Tom Brady remains mad about the New England Patriots' three Super Bowl losses, expressing lingering frustration over the outcomes even years later. The losses, in 2007 to the New York Giants, in 2011 to the Giants again, and in 2017 to the Philadelphia Eagles, still weigh heavily on Brady, who reflects on the "difficult losses" that denied the team additional championships.By the Numbers
- Brady has an NFL-record seven Super Bowl rings, the most for any player in history.
- All three of Brady's Super Bowl losses came by one score.
- In the 2007 loss, the Patriots missed the chance to become just the second undefeated team in NFL history behind the 1972 Miami Dolphins.
- In the 2011 loss, New England experienced an unpleasant sense of Déjà vu, including a dramatic catch on New York's final drive.
- In the 2017 loss, Brady's outstanding performance with 505 passing yards and three touchdowns was overshadowed by the Patriots' defense.
Brady's losses have also served as motivation, propelling him to work even harder and appreciate subsequent victories more than any other in his career.Bottom Line
Tom Brady remains haunted by the Patriots' three Super Bowl losses, expressing enduring frustration over the missed opportunities for additional championships, while finding motivation in these defeats to strive for greater success.
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