Tom Brady and Drew Brees' Family Share Touching Moment After Saints Loss

Tanya Simon
January 20, 2021

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed the peerless Tom Brady to win.

The Saints had scored in the first quarter on two Wil Lutz field goals (23 and 42 yards) but Tampa had come back to take the lead on a 26-yard Ryan Succop field goal and a 3-yard scoring pass from Tom Brady to Mike Evans.

Brady left soon after, but Brees stayed. Brees reportedly is expected to retire, which would end one of the best National Football League careers we've ever seen from a quarterback.

Winston was passed over for Taysom Hill while Brees was out with busted ribs in 2020, but he's active for the Saints' playoff game vs. the Bucs while Hill is out with an injury.

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Brady and Brees have a ton of mutual respect for each other and their accomplishments, and after Sunday's game, they had a heartwarming embrace on the field before departing for the locker room.

Brady has taken his game to a different level since the start of this year's NFL Playoffs.

Despite being questioned on multiple occasions, Brady maintained that he joined the Bucs to challenge for another Super Bowl and not for one last big paycheck.

Asked how he can win - Brady is 4-2 all time against Green Bay and 1-1 at Lambeau Field - he said: 'You've just got to have some mental toughness and wear some warm clothes'.

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