Julian Edelman seems to be having a tricky time about who he’s supporting this week and supplied some betting recommendation to his followers in the event that they had been feeling the identical method.

The retired receiver, who received Super Bowls with Tom Brady in New England, posted a video on his Instagram for his weekly “thirst trap” decide. He was seen within the video shirtless and consuming a bowl of cereal whereas deciding what his decide was going to be. Additionally, he dropped a “fun fact” about Brady going up in opposition to the Patriots.

Julian Edelman won three Super Bowls with the Patriots and Tom Brady.

Julian Edelman received three Super Bowls with the Patriots and Tom Brady.
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“In games where Tom Brady starts, the Patriots are 187 and 127 against the spread,” the video captions learn. “And fun fact … Tom Brady has never beaten the New England Patriots. Patriots +7.”

Brady, who now stars for Tampa Bay, performed with the Patriots and received six Super Bowls for them. Edelman was on three of Brady’s Patriots Super Bowl groups and retired earlier than the beginning of the 2021 season.

Julian Edelman retired after the 2020 season.

Julian Edelman retired after the 2020 season.
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Edelman wrote that Sunday evening’s sport was like choosing between “mom and dad.”

Tom Brady joined the Buccaneers in March 2020.

Tom Brady joined the Buccaneers in March 2020.
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Earlier within the week, the previous large receiver tweeted a well-known scene from NBC’s “The Office” to explain what the sport was going to be. Edelman likened the connection of Brady and his former head coach, Bill Belichick, to that of the tumultuous relationship between Michael Scott and Jan Levinson. He dubbed it the “GOAT BOWL.”

Brady will probably be enjoying the Patriots at Gillette Stadium for the primary time since signing with the Bucs in March 2020.

Fox News’ Paulina Dedaj contributed to this report.