Tom Brady commemorated the one-week anniversary of the Patriots historic Super Bowl win with a social media post last night.
It’s hard to believe a week has passed since SB51. It’s hard to believe the game is only 60 minutes. It's harder to believe I've been a Patriot for 17 years! What happens on that field with my teammates, in front of our family and fans, is almost impossible to describe. It’s mythical for me, and yet it’s real. And it’s why I’ll never stop as long as I’m able. #ROS
The ROS at the end? It stands for Religion of Sports.
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What’s that? It’s a documentary series created by filmmaker Gotham Chopra for which Brady and Michael Strahan are both executive producers.
Last fall, the six-part series debuted on DirecTV’s Audience Network and AT&T’s U-Verse.
A second season is now in the works. Brady commented on the news of the second season last week in a statement saying,“Sports has always been a spiritual experience for me. Pushing myself and my teammates to perform at the highest level requires a discipline and intensity that is all about mastering the self. That I’m able to share that experience in another medium – through stories of people for whom sports is a matter of faith – has been a great thrill. I couldn’t be more proud and excited that we’ll be producing another season of Religion of Sports.”
Here’s a link to the first season’s episodes.
We’ll try to get Gotham on Quick Slants the Podcast soon for more insight on the series and what we should look for in the coming season.