Watch Rams Assistant Coach Chris Shula Say ‘Brady’s a f****** pretty boy’

The best thing after each Super Bowl is the mic’d up version of it. What you can do with is it interpret things with your auditory skills and make it seem even funnier than it is.

This year, the Super Bowl played out between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams. The Patriots took home the trophy after winning the game 13-3. It was an amazing game and we praise the Patriots on it because they were able to hold one of the best offenses in the league to only one field goal. On the other hand, Brady relied on Edelman, Gronk, and Michel to score a touchdown for the team and they did exactly that.

We are almost a week after that amazing Super Bowl game. So far, we’ve heard from the crowd, Jim Nantz, and Tony Romo on their thoughts on the game. But earlier this week, NFL Films posted their mic’d up version of the game. You can hear the words of the players and coaches before, during and in-between moments of battle. Take a look:

Before the game even started, Rams assistant linebackers coach Chris Shula told head coach Sean McVay: “Brady’s a f****** pretty boy.” McVay didn’t mind the comment too much and replied: “He looks like what you’re supposed to, right?”

Shula is a descendant of Don Shula, the former Baltimore Colts and Miami Dolphins head coach. Years after he coached those teams, his grandson started playing in the league. Never mind that, what was with the “pretty boy” comment? We get the Rams believed they were tougher than the Patriots or about to send some kind of message about physicality.

This is not the first time that someone makes such a comment about Brady. In fact, Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs used to refer to Brady as the “pretty boy from up north.”