Tom Brady offers first glimpse at gashed hand

Ross Houston
March 12, 2018

"There's more to think about than just me, and I think that's what you commit to when you have a family". The footage from Brady's documentary series was released Monday on Facebook Watch. Last offseason, she even reportedly tried to recruit former National Football League kicker Jay Feely, who played with Brady at MI, to convince him to retire, but to no avail.

Brady said he thought about his fumble "500 times in five days".

Of course, Brady ended up beating the Jaguars before losing to the Eagles in the Super Bowl - but he played like a BEAST considering the friggin' hatchet wound on his thumb. which got a healthy dose of acupuncture after it was stitched up. "It's easy when you look back", says Brady. Despite deflecting questions from the media in the week leading up to the game, Brady told Chopra he genuinely wasn't sure if he was going to be able to play after injuring his throwing hand in practice.

He thought the Patriots were going to have a game-winning drive in the Super Bowl: With just under 2-and-a-half minutes left in the game, the Patriots had possession and a chance to pull ahead of Philadelphia. "I love working with people that I love to work with", he said. Brady also shared his thoughts on the final minutes of Super Bowl LII and how he feels about the result moving forward.

"I thought we were going to go down and score".

The report also stated that Brady was "less than fine" with criticism from Belichick throughout the season, stemming from the Patriots' playoff win against the Houston Texans in 2017. "It is so great to be in that game, but to win that game, it is very tough". It took everything we had to win it.

Brady talked to Gronkowski on the phone while he was riding in his auto after the game and told him it was a "miracle" that the Patriots won without the All-Pro pass catcher.

"I think you realize the sun comes up the next morning and your life goes on, but those games live with you for the rest of your life", Brady said. "The rawness of what happened will go away".

"(Football) is such a great love for me. "We were just a coupe of plays short". "I think that's one thing I've learned as I've gotten older. You reach in different directions and know what feels comfortable, and what's not so comfortable", he said.

The Patriots lost to the Eagles 41-33 on February 4 in a hard-fought game that gave the Eagles their first-ever Super Bowl victory. The 40-year-old quarterback is prepared to move on from the loss and focus on his family during the offseason.

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