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Watch first trailer for Brady doc, 'Tom vs Time'
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Patriots fans know what Tom Brady can do on the field, but his private life has remained that: private. Soon, however, we will all get an intimate look at Tom off the field.
A trailer for a six-part docu-series, "Tom vs Time," premiered this week, and it's got people excited. The documentary will air on Facebook Watch, Facebook's new streaming platform, and it takes viewers into Tom's home, his offseason routine and his family time.
It is a look into the quarterback's life that Patriots fans and sports fans in general have been waiting for.
And not to mention, it'll get you pumped up.
"What are you willing to do and what are you willing to give up to be the best you can be? You only have so much energy and the clock ticks on all of us," Tom said in the trailer. "If you’re going to compete against me, you better be willing to give up your life because I’m giving up mine."
As a 40-year-old athlete performing at his level, the series is sure to be an interesting look at what goes into it all.
"When I see myself out there, I feel like man I still do this and I do better than I’ve ever been so why should I stop?" Tom said.
Check the trailer out for yourself. And while you're waiting for the first episode to premiere, be sure to check out the Patriots Facebook Watch page to catch Patriots All Access.