Despite the continued backlash, Tom Brady recently doubled down on his decision not to retire, and now, it looks like the move has paid off in a big way. When asked if he regretted returning to professional sports, Brady said ESPN on November 11, “Zero, no. Definitely not.” He added: “I came back because I felt like I wanted to compete and I spoke to the team about it and they were excited to have me back.” The Buccaneers have had a difficult 2022 season, losing three straight games, the first in Brady’s 20-year career.
Despite his rocky start, Brady has since led the team to international glory. On November 13, the Buccaneers beat the Seattle Seahawks 21-16 during the NFL’s regular season opener in Germany, according to US News. The victory, combined with previous victories in London and Mexico City, makes Brady the first quarterback to win an NFL regular season game in three countries outside the United States.
After the game, Brady told the NFL Network that the energy in the stadium was “electric” and that “there was a great atmosphere”. Brady’s historic victory comes just months after the NFL Announced continued its expansion into international sports by hosting five games in various countries.
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