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.