Tom Brady has been the envy of New England sports fans for the last few years. He is arguably the best quarterback in football, and arguably the greatest player to ever play the game. He is a beloved icon to his fellow New England fans, and he is not afraid to be the center of attention. One of the things that people enjoy about watching Tom Brady is his ability to make seemingly impossible plays look easy. In fact, some of his passes seem so simple that it seems he does not even have to try. In fact, some of the passes he has thrown have amazed the people in the stands.
One of the most famous plays that Tom Brady has made was a legendary throw against the Green Bay Packers during the infamous Super Bowl XLV. With under two minutes remaining in the game, Tom Brady hit Jermaine Kearse over the middle of the field for a touchdown. Immediately after the play, a television technician noticed that the ball had flown off the throw and that the football had fallen to the ground. When the official announced the score, everyone in the crowd erupted with a large celebration. This famous play became known as the “Tom Brady 4 Rings Pic.”
Although the play was not meant to happen, the result was exactly what happened. The ball squirted out from Tom Brady’s throwing hand and then fell into the lap of Kearse, who was racing down the sideline. As the play continued, Brady began to laugh uncontrollably. The play ended with a calmly made play to seal the victory for the Patriots.
One interesting thing about Tom Brady is that he seems to have a difficult time wearing his ring on the right hand. It has become a running joke that whenever Tom Brady is handed a football, he removes the gold ring on his right hand. Even more entertaining is the reaction from the officials when they review the play. They seem to be unsure if the touchdown should be declared a touchdown or a field goal. They always give the latter a pass because of how close the two players were to making a play. After replay, it is clear that Tom Brady was indeed the winner by removing his ring on the right hand.
Since his infamous “Chick Flick” play earned him his reputation as a “game manager,” Tom Brady has tried to live by these principles. Even when he is not the quarterback for the team, he tries to keep his chin up in victory. At home, he has a special place made just for him: a ring that holds a picture of his wife, Aish, with their son, Pax. He proudly shows off his four rings, which are emblazoned with the NFL logo. Sometimes, he even dons a helmet to make himself look like a football player during road games.
The fact that Tom Brady always wears his ring on the left hand is more about his personality and what he stands for more than anything else. Growing up in Ohio, he always wore his heart on his sleeve and the ring on his finger was the result of his devotion to football. He did not only have the heart to support his team, but also the loyalty to his wife. Now as an adult, he proudly shows off his four rings with pride.
When he started playing football, he did not have a ring yet, but he had the dream to one day have one. He would do whatever it takes to win the Super Bowl with the Bears, and he would get his first ring when the team was crowned champions. He was given the chance to have a picture with his team mates, but in his opinion, it would not be necessary to have his four rings because he would just trade them off whenever he got tired of wearing them. He even said that he would give his first ring to his coach instead of showing up to the game dressed as the ring bearer.
It would seem that the Chicago Bears are happy with their quarterback, considering he has four rings and he keeps them. One thing we cannot forget is his love of football. The whole team adores him and he loves playing his heart out for them. He even has the support of his head coach, but for some odd reason, he still does not have a fourth ring. Whatever the case may be, Tom Brady is the best because he is so unselfish with his gesture. Surely there is a special someone out there who would accept that.