According to many, Tom Brady is inhuman.
A robot, physical specimen, and case study for the ages, at 45 years old, Brady’s performances on the football field are something to behold.
In the Tampa Bay Buccaneers‘ performance against the New Orleans Saints last night, Brady proved that he still can perform at an elite level.
Tonight, with just over 3 minutes to go, the Bucs trailed the Saints by 13 points.
They had a 3.3% chance to win at that point, per ESPN.
With 8 seconds left, Tom Brady threw the latest game-winning TD of his 23-year career. pic.twitter.com/K9jtwGUikt
— Front Office Sports (@FOS) December 6, 2022
Brady had just over a 3% chance to lead the Buccaneers to victory, and yet, he still did it.
Brady’s Fourth-Quarter Dominance
As many NFL fans can attest to throughout his career, Brady has led more fourth-quarter, game-winning drives than any other quarterback in NFL history.
One of his most memorable come-from-behind victories in recent memory came in the 2016 Super Bowl against the Atlanta Falcons.
Once down 28-3, Brady and the New England Patriots stormed from behind, eventually winning the game, 34-28.
This was the largest deficit to be overcome in the Super Bowl era.
Brady is one of the most remarkable athletes in the history of sports.
He has won seven total Super Bowls and has the chance to secure his eighth ring this season.
What the future holds for Brady is certainly up in the air.
We know that he will eventually turn to broadcasting, but there’s no telling how many more years he will play.
After leading the Buccaneers to victory last night, at least for this season, Brady will remain on the football field.