Tom Brady is been the most successful and accomplished quarterback in NFL history. There’s a massive gap between him and the next guy on the list.
Brady finally decided to retire from the league after 23 seasons, 10 Super Bowl appearances, 7 Rings, and every passing record imaginable. Including records for touchdowns and yards in both the regular season and post season.
Brady has already come out of retirement once, so it’s not impossible for him to do so again. Despite his farewell message saying he’s done: “For good.”
Here are three potential reasons why he could consider coming out of retirement:
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Love For The Game
Tom Brady is known for his passion for football and his love of the game.
It’s possible that he could miss the adrenaline rush of playing in the NFL, the camaraderie with his teammates, and the competition of playing at the highest level.
If he feels like he still has something to contribute to the sport and he can physically handle the demands of playing, he might be tempted to come out of retirement again.
Brady is already considered the greatest quarterback in NFL history, but he is also a fierce competitor who is always looking for ways to improve and win.
If he feels like there is more he can achieve in the league, such as winning more championships, breaking more records, or simply the challenge of playing for a new team, he may be motivated to come out of retirement to pursue those goals.
Tom Brady’s last season was in some ways his worst as a starter despite making the playoffs and setting the NFL record for most completions in a single season.
He went out on a tough home playoff loss to the Dallas Cowboys with people questioning his ability to still play at a high level. When he retired the first time in 2022, he was playing at an MVP level and no one questioned if he could still be among the top quarterbacks in the league.
He was even voted as the number 1 player in the league by other NFL players in the annual Top 100.
Keeping the GOAT Title
It’s difficult to predict whether Chiefs star Patrick Mahomes, will ever catch up to Tom Brady’s impressive accomplishments in the NFL. Tom Brady has set many records and achieved numerous accolades throughout his career, including seven Super Bowl victories, three NFL MVP awards, and numerous other honors.
Mahomes, on the other hand, is still relatively early in his career, but has already achieved significant success, including leading the Chiefs to the Super Bowl in three out of five seasons, winning two of them and getting the Super Bowl MVP award twice.
He has also set several records of his own, including the fastest quarterback to reach 100 touchdown passes in NFL history.
Whether Mahomes will surpass Brady’s accomplishments remains to be seen. It will depend on many factors, including his own performance, the performance of his team, and how long he continues to play in the NFL. However, given Mahomes’ talent and potential, it’s certainly possible that he could go on to achieve great things in the league and possibly even surpass some of Brady’s records and accomplishments.
With that in mind, Tom Brady, who already said he still wants to play but only retired because he felt it was the right time to do so, may feel the urge to come out of retirement and add more to his legacy in order to make it even harder for Mahomes to reach his GOAT status.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.