Brady talked about the Patriots' Super Bowl LII loss against Philadelphia, the challenges of balancing football and family life and more topics that overlapped with the themes of his Facebook live documentary series.
"It's a big commitment sitting here, laying here three days after the year getting my Achilles worked on and my thumb", said Brady.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is a five-time Super Bowl victor and arguably the greatest signal-caller in National Football League history, but even he has difficulty getting over losses on the biggest stage. Gronk didn't play in the second half due to a concussion, but said he was feeling better when Gisele asked for an update.
Further praising the Patriots, Brady continued, "I'm proud of our efforts throughout the year".
Well, we now know how bad the injury was, and let's just say it was gruesome.
New England wasn't so lucky two weeks later against the Eagles in the Super Bowl.
Brady was surprised that the Patriots pulled off their fourth quarter comeback without No. 87's services.
The Patriots' loss gave the Eagles their first ever Super Bowl victory but five-time champion Brady said how "proud" he was of everyone involved. "It didn't look good there for a little bit, but fortunately, Thursday, I didn't practice, I took some time off. Friday, did just a little bit and things kind of felt a lot better on Saturday and [Sunday] I was just able to kind of do what I needed to do".
Brady talked to Gronkowski on the phone while he was riding in his vehicle after the game and told him it was a "miracle" that the Patriots won without the All-Pro pass catcher.
Brady, model wife Gisele Bündchen and their kids Benjamin, 8, and Vivian, 5, plus Brady's son with Bridget Moynahan, John, 10, were spotted at Chelsea Piers and later at the Broadway hit "School of Rock". "I think it has been a great experience for me to try something different". You know, the drive got started, and we gained yards. How you find that balance was a big part of what "Tom vs".
The "Tom vs Time" series has been documenting the legendary QB's life off the field this season, and the final episode also gave us some interesting insights into his thoughts on losing his third Super Bowl. I think when you get out of your comfort zone, you stretch. The Late Show airs on WBZ-TV at 11:35 p.m.