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“We’ll look to get him rattled”: Aaron Donald reveals his strategy to STOP Tom Brady

Here's what Aaron Donald's strategy would be against Tom Brady in the upcoming playoff game.

Tom Brady and Aaron Donald

Tom Brady is one of the biggest names in the world of the NFL. Despite all the drama around Antonio Brown, he has kept his team together and has led them exceedingly well. Often regarded as the greatest quarterback of all time, Tom is eyeing back-to-back Super Bowl wins with the Bucs.

In the first playoff game against the Eagles, Brady and Co were nothing short of incredible. They do have the stars who can take the team to the ultimate glory. In their next playoff game, the Bucs will take on the Rams and the war of words has already started.

“We got to be great against him”: Aaron Donald on Tom Brady

Tom Brady

Not long ago, the LA Rams’ offensive tackle had claimed that although he respects Brady for what he has done in the past, the Rams are ready to take him down. “It’s a new year. Respect what he did in the past, but it’s a whole new year,” Donald had said as reported by LA Times.

Revealing his team’s strategy to counter the legendary quarterback in the Divisional playoff game, Aaron recently claimed that he’ll look to put him under pressure as much as possible. “You do that with any quarterback,” Donald told reporters.

You can affect them and get them a little rattled. When you’re playing against a guy like Tom Brady, that’s a must to have success. I think it’s going to be important for us as a defensive line, as a unit that’s actually up there rushing and going against him as far as trying to affect him any way we can. We got to be great at that,” he further added.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been really good this season. They will back themselves to get through the Rams, however, it has to be said that the team from LA will not go down without putting up a fierce fight.

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