Tom Brady and his family celebrated his record-extending sixth Super Bowl title this past week, getting his ring in the process. Four months after leading the New England Patriots to the Super Bowl, he had a heartfelt message for his teammates and fans.
Taking to Twitter on Friday, Brady thanked everyone around him for providing him with moments like the 2018 title celebration. They celebrated their third win in five years.
We celebrated our 2018 Championship season last night. I’ll never take these moments for granted. From my family to yours, thank you
New England upset the Kansas City Chiefs on the road in overtime of the AFC Championship Game to secure fourth Super Bowl appearance in five years.
We celebrated our 2018 Championship season last night. I’ll never take these moments for granted. From my family to yours, thank you 🙏 ❤️🏈 pic.twitter.com/AUONXc4FE8
— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) June 7, 2019
During the Super Bowl, Brady and the Patriots were forced into a defensive struggle, and focused on efficiency as opposed to taking shots downfield. He only completed 60-percent of his passes, and nearly half of his 21 completions were hauled in by Super Bowl MVP Julian Edelman.
It was the lowest-scoring Super Bowl in history, ending in a 13-3 win for the Patriots.
Even with the recent retirement of Rob Gronkowski and the departure of several key defenders, the Patriots head into the 2019 season as one of the betting favorites to win Super Bowl LIV.
With Tom Brady playing at a high level into his early-40s, who would pick against them?