Published: Mon, January 14, 2019
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Why Tom Brady Will Never Win Another Super Bowl

Why Tom Brady Will Never Win Another Super Bowl

If that doesn't get Patriots fans hype, I can't help them.

The AFC championship game is Brady's first trip to Kansas City since he threw two interceptions and was sacked twice in an ugly 41-14 loss on "Monday Night Football" on September 29, 2014. Even at age 41, Brady's stats this season were comparable to numbers he put up in his prime; his yards per game, yards per pass attempt and completion percentage were all higher than his career average.

Yeah, we can now conclude that Mr. Brady will be ready for this game and an opportunity at another Super Bowl appearance.

The first of Brady's Super Bowl winners, when they upset the Rams in 2002, could fairly be viewed as upstarts who magically fit the glass slipper.

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Brady was interviewed by CBS' Tracy Wolfson after the Patriots punched their ticket to the AFC Championship Game with a convincing 41-28 win over the Los Angeles Chargers in the Divisional Round at Gillette Stadium.

The one aspect of Brady's comments that most people outside the Patriots' locker room would agree with is that their upcoming contest should be fun.

"Tom said it, so I can comment on it: Yeah, everybody does think we suck. We'll see where we are now, see where they are".

"The ability to execute early and get things going sets a lot of things up", wide receiver Julian Edelman said. "We just want to keep this thing rolling".

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