The blood of defensive coordinators in the NFL went cold when Tom Brady uttered these words

Apr 18, 2024

Tom Brady is not only the greatest NFL quarterback of all time, but he also has a history of making tremendous comebacks.

And his ability to bring his team back from a certain defeat is what drove NFL defensive coordinators nuts.

And the blood of many NFL coaches ran cold when Tom Brady uttered these words.

Tom Brady is the G.O.A.T

Love him or hate him, there hasn’t been a more dominant man in the NFL in recent memory than Tom Brady.

The quarterback always looked like the best player in the League but he had the drive to always find a way to win games for his team.

Just the fact that Tom Brady leads the NFL in the most comeback drives in NFL history, 46 game winning drives, is enough of a statistic to cause opposing defensive coordinators to have sleepless nights.

But if you need proof why he is the real Greatest Of All Time quarterback in NFL history, just take a deep dive into his stats.

Tom Brady holds the most wins in both the regular and postseason compared to any other quarterback in NFL history with 251 regular season wins and 35 dubs in the postseason.

And seven of those postseason wins resulted in Super Bowl rings.

If you were to compare Tom Brady’s Super Bowl success against NFL franchises, his seven rings would put him as the number one franchise in Super Bowl victories.

In passing yards, Tom Brady is first in NFL’s history with over 89,000 passing yards.

Tom has the most passing touchdowns in the history of the NFL with 649 under his belt.

That is ten times more touchdowns than the whole Miami Dolphins team had during the 2023 season as they led the League with 61 touchdowns.

There just never has been such a dominant quarterback in the history of the NFL like Tom Brady.

So, when Tom retired after the 2022 season, every defensive coordinator in the League breathed a sigh of relief.

For the first time in their career, there wasn’t a quarterback named Tom decimating the League on a weekly basis.

But coaches shouldn’t be celebrating too soon as the future hall-of-fame quarterback put the League on check that he may be making a comeback.

Brady coming back?

Tom Brady appeared on the podcast DeepCuts with VicBlends last week and he was asked if he would ever come back into the NFL if the right team gave him a call.

And Tom’s response shocked the NFL.

He started by saying “I’m not opposed to it.”

Tom continued by adding, “I don’t know if they’re gonna let me, if I become an owner of an NFL team, but I don’t know if — I don’t know, I’m always gonna be in good shape, (I’ll) always be able to throw the ball. So to come in for a little bit, like M.J. coming back? I don’t know if they’d let me, but I wouldn’t be opposed to it.”

Can you imagine the NFL’s reaction if Brady came back?

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