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For Tom Brady, football is as much a mental game as it is a physical one.
Brady addressed his focus on Saturday for the Eagles but declined to speak specifically about his latest Facebook documentary. But on Sunday, episode 2 was released.
In the episode, the Facebook producers take the viewer inside Tom’s head, revealing just how cerebral football really is for him. Despite all of the preparation, the Patriots narrowly lose their fourth game, 33-30, bringing their record to 2-2. But Tom also has a young family at home that wants his attention win or lose.
Brady also talks about his relationship with offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels.
“He wants to kill me sometimes and believe me, I want to kill him sometimes,” Brady said. “But I think we have a great deal of respect and trust and love for one another because we know once we come together on game day we’re both giving it everything we got.”
Brady has no time to wallow in failure both for his family’s sake – and because there is another game just a week away.