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Tom Brady, 45, a seven-time Super Bowl champion, is widely regarded as the best quarterback in NFL history.
But, in his eyes, he still has something to prove.
“Yes, I have a lot to prove,” he said in Let’s Go! Podcast with Jim Gray (h/t Joey Knight of the
Tampa Bay Times ). “I have a lot to prove this year. I’m there to prove that I can still lead a team to a championship.”
Although He said so much, Brady really had nothing to prove. Besides having more Lombardi Trophies than any team, this legend is a 5-time Super Bowl MVP, 3-time league MVP and 15-time professional bowler, he has proven he can lead Tampa Bay to a championship during the 2020 campaign.
He may be 45 years old, but he showed no signs of slowing down last season, while he completed 67.5% of his Passed for a league-best 5,316 yards, 43 touchdowns and 12 interceptions.
However, it was a turbulent offseason as he left the Bucs training camp during practice , and then saw multiple offensive linemen injured, including center Ryan Jensen, that could leave the team short-staffed throughout the campaign. Even with this adversity, as long as Brady is at center, Buccaneers fans can be forgiven for everything get better. For his entire career, basically doing nothing but winning and attacking The end still has Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, Leonard Fournet, Cameron Brett, Julio Jones, Russell Gage and others surrounding him.
Even in his 22nd season, he’s clearly still motivated to prove himself.