The New England Patriots Brady won the Super Bowl last season, however Brady is still upset about his last Super Bowl loss. Giving them their second Super Bowl win in three years. Despite the fact that he has won two of the last three Super Bowls and has six Super Bowl rings, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady revealed ahead of this week’s matchup with the Eagles that he is not yet over the team’s Super Bowl LI loss to Philadelphia.
“You assume I’m over it? Come on now,” Brady said. “That’s a lot of mental scar tissue from that year. That was a tough game. In a lot of ways, we learned from that year and we came back stronger the next year.” Does Patriots Brady have another Super Bowl loss in him?
“We won the Super Bowl in ’18. I think everything is a matter of perspective. When you play in that game and you play great teams, you’re not going to win them all. This is not the Harlem Globetrotters vs. the Washington Generals. This is all about tough competition against the best teams. They deserved it that year. Now a couple years later we get a chance to play the organization again. We’ve had a lot changes, they’ve had a lot of changes. It’s totally different circumstances. Huge game for us. Big game for them. The better team is going to win.”
New England Patriots Brady Wants a Rematch?
Even though both teams have undergone significant roster changes since the Super Bowl loss, they are both playing well so far this year. Also, could potentially meet up in the Super Bowl again. With both teams coming off their bye weeks, they will be well rested and prepared for what is expected to be one of the best games of the week. The Patriots Brady has a great shot at making it back to Super Bowl 2020. Can it be done?
“Hopefully everyone got a chance to decompress a little bit mentally, physically and now we’ve got to get ready for a great week of preparation and then get ready to go in there and play our best game of the season on the road, in a really tough environment,” he said. “It should be a great Sunday afternoon for football.”