He defied all predictions of what a quarterback's career path is supposed to be and it was finished off with a Super Bowl win as a Patriot. In a game that was surprisingly boring in which the Patriots did away with the Rams with a 13-3 final score that did not require for much from Brady for a shift. It was his last Super Bowl as a Patriot but it's not his last overall.
Brady's 99 total seasons were over for good, in the end, but he still an absolute powerhouse on gridirons real and virtual. The final season he played with the Patriots concluded in the very first week of playoffs. an assortment of former Patriots who were playing for the Titans took on him in Foxboro It looked like the Pats-Brady alliance was at an end.
But Brady was not finished with his game just yet, even though it was his house away from home begging him to move out. In the midst of only 24 touchdowns that year, Brady's low figures were the reason for his subsequent drop in rating Madden, but we'd come to find out all Brady was lacking was a roster that had the most talented targets.
Then, suddenly sporting the jersey for the Tampa (Tompa?) Bay Buccaneers, Brady looked like a fish out of the water of Florida but not for long. Transitioning from one legendary coach to another certainly helped and the rogue Patriots receivers of his last season at New England were suddenly swapped out for players like Mike Evans and Chris Godwin--and of course, Gronk returned from retirement to join in too.
Brady's entire new team earned him a remarkable 10, which was his 10th Super Bowl appearance, and it came in a game in which the Bucs would beat the once thought of as insurmountable Chiefs. Brady isn't yet retired, though it's possible to expect another delay on that "gradual decline" we'd heard about for the past decade.