Tom Brady is having a terrific season this one with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers that reached the NFC Championship Game on Sunday night after a tough visit to New Orleans. Brady led his team past the Saints, setting records in the process. 

Now the challenge will be bigger when they meet Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers that had no mercy with the Los Angeles Rams on Saturday, beating them 32-18 at Lambeau Field. 

Brady will visit A-Rod and the Packs to reach another milestone. When he receives that first snap next Sunday, TB12 would have set another record in the NFL that nobody has and probably won’t be able to replicate in the future. 

Tom Brady will reach an incredible milestone with the Buccaneers this Sunday 

Brady has been around for 21 years now and he’s still playing at the highest level and breaking records in the NFL. This Sunday, he will become the first quarterback to play in the NFC Championship Game in three different decades. 

The veteran quarterback found success in the 2000s, winning three Super Bowls with the New England Patriots. He established himself as the GOAT in the 2010s, adding three more titles to his collection and this Sunday he will be playing his first NFC Championship Game with the Bucs, to start this decade the best way. 

He will have a very difficult rival on the other side of the pitch but that’s nothing new for Brady. Subsequently, if he wins Sunday’s game, he will also be the first quarterback to play in three Super Bowls in three different decades. 

This man isn’t showing any sign of slowing down and people don’t really know when he’s retiring from the game. He’s still playing great and thriving so it’s really something that only time will reveal. As for right now, Brady is ready to play against Aaron Rodgers in the dreamed Super Bowl we never got to see in the past decade.