Radio broadcaster Scott Zolak on Tom Brady TD pass: ‘UNICORNS! SHOWPONIES! WHERE’S THE BEEF?’

Former Patriots quarterback has one of the strangest radio calls ever following Tom Brady's game-winning touchdown pass to Kenbrell Thompkins.
Posted By Evan Bleier   |   Oct. 15, 2013 at 12:35 PM   |   0 comments

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(UPI) -- Former Patriots quarterback turned radio broadcaster Scott Zolak had one of the strangest calls of all time after current New England QB Tom Brady tossed a game-winning touchdown pass to Kenbrell Thompkins during the Pats comeback win over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday.

After Brady found Thompkins in the back corner of the end zone for the touchdown,
Zolak kind of lost it.

“He’s got it! He's done it! He did it! BRADY'S BACK. THAT'S YOUR QUARTERBACK. WHO LEFT THE BUILDING? UNICORNS! SHOWPONIES! WHERE’S THE BEEF????”

During an appearance on ESPN Radio's "Mike & Mike" program, on Tuesday morning, Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman was asked if he understood what Zolak was saying during his call.

“You know, I do not. I know Zolak a little bit and he gets pretty excited but I don’t think anyone could comprehend what he was saying,” Edelman said. “I think he’s been watching too many Will Ferrell movies.”

Edelman also weighed in on the status of tight end Rob Gronkowski, who has yet to play a down for the team this season.

“Personally, my point of view, I’m not a doctor. I’m not a coach. I’m not a trainer. I can’t necessarily tell you if he should be on the field or he shouldn’t. I have no problem with Rob. Rob is working his tail off to do what he can to get out there on the field. There is a little too much going on with that.

We’re all kind of just worried on what we have to do, prepare for the New York Jets. It’s a huge game we have going on here, a divisional game, going to New York. Any time it’s Boston/New York, you know there is a little something extra to it. So I don’t think we’re really worrying about that. I think the media is kind of blowing that out of proportion. We’re more worried about the New York Jets.”

Here is Zolak's call:

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