing to say is that "WE" wished we played better! In other words, I did my job & they messed up. Him & his wife think the same & are made for each other! For the people saying the patriots shoulda won & are the better team....Not really! They lost & clearly Giants played better! GO BIG BLUE!!!!!!


I heard worse things by other people watching the game.


Really who care they lost point blank. Stop going around looking for others to blame the better tean won. Go Big blue.


PLEASE! Professional football is a game played by over-grown kids. Ultimately, it has no effect on how we live and what we do with our lives. Get real!

Ms L

She may be a top paid model; however, she is not top in modeling social behavior.

Patrick & Karen

As my wife and I are fans of the Patriots someone needs to tell both Tom and Gisele that there is no "I" in the word team.


Gisele was right in what she did defending her husband, the Patriots are the worlds best team & shoulda won by a mile, the GIants suck big time

Jay Adler Comment

This woman should stick to the modeling business and stop trying to be credible in NFL strategy. She is enough of a big time celebrity that it is improper to attempt to influence others in non-related industries. Celebrities in an ethical sense and to prevent damages to others, must tamper down their views when making these dispositions. Innocent and possibly unknowing fans may take these unsupportable musings to heart and that does not help anyone.

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