Tom Brady - Legendary Road to Glory (HD) (by SportsOrigin)
Can you imagine what it must be like to be on the field with this guy? Trying to match his drive and determination? Unreal.
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Fucking this. Best quarterback and teammate in the modern era
Sound the must read alarm, this is a GREAT one.
this shit is gold.
So Brady racks up stats and points. But more importantly, he racks up wins more consistently than any quarterback in modern football history. The pace of victories is absolutely breathtaking.
The only other QB in the discussion among all-time great winners is Otto Graham, the Cleveland Browns Hall of Famer who last played in 1955 and spent only six years in the NFL.
The Patriots are 9-3 in 2012, wrapping up the AFC East with four games to play.
Brady has now led his team to a division title a record 10 times — and he’s done it in just 11 years on the field. The Patriots lost the division to the Jets on a three-way tiebreaker in 2002 and, with Matt Cassel at QB, lost out to the Dolphins on tiebreakers in 2008.
New England is the only team in history to post the best record in their division 12 straight seasons.
Brady has the Patriots in the Super Bowl discussion this year despite being paired with a defense that is merely average on a good day (No. 14 in scoring defense in 2012). It certainly forces plenty of turnovers. But it’s still a porous unit compared with the defenses on other elite NFL teams.
In fact, it’s been a long time since New England fielded a very good defense, let alone an elite defense. New England last true Super Bowl-caliber defense was back in 2006.
Regardless, the wins keep coming, including here in 2012.
The Patriots prepare to host the Texans Monday night after winning six straight games.
During the streak, Brady passed a stunning milestone that puts his career in context: he’s now the first and only quarterback in NFL history to win 100 more games than he’s lost.
Brady is 133-38 in the regular season and 16-6 in the postseason, tying Joe Montana for the most playoff wins. With a combined record of 149-44, he boasts 105 more wins than losses.
No quarterback is even close. Here’s a look at how Brady’s wins and losses compare to those of the other quarterbacks on the all-time win list (records include postseason; ties not included):
• Tom Brady — 149-44 (+105 wins)
• Joe Montana — 133-54 (+79)
• Peyton Manning — 159-80 (+79)
• Brett Favre — 199-123 (+76)
• John Elway — 162-90 (+72)
• Terry Bradshaw — 121-55 (+66)
• Johnny Unitas — 124-67 (+57)
• Dan Marino — 155-103 (+52)
• Frank Tarkenton — 130-114 (+16)
Torrey Smith’s brother died late last night.
The ravens lost an emotional game last week
They lost an emotional afc championship last year
The Pats don’t have Hernandez
Bernard Pollard is on the Field
Color me concerned about this game.
But I will say…If, gun to my head, I had to win this game, I wouldn’t want any other team on my side.>>
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How do you not get fired up by watching this!?