If one starts naming the top quarterbacks of all, Tom Brady’s name will definitely appear in the list. The man was drafted by New England Patriots a long ago and he took them to great heights.
His leadership skills were incredible along with his stupendous gameplay. Not long ago, Brady was roped in by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Many thought that Brady is already past his prime and the Bucs will regret roping him in.
Bucs caught off guard by determined Rams
Boy were they wrong. Brady not only led the Bucs with perfection, but guided them to a Super Bowl win as well. This time also, the Bucs entered the playoff and were looking for back-to-back Super Bowl title wins.
Alas, Brady and Company were caught off guard by a determined Rams side in the divisional round playoff. After they were dominated in the first half, the Bucs made a fantastic comeback in the final two quarters, but their defense couldn’t hold back the Rams in the final moments.
As a result, the Rams won by 30-27. There were a lot of speculation about Brady before the game started regarding his retirement. Brady didn’t give any indication in the post match press meet that he is willing to retire.
He claimed he was disappointed by the loss but also accepted that it is a tough competition where team gives in their all. Tom has claimed in the past that he is good play till 50. All these signs are signaling that although Brady is in the final phase of his career, he still has a lot of gas left in the tank, at least for one more season.