Tom Brady Reportedly Led Buccaneers to Super Bowl LV Win Last Season With a Completely Torn MCL

Recent news regarding Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers sees the quarterback once again, claim the title of the greatest of all time.

Tom Brady had reportedly the entirety of last season with a knee ailment, which is much more serious than the QB that it to be. Brady played through a completely torn MCL in his left knee but was still able to lead the Bucs to a Super Bowl LV win. Despite his injury, during the regular season, Brady managed to throw 4,633 passing yards and posted a 65.7 completion percentage with a 40-12 touchdown-to-interception ratio.

The injury was thought to have been suffered in his final season with the New England Patriots which evidently worsened over his first year with Tampa. At the age of 43, Brady was still able to lead the Bucs to the championships while nursing an incredibly serious injury. ESPN reported that the knee injury was a “nagging nuisance” that affected the QB all season. Clyde Christensen, Buc’s QB coach said, “I don’t think he was 100 percent last year. His quote, or close to a quote was, ‘Hey, I’m gonna get my knee fixed up and I’m gonna be better next year and you’re gonna be excited about that.’”

Brady was seen wearing a brace on his left knee during the Buccaneer’s Super Bowl boat parade.

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