Kliff Kingsbury announced at his press conference on Wednesday that quarterback Colt McCoy would be out of Sunday’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers due to a concussion, clearing the way for Trace McSorley to get the start for the Arizona Cardinals.
#AZCardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury announces that QB Colt McCoy is out with a concussion. So, Trace McSorley will start.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 21, 2022
Trace McSorley going head-to-head with Tom Brady on Sunday Night Football on Christmas night as Cris Collinsworth goes goo-go gah-gah for Trace. I mean, this is truly a seminal moment in sports history and one that will go down in the record books. We’ve seen Brady vs Manning. Brady vs Brees. Brady vs Mahomes. All great duals. I think after Sunday night, we can add “Brady vs McSorley” to that group.
Look at this guy.
The Cardinals’ QB1 this week. pic.twitter.com/StYq9hKoNa— Josh Weinfuss (@joshweinfuss) December 21, 2022
That is a bonafide, stone-cold killer just waiting to strike. Unfortunately for Brady, he got mixed in the crosshairs and will have to be dealt with. Just like a blade of grass going against a lawnmower, Brady can only hope that it will be over quick because the outcome is not in doubt.