Posted February 17, 2018 08:50:30I first heard of the Patriots quarterback in a tweet that started with a hashtag that said, “Bingo!”
And then I found out who Brady was, too.
I know, I know, it’s obvious: Tom Brady just made the Super Bowl.
And you know what else?
He won it.
And so did every other person who has ever played the game, including Bill Belichick, who, in an era when the Patriots are the most valuable team in the league, is probably the best team owner in the history of sports.
Brady is the most important person to ever play the game.
And when I first learned about the legend, I was stunned.
How did I get to this place?
Well, I got lucky.
Brady was born in Brooklyn in 1952, and the first time he made a professional debut as a starter was as a defensive back for the University of Miami.
He played three years of football at the college level before deciding to try football professionally.
It didn’t take long for him to be drafted in the first round by the New England Patriots.
I remember thinking, I don’t know how that happened, but it’s the most unbelievable thing I’ve ever seen in my life.
It was just unbelievable, and I’m still amazed to this day.
Brad’s rookie season was filled with controversy.
He was suspended by the Patriots for the first four games of the season for failing a drug test.
He missed three games in those games and had a career-low passer rating.
He didn’t play again until the end of the 2008 season, when he played in just four games for the New Orleans Saints, who were the defending Super Bowl champions.
Brittany Fichtner, a writer for Bleacher Report, wrote about Brady’s career and his role in shaping the game in her book, “The Greatest Player in NFL History.”
In the book, Fichtmer wrote, “Brady has been the most influential person in NFL history.”
In her book of the same title, Tom Leykis wrote,”The NFL is one of the most unique organizations in sports history.
From the inception of the league to the pinnacle of its glory days, Tom Brady has been a player who has been instrumental in shaping what the game is and will become.”
I remember talking to Brady and asking him how the NFL’s rules are structured and how the league’s rules have changed over time.
Brady replied, “It’s a different game today.”
I was impressed by Brady’s passion for football and his dedication to improving the game and changing the culture.
He always tried to make his team better.
He wasn’t afraid to speak up if he felt the team needed to improve.
When I interviewed Brady for my book, I told him that the most notable thing about him is that he doesn’t care about the paycheck or the endorsements.
I told Tom Brady that I was surprised to hear that he cares about the money, because I don’st think any player in the world would be willing to sacrifice money for his success.
I thought that was a strange thing for Brady to say.
I think that was one of his greatest traits, Tom.
He never gave up on anything.
He’d never say, “I’ve done something great, I’m done.”
He always had a smile on his face, and he was always humble.
That’s how he was in the locker room, and that’s how the locker rooms of the Superbowl champions were.
He knew he was going to make it to the Superbowl, and it was a privilege to play for him.
And he would always tell me he’d be ready to go in the next game.
In my book “The Super Bowl, Tom, Brady, and a World of Champions,” I wrote about how Brady is one the greatest quarterbacks of all time.
I wrote, Brady is still one of my favorites because he still has a passion for the game of football and for the Patriots.
He’s one of a kind.
Brory was always the best quarterback I’ve seen, and every year he won the MVP award.
He went undefeated for a fourth straight year, and in the Superdome’s record-setting crowd, Brady became the first player to pass for over 1,000 yards in a season since the 2000 Seattle Seahawks’ Randy Moss did it.
The following season, Brady was honored with the MVP, and for a few weeks it looked like he might win it all.
I remember thinking that the last time I saw Brady win an MVP award, it was in 1998, and then I looked back at his career and realized that it was because of Brady that the NFL became a truly elite league.
That’s what makes Tom Brady so special.
He had the ability to create an atmosphere for the players to win and then to play with the best players in the NFL.
He also had