Following Sunday's loss to the Patriots, linebacker Terrell Suggs was one of a couple Ravens players who said that the Pats should hope that they don't have to face Baltimore again in the playoffs.
Pats quarterback Tom Brady responded to those comments Monday morning during an interview on Boston radio station WEEI, saying that the Ravens "talk a lot for beating us once in nine years."
This afternoon, it was Suggs' turn to send a few comments back to the New England quarterback. His verbal weapon of choice was bringing up the so-called "Brady rule", which was instituted after Brady took a hit to the knee in the first game of the 2008 season.
"For a guy that whines a lot...at least I didn't have any rules put in for me," Suggs said today. "I don't care. I'm over it. It was last week. He can have the last word, but I'll have the last laugh, I promise you."
Brady and Suggs had a couple incidents during the game on Sunday. They were seen jawing facemask-to-facemask at one point, and on another play, Brady dove towards Suggs' legs on an end-around.
Suggs said he didn't have any thoughts on that particular play, but he again referred back to the Brady rule.
"I wasn't even paying attention," Suggs said. "Like I said, I've moved on. I'm not worried about it. But I remember a certain quarterback in 2005 getting hit in the leg and didn't nobody change no rule. The world went on. Somebody else got hit in the knee, the world stops and they change the rule for it.
"But like I said, I'm over it. I'm ready for the Buffalo Bills, and I guarantee you, I'll have the last laugh."