Sky's the Limit for Brady Bunch
Byline: KEN ELLIOTT
TOM BRADY'S first Super Bowl win was followed by dates with supermodels and visits to the Playboy Mansion, Disney World and the White House, writes Ken Elliott.
His second earned him an invite to America's State of the Union address as a guest of the First Lady and then an audience with the Pope at the Vatican. So what does that leave if he makes it a hat-trick in Jacksonville, Florida on Sunday? a trip to the moon, perhaps?
The 27-year-old quarterback was the big game's Most Valuable Player in 2002 when the New England Patriots beat the St Louis Rams 20-17 and again last season when he steered them to a 32-29 win over the Carolina Panthers.
This year he faces the Philadelphia Eagles as the Pats aim for three wins in four years.
His side are the favourites and Brady is an all-American favourite with his dimpled chin, movie-star good looks and easy charm. He's even too nice to make a public prediction that his side are bound to win …
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Publication information: Article title: Sky's the Limit for Brady Bunch. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: The Evening Standard (London, England). Publication date: February 4, 2005. Page number: 84. © Not available. COPYRIGHT 2005 Gale Group.
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