A look at Tom Brady's career...so far

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    http://www.patriots.com/team/index.cfm?ac=playerbio&bio=566

    Read the 1st few paragraphs. Then re-evaluate our team heading into 2010.
     
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    Just reading the stats only confirms how lucky we Pat fans are to have Tom as the QB! It will be a sad day when he is no longer playing.
     
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    That pic should be called "A look at Tom Brady's favorite rear..."
     
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      Brady enters 2009 with a record of 101-27 (.789) in regular-season and playoff games. It is the best record of any NFL quarterback in the Super Bowl Era (since 1966) with at least 100 starts.

    ·  Brady enters 2009 with a 14-3 (.824) playoff record, the second best in NFL history behind Bart Starr (9-1, .900).

    ·  His 14 total playoff wins are tied for the second most in NFL history behind Joe Montana (16).

    ·  Entering 2009, Brady has thrown 2.29 times more touchdowns than interceptions. His touchdown-tointerception ratio is the best in NFL history among all players with 2,000 or more passing attempts. Steve Young ranks second in NFL history with a 2.17 touchdown-tointerception ratio.

    ·  In 2007, Brady was named the NFL's Most Valuable Player, setting all-time NFL records for most touchdown passes in a season (50), highest touchdown-interception differential (+42), most games with three or more touchdown passes (12), most touchdown passes in a month (20 in October 2007), and highest completion percentage in a game (92.9 percent on Jan. 12, 2008). Brady's 117.2 passer rating in 2007 was the second highest of all-time, while his 4,806 passing yards were the third highest single-season total in league history.

    ·  H In addition to the NFL records Brady set in 2007, he also set Patriots franchise records for highest completion percentage in a season (68.9 percent), most passing yards in a season (4,806), highest passer rating in a season (117.2), highest passer rating in a game (158.3 on Oct. 21, 2007), lowest interception percentage in a season (1.4 percent) and most touchdown passes in a game (6 on Oct. 21, 2007).

    ·  In 2007, Brady contributed to the Patriots' establishment of several NFL single-season team records, including most points scored in a season (589), largest point differential in a season (+315) and most touchdowns in a season (75). The Patriots became the first team in NFL history to complete a 16-0 regular season and tied the league's single-season mark with 18 overall victories.

    ·  Brady and receiver Randy Moss set an NFL single-season record in 2007 for most touchdown passes between a passer and a receiver (23), with Moss's 23 touchdown catches also setting a league record.

    ·  Brady enters 2009 as the Patriots' all-time leader in career touchdown passes (197), completion percentage (63.0 percent) and passer rating (92.9). He ranks second in completions (2,301) and third in yards (26,446). ·  Brady won 76 of his first 100 regular-season starts, tying Roger Staubach's mark for most victories by a quarterback in his first 100 starts during the Super Bowl Era (since 1966).

    ·  Brady is the only quarterback in NFL history to start and win three Super Bowls before his 28th birthday, having quarterbacked the Patriots to victories in Super Bowl XXXVI when he was 24 years old, Super Bowl XXXVIII (26) and Super Bowl XXXIX (27).

    ·  Brady is the fourth quarterback in NFL history to lead his team to three or more Super Bowl wins, joining Terry Bradshaw (4), Joe Montana (4) and Troy Aikman (3).

    ·  Brady owns two Pete Rozelle Awards as Super Bowl MVP (XXXVI and XXXVIII). He is just the fourth player in Super Bowl history to earn multiple MVP awards, joining Joe Montana, Terry Bradshaw and Bart Starr, all three of whom are enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

    ·  Brady enters 2009 with a 30-6 record in games where the final margin was less than a touchdown.

    ·  From 2001-08, Brady started 128 consecutive regularseason and playoff games for the Patriots, good for the the third longest all-time streak for a quarterback (trailing only streaks by Brett Favre and Peyton Manning).

    ·  Brady enters 2009 as the NFL's all-time leader in overtime wins without a defeat, recording a perfect 7-0 mark in overtime in his career. Terry Bradshaw is the only other quarterback to be undefeated in at least five overtime games, posting a 5-0 record.

    ·  Brady has orchestrated 28 game-winning drives to break a tie or take the lead in the fourth quarter or overtime. Six of his game-winning efforts have come in the postseason, where he has played in 17 games.

    ·  Brady led a game-winning drive to break a tie or take the lead in the fourth quarter of each of the Patriots' three Super Bowl victories, becoming the only quarterback in NFL history to lead three such game-winning drives in the Super Bowl.
     
