The New England Patriots’ stirring comeback from a 24-0 halftime deficit Sunday night to defeat the Denver Broncos was another classic example of Tom Brady being, well, Tom Brady. The legendary quarterback outgunned arch rival Peyton Manning on a frigid Foxborough night, completing 34-of-50 passes for 344 yards and three touchdowns in the Pats’ improbable 34-31 overtime victory.
So, what was Brady doing last Sunday morning in advance of the big game? The three-time Super Bowl champion was signing autographs for Panini America. While we’re not suggesting that we had anything to do with Brady’s epic performance Sunday night, it’s hard to deny facts. In the hours before Sunday’s kickoff, Brady’s history-writing right hand was already in catch-up mode, this time during a monumental signing session for Panini America during which one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time unknowingly — and single-handedly — made the holiday season happier for hundreds of collectors.
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