Tom Brady may no longer be a Patriot, but that doesn’t mean the four-time Super Bowl MVP isn’t reminiscing about his 20 years in New England.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ new starting quarterback spent his Sunday, likely self-isolating during the coronavirus pandemic, watching the Patriots’ legendary comeback from a 25-point deficit against the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI.
“Why am I NERVOUS??” Brady wrote on an Instagram story with a shot of the scoreboard, which read 28-3 with 8:31 left in the third quarter.
The very next series, Brady led New England on a 13-play, 75-yard touchdown drive, including a momentum-shifting 17-yard completion to former Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola. It sparked one of the most memorable comebacks in NFL history, with the Patriots winning 34-28 in overtime.
Brady made sure to tag Amendola, who now plays for the Lions, in his next Instagram story.
That Super Bowl in 2017 was the second to last championship Brady won with the Patriots, who won it all again in 2019.
It was the last time Brady was crowned Super Bowl MVP.
The 42-year-old announced his decision to leave the Patriots just over a week ago. He then signed a two-year contract worth $50 million guaranteed with the Buccaneers.
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