It’s been a long and exhausting season for veteran NFL quarterback Tom Brady. At 43, many would argue that he has nothing left to prove to anyone in the NFL fraternity after virtually winning everything he could possibly win. The six-time Super Bowl winner joined Tampa Bay Buccaneers from New England in the offseason on a two-year deal worth north of $50 million (including bonuses).
Brady made an almost immediate impact in Florida, guiding the Buccaneers to a memorable 26-31 win over Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship game earlier today. The former Patriots QB threw for 280 yards with 3 passing touchdowns. He also threw 3 interceptions, but the Bucs defense did enough to ensure that the resulting turnovers did not cause a lot of damage.
Following a nervy end to the game, the visitors sealed a narrow 5-point win against the NFC North Champions at Lambeau Field. In doing so, Brady confirmed that he will make his 10th appearance at a Super Bowl. The moment was so overwhelming for the experienced signal-caller that he was looking to share it with someone close to him, preferably a family member.
Tom Brady did exactly that when he jogged across the field towards his 13-year-old son John, whom the superstar quarterback shares with Bridget Moynahan.
“Can I say hi to my son?” Brady was heard asking a security guard. “Love you kiddo,” Brady also told his child.
TB12 is now on track to add to his tally of 6 Super Bowl wins. The Pirates will take on reigning champions, Kansas City Chiefs, in the season finale to be played at the Raymond James Stadium two weeks later. You just cannot afford to skip this one!