As if the news that Tom Brady is moving to the FOX Broadcast booth after his retirement wasn't bad enough for Bills' fans, now comes the news that he will be starring in his own Netflix series.

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We told you a couple of weeks back that Bills' fans are going to have to deal with Tom Brady for at least seven years after he retires, as it was announced that we would be joining the top broadcast crew for the NFL on FOX as the highest-paid analyst in the NFL taking in a reported $20-25 million a season.

Now comes the news that he's going to be invading our TVs and phones via Netflix.

This Tuesday, it was announced that the now unretired Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB will be the Executive Producer of a new streaming series on Netflix called "Greatest Roasts of All Time". Brady himself is set to be the subject of his own roast, which will begin taping in 2023.

The suits at Netflix however, decided to roast Brady in the announcement of the series.  Netflix vice president of stand-up and comedy formats Robbie Praw said:

We can't wait to burn three-time Super Bowl-losing quarterback Tom Brady, who only went back to the NFL in order to delay this roast...we know the roast will be a breeze for Brady.

It warms our Western New York hearts to hear TB12 referred to as a "Three-Time Super Bowl Losing Quarterback".  Sure, he may have six rings, but there's not enough light shined on the fact that he did lose the big game three times, perhaps most notably when his 18-0 Patriots fell to the New York Giants in Super Bowl XLII.

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