Apparently, he's heard it all, too. With a trip to the conference championship on the line, the Los Angeles Chargers are set to visit Foxborough this Sunday, and they've got one thing on their minds: Preventing what's been done countless times before and stopping the Pats from another deep run.
It could also be fun if Brady, who spun it Sunday to the tune of 343 yards, a touchdown and a 77.3 completion percentage, insists on continuing to spin the AFC championship game as his David vs. anyone else's Goliath.
Really, that's Brady, a five-time Super Bowl champion and three-time NFL MVP, embracing the role of underdog.More news: Cargo plane crashes in Iran with 10 onboard
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As one of the most successful quarterbacks in National Football League history, some might figure that Brady views this as just another game.
If that doesn't get Patriots fans hype, I can't help them. We played them earlier this year, and I know everyone thinks we suck and, you know, can't win any games, so we'll see. For the 10th year in a row and the 16th time in the last 18 seasons, New England finished atop the AFC East, securing a bye with an 11-5 record.
Here are some reasons why Brady will never win another Super Bowl, and bringing into question how successful the Patriots will be once he finally retires. "A lot of guys understand that we are doubted and counted out, and you definitely get a little sense of motivation to prove people wrong".