Apparently, Tom Brady can now just pick a team and take them to a Super Bowl. At 43 years old, he led a Buccaneers team coming off three-straight losing seasons to a Super Bowl championship. Super Bowl LV was Brady’s 10th title game, which lies somewhere between marvelous and absurd. With 10 Super Bowl appearances in 19 full seasons as a starter, he’s now appeared in 18 percent of all Super Bowls. Getty Images Over the past 20 years, plenty of people said Brady was a product of New England’s system, or gave the credit to Bill Belichick. Yet, here…

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