New England Patriots QB Tom Brady is incredible at chugging beers

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"You can't make decisions just for yourself, and I think that's one thing I've learned as I've gotten older: There is collateral effects to every decision that I make", Brady said. This time, Tom will either propel his team to a sixth Super Bowl victory - or fail in the attempt.

I'm looking down on my thumb as it's split open and I'm thinking, "I really don't know what happened to my thumb".

"It's a big commitment sitting here, laying here three days after the year getting my Achilles worked on and my thumb", said Brady. Clips of his dropped reception rolled on the screen as the 2018 NFL MVP discussed having to live with the loss for the rest of his life.

Obviously the hand drama did nothing to deter Brady's on-field performance as he threw for 290 yards and two touchdowns against the Jags. "If he ever wants to audition, I think he'd have a real shot". He then went out on Sunday and threw two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to erase a 10-point deficit and guide New England to a 24-20 win. We try our best, and sometimes it doesn't go the way we want'.

And for the record, Brady still hasn't congratulated Foles on the win.

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He thought the Patriots were going to have a game-winning drive in the Super Bowl: With just under 2-and-a-half minutes left in the game, the Patriots had possession and a chance to pull ahead of Philadelphia.

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, in a Monday interview on ABC's "Good Morning America", said family considerations will be a big part of when he decides to retire. "It's so great to be in that game, but to win that game is very tough", he said. Retirement sits on the horizon, but when he begins to drift poetic about football, Brady doesn't sound like a guy about to wander away from the gridiron. "You reach in different directions and know what feels comfortable, and what's not so comfortable", he said.

Tom Brady is all about balance when it comes to leading a football team and a family of five. "I also realize I'm a lot closer to the end than the beginning, and you don't know when you're going to get opportunities again". The Late Show airs on WBZ-TV at 11:35 p.m.