Why Tom Brady Will Never Win Another Super Bowl

Doug Mendoza
January 14, 2019

The New England Patriots haven't looked like the dominating force they've been for over a decade, and neither has 41-year-old quarterback Tom Brady. Apparently, he's heard it all, too.

New England (12-5) also showed off its rushing attack in a 41-28 win against the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday.

By early in the fourth quarter, Brady had completed 32 of his 42 passes for 340 yards and a touchdown, helping the Patriots open up a huge lead over the Chargers.

Those would be the same Chiefs who lost to the Patriots in the regular season, albeit in a close game in Foxborough, Mass.

"Everyone think we suck, and you know, can't win any games... so, we'll see, it will be fun", Brady said.

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Really, that's Brady, a five-time Super Bowl champion and three-time NFL MVP, embracing the role of underdog. But on the rare occasions when Brady did stumble, some critics chalked it up to his age, and used that as a excuse to say the Patriots dynasty is finished.

If that doesn't get Patriots fans hype, I can't help them. They even went 11-5 in 2008, when he missed nearly the entire season after suffering a first-week knee injury.

It's the first time in the Super Bowl era that the NFL's top four scoring offenses all reached the conference championships. "We just want to keep this thing rolling. A lot of guys understand that we are doubted and counted out, and you definitely get a little sense of motivation to prove people wrong".

This seems to be about the 4,384th National Football League record that Brady has managed to break during his tenure with the Patriots, so it's easy to understand why the team has had so much success over the years.

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