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With Tom Brady back, Ben Roethlisberger will headline the PFHOF Class of 2027

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After announcing his retirement 40 days ago, Tom Brady made it official on Sunday night that he's returning to the Buccaneers for his 23rd season in the NFL. There was a lot of speculation that Brady was going to un-retire, as in several interviews, he made it seem like he wasn't comfortable with his decision. Some even thought he was going to return to his native San Francisco to play for the 49ers.

With Brady back, Ben Roethlisberger will be the headline for the Hall of Fame Class in 2027. A duo of Brady and Roethlisberger going into Canton together would have easily been the greatest quarterback class in the history of the Hall, but Roethlisberger will now garner more attention.

The Steelers also face Brady's Buccaneers at Heinz Field this season. Unless he just continues to avoid Father Time, it will be Brady's last game in Pittsburgh.

Brady has a 12-3 career record against the Steelers, including the playoffs where he's 3-0 in AFC Championship Games. Brady also has a 34-5 touchdown-interception ratio in his 15 career games against the Steelers.

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