January 19, 2013
Tom Brady's and Ray Lewis' final battle
By MIKE ZEISBERGER, QMI Agency
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Three Super Bowl rings, a supermodel wife and a pretty-boy face that has landed you on more magazine covers than you can count.
It sure doesn’t suck to be Tom Brady, does it?
Men want to be him. Women want to be with him. Opponents want to beat him to a pulp.
When it comes to the New England quarterback, no one is indifferent to him. You either like him or can’t stand him. You either envy him or despise him.
There is no middle ground here.
Yet, slice through all his celebrity, his Hollywood status, his cover-boy looks, and you will find a guy who is just as mean, as snarly and as competitive as Ray Lewis, the tackling machine he will be facing in frosty Foxborough on Sunday.
With Lewis already having stated his intention to retire after the season, Sunday’s AFC championship game between his Baltimore Ravens and Brady’s New England Patriots will mark the final time these two warriors will meet on a National Football League field.