Tom Brady plans to play in next year’s Super Bowl, won’t say for which team

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Tom Brady plans to lead his team to Super Bowl LV, but he’s not saying which team he thinks he’ll lead there.

Brady posted in his Instagram stories that he plans to be at the next Super Bowl, but after wearing a blazer at this year’s Super Bowl where he was honored as one of the Top 100 players in NFL history, he said he’ll be in uniform next year.

“I’m not wearing a blazer to the Super Bowl next year,” Brady wrote.

But does Brady think he’ll be going for his seventh Super Bowl ring with the Patriots? He’s not saying that. Brady took a series of questions from his followers and answered them in Instagram videos, but when he took a question from a person who asked which team he’ll be playing for next year, Brady didn’t answer. Instead, he just silently stared at the camera.

Brady is slated to become a free agent next month, when he’ll decide which team gives him the best chance to get back to the Super Bowl, in uniform, next year.

75 responses to “Tom Brady plans to play in next year’s Super Bowl, won’t say for which team

  1. If he signs with the Patriots for 1 year, $10M, maybe
    Or maybe he gets a Peyton Manning pity ring

  2. Not even a Patriots fan, but I wouldn’t count him out. He didn’t look great this year,but he certainly could play the role of game manager to win with a good team.

  3. On average, he goes to the Super Bowl (in uniform), about every other year, so yeah, he’s probably correct…. or at least it’s the best mindset to have.

  4. I guess he will signing with Seattle as the back-up to Russell Wilson to get back the the Super Bowl. (It’s a joke, don’t get triggered)

  5. Brady is yet another in a long line of athletes who just don’t know when to go home. From Muhammad Ali to Michael Jordan; from Babe Ruth to Gordie Howe; from Johnny Unitas to Willie Mays. All were superstars at one time, but Father Time wins over all.

    Go home while you still have your health. You had your day in the sun.

    And now it’s time for others to enjoy the spotlight.

  6. What is he supposed to say? “No, we won’t make it to the Super Bowl. I’ll be sitting at home eating wings and chips and dance around acting goofy during the halftime show.”

  7. pzimm7778 says:
    February 5, 2020 at 7:06 pm

    If he’s playing in the Super Bowl next year clearly he’s going to be a Jaguar.

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    There’s nothing like a victory parade through the streets of London.

  8. Lol. All these people calling him noodle arm and a shell of himself. Dude won a Super Bowl one year and four days ago!! Lol. Wins 6 SBs goes to 9 of them and people still wanna hate. Unreal…

  9. One thing is certain and that is it won’t be Mahomes going next year he’s 1 and done as far as Superbowls go…AND YOU CAN BANK ON THAT!!

  10. holocene23 says:

    Lol. All these people calling him noodle arm and a shell of himself. Dude won a Super Bowl one year…
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    The defense won that game…not brady. The Pats offense never showed up at the super bowl last year.

  11. Tom’s gonna hitch-up his wagons and head to the great state of KANSAS, where he can Super Bowl nice and easy in 2021 backing-up our new GOAT– also playing in the great state of KANSAS– Patty Mahomes-

    Kindest Regards-

    Chief Fan

  12. All you people think for one second that Brady does not know where he is playing next season are just buying into his hype. He thrives on the attention from the media. Dude just come out and say what you are doing and quit playing with everyone.
    This guy still plays the game because he does not know what to do with himself if he was not the center of attn. Shameful man..shameful

  13. Sorry Tom and all you haters. It’s officially the age of Patrick and the Chiefs. You’ll see. Soak it in and just enjoy.

  14. Well….That leaves the “LA” Chargers out. They ain’t goin’ anywhere next year without Philip Rivers.

  15. If you watched the Pats play this year you know the issues were largely due to all the inexperienced players in the receiving corps. Lots of miscommunication and mistiming with people getting familiar with the rhythm. I will never count out TB12, he’s earned that right.

