Love him or hate him, you have Tom Brady to thank.

what did he do to Tom Brady be Tom Brady? The difference between “TB12” and any of the other great quarterbacks and players in NFL history is his ultra-competitive nature and insatiable desire to achieve what no one else has ever achieved.

Teddy Bruschi, the former linebacker for the New England Patriots and longtime teammate of Brady’s, sums it up perfectly with this anecdote:

On February 6, 2005, minutes after defeating the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl XXXIX and confetti still flying over the Jaguars’ stadium in Jacksonville, Tom Brady approached Bruschi and kicker Adam Vinatieri to tell them : “You know? No one has ever won three in a row.”

The Patriots were two-time NFL champions and Brady was already thinking about the third title in a rowsomething that, by the way, not even he could achieve.

Does matters! either way Brady will be remembered as the “GOAT”, read the Greatest of All Time. And that is not up for debate.

Brady is the only player in NFL history with seven rings. of champion. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

Also he is the all-time leader in passing yards (89,214) and touchdowns (649). He is the only player to have won more than five Super Bowls and has been the game’s MVP five times. He holds the records for most regular-season wins (251), Super Bowl appearances (10), playoff games and wins (48-35), as well as postseason yards (13,400) and touchdown passes (88).

His legacy corresponds to two or three careers meetings of any Hall of Famer.

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Joe Montana, for example, won four Super Bowls with the San Francisco 49ers. in the 80’s; Peyton Manning was champion only twice, once with the Indianapolis Colts and one more with the Denver Broncos, and John Elway, after three losses in the big game, was able to end his career with a couple of titles with the Broncos.

We talk about the cream of the crop at the quarterback position and Brady is head and shoulders above all of them.

For me (and for many of you too), Montana is the best quarterback of all time., but it’s a matter of taste, because I know perfectly well that the greatest to have ever set foot on a field in the NFL is called Tom Brady. Spot.

And I feel strange with the simple fact of thinking that from this moment we have started the “Post-Brady era”.

His haters must be celebratingbut even they will miss him, perhaps more than those of us who admire him.

The controversy will also remain there forever for the sterile debates: that the spygates, the deflated balloons and even his divorce from Gisele Bündchen will surely be reasons to criticize him. What lazy.

Brady is the great competitor who set a new standard; obsessed with always winning everything, like Michael Jordan, Muhammad Ali (the “GOAT” thing was born with him), Tiger Woods, Pelé, etc.

So, if you saw him play, win, lose and lift Vince Lombardi seven timesthen you are privileged.

For all the rings. For all the touchdowns. For all the memories. Thanks tom.

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