A look at the nasty cut that nearly ended Tom Brady's season


As you probably heard at the time, Brady suffered a gash on his thumb just four days before the game. "But I just said to them, I said to 'em, 'Look this is a great lesson: we don't always win". "You've got to be able to allocate your time the right way, and there's a lot of people that really need your time and attention". Your life goes on but, you know, those games live with you for the rest of your life.

It's been over a month since the last episode, but director Gotham Chopra had to rework the show's finale after the Patriots lost Super Bowl LII to the Philadelphia Eagles.

Whatever Brady did to fix his thumb ended up working because he threw for 290 yards and two touchdowns in a 24-20 win over the Jaguars.

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Alright, here we go: Here's what Brady's thumb looked like just days before the AFC title game.

Brady, clearly, needed stitches and pins put in his hand to fix the issue.

He still believes he gave his "best effort" in the Super Bowl: Although the Patriots did not achieve the outcome they wanted, Brady said he gave the game everything he had.

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Brady also said that his family will play a major role in his eventual decision to retire in a Monday appearance on Good Morning America.

Really, really badly. Don't think for an instant that this was some kind of Belichickian subterfuge. At the end of the final episode, Brady said that when he loses the conviction behind his answer for why he continues to play the game, then he should be doing something else. "It's tough to win that game". But Brady spun it as a learning experience for his kids. "You reach in different directions and know what feels comfortable, and what's not so comfortable", he said. I also realized I'm a lot closer to the end than to the beginning and you don't know when you are going to get opportunities again.

For Eagles fans, this becomes even more delightful when you recall that the sixth and final episode of "Tom vs".

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