Foxborough, Ma - In an interview with ESPN Monday Patriots quarterback Tom Brady says he hasn't given up hope of winning the Super Bowl quite yet. "Sure, we lost the game," said Brady, "Still, I'm still not sure how this affects our Super Bowl chances."
Brady said he and Patriots Coach Belichick would meet later in the week to discuss their options. Despite the fact the Patriots lost the game Brady continues to believe that the Patriots are the best team in the NFL.
"We're gonna show up at the Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas anyways on February 6th," said Brady ". Hopefully either the Steelers or the Packers will have plane problems, and we'll be there to fulfill our destiny.
Brady led the NFL in passing rating, touchdown passes and fewest interceptions so far this year. He also threw for 3,900 yards. "I'm so looking forward to playing in the game," said Brady, "and hopefully winning another Super Bowl ring."