Sunday, January 22, 2012

Former Michigan QB Tom Brady, Patriots, back in Super Bowl

It wasn't pretty today, but the New England Patriots are back in another Super Bowl, the 5th time since former Michigan QB Tom Brady took over as the starting QB for the Patriots 10 years ago.

Brady wasn't good today, telling Jim Nantz of CBS  in the AFC Championship Trophy ceremony, "...I sucked."

Brady's 1 yard TD run with 11:29 left in the 4th QTR was the eventual game winning score.

The Ravens drove down the field in the final minuets, only to have a game winning TD pass dropped and a game tying FG missed with seconds left in the game.

Brady becomes just the second ever NFL QB to start 5 Super Bowls, joining former Denver Broncos QB John Elway, who was 2-3 in his 5 starts.

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