Tom Brady: 'Everyone Thinks We Suck and Can't Win Any Games'

Sherman Parsons
January 16, 2019

The five-time Super Bowl champ Brady and his team annihilated the Chargers, 41-28, to advance to the AFC Championship against Kansas City. The New England Patriots were the last team to do so in 2004 and 2005 with their victories in Super Bowl XXXVIII and XXXIX.

At 41, Tom Brady has just about seen it all. Kansas City possesses the most high-powered offense in football, led by quarterback Patrick Mahomes, and they showed once again how risky they are with a 31-13 win over the Colts on Saturday.

"The National Weather Service is projecting an arctic blast to settle over Kansas City for the Chiefs' game against the New England Patriots". They started lining up at the stadium as early as 10 p.m. Sunday, and hundreds of fans showed up. Should they take the ball first if they win the toss? The Patriots will face the top-seeded Chiefs in a rematch of their epic regular-season shootout.

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The Chiefs are widely considered the Patriots' most formidable opponent since they faced Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos.

Yeah, we can now conclude that Mr. Brady will be ready for this game and an opportunity at another Super Bowl appearance.

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