  16. Those of you who think he’s lost his touch are in for a rude awakening and are clearly unfamiliar with the challenges he had to face last year.

    When Gronkowski retired, he was replaced by three TEs new to the team, most rookies and one 17 year vet. These guys should have all been practice squad fodder. Olzcewski, Izzo, Lacosse, and Watson.

    Losing James Develin, the league’s best FB, so early in the season also hurt. Develin has caught TD passes and was a terrific blocker.

    Now for the wideouts. They cycled through aging castoffs with mental or physical handicaps. Demaryius Thomas, Josh Gordon, and Antonio Brown. Sanu was added too late in the season and sat out the first couple games due to injury. Edelman also played through injury and needed surgery as soon as the season ended.

    You want to talk about the kicking game?

  17. He hasn’t been able to complete a throw to the sideline the past 2 seasons without skipping it off the turf first. Edleman has destroyed his body sliding for everything Tom leaves short

  18. Brady ain’t done. Still top 10 QB. Make no mistake. He’ll help someone.
    Not the Patriots

  19. Sorry Tom and all you haters. It’s officially the age of Patrick and the Chiefs. You’ll see. Soak it in and just enjoy.

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    I remember Ravens, Seahawks, Broncos, and Eagles fans all saying that same thing after they won their SB

  20. mooncussers says:
    February 5, 2020 at 6:46 pm

    On average, he goes to the Super Bowl (in uniform), about every other year, so yeah, he’s probably correct…. or at least it’s the best mindset to have.

    79

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    If you look at the pattern, the Pats only advance to a SB and win it when they get lucky in the health dept.

    Outside of this year’s bouncing in Rd 1, they get to the AFC Title game and almost win it, even with a laughable amount of injuries to key starters. This pattern actually started in 2009 when Welker blew out his ACL in Week 17. They weren’t going anywhere that year anyway, but that’s when this started.

    2011, 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019

    All seasons getting into the title game or to the SB itself, but not really at full strength with key people missing. Not an excuse, as its part of the sport, but luck and health are absolutely real things for ANY SB winning team.

    This means, if Brady does come back, the odds of them being healthier next year and in the SB with a good chance to win it, are actually quite good.

    The Haters’ heads will implode again come January. lmao

  21. If tom brady claims he is going to accomplish another legacy the team that makes the most sense is the tampa bay buccaneers. They do need a veteren rb for their lower than mediocre running game. That said o-lime also needs improvement. They had a sack leader which was not recognized by the nfl for some reason and i believe a top 5 defense next year. If he will move to a team to make a statement it would be the bucs. Bring the nfl the 1st time ever team to play/host a superbowl. 2 pro bowl wr’s , 2 quality tight ends that can block and catch. Only team that makes sense if he does move on

  22. To all the NE Patriots sport haters… TB12 is the G.O.A.T. period. Stop being jealous 21 years and 9 SB appearances. He’s amazing and he’s beat every odd out there. How many other qb in last 21 years have made it to SB twice??? The people in NE know the answer unfortunately to that question…. Other than that he’ll be back… In Patriots uniform with some new weapons and will put on another show that will make you all wish he had signed with your team waaaay back when. Good news for us Coach was smart and grabbed this kid and the made “The Dynasty”.. and Kraft is a smart man and will make damn sure he keeps him around to show it all off again next year because no one but no one competes like this mastermind of a qb.

  23. … but he certainly could play the role of game manager to win with a good team.
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    It is extremely harder to score 24 or more by moving little by little.

    With so much talents around him, Brees couldn’t score more than 24 points in any of playoff games in last three years.(an INT made it 31 points against Panthers)

    If it was easy to score 24 or more as a game manager, 49ers would have won SB.

  24. It’s officially the age of Patrick and the Chiefs.
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    Mahomes was not the reason that 49ers defenders were wore out after 3 quarters.

