Watch Tom Brady’s mic’d up conversation with his son following Sunday’s win

"Good job!"

Tom Brady shared a sweet moment with his son, Jack, after winning the NFC title.
Tom Brady shared a sweet moment with his son, Jack, after winning the NFC title. – Stacy Revere/Getty Images

In the first moments after winning the NFC title, Tom Brady had one person he wanted to see: his son, Jack.

Brady walked over to the stands at Lambeau Field, looking to share a moment with his son. Everyone watching the game at home could hear Brady ask “Can I say hi to my son?” before the two shared a hug.

It turns out Brady was mic’d up for Sunday’s game by NFL Films, who released the full audio of Brady and Jack’s conversation on Monday.

“[Laughs] Love you kiddo,” Brady said.

“I love you,” Jack replied.

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“How about that?” Brady asked.

“Good job!” Jack said.

“We’re going to go to the Super Bowl baby! What do you think?” Brady said.

“Let’s go!” Jack said.

“Way to go. I’ll see you – I’ll call you a little bit later,” Brady said.

“Alright, I love you,” Jack said.

“Alright, love you kiddo,” Brady said before heading back to the field.

Brady told NBC Sports’ Peter King that Jack really wanted to be at Sunday’s game, saying of the moment that it “Doesn’t get any better for a dad than that.”

“He was gonna freeze his butt off here, and so I called him on Friday,” Brady told King. “I said, ‘Are you sure you wanna go?’ He’s like, ‘Dad, I wanna go.’ For him to be there and to see it just makes it so special for me. I hope it’s as special for him as it is for me.”

Jack, 13, is the son that Brady had with actress Bridget Moynihan. She also expressed her joy for Brady.

“Could not be more proud @tombrady said he would do it and he did,” Moynihan wrote in an Instagram post with a picture of Brady and their son. “Congratulations @buccaneers.”

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