Tom Brady declares that he and Gisele Bundchen are divorcing.

Tom Brady, a former quarterback for the New England Patriots, and his famous wife Gisele Bundchen have filed for divorce.

It is probably of little consolation to the New England Patriots considering their own predicament with a 3-4 record and a season marred by quarterback controversy.

To be fair, however, Tom Brady's Hall of Fame career and personal life have now experienced a difficult period. Following his Tampa Bay Buccaneers' home loss 

to the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday night, Brady and his famous wife Gisele Bündchen filed for divorce in Florida on Friday morning, ending their 13-year union.

The couple will reportedly have joint custody of their two children, Benjamin (12) and Vivian (9). John (15) is Brady's son from his ex-girlfriend Bridget Moynahan.

He started off the year by shockingly losing a home playoff game in January against the Los Angeles Rams, ending the 2021 campaign of the reigning Super Bowl champions.

Brady is one of the most successful athletes in the annals of team sports, but it appears that his personal problems are affecting his ability on the field.

He has lost three straight games for the first time since he played for the Pats in 2002, and he appears much thinner than in previous seasons. Brady's current club has a worse

 record than his previous one at 3-5. (3-4). Although he has only thrown one interception, Brady still leads the NFL in completions, attempts, and passing yards.