Tom Brady has been arguably the greatest quarterback in the 100-year history of the National Football League.
This can be attributed to his competitiveness, which was evidently on display in the fourth quarter of a New England Patriots’ demolition of the New York Jets. Brady doesn’t indulge in plays off, even he is not dropping a pass.
Tom Brady is not only the greatest quarterback to ever play the game, but he is also likewise one of the most competitive athletes to ever play a professional sport.
At 42 years of age, Brady is yet going as solid as ever. He had three – hundred yards passing and two TDs Sunday against the New York Jets before being pulled from the blowout.
The Patriots quarterback put a stop on Jets safety Jamal Adams after a mistake of a play to wide receiver Philip Dorsett. While the execution wasn’t very bad — especially for a 42-year-old quarterback — it was an easily avoidable risk to take in a game that was already in the favor of his team.
Brady’s block wasn’t too good and he had every right to not keep himself in the play, but that mentality is not like the Brady we have seen or known. It got the fans talking as well. Here are the top reactions:
A retired player quipped, “People wonder why @Patriots are always in the conversation…They just ran a reverse and Tom Brady throws a cut block at 42 years old. Wild.”
Another user wrote, “Lmao Brady if u don’t stop this😂 we 3 games into the season don’t start this.”
One fan joked with a popular gif, “Me watching Tom Brady block in a DESIGNED PLAY during a 30-7 blowout. ”
To be fair if your team is 3-0 and doesn’t have anything much to be concerned about any of the three games, these are the narratives fans hold onto. So on we move.