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    ·   Brady enters 2009 with a record of 101-27 (.789) in regular-season and playoff games. It is the best record of any NFL quarterback in the Super Bowl Era (since 1966) with at least 100 starts. ·   Brady enters 2009 with a 14-3 (.824) playoff record, the second best in NFL history behind Bart Starr (9-1, .900). ·   His 14 total playoff wins are tied for the second most in NFL history behind Joe Montana (16). ·   Entering 2009, Brady has thrown 2.29 times more touchdowns than interceptions. His touchdown-tointerception ratio is the best in NFL history among all players with 2,000 or more passing attempts. Steve Young ranks second in NFL history with a 2.17 touchdown-tointerception ratio. ·   In 2007, Brady was named the NFL's Most Valuable Player, setting all-time NFL records for most touchdown passes in a season (50), highest touchdown-interception differential (+42), most games with three or more touchdown passes (12), most touchdown passes in a month (20 in October 2007), and highest completion percentage in a game (92.9 percent on Jan. 12, 2008). Brady's 117.2 passer rating in 2007 was the second highest of all-time, while his 4,806 passing yards were the third highest single-season total in league history. ·   H In addition to the NFL records Brady set in 2007, he also set Patriots franchise records for highest completion percentage in a season (68.9 percent), most passing yards in a season (4,806), highest passer rating in a season (117.2), highest passer rating in a game (158.3 on Oct. 21, 2007), lowest interception percentage in a season (1.4 percent) and most touchdown passes in a game (6 on Oct. 21, 2007). ·   In 2007, Brady contributed to the Patriots' establishment of several NFL single-season team records, including most points scored in a season (589), largest point differential in a season (+315) and most touchdowns in a season (75). The Patriots became the first team in NFL history to complete a 16-0 regular season and tied the league's single-season mark with 18 overall victories. ·   Brady and receiver Randy Moss set an NFL single-season record in 2007 for most touchdown passes between a passer and a receiver (23), with Moss's 23 touchdown catches also setting a league record. ·   Brady enters 2009 as the Patriots' all-time leader in career touchdown passes (197), completion percentage (63.0 percent) and passer rating (92.9). He ranks second in completions (2,301) and third in yards (26,446). ·   Brady won 76 of his first 100 regular-season starts, tying Roger Staubach's mark for most victories by a quarterback in his first 100 starts during the Super Bowl Era (since 1966). ·   Brady is the only quarterback in NFL history to start and win three Super Bowls before his 28th birthday, having quarterbacked the Patriots to victories in Super Bowl XXXVI when he was 24 years old, Super Bowl XXXVIII (26) and Super Bowl XXXIX (27). ·   Brady is the fourth quarterback in NFL history to lead his team to three or more Super Bowl wins, joining Terry Bradshaw (4), Joe Montana (4) and Troy Aikman (3). ·   Brady owns two Pete Rozelle Awards as Super Bowl MVP (XXXVI and XXXVIII). He is just the fourth player in Super Bowl history to earn multiple MVP awards, joining Joe Montana, Terry Bradshaw and Bart Starr, all three of whom are enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. ·   Brady enters 2009 with a 30-6 record in games where the final margin was less than a touchdown. ·   From 2001-08, Brady started 128 consecutive regularseason and playoff games for the Patriots, good for the the third longest all-time streak for a quarterback (trailing only streaks by Brett Favre and Peyton Manning). ·   Brady enters 2009 as the NFL's all-time leader in overtime wins without a defeat, recording a perfect 7-0 mark in overtime in his career. Terry Bradshaw is the only other quarterback to be undefeated in at least five overtime games, posting a 5-0 record. ·   Brady has orchestrated 28 game-winning drives to break a tie or take the lead in the fourth quarter or overtime. Six of his game-winning efforts have come in the postseason, where he has played in 17 games. ·   Brady led a game-winning drive to break a tie or take the lead in the fourth quarter of each of the Patriots' three Super Bowl victories, becoming the only quarterback in NFL history to lead three such game-winning drives in the Super Bowl.
    Posted by shenanigan
    ....a great career, no doubt. Thank Mo Lewis for knocking Bledsoe out of the game and getting Brady in.
     
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    So what do his stats look like after the 2009 season?

