Tom Brady has had his game face on for weeks now, but to make sure his team was on the same page, he reportedly texted them every night.
Tom Brady has felt very optimistic about the turn out of the Super Bowl since the Tampa Bay Buccaneers won the NFC Championship. At least, according to the texts he reportedly sent to his teammates every night.
Fearless Leader Tom Brady
How confident was he? Well, Tampa Bay running back Leonard Fournette admitted to SI.com after the Super Bowl that he sent three simple words, “We will win,” every night to his fellow teammates.
Fournette said that Tom Brady’s reassuring message would pop up on his phone around 11:00 p.m. ET. Just like Tom Brady consistently appears in the Super Bowl, his teammates came to expect that nightly text without fail.
The text instilled the confidence the underdog Tampa Bay team needed to pull off the win. Not just a win, a pounding, with a score of 31 to a measly 9.
In addition, Tom Brady secured his fifth Super Bowl MVP and seventh Super Bowl ring. He now has more Super Bowl wins than any other player, as well as any other of the 32 NFL teams. Let that sink in a bit.
Look Out 2021
Even after the huge win, Tom Brady already has his eye on next season.
To ingrain fear into the hearts of every other potential playoff team in the 2021 season, 43-year-old Brady has a message. In case anyone was on the fence, the MVP announced another three-word statement to get the team and city excited, saying, “We’re coming back.”
However it isn’t looking to be all celebrations and no play. Brady has a few things he is looking to work on in the offseason. At the ripe age of 43, Brady knows he isn’t the fastest guy on the field. He is looking to change that narrative.
“I’m going to work on my speed this offseason,” states Brady. “I’m trying to get my speed up a little bit. I see all these guys running around, I’ve got to make a few of those plays.”
It sounds like a good time! We might book a flight and meet you there for all the festivities!