His seven Super Bowl rings are certainly something that players will chase for years on end, and his records, especially those that result from playing in 20-plus seasons, will likely never be broken.
In his storied career, Brady has little experience with losing in the playoffs.
Last night’s loss to the Dallas Cowboys was unforeseen by many.
Tom Brady one-and-done in playoff career
2022 L, Wild Card
2019 L, Wild Card
2010 L, Divisional
2009 L, Wild Card pic.twitter.com/bQumZW4fn6
— NFL on CBS 🏈 (@NFLonCBS) January 17, 2023
Last night’s game was just the fourth time in Brady’s career that his team made the playoffs but was unable to advance past that contest.
This means that Brady has won more Super Bowls than he has first-round exits, an impressive feat that nobody else in history can claim.
Brady holds over 19 records across the league, including regular season passing yards, regular season touchdown passes, postseason passing yards, and postseason touchdown passes.
After last night’s loss, many are wondering what Brady’s next steps will be.
Will he retire, stay with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, or sign with a new team?
The world will certainly be watching to see what he decides.
There are a few teams that will require a new quarterback in 2023, and Brady would be a good fit on any roster.
Of these teams, a few notables are the Indianapolis Colts, Las Vegas Raiders, and the Houston Texans.
Brady’s decision to leave the team that he was drafted by, and found sustained success with, the New England Patriots, was met with both scrutiny and praise across the entire league.