     
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    ·   Brady enters 2009 with a record of 101-27 (.789) in regular-season and playoff games. It is the best record of any NFL quarterback in the Super Bowl Era (since 1966) with at least 100 starts. ·   Brady enters 2009 with a 14-3 (.824) playoff record, the second best in NFL history behind Bart Starr (9-1, .900). ·   His 14 total playoff wins are tied for the second most in NFL history behind Joe Montana (16). ·   Entering 2009, Brady has thrown 2.29 times more touchdowns than interceptions. His touchdown-tointerception ratio is the best in NFL history among all players with 2,000 or more passing attempts. Steve Young ranks second in NFL history with a 2.17 touchdown-tointerception ratio. ·   In 2007, Brady was named the NFL's Most Valuable Player, setting all-time NFL records for most touchdown passes in a season (50), highest touchdown-interception differential (+42), most games with three or more touchdown passes (12), most touchdown passes in a month (20 in October 2007), and highest completion percentage in a game (92.9 percent on Jan. 12, 2008). Brady's 117.2 passer rating in 2007 was the second highest of all-time, while his 4,806 passing yards were the third highest single-season total in league history. ·   H In addition to the NFL records Brady set in 2007, he also set Patriots franchise records for highest completion percentage in a season (68.9 percent), most passing yards in a season (4,806), highest passer rating in a season (117.2), highest passer rating in a game (158.3 on Oct. 21, 2007), lowest interception percentage in a season (1.4 percent) and most touchdown passes in a game (6 on Oct. 21, 2007). ·   In 2007, Brady contributed to the Patriots' establishment of several NFL single-season team records, including most points scored in a season (589), largest point differential in a season (+315) and most touchdowns in a season (75). The Patriots became the first team in NFL history to complete a 16-0 regular season and tied the league's single-season mark with 18 overall victories. ·   Brady and receiver Randy Moss set an NFL single-season record in 2007 for most touchdown passes between a passer and a receiver (23), with Moss's 23 touchdown catches also setting a league record. ·   Brady enters 2009 as the Patriots' all-time leader in career touchdown passes (197), completion percentage (63.0 percent) and passer rating (92.9). He ranks second in completions (2,301) and third in yards (26,446). ·   Brady won 76 of his first 100 regular-season starts, tying Roger Staubach's mark for most victories by a quarterback in his first 100 starts during the Super Bowl Era (since 1966). ·   Brady is the only quarterback in NFL history to start and win three Super Bowls before his 28th birthday, having quarterbacked the Patriots to victories in Super Bowl XXXVI when he was 24 years old, Super Bowl XXXVIII (26) and Super Bowl XXXIX (27). ·   Brady is the fourth quarterback in NFL history to lead his team to three or more Super Bowl wins, joining Terry Bradshaw (4), Joe Montana (4) and Troy Aikman (3). ·   Brady owns two Pete Rozelle Awards as Super Bowl MVP (XXXVI and XXXVIII). He is just the fourth player in Super Bowl history to earn multiple MVP awards, joining Joe Montana, Terry Bradshaw and Bart Starr, all three of whom are enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. ·   Brady enters 2009 with a 30-6 record in games where the final margin was less than a touchdown. ·   From 2001-08, Brady started 128 consecutive regularseason and playoff games for the Patriots, good for the the third longest all-time streak for a quarterback (trailing only streaks by Brett Favre and Peyton Manning). ·   Brady enters 2009 as the NFL's all-time leader in overtime wins without a defeat, recording a perfect 7-0 mark in overtime in his career. Terry Bradshaw is the only other quarterback to be undefeated in at least five overtime games, posting a 5-0 record. ·   Brady has orchestrated 28 game-winning drives to break a tie or take the lead in the fourth quarter or overtime. Six of his game-winning efforts have come in the postseason, where he has played in 17 games. ·   Brady led a game-winning drive to break a tie or take the lead in the fourth quarter of each of the Patriots' three Super Bowl victories, becoming the only quarterback in NFL history to lead three such game-winning drives in the Super Bowl.
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    Hey Shenanigan!   Wonder what doggie-do says about these FACTS???? 
     
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    In Response to Re: A look at Tom Brady's career...so far : And people think Peyton Manning is better?  Imagine if Brady had a loaded group of weapons and one Off Coordinator for his whole career? Or, if he had played in the pre cap era like a Staubach or Montana? Err, umm, how is he not considered right there with Montana right now? He is.
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    Or if he played half his games on carpet like horse-face does?
     
