Tom Brady played in 10 Super Bowls, winning seven.
Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow is set to make his first Super Bowl start on Sunday.
Brady shared with Burrow some of the best Super Bowl advice Bill Belichick gave.
Tom Brady played in 10 Super Bowls over the course of his historic career.
After announcing his retirement, Brady is done playing in Super Bowls, but he still has plenty of wisdom to pass on to the next generation of great quarterbacks.
Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow will make his first Super Bowl start against the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday. Ahead of the game, Burrow was a guest on Brady's podcast "Let's Go!" and got a bit of advice from Brady that came to him from New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick.
"I always got great advice from Coach Belichick," Brady told Burrow. "He said 'What we'll remember most from this week is whether we win or lose.' Believe me. And unfortunately I've been a part of three Super Bowl losses. You don't remember those much. But when you win, you remember everything."
Brady said that while the game might feel bigger given the hype and anticipation in the days leading up to kickoff, once the game is underway, it's just football.
"The best part is ultimately getting to the game, and when you get to the game, you're going to realize it's just that," Brady said. "It's exactly what you've done all season long. The ball is going to get kicked off and it's going to feel like a football game. Getting to that point, it'll feel quite a bit different from any game, but you just realize when you get to that moment, it's a really exciting time for everyone."
Burrow and the Bengals have their work cut out for them, facing a Rams team that will be playing on their home turf and hungry to avenge an embarrassing Super Bowl loss from three years ago.
Given Brady's Super Bowl success, every bit of advice Burrow gets from him, even the platitudes, could be valuable.
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