Tom Brady, on his first start since injuring his knee on the first weekend of last season, led his team to a dramatic 25-24 win over the Buffalo Bills at Foxboro Stadium on Monday night.
The three-time Super Bowl winner seemed a little shaky early on in the game, throwing a pick that led to a touchdown and looking a little nervous in the pocket.
However, when the game was on the line in the fourth quarter and his team was down eleven points with less than six minutes on the clock, the camera flashed to Brady who was seen shouting encouragement to his colleagues.
Whatever he told them worked a treat, as he proceeded to throw two touchdown passes to tight end Ben Watson to seal a great comeback win.
Over the evening, Brady went 39 for 53 for 378 yards, with two touchdowns and one interception. The 39 completions was the second highest tally ever on ESPN Monday night football.
One year older and a major knee injury and rehab later, Brady has lost none of the talent that had made him one of the game’s all time great quarterbacks.