Published: Tue, January 29, 2019
Culture | By Margie Dunn

'Zero' Chance Tom Brady Retires After Super Bowl LIII

'Zero' Chance Tom Brady Retires After Super Bowl LIII

Los Angeles Rams cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman has provided bulletin board material for Tom Brady just days before the Super Bowl on Sunday ― just in case the fiercely competitive New England Patriots quarterback needs extra motivation.

Getty Editorial Tom Brady celebrates the victory over the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC championship game that advanced New England to Sunday's Super Bowl.

The simulation's fourth quarter starts with a 53-yard field goal by Zuerlein, then Brady regains the lead by throwing a 9-yard touchdown pass to running back James White. I respect him as the G.O.A.T. "He is the legend, and I think words just got misconstrued and they got taken out of context".

As to the opposing quarterback's current skill set, Talib said there has been no deterioration.

It's become a yearly tradition for the latest Madden game to predict the results of the Super Bowl.

But Brady, who will be seeking his sixth Super Bowl ring, says he has no plans to retire in the near future. "This is wild: This season, he has basically texted me after every one of our games". This is my first appearance; he's been in this place many times, this position many times, so I'm not fixing to make a big deal. But I'm going to try to get out there a little bit earlier to try to get the jitters - or whatever you want to call it - out of the way.

"We going to go back to the A and bring a chip back to LA", he said. "There ain't no backing down, it ain't nothing".

"We gonna go out there and kick their ass, baby", Chung told tens of thousands of Patriots fans inside Gillette Stadium, leading the crowd in a "Beat L.A." cheer.

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