Tom Brady had a pretty good joke about the Chiefs during his Netflix roast

There was truth to some of what he said.
Netflix Is A Joke Fest's "The Greatest Roast Of All Time: Tom Brady"
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In case you missed it, Tom Brady had a roast on Netflix over the weekend and it was quite the event. Legends from all over the league took their chance to roast the futue Hall of Fame quarterback and he also got to get some digs in himself.

Why am I writing about this on a Kansas City Chiefs site, you ask? Well because TB12 had some fun at the expense of the Chiefs, depending on how you look at it. While getting to do some of his own roasting, Brady spoke about the Chiefs, noting that it's easy for them to have the loudest stadium when all of their fan base is made up of 14-year-old girls. This, of course, is in reference to the Chiefs gaining a lot of young fans when Taylor Swift started dating Travis Kelce.

Brady didn't stop there though. He said that in honor of Taylor Swift, it was time to look at the Chiefs different eras, which consisted of being terrible for 50 years and good for five years. He capped that off with "Shake it off", a reference to T-Swift's hit single from 2014.

Tom Brady had fun roasting the Kansas City Chiefs

Before people get mad at what Brady said, let's take a chill pill. Roasts are meant to be stupid and that's exactly what this was but there was some truth to what Brady said. While the entire fan base isn't obviously made up of 14-year-old girls, the team did gain a lot of young fans this past season when Swift and Kelce started dating. That's a good thing! The relationship made the Chiefs popular worldwide and not just in the U.S.

With the "50 years of terrible" comment, the Chiefs weren't necessarily terrible for five decades but they did go that long without winning a Super Bowl. They won it all in 1970 and then didn't even make it back to the big game for another 50 years, which they won in 2020 (before the world temporarily shut down). Now the Chiefs have won three titles in a five-year span, so what he said wasn't entirely untrue.

These roasts aren't meant to be taken seriously. If anything Chiefs fans should be flattered that the guy who many have crowned as the greatest NFL quarterback of all-time felt the need to dunk on the Chiefs during his big night. Keep on enjoying retirement, Tommy.