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This season of The GOAT covers the incomparable Tom Brady, his unparalleled career and longevity—including his surprising current post-season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers—his early years as a late-round draft pick and a 2nd-stringer, the unequaled highs of ten Super Bowl appearances and six wins with the New England Patriots, three NFL MVP awards, the Spygate and Deflategate scandals, his relationship with Donald Trump, the intense rivalry between Brady and Peyton Manning that changed the NFL, and his current, hotly-observed second life on the Bucs at age 43.All this and more has made Brady arguably the best quarterback ever and one of the most famous athletes in the world—The Greatest Of All Time. With never-before-heard interviews with Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Eli Manning, Tom Brady, Sr., Justin Tuck, Robert Kraft and many others, acclaimed sports journalist and bestselling author Gary Myers brings us the definitive account of the greatest career in NFL history.▶️ Diversion brings real stories to life: DiversionPodcasts.com

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This season of The GOAT covers the incomparable Tom Brady, his unparalleled career and longevity—including his surprising current post-season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers—his early years as a late-round draft pick and a 2nd-stringer, the unequaled highs of ten Super Bowl appearances and six wins with the New England Patriots, three NFL MVP awards, the Spygate and Deflategate scandals, his relationship with Donald Trump, the intense rivalry between Brady and Peyton Manning that changed the NFL, and his current, hotly-observed second life on the Bucs at age 43.All this and more has made Brady arguably the best quarterback ever and one of the most famous athletes in the world—The Greatest Of All Time. With never-before-heard interviews with Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Eli Manning, Tom Brady, Sr., Justin Tuck, Robert Kraft and many others, acclaimed sports journalist and bestselling author Gary Myers brings us the definitive account of the greatest career in NFL history.▶️ Diversion brings real stories to life: DiversionPodcasts.com

    Introducing: The Dream Team Tapes Season 2 - Kobe, LeBron & The Redeem Team

    Introducing: The Dream Team Tapes Season 2 - Kobe, LeBron & The Redeem Team

    Get a preview of Season 2 of the #1 New Sports Podcast of 2020. Sports journalist vets Jack McCallum and J.A. Adande take listeners through an insider's study of the 2008 US Olympic Men's Basketball Team and the legendary players that defined a new generation of NBA basketball, including Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, and Jason Kidd. Season 2 features guests including Carmelo Anthony, Phil Jackson, Chris Bosh, Robert Horry, Jerry Colangelo, Deron Williams, Mike Krzyzewski and many more, bringing you an epic examination in athletic challenge, transformation, and ultimate victory. 
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    Seven is So Sweet

    Seven is So Sweet

    Tom Brady just can't stop winning Super Bowls. On this last episode of the season we hear from Tom Brady, Tom Brady Sr., Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians, and Phil Simms of CBS. In his first year with the Bucs, Brady not only led them to the playoffs for the first time since 2007, but won three playoff games to get them back home to be the first team to ever play the Super Bowl on their home field. And in this unique and crazy season, of course Brady didn't stop by just getting to 10th Super Bowl, he won the Super Bowl for the seventh time. That's more than any franchise has won. By the way, he also won his fifth Super Bowl MVP. He also was the clear winner in round one in his divorce from Bill Belichick. 

    The GOAT: Tom Brady, is a production of Diversion Podcasts, in association with iHeartRadio. This season is written and hosted by Gary Myers. Executive Producers: Scott Waxman and Mark Francis for Diversion Podcasts and Sean Titone for iHeartRadio. Story editing by Scott Waxman with editorial direction from John Tuttle and Jacob Bronstein. Editing, mixing, and sound design by Mark Francis. Archival research by Brianne Murphy. Verna Fields is our Technical Producer. Director of marketing and business development: Jacob Bronstein. Special thanks for Oren Rosenbaum at UTA.
    Diversion Podcasts wants to hear from you. What did you think of this season? Send us your questions, your comments, and even your critiques. Find Diversion on Twitter at @DiversionPods
    And remember what Tom Brady said: "Wear your seat belts...You never know." 
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    • 36 min
    Bonus: Supe For Seven Super Bowls

