Tom Brady Is Forced to Choose Between Tampa Bay and New England in New Ads — See His Reaction!

Brady won six Super Bowls in New England before his departure to Tampa Bay, where he won a seventh championship in 2021

<p>Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images</p> Tom Brady at the "80 For Brady" premiere in Los Angeles

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Tom Brady at the "80 For Brady" premiere in Los Angeles

Tom Brady was asked the ultimate question: to pick between his two former NFL teams, the New England Patriots and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Brady, 46, famously won six Super Bowls with the Patriots before leaving the team in 2020 to sign with the Buccaneers, but the retired quarterback has remained positive about his relationship with New England since his departure.

“Although my football journey will take place elsewhere, I appreciate everything that we have achieved and am grateful for our incredible TEAM accomplishments,” he said of the Patriots on Instagram at the time.

Now, Brady, who won a seventh Super Bowl for Tampa Bay in 2021, is starring in a slate of new commercials for his partnership with Hertz and was asked to choose between his former organizations.

In the ad, Brady is playing a "lightning round" of questions with a fictional game show host (played by Yvonne Orji) about the Hertz Gold Plus Rewards membership program, which allows members to skip lines, pick any car in the aisle and earn points on future rentals.

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Brady nails the lightning round questions about Hertz' membership program as the crowd goes crazy in the commercial, before being asked, "Alright round two, Tampa Bay or New England?"

The retired NFL star was taken by surprise with the question, and coyly says, "Whaaat?" without picking between the teams.

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In a second spot for Hertz, Brady takes on the role of a sideline reporter "trying to track down" a customer at one of the rental company's locations.

"Looks like I just missed her," Brady says, explaining that there was "no waiting in line for" the Hertz member thanks to the loyalty program.

Speaking on the new ads, Brady tells PEOPLE he's "excited to continue the partnership with Hertz and kick off our new spots for the Let’s Go! campaign."

Calling himself "a constant traveler," the soon-to-be NFL broadcaster says Hertz has "been so helpful in creating special memories for my family’s road trip adventures together.”

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Before starring in the Hertz ads, Brady opened up about the details of his departure from the Patriots for the 10-part Apple TV+ series, The Dynasty: New England Patriots, alongside former Patriots head coach Bill Belichick and owner Robert Kraft.

Kraft, 82, recalled the moment when Brady "walked into the room" and said, "I've decided to move on," during his confessional interview for the series.

"And as soon as he said it, he started crying," Kraft shared, adding, "And his crying told me everything I needed to know."

Brady told viewers, "Life is very imperfect, and relationships are imperfect, but I'm very proud of our journey," as he shed tears. "It was hard, but, um, but it was great."

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