This Sunday night football saw Tom Brady once again making history with his 600th career touchdown pass. The historic moment was recorded as a nine-yard pass to Mike Evans in the match against the Chicago Bears, placing Tampa Bay up 21-0.
Tom Brady isn’t just the GOAT of NFL quarterbacks who will make a record 10th Super Bowl appearance when his Bucs take on the Chiefs on Sunday, February 7. Brady apparently also knows how to whip up a healthy take on guacamole that’s practically a guilt-free game day dish.
Legendary quarterback Tom Brady (seen above celebrating his 10th trip to the Big Game) graduated from high school in 1995. Months later, when Brady was just entering college, Patrick Mahomes was born. Now the two are set to square off February 7th in Super Bowl LV (55) as QBs for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Kansas City Chiefs, respectively.
With about 7 minutes remaining in the third quarter of the game, it looked like Super Bowl LI was going to be a complete dud. After all of the buildup surrounding the game, the Falcons led 28-3 after a Tevin Coleman touchdown. And they appeared to be cruising towards a victory.
A U.S. appeals court on Monday restored the four-game“Deflategate” suspension of New England Patriots star quarterback Tom Bradyover allegations footballs were under inflated before an NFL playoff game last year.
Tom Brady lost yet another one of his trusted targets and this time he also lost a game.
C.J. Anderson scored on a 48-yard run with 12:32 left in overtime, powering the Denver Broncos past the New England Patriots 30-24 on a snowy Sunday night.
A federal judge let the air out of “Deflategate” Thursday, erasing New England quarterback Tom Brady’s four-game suspension for a controversy that the NFL claimed threatened football’s integrity.