Super Bowl 2019: 60 Minutes looks back at Tom Brady in 2005

When the Patriots quarterback had won 3 Super Bowls, he told 60 Minutes he wondered what was next: ”God, it's got to be more than this.” On Sunday, he tries for his sixth win

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At the Super Bowl this Sunday, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady will try to win his sixth championship ring. It will be the ninth time the 41-year-old has played in the Super Bowl—giving Brady more Super Bowl appearances than every single team in the NFL, outside of his own Patriots.

60 Minutes correspondent Steve Kroft spoke with Brady in 2005, when he was just 27 years old. He spoke about his love for the game, which great NFL quarterbacks he wanted to emulate, and the scouting report that described him as "poor build, very skinny."

At the time, Brady already had three Super Bowl wins to his name—and told Kroft he wondered what else life had in store.

"I think, God, it's got to be more than this," Brady said. "I mean this can't be what it's all cracked up to be."

Brady on winning: There's "got to be more than this"

Tom Brady on winning: There's "got to be more than this"

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What scouts missed when they initially saw Brady

"60 Minutes" archives: What scouts missed when they initially saw Tom Brady

Brady's favorite Super Bowl ring? "The next one"

Tom Brady's favorite Super Bowl ring? "The next one"