Gisele Bundchen Excitedly Live Tweets Tom Brady's First Game Back Since Deflategate Suspension

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Tom Brady returned to the gridiron for the first time this season after his four-game suspension, and his wife, Gisele Bundchen, couldn't have been more excited to see her husband back in action.

The New England Patriots quarterback, who was suspended as a result of his alleged involvement in the "Deflategate" scandal last year, was supported by his wife and kids from their home, where Bundchen watched the game on TV and cheered her hubby on via Twitter.

"Yeah! Let's go Pats!!! #touchdown," Bundchen tweeted as the Patriots scored against the Cleveland Browns, eventually defeating them 33 to 13. The 36-year-old Brazilian supermodel celebrated several of the game's other highlights on Twitter as well.

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She also shared a precious pic of the couple’s 3-year-old daughter, Vivian, and one of her friends, dressed as Princess Elsa from Disney's Frozen while watching her daddy play ball.

"Go Pats!!!" Bundchen reiterated in the caption, along with two heart emojis.

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Brady wasn't just feeling the love from his wife and kids -- a number of stars showed the 39-year-old quarterback their support on social media, including Captain America himself, Chris Evans.

"Welcome back, Tom Brady!!!!!!! Greatest quarterback to have ever played the game. Ever. Period," the 35-year-old Boston native tweeted on Sunday.

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Last month, Brady opened up with ET about life as a father, and while the four-time Super Bowl champ has no problem taking on tough opponents on the field, he said he's powerless in the face of his little girl, Vivian.

"I cannot say no to anything," Brady explained. "Whatever she tells her dad to do, that's what I do. That's just the way it goes." Check out the video below to hear more from the Patriots star about whether or not he hopes his children follow in his footsteps.

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