Tom Brady reflects on Super Bowl loss to Eagles

Tom vs. Time creator on the post Super Bowl episode'People will be surprised by the ending

Tom vs. Time creator on the post Super Bowl episode'People will be surprised by the ending

If the sight of blood makes you queasy, then you're going to want to leave this story now because things are about to get bloody. "Time", which was released on Monday.

Fans have been waiting for quite a while to see the show's final installment, which was originally set to run shortly after the Super Bowl showdown between the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles in February. "It's easy when you look back", says Brady.

"That's was the first time I'd seen my kids react in that way", Brady revealed from the couch of his home in Brookline, Mass., just on the outskirts of Boston. "I love the sport, I love the competition, I love my teammates, I love working with people that I love to work with". Brady also shared his thoughts on the final minutes of Super Bowl LII and how he feels about the result moving forward.

"I'm looking down at my thumb as it's split open, and I'm thinking, 'I really don't know what happened to my thumb, but I know it doesn't feel good and I'm having a real hard time believing I'm going to go out and play well against the number one ranked defense in four days'".

The report also stated that Brady was "less than fine" with criticism from Belichick throughout the season, stemming from the Patriots' playoff win against the Houston Texans in 2017. "We knew the challenge it was going to be. We played good. We came from behind", Brady said of the 24-20 win.

Said Brady: "When we met, I was 29, 30 years old, and I thought, 'Man, if I could get to 40, it would be fantastic.' It would be a great career - 18 years in the National Football League, learned a lot, and it's been such a great love for me".

"We lost Gronk in the first half of the game". "I think you realize that the sun comes up in the morning and life goes on, but those games live with you for the rest of your life".

Still, Brady didn't sound like a man on the verge of walking away from the game. "It's so great to be in that game, but to win that game is very tough", he said. "You'll still have certain feelings and emotions toward the game, but the rawness of what happened will go away".

"(Football) is such a great love for me. That was a miracle of us winning without you out there, just so you know it. "The lingering thought from a Super Bowl game is, 'Man, if I had just made that one play or maybe those two plays, maybe the game is different". You know what feels comfortable and you know what's not so comfortable. The 40-year-old quarterback is prepared to move on from the loss and focus on his family during the offseason.

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