    Bonus: Supe For Seven Super Bowls

    Tom Brady will be playing in his 10th Super Bowl for his 7th Super Bowl championship when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers play the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV on their home field in Tampa this Sunday. Host Gary Myers talks to Tom Brady about how hard it is to win the Super Bowl at a time when he was stuck on three victories for ten years. Brady predicted then nobody would win six or seven. He's wrong on six. And he's trying to serve Supe For Seven.
    Two players from the two New York Giants teams that beat Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLII and XLVI are also guests on this episode: former quarterback Eli Manning and former defensive end Justin Tuck. Manning talks about the thrill of beating Tom Brady twice with last-minute drives and his own relationship with Brady. Eli was named Super Bowl MVP in both victories. Justin Tuck could have been named Super Bowl MVP in the first game when the Pats were trying to complete the first 19-0 season in NFL history. Tuck sacked Brady twice and discusses how the Giants put pressure on him.
    EXCERPT FROM THE EPISODE:
    Even with the pandemic limiting Raymond James Stadium to 22,000 fans for Super Bowl 55, about one-third capacity, the atmosphere will be electric as Tom Brady goes for his seventh Super Bowl championship. The Tampa Bay Bucs vs. the Kansas City Chiefs. Tom Brady vs. Patrick Mahomes. The GOAT vs. The Baby Goat. And…the Bucs are the first team to play the Super Bowl on their home field. Supe’s On...
    It was almost unimaginable when Brady played for the Patriots, the Evil Empire of the NFL, but I think now he is the sentimental favorite in the Super Bowl. I have friends who are lifelong Jets fans who have set aside the hatred they had for Brady when he was playing for Bill Belichick and beating the Jets twice a year and they are rooting for him in the Super Bowl. 
    I mean, he’s going against players just about half his age in a physically demanding sport. Patrick Mahomes was just 6 years old when Brady won his first Super Bowl in the 2001 season. Besides, is there a father or mother who could not relate to Brady hugging his son in the stands at Lambeau Field in Green Bay after the NFC Championship Game?
    What an incredible accomplishment for Brady at his age, in his first year with a new team, with no offseason program to get acclimated to his new teammates, with a scaled down training camp, and to now win seven in a row by winning three playoff games on the road to get back home.
    Tom Sr. told me that he and his wife Galynn, who is a cancer survivor, each contracted COVID at the beginning of the NFL season in September. They live in San Mateo in Northern California. Tom Sr. was in the hospital for 18 days for what he described to others as a life and death situation. Tom called twice a day to check up on his parents.
    That is a stress that makes him very relatable as the country is going through a once-in-a-century pandemic. His parents have recovered and will be in Tampa for Super Bowl 55 for their second game this season.
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    • 28 min
    Bonus: Tom Brady's Home Cooked Super Bowl

