The answer to the question he is always asked came in the form of a gesture, as his right thumb met his fingers to form a zero.
“Zero,” Tom Brady said with a laugh, verbalizing the percent chance that he would retire after this year’s Super Bowl, in an interview with ESPN’s Jeff Darlington. “There’s zero. I’ve said that for a long time. I feel like I’m asked that a lot and I feel like I repeat the same answer, but no one wants to believe me.”
This will be his ninth trip to the Super Bowl and he's approaching his 42nd birthday so it's natural to wonder. According to the story, Brady said his goal is to make it to 45, but added it might be very hard to make it that far.
NE QB Tom Brady - Week 19 Fantasy Football Outlook
Week 19 vs. Los Angeles Chargers
The Chargers go west to east for the second consecutive week to take on the Patriots in New England with a trip to the AFC Championship game on the line. New England is a shrinking four-point favorite with a middle-of-the-pack implied team total of 25.5 points. The Chargers rank top five in aFPA to QBs, which makes Tom Brady a very risky option in the divisional round.