'Let's go baby, let's go' - Hall of Famer Randy Moss pumps up Tom Brady
It doesn't take much to get Tom Brady fired up.
The New England Patriots quarterback can often be seen parading up and down the Patriots sideline trying to motivate those around him, and as he bids to become the first player in NFL history to win six Super Bowl rings, he received a little extra encouragement from former teammate and 2018 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee Randy Moss.
— Patriots Militia (@PatsMilitia) February 4, 2018
In 2007, the season the Patriots were denied a perfect 19-0 record thanks to their Super Bowl XLII loss to the New York Giants and Eli Manning, Brady and Moss set NFL single-season records for touchdown passes and touchdown catches.
Brady threw 50 touchdown passes for the season, breaking Peyton Manning's 2004 record of 49, while Moss finished the season with 23 touchdown receptions, breaking the mark of Jerry Rice.
Manning would reclaim the record for passing touchdowns in 2013 when he threw 55 touchdowns with the Denver Broncos, while Moss' record still stands upon its own.