When speaking about retirement, Brady said it's "pretty unlikely" and in previous years has stated his desire is to play until the age of 45. With 20 years as a Patriot on the line, it would be shocking if the GOAT is under center anywhere but New England when the 2020 season kicks off in September. There's no denying Brady's stats fell greatly in 2019 due to inconsistent receiver play and the 2019 retirement of tight end Rob Gronkowski and it could be father time had a hand in his performance as well. For a full 16 game season, Brady's 4,057 yards was his lowest since 2010 and his touchdown total (24) the lowest since 2003. Brady finished as the QB12 in fantasy scoring and will turn 43 in August. He's found as DLF's QB28.