Fans Are Loving Tom Brady's Response to Tony Dungy's QB Rankings

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During a recent appearance at Club Shay Shay with Shannon Sharpe, Tony Dungy was asked about his controversial NFL quarterbacks ranking. The former Colts coach caused a stir a few years ago when he put Tom Brady on the list of toughest QBs as number 6. Many accused Dungy of not giving the future Hall of Famer enough credit, and even went so far as to label Dungy a hater. Well, a few years later, the retired coach hasn't changed his stance.
"I don't think you can rank across generations ... I'm not going to go by statistics or whatever ..." he said before explaining that mobility was a big factor in his ranking. "Who I put before Tom Brady: Aaron Rodgers, John Elway, Steve Young, people who could move. Not to say Tom wasn't great, he's great, but that extra dimension meant something to me. That's why I would do it." don't put him until six. Just my opinion. "
Brady caught the wind of Dungy's comments and responded with what many call an epic tweet. The Tampa Bay QB quote tweeted a clip of Dungy's interview with a photo of the Colts' 2014 AFC finalist banner.
It was a poignant memory of the 2014 AFC championship game in which the Brady-led Patriots beat the Colts 45-7. Although Dungy wasn't training in Indianapolis at the time (he retired after the 2008 season), Brady's reaction on social media caused a stir, with many applauding his pettiness.
You can read some of the reactions below.
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