Tom Brady has been an NFL quarterback for 21 years now and isn’t showing any signs of slowing down. What does that mean, exactly? Well, in the words of Brady, himself, it means that his NFL career is officially old enough to legally buy a beer. Brady took to Twitter to share a post of what he looked like on draft day 21 years ago. The post features some of his accolades in his years as an NFL quarterback. Take a look at the post below.
Big day. My NFL career can legally buy a beer https://t.co/TzG24x0Vgo
— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) April 16, 2021
It is pretty amazing that Tom Brady is still slinging the rock 21 years after being taken at 199 overall in the draft. With seven super bowl championships under his belt, his wife, Gisele, has asked him on more than one occasion what more does he have to prove. However, the Goat doesn’t want to hang up the cleats just yet.
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It’s crazy to think that it has been 21 years since Tom Brady was drafted by the New England Patriots in the sixth round of the 2000 NFL draft. Some young Brady fans weren’t even alive at that point in time. It is safe to say that Brady was the start of a dynasty in New England. Now he is aiming to lead a new legacy in Tampa Bay.
The Bucs won their second-ever Super Bowl this past season with Brady leading the way. They will have a chance to go back to back this year with Brady still at the helm.
The projections for the 2021 NFL season were just released and Tom Brady and the Bucs are in a close second to the Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs are projected to win 12 games with the Bucs just behind at 11.5. Who are you betting on to win more games: the prince, Patrick Mahomes, or the King Tom Brady?