Tom Brady addresses his future with the Patriots, NFL career

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Brady said that after nearly two decades in the league, he continues to view football as the greatest "gift" in his life. I feel ready to go. The Patriots would go on to lose that game by a final of 17-10 and considering how we are used to seeing Brady lead New England's offense to strong showings, these last two games have to be concerning for the team. New England Patriots - root: Bills Pittsburgh Steelers vs.

"I absolutely believe I will (come back). I'm going to try to do as best (as) I possibly can". "I know I've talked about it for a long time", he told Jim Gray. But it would also create a scenario where the victor of the Week 17 AFC South showdown between the 8-6 Indianapolis Colts, assuming they beat the New York Giants (5-9) at home Sunday, and Tennessee Titans (9-6) grabs the final wild card, bouncing Pittsburgh altogether from the playoffs for the first time since 2013. It will certainly be a challenge.

The New England Patriots quarterback is 41 years old but is still very passionate about the game. "I don't take any of these things for granted, but I hope I can keep playing".

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Brady has previously stated he plans to play well into his mid-40s, assuming good health and assuming he "doesn't suck".

Brady has still surpassed 4K yards so far this season, and has thrown 25 touchdowns, but also 11 interceptions, which is surprising for him.

Earlier this month, Gisele Bundchen once again talked about how she hasn't been able to persuade husband Tom Brady to retire from the National Football League, telling Ellen DeGeneres that "I haven't been very successful" at getting him to step down.