Tom Brady Oct 9, 2022; Tampa, Florida, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (12) reacts to the referees against the Atlanta Falcons during the second quarter at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are currently 3-2, which is good enough for first place in the NFC South. That’s not bad for a guy currently ending his 13-year marriage to Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bündchen.

On Sunday, Brady and the Buccaneers were bailed out on what appeared to be a game-altering sack by a phantom roughing-the-passer penalty on the Atlanta Falcons which fans and media alike were quick to roast.

However, a new video has surfaced showing Brady kicking the man who sacked him, defensive lineman Grady Jarrett, earlier in the game. There was no penalty called on the play:

“Nobody saying anything about Tom Brady kicking Grady Jarrett at the end of the first series?” Richard Bourrie tweeted.

The NFL world was quick to condemn the video.

“Bringing his frustrations at home to the job smh” wrote one fan.

“This guy be kicking or pushing the defenders every time he gets sacked, NFL gotta do something about this!” wrote a fan.

“Wonder if the NFL is going to fine Tom Brady for kicking Grady Jarrett when he got sacked? Brady is such a whiney, poor loser. I’m really tired of him getting a pass for middle school behavior. TB knew he did it by the way he was holding is hands up when he stood up,” a fan wrote.

“I always hate it when my elders get away with things I would get in trouble for smh,” Miles Garett said.

After the game, Brady said he did not throw flags:

“Tom Brady, asked about the roughing the passer penalty on final drive: ‘I don’t throw the flags,'” Greg Auman wrote.

The Buccaneers are next in action Sunday when they travel to Pennsylvania to play the Pittsburgh Steelers.