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Watch Tom Brady chug a beer with Stephen Colbert

Watch Tom Brady chug a beer with Stephen Colbert

It included a 'Good Morning America' appearance, the releasing of his final 'Tom vs. Time' episode, and him chugging a beer on the 'The Late Show' with Stephen Colbert.

"They were sad for me, and sad for the Patriots", Brady said. And they commit a lot to me.

The 15-minute episode didn't have much in the way of grand revelations.

With the cut taped, Brady completed 26 of 38 passes for 290 yards (including 138 in the Patriots' fourth-quarter rally) and two touchdowns in a victory that took him to his eighth Super Bowl. "But football's the blink on an eye". "We knew the challenge it was going to be. We played good. We came from behind", Brady said of the 24-20 win.

"I'm sitting here three days after the year getting my Achilles worked on and my thumb and you go, 'What are we doing this for?"

New England wasn't so lucky two weeks later against the Eagles in the Super Bowl.

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Brady dialed up Gronk on his way home from Gillette Stadium. "Just so you know that".

"We ran into each other, and my thumb just got bent back. It was a [expletive] miracle". But it wasn't enough to overcome Nick Foles and the high-powered Eagles offense. "That's part of being in a very competitive sport".

And for the record, Brady still hasn't congratulated Foles on the win.

Body, mind, spirit. Family and friends.

Brady and the team were coy about the injury in the week leading up to the game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, with the quarterback wearing big gloves on both hands and refusing to talk about the injury.

Brady said it was the first time he really saw his children with wife Gisele Bundchen, Benjamin, now 8-years old, and Vivian, 5, upset over a loss (Vivian wasn't born the last time the Patriots lost in the Super Bowl), but the couple were able to use it as a teaching tool.