Best Quarterback of All Time!

New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady is already one of the greatest Quarterbacks of all time. Perhaps the best draft pick ever. The former 6th round back in the 2000 draft by the New England Patriots. Tom Brady beat the odds and became a starter for the Patriots. New England’s starting Quarterback at the time was Drew Bledsoe. Bledsoe got injured during a game back in 2001 and Tom Brady became the starter. We all know what happened after that. Brady turns 40 in August and is still playing at a high level.


Tom Brady holding Super Bowl 49 trophy

Tom Brady has played in six super bowls and has won four of them. Would have won all six games if it was not for incredible catches by the New York Giants players in each super bowl lost. The most recent super bowl win was in the 2014 season against the Seattle Seahawks. Brady won his first three super bowls he played in but had lost his previous two super bowls; both to Eli Manning and the New York Giants.

New England Patriots has been dominating their division since Tom Brady took the starting Quarterback job. Brady has played in 264 career game and has won 201; which is the all-time record for most wins as a Quarterback. Tom Brady has won 14 division titles since 2001. That is an NFL record for any starting Quarterback.


This weekend, the New England Patriots will be playing the Pittsburgh Steelers for the AFC Championship game. Winner of the game advances to the super bowl to play either the Atlanta Falcons or Green Bay Packers. Tom Brady is looking to become the only Quarterback in NFL history to win five super bowls and will be starting in his 7th super bowl with a victory over Pittsburgh Steelers.


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