Tom Brady had a heated conversation with his offensive coordinator, Bill O'Brien, on the sideline following an interception against the Washington Redskins. 

Tom Brady got into a yelling match with New England Patriots' offensive coordinator Bill O'Brien on Sunday.  The Patriots were able to hold on for a 34-27 win against the Washington Redskins in spite of Brady's fourth-quarter interception which led to the shouting match.  Although Tom Brady completed 22-of-37 passes for 357 yards and three touchdowns, the shouting match following the interception was the main headline after the game.

“That’s what I deserve.  You make a bad throw, you’re supposed to get yelled at by your coaches.  It’s certainly not the first time and it won’t be the last.  You can’t do it in that situation," Brady said after the game.

Tom Brady and O'Brien hugged it out after the game.  Granted, Tom Brady shouldn't yell at his offensive coordinator.  However, this situation is more important to the fans and outside observers than it is for the team and the parties involved (Brady & O'Brien).  This isn't as big of a deal as some people perceive it to be.

Brian Noe is the Program Director at 104.5 The Team, ESPN Radio in Albany, NY.  Brian also hosts “The Noe Show” each weekday from 1-3pm ET on WTMM.