Tom Brady continues to build on his GOAT legacy even at 43 years old.
Brady helped lead his Tampa Bay Buccaneers to the Super Bowl with a win at Green Bay on Sunday over the Packers.
Brady after the game walked over to the stands and wanted to share this victory moment with his firstborn son Jack to reflect on making it to another Super Bowl.
Brady now heads to his 10th career Super Bowl, with a chance to win his 7th. The debate about the best quarterback ever ended years ago, and Brady is just now putting even more distance between him and everyone else.
In his first season in Tampa Bay, Brady has brought all of the success and winning that he enjoyed during his twenty-year run with the New England Patriots down to the Buccaneers.
In just one season in the NFC, he now has as many conference titles as Aaron Rodgers and Drew Brees, who have a combined 31 seasons in the NFC and were both just sent home by Brady this postseason.
At 43, there aren’t any flaws in Brady’s game. With a talented wide receiving core, a solid offensive line, and a great defense behind him, Brady could be well on his way toward Super Bowl victory number seven in two weeks time.