New England Patriots Used a Play Called ‘Reagan’ in the Super Bowl

Quarterback Tom Brady selected the former president's name in a crucial moment during the big game

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The New England Patriots have a play called “Reagan.”

In what ended up being a pretty uneventful Super Bowl at least for most of the game, many people were talking about one play called by New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady when his team was at the line of scrimmage in the second half of Sunday night’s game.

“Reagan! Reagan!” yelled Brady.

Fans were surprised to hear the late president’s name leave Brady’s mouth.

“CNN Breaking News: Tom Brady yells Reagan Reagan before play. Twelve-person panel has been assembled to discuss Brady’s clear racism,” wrote one humorous Twitter user in response to the play.

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Wonder what it all means?

Well, Brady put the ball right and commentator Tony Romo, who used to play for the Cowboys, translated everything for the audience.

“Obviously, Reagan means run to the right,” said Romo.

The play will likely only add more fuel to the fire for liberals who already hate the Patriots due to Brady, coach Bill Belichick and owner Robert Kraft all having personal relationships with President Donald Trump.

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