    Bonus: Tom Brady's Home Cooked Super Bowl

    Tom Brady has made it to his 10th Super Bowl, an almost unimaginable feat. But this one is different. Brady came without the New England Patriots. Brady and the Tampa Bay Bucs will meet the explosive Kansas City Chiefs and Patrick Mahomes on February 7 in Super Bowl LV. The Bucs are the first team to make it to the Super Bowl on their home field. Host Gary Myers interviews Tom Brady's father, Tom Brady Sr., about his son's transition to a new team after 20 years with the Pats, his break-up with Bill Belichick, and how much longer Brady will play. Tom has told his dad he will play "until I suck." Boston Globe sports columnist Dan Shaughnessy also appears on the episode and contributes his insight on how Patriots Nation is handling Tom Brady in the Super Bowl this year without them.
    FROM THE EPISODE:
    Super Bowl 55 is a fascinating matchup. It’s the generation gap Super Bowl. Tom Brady vs. Patrick Mahomes. The GOAT vs the BABY GOAT. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. the Kansas City Chiefs. Brady is 43 and going for his seventh Super Bowl championship. Patrick Mahomes is only 25 but already on a path to one day be grouped with the best to ever play the game. 
    He is trying to lead the Chiefs to back-to-back Super Bowl victories, which has not been done since Brady and the Patriots won two in a row in 2003 and 2004, the second against the Philadelphia Eagles, then coached by current Kansas City coach Andy Reid. 
    Mahomes was just 6-and-a-half years old when Brady won his first Super Bowl following the 2001 season. Mahomes father Pat, a former major league pitcher, is 50, just seven years older than Brady.
    That is just part of the back story. The real story is this:
    Tom Brady will be playing in his tenth Super Bowl. John Elway is next among quarterbacks with five. Brady is going for his seventh victory. Joe Montana and Terry Bradshaw are next with four. If you don’t count Brady’s rookie year in 2000, when he threw only three passes, or 2008, when he suffered a season-ending knee injury in the first quarter of the first game, he has played 19 seasons and been to 10 Super Bowls. That means he’s made it to the Super Bowl more than 50% of the time. 
    That’s crazy. Just to put to put that in perspective, Michael Jordan played 15 years and went to six NBA finals. He won all six, but his last championship came when he was 34 years old. LeBron James turned 36 in December, soon after he played in his 10th finals in 17 seasons. But he has a losing record at 4-6. 
    People have asked me if Tom Brady wins the Super Bowl on February 7th will he retire? I think it’s just the opposite: it will motivate him even more to win Super Bowl 56. Besides, he has a $25 million guaranteed contract for next season, so unless something changes with his passion for the game, if it dissipates, or if he physically bdoesn’t feel capable, then I believe he will return for at least one more year. Tom will be 44 in August.
    I’m going to start off with Tom Brady Sr. Tom and his dad are best friends and golfing buddies. Brady Sr. and I became friendly when I was researching my *Brady vs. Manning* book and I always found him forthcoming.
    Tom Brady told his father how he will determine when to quit. He put it in simple terms: as long as he doesn’t suck, he will keep playing. Makes sense.

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    • 38 min
    Bonus: Will Tom Brady Take the Lambeau Leap?

    Bonus: Will Tom Brady Take the Lambeau Leap?

    Tom Brady vs. Aaron Rodgers at Lambeau Field in the NFC Championship Game. It just doesn’t get any better than that. It’s a match-up for the ages — and for the aged. Brady is trying to get to his 10th Super Bowl (!) in his first season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. As great as Aaron Rodgers has been this season, he’s only been to one Super Bowl. Who takes The Lambeau Leap to Super Bowl LV? Renowned sports broadcasters Al Michaels and Peter King stop by The GOAT to offer their perspective on the matchup. 
    FROM THE EPISODE:
    Imagine this epic football scene Sunday night in Green Bay, Wisconsin: Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have just beaten Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship Game in the greatest playoff quarterback matchup in the 101 years of the NFL. Brady is so excited he attempts the Lambeau Leap right to Super Bowl 55. Degree of difficult: 10.0
    If you remember Brady’s performance at the scouting combine 21 years ago, you know he’s got no shot to scale that wall. It’s 5-foot-11 in the end zone and 6-foot-2 in the corners. Don’t even ask about Brady’s vertical jump. And without fans to grab and pull him up, it might be more a challenge than actually beating Rodgers. Then again, there’s no way to measure adrenaline.
    Brady is one victory away from playing football in another Super Bowl in his first year with the Bucs, a team that historically has been a bunch of misfits. The *losingest* team in sports history. Brady has single handedly changed the culture of perception of that team in just four months.
    If things fall into place for Brady and the Bucs on the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field., then:

    The Bucs become the first team in the 55-year history of the Super Bowl to play football on their home field.

    Brady, in his 14th conference championship game, makes it to his 10th Super Bowl.

    If he wins his 7th Super Bowl, it will give him three more victories than Joe Montana and Terry Bradshaw, who are second among quarterbacks. Brady has 32 playoff victories. Montana is second with 16. Aaron Rodgers, who many consider the most talented quarterback of all time, has 11 playoff victories, basically one third of Brady’s total.


