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Good things happen to Tom Brady

Tom Brady is a magnet for positive outcomes. Put this man in any situation, odds are, something good is going to come of it. It’s uncanny. That mystical ability was on full display today, as the GOAT helped the Tampa Bay Buccaneers knock off the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau in the NFC Championship Game.

Tom Brady had a QB rating of 73.9 and tossed three picks, yet his team managed to win a road playoff game against arguably the best team in football. That doesn’t happen to any other QB.

Law of Attraction?

I’m convinced Tom Brady is a master of visualization. If you’ve ever seen or read The Secret, you’ll know that constantly imagining what you want in life helps make it happen. Your thoughts send certain signals into the universe that can manifest themselves in reality. That’s the idea anyway.

Tom Brady has to be a Secret guru.

It’s the only way to explain him throwing three picks and escaping a road playoff game against the NFL MVP with a victory. It’s the only way to explain the fact that he’s 5-1 in his career in playoff games in which he’s throwing zero (0) touchdowns. How else can we explain the fact that Tom Brady has won two separate Super Bowls while accounting for two total touchdowns throughout the entire playoffs (2001, 2018)? What is this sorcery?!?!

This man sees what he wants. He sees it all day long. That makes it more likely to happen.

Gotta Respect It

From the New England Patriots

All of this is going to come off like me saying Tom Brady is lucky. Let me just clarify something right now; I am saying Tom Brady is lucky. But such an extraordinary amount of good fortune is not a coincidence. It can’t be.

Tom Brady makes his own luck. Forget the visualization techniques he may or may not be into. TB12 consistently does what is necessary in the moment in order to ensure a victory for his team. It’s all he’s done since his rookie season way back in 1893. Couple that with his innate leadership traits, and you’ll find that his teammates tend to ascend to a higher level of performance due in part to their quarterback. That’s part of the reason why he’s the GOAT. Is he lucky? Hell yes. But you have to respect owning six effing SB rings, potentially seven.

Then again, maybe he’s into Illuminati or some shit. Who knows? The dude is a wizard.