Tom Brady on playing in 2019: ‘Absolutely believe I will’

Mike Tomlin

Pittsburgh Steelers now have no room for error to ensure return to playoffs

Thanks to the Ravens' stunning upset of the L.A. Chargers on Saturday night, Pittsburgh basically faces must-win situations Sunday in New Orleans and in the regular-season finale vs. the Cincinnati Bengals to ensure its playoff viability. The 22-year-old was incredibly inaccurate in this one, especially when the contest was in the balance and the Patriots did not give him much room to run. I wake up every day excited to go to work. fulfilled. New England can clinch a first-round bye in the playoffs should it defeat the visiting New York Jets (4-11) on Sunday (1 p.m. ET).

In a radio interview with Westwood One, Brady said "I absolutely believe I will".

"I have goals to not only play next year, but beyond that", Brady said. It will certainly be a challenge.

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Brady's numbers are better than most people might think - he's actually playing better football than he did in his 20s when the Patriots won three Super Bowls in four years.

Brady, 41, has been questioned for the past several years about when he plans to retire.

On Thursday's "Off the Bench" podcast, Raja Bell and guest host Pete Prisco talk about Brady returning for next season, and they discuss when a player loses the "it" factor that makes them special. "I don't take any of these things for granted, but I hope I can keep playing, and I hope I can keep playing at a championship level". "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". It's Brady's team. And it will continue to be Brady's team.

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