  25. The defense won that game…not brady. The Pats offense never showed up at the super bowl last year.
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    With any other QB, Pats wouldn’t even pass Chiefs.

  26. i think that if brady leaves for another team, then we see who was really behind all the success the Pats have had,coach or qb. i suspect both would drop off a bit but Bill would fare better than Tom. Either way it should be interesting to find out

  27. I think that his his way of saying to Las Vegas that there is no way he would consider them.

  28. Lol. Thats a good 1 Tommy.
    Its Patty Mahomes moment. Please don’t try to steal the spotlight. We know you’re used to it

  29. “Those of you who think he’s lost his touch are in for a rude awakening and are clearly unfamiliar with the challenges he had to face last year.
    When Gronkowski retired, he was replaced by three TEs new to the team, most rookies and one 17 year vet. These guys should have all been practice squad fodder. Olzcewski, Izzo, Lacosse, and Watson.
    Losing James Develin, the league’s best FB, so early in the season also hurt. Develin has caught TD passes and was a terrific blocker.
    Now for the wideouts. They cycled through aging castoffs with mental or physical handicaps. Demaryius Thomas, Josh Gordon, and Antonio Brown. Sanu was added too late in the season and sat out the first couple games due to injury. Edelman also played through injury and needed surgery as soon as the season ended.
    You want to talk about the kicking game?”

    These are the same kinds of issues every team goes with. Devlin? Most teams lose players that are much more impactful than he is. It’s the NFL; some teams are completely decimated w/ injuries by the end of the season. Whenever the Patriots lose a few players, they make it sounds like they’re the only ones or something.

    Brady, like most greats, doesn’t really know when to leave. He has haunted my nightmares for almost 2 decades, but no more. I’ll gladly watch my team against the guy from last season hang on for as long as he wants – he is declining, and fairly quickly. He just doesn’t have it anymore.

  30. In all seriousness, I find it incredibly hard to believe he would be interested in going to the Raiders or Chargers. Does he truly like his chances there facing Mahomes twice a season? I think it’s far more likely he’ll jump over to the NFC. I could see the Bears using him for a couple years as a mentor to a young QB. The problem for Brady getting back to the Super Bowl is the fact that pocket QB’s are not in fashion any more.

  31. Maybe he should worry about beating Ryan Fitzpatrick and scoring in the 2nd half of a playoff game before dreaming about paying in a SB again. Dude was carried by his Defense the entire game and his only TD pass was to the other team.

    He’s like my clothes Sunday morning – COMPLETELY WASHED!!!!!

  32. Brady isn’t craving attention. Where he goes is simply the biggest story of the offseason. Brady was 7th in passing yrds and 13th in TDs. All with maybe the worst set of skill position players in the league and an OLine that didn’t play well. He’s still a top 10 QB. People that say he’s done are as wrong as people that say he’s a system QB. He’s just not the MVP candidate he’s been for the last 15 yrs. Seen a lot of 1 yr dynasties during the Pats 20yr run. We shall see. Mahomes is legit, but when SBowl winners start having to pay everyone, things can change quickly. I personally think Brady moves on. If that’s what he wants, I’ll root for him and be grateful for the thrill ride. And please, Father Time has to be the lamest, most overused expression in sports history.

  33. After his fake friendship with AB he turned his back on him.
    Brady only interested in himself, as always.
    Where ever he can steal his next check is where he will play.

  34. If he does, BB will definitely retire to not expose the fact that he will have a losing record without Brady. As a head coach, he had a losing record with the Browns and was fired for that…..his only success was with Brady.

  35. Brady is getting as monotonous as the NE Belicheat worshipping fan base. Enough already. Quit before the NFL takes away all your championships.

  36. Pocket QBs not in fashion anymore? They’ve been the next grest thing since Randall Cunningham, Michael Vick, Fran Tarkenton, Michael Bishop, Steve Grogan, Cam Newton, Cordell Stewart … how many championships have they won?

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