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In American football, it's almost a guarantee that Tom Brady makes it to the playoffs every season.
It's also a guarantee that his social media team will produce some insane hype-up content to get TB12's fans even more excited than they already are.
Brady's backroom media squad have absolutely nailed it once again, releasing a genius hype video to preview the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' playoff games.
To kick things off in the spine-tingling clip, you first hear Morgan Freeman's famous one-liner from the iconic film The Shawshank Redemption where he says: "This old man is all that's left."
The video then cuts from an elephant walking through the desert to Brady celebrating in his Buccs gear.
It then flicks to Brady in the studio, who hilariously references a past hype clip from a few years back when his New England lost to the Tennessee Titans - which also happened to be the legendary quarterback's last game for the Patriots.
"Do you think we need another hype video?" he asks his team.
"The hyenas one, remember that? That's didn't really work out."
Brady then looks down the barrel of the camera and begins to narrate the Buccaneers' journey to the playoffs.
With Kanye West and JAY-Z's hit classic 'No Church In The Wild' playing in the background, you then see some incredible close-up slow-mos shots of the Tampa Bay players and coaching staff throughout the season.
The video itself did all the story-telling for him, meaning Brady kept his caption short and sweet.
"LFG," he simply said - which we're assuming means "Let's F**king Go!"
Now, whether or not his Tampa teammates got the chance to watch the video themselves is another story entirely, although they certainly came out all guns blazing in their opening playoff clash.
The Buccaneers, with steering the pirate ship, ended up defeating the Philadelphia Eagles 31-15 in the Wild Card round.
Eight-time Super Bowl winner Brady threw for two touchdowns and finished the game with 271 yards.
Featured Image Credit: Twitter/@TomBrady
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