I looked, and there's no Brady discussion thread. There's a TB offseason thread, a Tom vs Time thread, but nothing for talking about the man's season, which is his 19th in the league. So here we are. So he's had an up-and-down season by his standards so far, and yesterday he threw (avert your eyes) TWO interceptions! Clearly, career over. Wait, how often has that happened? Let's check. -- 27 game stretch, from start of 2013 season -- 2014 Week 11: 2 INT @ IND (W, 42-20) -- 8 game stretch -- 2014 Super Bowl: 2 INT vs SEA (W, 28-24) -- 11 game stretch -- 2015 Week 13: 2 INT vs PHI (L, 28-35, that ridiculous comeback) -- 5 game stretch -- 2015 AFCCG: 2 INT @ DEN (L, 18-20, had a chance to tie on final play) -- 12 regular season games of 2016, he had 2 INT all regular-season holy crap -- 2016 AFC DIV: 2 INT vs HOU (W, 34-16) -- 14 game stretch -- 2017 Week 14: 2 INT @ MIA (L, 20-27) -- 9 game stretch -- 2018 Week 4: That thing yesterday, also vs Miami (W, 38-7) So that's the 7th time in 5.25 seasons + 13 postseason games, or a little more than once per 16-game season. In his ages-35-to-41 seasons. 7 times in which he made a bad decision twice in a game, and paid some consequence for it (and even some of those probably include tipped balls and assorted wackiness). Let us all hope we take care of our own children as well as Tom Brady takes care of the football.