BOSTON (CBS) — Tom Brady won his sixth Super Bowl with the Patriots last season. One would assume that eased the pain of losing the big game to the Philadelphia Eagles the season prior. But Brady has said that losses stick with him more than wins, and that is certainly the case for Super Bowl LII. With the Patriots gearing up to visit the Eagles on Sunday, Brady made it clear that he’s still not over the sting that came with New England’s 41-33 defeat in Super Bowl LII. Asked how long it took him to put that loss in the back of his mind, Brady said there is a lot of “mental scar tissue” lingering from that night in Minnesota. “You assume I’m over it?” Brady asked WEEI’s Greg Hill during his weekly appearance on Monday. “Come on now. That’s a lot of mental scar tissue from that year. That was a tough game.” This shouldn’t be too much of a shock, since Brady’s dad came out and said he doesn’t think his son will ever get over that loss. While Brady was excellent in that game, passing for a Super Bowl record 505 yards, the New England defense… Read full this story
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