Despite Struggles, Tom Brady Reiterates Plan to Play in 2019

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Whether Tom Brady is actually on the decline is still up for debate. I'm going to give it everything I have, like I always have.

Despite struggling on the field this season, the 41-year-old said he still wakes up every day feeling "fulfilled" with what he's doing.

The Patriots play the New York Jets next weekend in what will be the last game of the regular season. Otherwise, New England faces the prospect of having to go on the road twice if they want to make it to Super Bowl LIII. "I'm going to try to do as best (as) I possibly can".

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Even with a win on Sunday against the Jets, the New England Patriots are already guaranteed to finish with their worst season record since 2009. "I know I've talked about it for a long time", he told Jim Gray. It will certainly be a challenge.

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady reaffirmed his plan to play football in 2019 and beyond during his weekly radio interview with Westwood One on Monday. "I hope I can keep playing at a championship level". Following a three touchdown game against the Miami Dolphins, Brady has thrown just two touchdown passes in his last two games and added three interceptions to that mark as well.

After being asked about his quarterback's future, Patriots head coach Bill Belichick was not interested in talking about Brady. Now it looks as if the Patriots quarterback isn't going to hang it up after what has become a somewhat hard 2018 season. It's Brady's team. And it will continue to be Brady's team.