As we've all grown accustomed to over the last 19 years, Tom Brady has won again.
This time, however, it wasn't for his play on the football field, but his Facebook series "Tom vs Time," which won a Sports Emmy Monday for Outstanding Serialized Sports Documentary. Brady announced the nomination Sunday.
Brady's series was up against HBO's "Being Serena," based on tennis legend Serena Williams, ESPN+'s "Quest for the Stanley Cup," and Prime Video's "All or Nothing" series based on the Dallas Cowboys and Manchester City F.C.
The Sports Emmy will be added to Brady's collection of six Super Bowl rings, three MVP awards, two Offensive Player of the Year awards, five All-Pro selections and 14 Pro Bowl selections.
Proud and humbled. Find your deepest purpose. https://t.co/I9jF7Szni6— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) May 21, 2019
Now we'll have to see what Brady does for a follow up during the 2019 NFL season as he keeps raising the bar for himself.
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