Tom Brady Believed Patriots Beating Jaguars Without Gronk Was 'A (Expletive) Miracle'

Tom Brady opened up about his Super Bowl thoughts while promoting his Facebook series 'Tom vs. Time.'

Tom Brady opened up about his Super Bowl thoughts while promoting his Facebook series'Tom vs. Time

"I think you can't make decisions necessarily just for yourself".

Brady also called out Bundchen for her commitment to her career and family, noting of the 37-year-old supermodel, "I have a wife that aspires to be a lot of things and she travels a lot". "We overcame a lot of adversity like you always need to do in order to get to that game, but just came up a little bit short".

In the new Facebook Watch docu-series Tom vs. Time, Brady gives fans a look at his life both on and off the field and admitted that it isn't always easy to uphold his personal and professional commitments.

The last episode of Tom Brady's Facebook series Tom vs Time finally hit the web on Monday afternoon. Brady's appearance on "Good Morning America" previewed the final episode. A few days before the game, Jaguars defensive lineman Malik Jackson went on record saying he didn't think injury was that bad.

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Johnny Football said he wouldn't mind being Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's backup. They'll lead to questions of where his conviction lies at the moment, especially since he appears ready to spend more time than usual with his family in the 2018 offseason.

"I've really enjoyed it and it's been a great experience for me to try something different".

The immediate task, though, is shifting gears away from February's Super Bowl loss to Philadelphia and toward his 19th National Football League campaign. "It's so great to be in that game, but to win that game is very tough", he said. We've had a couple of close losses, to the Giants unfortunately, and then the one against the Eagles. Your life goes on but, you know, those games live with you for the rest of your life. "That's part of being an athlete, that's part of being in a very competitive sport". So while Brady will certainly be back in 2018, it's becoming time to wonder how much longer his conviction will remain the same.

Brady described his thought process in the days leading up to the AFC Championship game, and how he wasn't full confident until practice on Friday, two days beforehand. I think every season is a little bit different. "But I know it doesn't feel good, and I have a real hard time believing I'm going to be able to go out and play well against the No. 1-ranked defense in four days".

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