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    ·   Brady enters 2009 with a record of 101-27 (.789) in regular-season and playoff games. It is the best record of any NFL quarterback in the Super Bowl Era (since 1966) with at least 100 starts. ·   Brady enters 2009 with a 14-3 (.824) playoff record, the second best in NFL history behind Bart Starr (9-1, .900). ·   His 14 total playoff wins are tied for the second most in NFL history behind Joe Montana (16). ·   Entering 2009, Brady has thrown 2.29 times more touchdowns than interceptions. His touchdown-tointerception ratio is the best in NFL history among all players with 2,000 or more passing attempts. Steve Young ranks second in NFL history with a 2.17 touchdown-tointerception ratio. ·   In 2007, Brady was named the NFL's Most Valuable Player, setting all-time NFL records for most touchdown passes in a season (50), highest touchdown-interception differential (+42), most games with three or more touchdown passes (12), most touchdown passes in a month (20 in October 2007), and highest completion percentage in a game (92.9 percent on Jan. 12, 2008). Brady's 117.2 passer rating in 2007 was the second highest of all-time, while his 4,806 passing yards were the third highest single-season total in league history. ·   H In addition to the NFL records Brady set in 2007, he also set Patriots franchise records for highest completion percentage in a season (68.9 percent), most passing yards in a season (4,806), highest passer rating in a season (117.2), highest passer rating in a game (158.3 on Oct. 21, 2007), lowest interception percentage in a season (1.4 percent) and most touchdown passes in a game (6 on Oct. 21, 2007). ·   In 2007, Brady contributed to the Patriots' establishment of several NFL single-season team records, including most points scored in a season (589), largest point differential in a season (+315) and most touchdowns in a season (75). The Patriots became the first team in NFL history to complete a 16-0 regular season and tied the league's single-season mark with 18 overall victories. ·   Brady and receiver Randy Moss set an NFL single-season record in 2007 for most touchdown passes between a passer and a receiver (23), with Moss's 23 touchdown catches also setting a league record. ·   Brady enters 2009 as the Patriots' all-time leader in career touchdown passes (197), completion percentage (63.0 percent) and passer rating (92.9). He ranks second in completions (2,301) and third in yards (26,446). ·   Brady won 76 of his first 100 regular-season starts, tying Roger Staubach's mark for most victories by a quarterback in his first 100 starts during the Super Bowl Era (since 1966). ·   Brady is the only quarterback in NFL history to start and win three Super Bowls before his 28th birthday, having quarterbacked the Patriots to victories in Super Bowl XXXVI when he was 24 years old, Super Bowl XXXVIII (26) and Super Bowl XXXIX (27). ·   Brady is the fourth quarterback in NFL history to lead his team to three or more Super Bowl wins, joining Terry Bradshaw (4), Joe Montana (4) and Troy Aikman (3). ·   Brady owns two Pete Rozelle Awards as Super Bowl MVP (XXXVI and XXXVIII). He is just the fourth player in Super Bowl history to earn multiple MVP awards, joining Joe Montana, Terry Bradshaw and Bart Starr, all three of whom are enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. ·   Brady enters 2009 with a 30-6 record in games where the final margin was less than a touchdown. ·   From 2001-08, Brady started 128 consecutive regularseason and playoff games for the Patriots, good for the the third longest all-time streak for a quarterback (trailing only streaks by Brett Favre and Peyton Manning). ·   Brady enters 2009 as the NFL's all-time leader in overtime wins without a defeat, recording a perfect 7-0 mark in overtime in his career. Terry Bradshaw is the only other quarterback to be undefeated in at least five overtime games, posting a 5-0 record. ·   Brady has orchestrated 28 game-winning drives to break a tie or take the lead in the fourth quarter or overtime. Six of his game-winning efforts have come in the postseason, where he has played in 17 games. ·   Brady led a game-winning drive to break a tie or take the lead in the fourth quarter of each of the Patriots' three Super Bowl victories, becoming the only quarterback in NFL history to lead three such game-winning drives in the Super Bowl.
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    Nice work
     
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    Obviously Tom needs some cash to buy new clothes for his wife!
     
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    All done without the benefit of a domed stadium for half his games and playing in the elements most games.  Imagine if 2008 didn't happen?
     
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    All done without the benefit of a domed stadium for half his games and playing in the elements most games.  Imagine if 2008 didn't happen?
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    We can only imagine but with one of the weakest schedules in free agency era and a 2nd year with Moss/ Welker a year younger then 2009...it is a safe bet he would have added significantly to what is already tops in the NFL record books.

    Love it when people try and label Brady a system QB. It is comical.
     

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