Football's Greatest Quarterback

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Today we at Times will be interviewing a famous football player, Tom Brady or Thomas Edward Patrick Brady Jr. I am your host Simon Webber! Tom was born in San Mateo, California, it caused him to idolize another famous quarterback Joe Montana.Tom now lives in Massachusetts with most of his team. Tom living in Mass. brings him closer to his fan base and teammates. Tom plays for the exceptional football team the New England Patriots. He has been recognized for many exceptional awards in football, and almost all of them are told in Tom Brady: The Inspiring Story of One of Football's Greatest Quarterbacks by Clayton Geoffreys. And here he is, the man of the hour, Tom Brady.

SW: So Tom, tell us about your life as a younger man, what was your
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After my first two rough starts, I found my groove and we went on to win eleven of the fourteen games I started. We even got a first round bye for the playoffs.

SW: So, if you got a first round bye, how far did you make it in the playoffs?
TB: In my first playoff game ever, I almost had a big scare, we were ten points down at one point. We did in fact win that game, advancing to the conference championship. I injured my knee in the championship game versus the Pittsburgh Steelers, so Drew came in and relieved me. We won the game and were immediately decided to be the fourteen point underdog to the National Football Conference champion, the St. Louis Rams. I started in my first Super Bowl, coming back from a knee injury.

SW: How did the team play in the Super Bowl?
TB: We played extremely well, we held them to a fourteen point deficit until 1:30 left in the game, where they rallied to tie the game. We started at our seventeen yardline, eighty-three yards for a touchdown. Lots of important football figures said we should run the clock out and play in overtime. Regardless, we drove the ball down, and with seventeen seconds left, we stopped the clock. Then, Adam Vinatieri kicked the winning field goal. Super Bowl thirty-six was my first Super
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TB: I have an incredible ten Super Bowl records, four from my last Super Bowl alone. The four I set or broke in Super Bowl fifty-one are, most passes completed in a single Super Bowl, most pass attempts in a single Super Bowl, most passing yards in a single Super Bowl, and most Super Bowl appearances at seven. Some of my other records are, most wins by a quarterback and most passing touchdowns. I also hold some other unimportant regular season records.

SW: Tell us about your relationships, how did they go?
TB: My first relationship recognized by the media was when I was with actress Bridget Moynahan. We were together about two years and when we broke up she was pregnant, with my son. When my first son, John Edward Thomas Moynahan was born I was not in the delivery room, but I was at the hospital. I began dating Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bündchen soon after Bridget and I broke up. Gisele and I were, funnily enough, set up on a blind date by a mutual friend. We got married on February twenty-six, two thousand nine. We have an eight year old son and a six year old daughter.

SW: Have you been featured on

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