Tom Brady Intends on Returning in 2019 with the Patriots

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Tom Brady hasn't been playing like Tom Brady, committing a number of uncharacteristic errors that have the team on a two-game skid. I'm going to give it everything I have, like I always have.

A three-time NFL Most Valuable Player, Brady is on record as saying that he'd like to play until he is 45 years old. If you're a hopeful theorist in the National Football League markets of Buffalo, Miami and NY (or even New England), you're really not gonna wanna look too closely at the recent Patriots' brisk walk over the Bills.

And yet, New England is right where they're supposed to be this time of year. And I'm going to try to do it as best I possibly can. "I know I've talked about it for a long time", he told Jim Gray. Whatever the case may be, the early signs of Brady's brilliance seem to be showing themselves and it remains to be seen how long he can truly play before his hangs up the cleats for retirement.

Will 2019 mark Tom Brady's final season with the New England Patriots? It will certainly be a challenge. He doesn't expect to feel that way next season or any time in the near future. "I hope I can keep playing at a championship level".

Brady's contract with the Patriots expires after the 2019 season.

Brady has previously stated he plans to play well into his mid-40s, assuming good health and assuming he "doesn't suck". Brady has thrown 11 interceptions, his highest total since 2013, and his QBR is 67.4, his lowest since that same season.

We have been taught never to doubt Brady's ability, but he'll have to start getting hot quick and can not have repeat performances like this with much scarier matchups on the way.