Brady reflects on Super Bowl win, vows he’ll ‘never stop’

One week on from his incredible Super Bowl LI victory with the New England Patriots, Tom Brady seems as hungry for more success as ever.

The 39-year-old star quarterback helped the Patriots erase a 25-point deficit against the Atlanta Falcons to clinch his fifth Super Bowl crown, and took to Instagram on Sunday to share some of his feelings on the achievement, along with a picture of himself sharing a special moment with his four-year-old daughter Vivian after the game.

“It’s hard to believe a week has passed since SB51,” Brady, who was named Super Bowl MVP, wrote. “It’s hard to believe the game is only 60 minutes. It’s harder to believe I’ve been a Patriot for 17 years! What happens on that field with my teammates, in front of our family and fans, is almost impossible to describe. It’s mythical for me, and yet it’s real. And it’s why I’ll never stop as long as I’m able.”

Should Brady ever make it to another Super Bowl, he will be over the age of 40, but judging by his performance against Atlanta, it doesn’t look like the statute of limitations on his talent and ability is about to run out any time soon.

After all, he threw for a Super Bowl-record 466 yards, helping New England score 31 unanswered points to send the Falcons plummeting back down to earth.

It seems there’s a lot of life left in those old bones yet.