Tennessee Titans cornerback Logan Ryan got the perfect revenge on his former team.
As the New England Patriots and Tom Brady attempted to drive down the field for the game-winning score with about 12 seconds left, the defensive back was reading the football all the way.
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Brady was trying to force a ball into tight coverage and it was tipped up and into the hands of Ryan who ran it back from the 9-yard line for a touchdown. The score gave the Titans a 20-14 lead and the win.
Ryan played for the Patriots from 2013 to 2016 and won two Super Bowl titles as a member of their secondary. He expressed his love for his former team after the game but mentioned that it was the comments about the Patriots’ so-called “revenge tour” that inspired him, according to NFL.com.
“Man, I love those guys. I love my guys here. But the type of player and teammate I am, I give it all to my teammates. And I won two championships with them. But I’m here now. I’m trying to win a championship here. And that organization has so much class. So my guy Kyle Van Noy calling it a revenge tour, just play ball, Kyle.
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“I’m sure you’re going to see this, but he went hyenas and he’s on a revenge tour, and why not start with the Titans, and I understand you’re going to ride the wave of the Patriots but Tom Brady doesn’t do that, Julian Edelman doesn’t do that. Devin McCourty, Gilly Lock [Stephon Gilmore] don’t do that. And Kyle Van Noy’s running his mouth, giving us bulletin board material about his revenge tour. His revenge tour ended early.
Tennessee Titans cornerback Logan Ryan celebrates his interception for a touchdown against the New England Patriots in the second half of an NFL wild-card playoff football game, Saturday, Jan. 4, 2020, in Foxborough, Mass. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)
“I’m sure I’ll hear something in the group chat from my guys about it over there — Dev, Duron [Harmon], J-Mac [Jason McCourty], sorry I had to say it, but my man Van Noy’s been tripping. So his revenge tour ended early. Hope he enjoys it.”
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Ryan played in every game during the 2019 season. He had four interceptions, 4 1/2 sacks and 113 total tackles.