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Tom Brady is the GOAT, Debate Over

Down 28-3 with less than three minutes to go in the third quarter, Tom Brady was beginning to look of age for once, as the Patriots sputtered through the first three quarters of Super Bowl LI.

The Falcons had proved to be a dominant force all game, on both sides of the ball. The Atlanta defense harassed Brady majority of the night as he found himself in the dirt five times. On the offense side of the ball, the Dirty Birds were clicking on all cylinders as the New England defense resembled that of Swiss cheese at times.  

But, let’s be real. What obstacle has ever been too big for Brady?

 

Roughly 20 minutes later, following 31 unanswered points and the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history, Brady and the Patriots found themselves lifting the Lombardi trophy once again, as the confetti fell from the heavens of NRG Stadium in Houston. 

A 34-28 overtime victory in Super Bowl LI does more than add another ring to the fingers of Brady. With this victory, it becomes a little easier to close the debate on who the greatest quarterback of all-time is.

The sheer will-power and grit Brady displayed in the waning moments of Super Bowl LI were not only admirable, but define the origin and overall legacy of his illustrious career. From being drafted in the sixth round in 2000, to overcoming odds and winning his first Super Bowl in 2002, to trouncing this year’s suspension and crowning himself king of the football world in Houston, Brady has been a conqueror of overwhelming odds throughout his football career. And the grit, self-determination and passion he wears on his shoulder at all times, has propelled him through the ups and downs of a Hall of Fame career.    

Consequently, with a fifth Super Bowl victory, Brady has damn near cemented himself into the heralded No. 1 spot. In other words, the debate is over.

I mean c’mon, let’s look at the track record.

Last night alone, Brady roughly broke or set four significant Super Bowl records:

  1. Most Super Bowl victories with five, was previously tied with Montana and Bradshaw at four

  2. Engineered the largest comeback in Super Bowl History, 25-point deficit

  3. Breaks record for most passing yards in a Super Bowl game (466)

  4. Breaks record for most completions in a Super Bowl game (43)

And if that wasn’t enough for you, let’s take some time to look over Brady’s career ventures:

  • 61,582 yards passing (4th all-time), 456 passing touchdowns (4th all-time) , 63.8 completion percentage, career QBR of 97.2, and 183 regular season victories (3rd all-time)

  • Two-time NFL MVP and NFL Offensive Player of the Year (’07 &’10)

  • 12-time Pro-Bowler

  • As the starter in New England, Brady has led the Patriots to 12 AFC East division titles

 

Career numbers are great and we all love to romanticize over stats. However, my question is who can get it done when it really counts?

Guess what? Tom can.

Let’s take a look into Brady’s career postseason production alone –where championships are won.

 

Brady in the Postseason

  • Brady holds a postseason record of 25-9, in which he holds 9 more wins than the second place finisher Joe Montana (16-7)

  •  Brady holds the record for most touchdown passes in playoff history with 61. The same can be said for the Super Bowl as well, as Brady has thrown for a record-setting 15 touchdown passes on the game’s biggest stage

  • Tied with Montana for the most Super Bowl MVP awards with 3

  • Has been the conductor of ten game-winning postseason drives

 

To be as cliché as possible, the proof is in the pudding. Brady’s resume not only says all-time great, but screams greatest of all-time.

If last night didn’t close the case on this discussion, I don’t know what will.

 

-Andre LaVista Toran

 

 

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