Tom Brady's Existential Crisis

Honestly, does "60 Minutes" interview anyone but athletes anymore? This week's winner of the Steve Kroft Sweepstakes is Tom Brady, who waxes philosophic on his career so far, and what's coming up. He actually goes a little Theo Epstein/Bill Simmons on us, saying how he has sometimes struggled with so much success so early on in his career.

"Why do I have three Super Bowl rings and still think there is something greater out there for me?" he says, presumably while being orally pleasured by Bridget Moynihan. "A lot of people would say, 'This is what it is. I reached my goal, my dream ...' Me, I think, God, it's got to be more than this. I mean, this isn't ... what it's all cracked up to be."

We understand Brady's pain, particularly since you know Peyton Manning — insert "Kenny Chesney" for Moynihan, by the way — is probably reading these quotes and banging his head, Frerotte-style, against the nearest hard surface. (Perhaps Chesney again.)

Tom Brady: The Winner [CBS News]