Tom Brady, Serious Invincible Void, Call It A Day

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Ask three questions designed to determine the “greatness” of a major player in the Hall of Fame:

If you just ask the first question, the answer is pretty obvious: Tom Brady, who announced his retirement Tuesday after 22 seasons, 20 of which were starters, is clearly a successful NFL player. most ever. He won a whopping seven Super Bowls, played in three more (he made it to the big game half the year he started in the NFL, which is wild), won five Super MVPs Bowl, three league MVPs and all of the NFL’s -time lead in passing.

Ask the second question, it becomes a bit more difficult. Brady has plenty of advantages: a process-obsessed workaholic, he’s been thrown into a unique coaching situation that compliments his obsessive motivation, plays the majority of his matches in a multi-generational AFC East, and operates behind a series of elite offensive lines. There is also the matter of his team… loose relationship with the rules regarding football supervision and inflationand the strange question of whether his Patriots pay cut is supplemented by sketchy transactions that coexists with him being paid as an independent contractor.

Read more at The Daily Beast. Tom Brady, Serious Invincible Void, Call It A Day


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