Tom Brady might as well add award-winning director to the list of things he’s accomplished with the recent video.
At some point, fans just have to sit back and wonder what Tom Brady can’t do. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback needed one season to leave the AFC, join a new roster and take over the conference in a matter of months.
Oh, and he did at 43 years old. Name another person who else could have done that?
Brady now will be suiting up for his 10th Super Bowl. He also will be gearing up for a potential seventh victory in the big game. Should he accomplish that feat, he’d have more titles than any NFL franchise in the 55-year history of the game being played.
Naturally, the Buccaneers will be playing in front of their home crowd at Raymond James Stadium. Brady, who has been a wiz on the internet with videography, added a new commercial to his Twitter page.
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The commercial itself is a work of art, but the narration from Brady is what really sells it. It’s not about being perfect according to the six time-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback. It’s rather about the pursuit of ultimately being the last team standing.
Throughout the postseason, the Buccaneers have shown why they remain the last team standing. That might have to be the case against the Kansas City Chiefs. Patrick Mahomes will be coming off another productive season in which he and the offense finished No.1 in total and passing.
Brady overall is a mixed bag this playoffs. Sure, he’s the winning quarterback a team that could hoist the Lombardi Trophy, but his three straight interceptions in the NFC Championship game show he’s weak when committing at least one turnover.
Still, that commercial. If Brady had any hand in the making of this video, it’s safe to say an Oscar could be in his future trophy case along with another ring.