Tom Brady gives hilarious answer for how he deals with playing in cold weather

New England Patriots QB Tom Brady does not care about playing in the cold weather. After all of these years playing in chilly Foxboro, the cold doesn't affect him. So when the Patriots and Ravens kickoff this Saturday with temperatures in the teens, Brady will play as if Foxboro was as warm as a Hawaiian island. He knows exactly how to prepare for the cold.

"I know exactly what to wear. I know how many layers to wear every degree," Brady said to CSN New England. "I'm a [bleeping] machine, man, I'm a [bleeping] machine! C'mon baby!"

Since 2001, the Patriots are 19-4 at home when the temperature is below 32 degrees, which bodes well for Brady and the Pats. But doesn't mean anyone should count out the Ravens. In three postseason games for Joe Flacco and company, Baltimore is 2-1 against New England.

But the [bleeping] machine will be ready to carry the Patriots to a playoff victory as the two teams kickoff this Saturday at 4:35 p.m.