Brady Eyes Legacy in Super Bowl Showdown
By Harry Hodge
Tom Brady looks to continue to make Super Bowl history. The Philadelphia Eagles are looking to ruin his plans.
Brady is 5-2 in the biggest game in professional football, having already surpassed stalwarts Terry Bradshaw and Joe Montana. Just lasting this long in the league is an achievement itself, playing 15 seasons in the glamour position of the NFL.
But the Philadelphia Eagles look to be a stout opponent, ending the Cinderella run of the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC Championship game with staunch defence. Quarterback Nick Foles is proving to be a capable replacement for the injured Carson Wentz, in only the fourth postseason start of his career. He’ll need his wits about him in the big game, and production from receivers Alshon Jeffery and Nelson Agholor.
For many Patriots fans, this could be the last chance to see Brady and coach Bill Belichick together. There are rumblings the venerable head coach is looking to move on from the team that he led to five league titles, but of course it’s all speculation until we hear otherwise.
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