Buccaneers QB Tom Brady speaks out on reaching the Super Bowl for 10th time after beating Packers
Tom Brady is heading to the Super Bowl for the 10th time in his legendary career and his first in the NFC with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Buccaneers escaped after a close finish at Lambeau as they defeated the Green Bay Packers 31-26 on Sunday. The future Hall of Fame quarterback and the guy who has been the center of the Greatest of All Time conversation will be heading home to Tampa, where the Super Bowl will be played at Raymond James Stadium.
Tampa Bay was widespread favorites to reach the championship game ever since it was announced that Brady was joining them in the offseason, and the dreams are finally turning into reality for the team.
Brady had some thoughts on another Super Bowl trip after winning three straight road games with the Buccaneers in his latest playoff run.
“It’s been a great journey thus far. We put the work in. A lot of guys embraced everything … I just love coming to work every day with this group of guys,” the Buccaneers QB said, per Greg Auman of The Athletic.
Tom Brady has made the transition as easy as it possibly could be, and he looks to win yet another Lombardi Trophy in his already historic career.
He had three touchdowns against the Packers, though he also had three turnovers–a bit uncharacteristic for Brady.
Bruce Arians and Brady took some time to adjust to each other, but the relationship and the weapons around the 43-year-old signal-caller have looked spectacular, to say the least.
As Brady and the Buccaneers will be the first team to play the Super Bowl in their home stadium, their eyes are on winning the game and being NFL Champions for the first time in Tampa since 2003.