When Tom Brady threw that ghastly interception to Keenan Lewis late in the fourth quarter with the Patriots trailing the Saints, 26-23, on Sunday -- a pick that looked as if would cost New England the game -- plenty of people were disappointed.
Among them: Red Sox pitching prospect Anthony Ranaudo.
That really was not the result I was expecting with Brady trying to execute the 2 min drill. #AntiClimactic— Anthony Ranaudo (@anthony_ranaudo) October 13, 2013
Ah, but Brady would get the ball back . . . with no time outs, only 1:13 remaining, and 70 yards from the end zone. But eight plays and 68 seconds later, Brady completed a comeback for the ages with a 17-yard touchdown pass to Kenbrell Thompkins that gave the Pats a 30-27 victory.
And Ranaudo approved:
That's more like it. #Brady— Anthony Ranaudo (@anthony_ranaudo) October 13, 2013
Rest easy, Tom.