It hasn’t been the season that Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady likely envisioned when he unretired back in the spring.

The Bucs are 4-5 just past the midpoint of the season. Being under .500 this late in the year isn’t a situation that we’re accustomed to seeing Brady in.

Considering the way the season has gone, plus the personal life drama that has been the subject of a multitude of headlines, it’s fair to wonder if Brady regrets unretiring.

The greatest quarterback the NFL has ever seen, however, was quick to shoot down that narrative on Friday.

Brady was asked if he has any regrets about coming out of retirement and he left no doubt that he’s happy to be playing on Sundays.

“Zero. No. Definitely not,” said Brady. “I think I returned because I felt like I wanted to compete. You know, I spoke to the team about it and they were excited to have me back. I don’t really regret those types of things. I think when I commit to it I mean it and I do my best.”

“I think the frustrating part is that we just haven’t played to the way we’re capable of playing,” added Brady.

Tampa Bay is set to take on the Seattle Seahawks in Germany on Sunday. If the Bucs win, they’ll move to 5-5 on the season and they’ll have a one-game lead in the NFC South.

The season hasn’t gone the way the Bucs were hoping, but Tampa is still in the driver’s seat in the NFC South.

I’ve watched the NFL for long enough to know that counting Brady out is never wise — I don’t care if he’s 22 or 62, I’m not betting against that guy.

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