Tom Brady says his goal is to play five more years in the NFL while the quarterback prepares for the 19th year

Tom Brady says he would like to continue playing in the NFL for another five years. You can see it above during an episode of his Facebook watch series Tom vs Time

Tom Brady is leaving one thing clear as he prepares for his 19th season of the NFL: he does not plan to stop playing football soon.

In the epilogue of his series of seven episodes of Facebook Watch, Tom vs. Time released on Wednesday, the Patriots 41 quarterback reiterated his desire to play at least five more years.

"I would love to play 41, 42, 43, 44, 45," said Brady.

"It will be a challenge for me." I do not think it's easy. It will be hard to do.

& # 39; I think it's going to be very hard to do. But I think I can do it. And once you stop, you're done.

Epilogue

After 18 years in the NFL, Tom Brady did it all. Now, after a low season in search of his sentence, Tom looks towards season 19 of his season at age 41. Win or lose, Tom's mind is always in the next game.

Posted by Tom vs Time on Wednesday September 5, 2018

Tom Brady says he would like to continue playing in the NFL for another five years. You can see it above during an episode of his Facebook watch series Tom vs Time

Tom Brady says he would like to continue playing in the NFL for another five years. You can see it above during an episode of his Facebook watch series Tom vs Time

"And I think I'm not ready to say I'm done, because I do not feel like I'm in. I still feel there are things to accomplish … It was really hard to get to this point.

& # 39; Why not finish it? & # 39;

New England opens its 2018 season on Sunday against the Houston Texans.

Despite winning five Super Bowls and becoming the oldest player to win MVP last season at age 40, Brady said he believes there is another level he can reach.

"I would love to play 41, 42, 43, 44, 45," said Brady. "It will be a challenge for me." I do not think it's easy. It's going to be hard to do & # 39;

You see Brady taking a picture of his wife, Gisele Bundchen, and one of his children while traveling in Doha

You see Brady taking a picture of his wife, Gisele Bundchen, and one of his children while traveling in Doha

You see Brady taking a picture of his wife, Gisele Bundchen, and one of his children while traveling in Doha

"I think the last eight years of my career have been better than my first 10, so I should prolong them, and that's what I'm trying to do," he said.

Since its debut in January, Tom vs. Time has provided viewers with a view of several moments behind the scenes with Brady on the field since he turned 40, as well as a rare look at his private life outside the field.

This final episode also explored what Brady said is a new approach to certain aspects of NFL life, which includes ignoring people's opinions of him.

At one point, he seemed to address the criticism he received in recent seasons about his relationship with his personal health coach and business partner, Alex Guerrero.

During training camp, Brady called it "ridiculous" to suggest that the suspension of Patriots receiver Julian Edelman is linked to his work with Guerrero.

Despite winning five Super Bowls and becoming the oldest player to win MVP last season at age 40, Brady said he believes there is another level he can reach. Brady looks up during a practice drill in Foxborough, Massachusetts on Wednesday

Despite winning five Super Bowls and becoming the oldest player to win MVP last season at age 40, Brady said he believes there is another level he can reach. Brady looks up during a practice drill in Foxborough, Massachusetts on Wednesday

Despite winning five Super Bowls and becoming the oldest player to win MVP last season at age 40, Brady said he believes there is another level he can reach. Brady looks up during a practice drill in Foxborough, Massachusetts on Wednesday

Those same questions about Guerrero caused Brady to end abruptly with his first availability of means for the camp.

& # 39;[The media wants] to talk about a lot of drama, "Brady said during the epilogue.

"I'm sure a lot of teams have things like that, but ours is only the tenth grade, I'm learning how to handle it better.

Brady also hinted at the rumored discord between him and coach Bill Belichick, which both have previously minimized.

"I think that every time you're with people for a long period of time, relationships come and go," Brady said.

"I think people are just looking for something to write and talk about, I just do not give a [expletive] more of everything about anything. … Nothing is so important to me anymore.

"Or maybe I care more about the things that really matter, like my family, the health of people, life and death.

"But worry about a lot of [expletive] of what people can say, think or feel: I really do not care anymore. "

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