After the Arena Episode 7: Recapping Man in the Arena: Tom Brady | ESPN

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Join Victoria Arlen, Jason Fitz, and Skubie Mageza as they break down their thoughts on episode 7 of Man in the Arena: Tom Brady. They discuss how Brady’s family and upbringing shaped him into the player he is today, the hidden blessings of his four-game suspension in the 2016 season due to deflategate, and one of the greatest comeback performances as the Patriots defeated the Atlanta Falcons, 34–28 in Super Bowl LI.

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