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The G.O.A.T. of football has silenced critics who said he couldn't do it without Bill Belichick ... because Tom Brady's heading to another Super Bowl, now with a whole new team.
The star QB led his new squad, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, to Super Bowl LV Sunday with a hard-fought win over Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship game ... the first time they've been to the big show since 2002, and only the second time ever in their franchise history.
The Bucs ended up squeaking out a victory at 31-26, despite Brady throwing several interceptions in the second half ... giving Rodgers and co. multiple opportunities to gain the lead. That didn't happen though, and Tom was able to string together enough touchdown passes early on to give him and his teammates a big enough cushion to fend off AR.
[email protected] with back-to-back interceptions! #GoPackGo #NFLPlayoffs????: #TBvsGB on FOX????: NFL app // Yahoo Sports app: https://t.co/cHuzDq5flQ pic.twitter.com/FBrGuZYfqk
Rodgers was 10 yards and a 2-point conversion away from tying it late in the 4th quarter, but he and his head coach made a pair of head-scratching decisions that ended up costing them the game. First, on 3rd and goal ... Rodgers broke out of the pocket during a scramble and ended up throwing the ball away, when he had a fairly clear path to the goal line.
Someone please tell me why Aaron Rodgers didn’t run this. He had a clear lane right to the end zone pic.twitter.com/IIxqeKeARv— Sam Hooper (@SamJ_Hooper) January 24, 2021 @SamJ_Hooper
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