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Tom Brady And Patrick Mahomes – NFL’s two Best pitchmen To Face Off

Is Patrick Mahomes on his way to matching Tom Brady's legendary career?

When elite quarterbacks Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes play against each other for the sixth time, it could very likely be the final meeting between the 45-year-old Brady, who is closer than ever to retirement, and the 27-year-old Mahomes.

This Sunday’s matchup will be Mahomes and Brady’s first meeting since the 2020 Super Bowl clash and could prove to be their last, depending on what Brady – who retired and then unretired this past offseason – opts to do at the end of the season.

Tom Brady currently leads 3-2 in their head-to-head meetings and Mahomes has a chance to even the score this weekend.

“It’ll be a big game for me to kind of go up there and try to find a way to just win as a team,” Mahomes said.

“We’ve had a lot of games, and he’s won kind of the bigger ones.”

Mahomes has a chance to even the score, as Brady is 3-2 all time against Mahomes.

“It’ll be a big game for me to kind of go up there and try to find a way to just win as a team,” Mahomes said.

“We’ve had a lot of games, and he’s won kind of the bigger ones.”

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Patrick Mahomes hopes to follow Tom Brady

Tom Brady And Patrick Mahomes hug

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes says he wants to follow 45-year-old Tom Brady’s example and “play as long as I can” as the pair prepare to face off on Sunday Night Football, live on Sky Sports.

Mahomes is 18 years Brady’s junior and were he to also play until he was 45, that would see him still in the NFL by the 2040 season.

“I want to play as long as I can play, and I can still have a chance to help the team get better,” Mahomes said.

“Obviously, it’s hard to play until you’re 45 years old, and I don’t want to be out there just hanging on. You see what Tom is – he’s still playing at a very high level.

“I think that’s why it’s hard for him to kind of give it up – when you’re playing at a high level you don’t want to leave it.”

Mahomes added: “For me, I’m going to try to keep my body in the best shape possible and as long as they’ll let me play and I can play at a high level, I’ll be out there.”

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