    Will Brady’s fairy tale season have a fairy tale finish? On this Bonus Episode of The GOAT: Tom Brady, I’m going to bring in Al Michaels, the best play-by-play man not only in NFL history, but simply the best play-by-play man ever. And you’ll hear from long-time journalist Peter King, who writes the must-read Football Morning In America column in his multi-platform role for NBC. This is going to a fun episode. Michaels and King are great storytellers. And this Sunday is going to be a fun game: a game for the ages and for the aged.
    Brady and Rodgers are coming off elite regular seasons. Brady threw 40 touchdowns at the age of 43, the second most in his 21-year career. Rodgers is six years younger at 37 and his 48 TDs are the best in his 16-year career. Age will be just a number Sunday night. These guys are playing great.
    Brady has been to nine Super Bowls, won six. He was 9-4 in AFC title games in New England. He is 33-11 in the playoffs and this is his ninth conference championship game in the last 10 years. The only years he missed was 2019, his final season in New England.
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    • 43 min
    Bonus: Tom Brady Takes The Long Way Home

    Bonus: Tom Brady Takes The Long Way Home

    Tom Brady is heading to Washington on Saturday night with the hopes of going on a Super Bowl run with his new team, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Bucs play the Washington Football Team in the NFC Wild Card matchup. Brady threw 40 touchdown passes and the Bucs finished 11-5 after ending the regular season with four straight victories. Tom and his team are red-hot. Brady already has been to more Super Bowls (9) and won more Super Bowls (6) than any player in history. Now he's trying to join old pal Peyton Manning as the only quarterbacks to win it all with two different teams. Another milestone: He has never been to the Super Bowl without a first round bye. Is this the first of three straight road playoff victories before he gets to play Super Bowl back home in Tampa or is this where Tom Brady's magical season ends?
    FROM THE EPISODE:
    The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are red-hot going into the postseason with a four-game winning streak. They finished the regular season with an 11-5 record, tying the franchise record for most victories, which was set in 2002, the year Tampa won its only Super Bowl. 
    At the age of 43, Brady threw 40 touchdown passes, the second highest total of his 21-year career. Now he’s trying to get to his tenth Super Bowl. Think about that. Ten Super Bowls. Joe Montana, Peyton Manning, and Aaron Rodgers combined have to been to nine.
    [AUDIO CLIP TOM BRADY:] “We gotta keep it going. We've got a big one next week. It all comes down to one game now that the regular season's over…you know, it’s one football game: Who plays well, who executes when the pressure's on..”
    In 2007 Brady broke Peyton Manning’s single-season record of 49 touchdown passes by throwing 50 in the New England Patriots undefeated regular season. Manning not only took back the record in 2013, but he pushed it way out there by throwing 55 in his second season in Denver. 
    Manning predicted Brady would break his record again. That ‘ not going to happen, but by throwing 40, Brady broke Manning’s record of 37 touchdown passes in the first season with a new team. Brady tossed four TDs in the Bucs 44-27 victory over the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday to jump ahead of Peyton. That’s kind of an obscure record, but not a bad one to own.
    [AUDIO CLIP TOM BRADY:] “Whatever happens, for me, as a quarterback, is reflective of what our group does on offense. I love playing with the guys I play with. We got a great group of receivers, great group of tight ends, very selfless. The backs have done an incredible job and the way the offensive line is playing and protect, it gives any quarterback a great opportunity. So it's a team sport. Those are great team accomplishments, and I'm just proud of all the guys and what they put in this year. And now we're moving into the playoffs and we’ve got a great opportunity ahead of us. Got to go try to take advantage of it.”
    Now the money time of the 2020 season has arrived. The Bucs are the No. 5 seed and in all likelihood will have to win three playoff games on the road to get back home to Tampa and become the first team to play the Super Bowl on its home field.
    Can the Bucs win three playoff games in a row on the road? It’s been done before. Brady knows all about it because the 2007 New York Giants won three games on the road before beating him and the Patriots in Super Bowl 42.
    Tampa went into its bye week at just 7-5 after back-to-back home losses to the Rams and Chiefs. What was wrong with Brady? Why didn’t Bruce Arians adjust his deep passing game to take advantage of Brady’s strength, which was throwing underneath with an occasional deep shot. He played one of the worst games of his career in a home loss to the Saints...

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    • 23 min

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