Tom Brady is the legendary American football quarterback for the New England Patriots of the NFL. He has won six Super Bowls, the most of any football player ever. Due to his numerous accomplishments and records, Brady is one of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history. The player has previously spoken of his plans to retire when he is 45, and that he can’t wait to just spend some time with his family.
As American football fans might know, there are many rumors about Brady’s retirement. In 2017, the player already set an NFL record, being the oldest player to ever start a Super Bowl. This year he is 41 and still on the field of the Super Bowl 53, Brady is breaking his own record.
|1.||Tom Brady to retire before next season||34|
|2.||Tom Brady to play in another SuperBowl||2.405|
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Brady’s plan is to play until he is 45 years old
Certainly, playing until the age of 45 would make Brady the oldest starting quarterback in league history. However, Brady was tough enough to turn his slim odds. Became the most prolific older quarterback in league history. What is more, in this season, he will most certainly set the record for highest percentage of career passes thrown at age 40 or older
Fans are asking if Brady can still keep up
The player himself announced that he is planning to continue his career as long as he is good enough. Brady finds himself experienced and prepared for all kinds of surprises during the game. The player argues that he is really enjoying his time on the field, and clearly does not want to stop now.
On the other hand, his critics say that another season would only make his senses dull. There are many, who were hoping that a win would solidify his status in his mind and allow him to retire. Moreover, Pro Football Reference does not predict great performance for players above 40.
Is winning the sixth Super Bowl title enough to change Brady’s mind? If you think you know the answer, bet on Tom Brady to retire or to play in another SuperBowl. Odds for Brady to play in another Super Bowl are 2.4. Odds for Brady’s retirement before the next season are 1.5 on 22Bet Sportsbook.
Patriot’s coach Belichick is close to retirement as well
Bill Belichick, now 66 years old, started coaching in the NFL in 1975. As Patriots head coach since 2000, he won five titles in eight Super Bowl appearances. Belichick does not offer too much insight into his mind. One thing is sure, Belichick will go down as one of the greatest coaches in NFL history. Together with the Patriots, Belichick has dominated the NFL for the past two decades.
Many believe Belichick is done at the end of this season, together with Brady. Odds for neither Brady and Belichick will retire before next season are 1.1. Bill Belichick’s odds for retirement before next season are 6. Odds for Brady’s retirement before next season are estimated at 34. The odds of both starts retire before next season are 51.