While losing the Super Bowl (for the second time to the Giants) last night may have been one of the worst feelings in Patriot's Quarterback Tom Brady's career, he still has a loving family to go home to. His supportive wife, Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen, was there after the game to console her hubby after his team's loss.
After the game, Brady answered some questions from the press about his team's performance. According to Deadspin.com, Brady chalked it up to: "missed opportunities." This was likely referring to the many incomplete passes the Quarterback threw in the last minute of the game. He also said: "It always comes down to one or two plays in this game and if you make it, you're celebrating. If you don't, then you don't sleep for a week." Eli Manning And 22 More Hottest Giants (Okay, Patriots Too)
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After questions, Brady was escorted through a side exit, unbeknownst that his wife, Gisele, had been waiting for him in the hall of the main exit. According to sources, when she learned he'd already gone past her, she began sprinting down the side hallway after him—in three-inch-heeled black boots, shouting, "Tommy! Tommy!"
Amidst all the commotion, he didn't hear her. The ever-tenacious model, however, pummeled through the crowd, supposedly throwing elbows as she went, until she caught up with her hubby. She stopped her emotional husband mid-stride and threw her arms around him, gave him a kiss and looked into his eyes. The cameras surrounding them went crazy. Tom Brady's Locks Of Love For Gisele Bundchen
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As she left the stadium, Giselle was heckled by elated Giants fans while waiting for an elevator. She offered a rebuttal, caught on video by The Insider. The supermodel said in her husband's defense: "You've to catch the ball when you're supposed to catch the ball. My husband cannot f***ing throw the ball and catch the ball at the same time. I can't believe they dropped the ball so many times."
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