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Tom Brady Looking to Guide the New England Patriots to Consecutive Super Bowls

Tom Brady, Patriots, AFC Championship

Star quarterback Tom Brady is hoping he can guide his team to back-to-back Super Bowl victories next season. Last year, we saw the most incredible comeback in NFL history when the New England Patriots came from 28-3 down to beat the Atlanta Falcons. It was a truly magnificent game and an absolute pleasure to watch Brady weave his magic on the field. Now Patriot fans are wondering if their golden boy can deliver once again and give them consecutive Super Bowls for the second time in the club’s existence.

He recently became the cover star for the latest installment of EA Sports’ hugely successful Madden franchise. He will be the oldest player to ever take on the role, turning 40 in August, before the game’s release. “The Madden NFL 18 cover is a great honour for me,” said Brady.

The veteran holds the record for the most touchdown passes in playoff history and has been the heart of the team since becoming their starting quarterback way back in 2001. The five-time Super Bowl winner is continuing to impress and looks like he will be the standout quarterback next season.

The New England superstar has already won the NFL MVP award twice before and is looking to take out the prestigious award for a third time next season. He is definitely the man to watch, with the NFL odds on bet365 having him at +400 to lift the trophy once again. This also suggests that New England significantly increase their chances for back to back Super Bowls if Brady can stay fit.

Brady was in sensational form last season as he became the first player in NFL history to be ranked number one on the NFL Network’s top 100 players twice. He is starting to get older but Tom has previously said he wishes to continue playing football as long as he can.

“I’d like to play until my mid-forties,” Brady told The MMQB. “Then I’ll make a decision. If I’m still feeling like I’m feeling today, who knows? Now those things can change. You do need long-term goals too. I know next year is not going to be my last year.”

His desire and passion for the game is still as strong as it’s ever been. He may be getting older but his stats show that this is a player who is undoubtedly still at the top of his game. Other than a torn ACL in 2008, Brady has been durable and shows no signs of diminished skills, especially with arm strength and accuracy.

The star player, as well as his teammates and coaching staff, have made their intentions clear about next season. Lawrence Guy has signed a four-year contract worth up to $20 million and Stephon Gilmore put pen to paper in a deal worth $65 million over 5 years. It’s clear to see that this is an organisation that wants to win.

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