Tom Brady had a special moment with his son after winning the NFC championship
One advantage for Tom Brady, who is still successful at 43, is that his children can enjoy and appreciate what their dad does in the field.
Brady is going to his 10th Super Bowl. His first was 19 years ago. His son Jack wasn't even born back then or for his next two Super Bowls.
When Brady won his first NFC championship game on Sunday, he went straight to the stands to find his son and asked security if it would be okay if he could share the moment with Jack.
NFL Films captured the exchange, which was obviously very special.
Father above all. @ TomBrady celebrated Super Bowl # 10 with his # 1 fan ❤️ pic.twitter.com/ff0GXPaOt7
- NFL Films (@NFLFilms) January 25, 2021
Brady has always made it clear how much his family means to him. Sunday was a brilliant achievement in Brady's career, making another Super Bowl in his freshman year with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. But at that moment he wanted to share the celebration with his son.
Tom Brady of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers greets his son Jack after defeating the Green Bay Packers. (Photo by Stacy Revere / Getty Images)
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