Brady looking at extending career beyond 2019

Brady looking at extending career beyond 2019

This week, the veteran quarterback reiterated his desire to play next season and beyond as he continues to defy the odds of playing at his age.

Brady has talked about how he wants to play for a long time but he has confirmed that he will be back next season. Despite that, the Patriots have struggled at times this season and now sport a record of 10-5. "I'm going to give it everything I have like I always have", he said. Brady then went to acknowledge, "It will certainly be a challenge. I hope I can keep playing at a championship level".

Hogan also shot down any concerns about his connection with Brady as the reason for his lack of touches.

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Last season was perhaps Brady's finest season, completing 66% of his passes for a league-leading 4,577 yards and 32 touchdowns, helping the Patriots reach the Super Bowl. Led by a dominant running game this past weekend, the Patriots beat the Bills by a final score of 24-12.

His 13 completions for 126 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions proved that he clearly struggled.

For all of the talk about how this Patriots team isn't the one that we're used to, they're still in position to have a bye in the first round of the playoffs, and all they need to do to keep it is win in Week 17 against the Jets. "So, we'll just concentrate on the Jets and worry about next year, next year, worry about next week, next week, worry about last year some other year".

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Brady will be 42 at the start of next season, and he's said in the past that he would like to play until he's well into his 40s.

Still it is clear that Tom Brady is a quality quarterback. But now, the 41-year-old is in the midst of an up-and-down campaign.

What hasn't felt so familiar, though, is the way the Patriots have clinched their division title this season. New England Patriots - root: Bills Pittsburgh Steelers vs.

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"I've been able to be in a career for 19 years that I love", Brady said.

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