Tom Brady On His Way To Accomplish Major NFL Milestone

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady may become the first NFL quarterback to hit this milestone. TB12 goes against every natural law, and he is playing his best football at the age of 41. Brady still plays at an elite level, and that sure means a thing.

Tom Brady won the AP NFL MVP award last season and nearly brought the team to back-to-back Super Bowl titles. In his 41 campaign, Brady threw for 4,355 yards with 29 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. The Patriots are a the No. 2 seed and earned their first-round bye in the playoffs. Does it get any better than this? Brady and his teammates are opening their playoff tour Sunday, Jan. 13 when they play the second-lowest remaining AFC seed in the Divisional Round at Gillette Stadium. That’s when Brady will reach this awesome milestone.

Brady was the oldest quarterback to start and win a playoff game when New England Patriots defeated the Tennessee Titans in the Divisional Round last year. The quarterback was 40 years and 163 days old at that point of his career.

Brady’s longevity is making headlines these days. New England needs the quarterback to keep being active on the field for a little longer if they are still interested in becoming the first team since the 1990s to reach the Super Bowl three seasons in a row.

Well, we know that Brady is into accomplishing that. In one of his recent interviews, he promised to play in 2019 and beyond. He will never let the team down. Brady has been part of the Patriots organization for so long, and we believe that he will stay there for a little longer. The Patriots need him at this point of the playoffs. Brady and the rest of the guys will have to do their best to catch the big fish.

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