With his win Sunday against the Houston Texans, he broke the record for all-time playoff wins, previously held by Joe Montana. He now holds a ridiculous 17-6 record in his 23 postseason starts. His first appearance dates back all the way to 2001, the first time he was the main starter for the Patriots.
His numbers have been equally mesmerizing during his thirteen-year career. Holding a lifetime 96.6 quarterback rating, he has also passed for 44, 806 yards and 334 touchdowns. His touchdown number puts him at No. 5 on the all-time list, and he doesn’t show any sign of letting up, despite his age of 35.
Brady has simply widened eyes since he entered the NFL. And he continues to do so as he chases yet another Super Bowl win.
He has the touchdowns. He has the wins. He has success in every category. No defense can seem to slow him, let alone contain him. The man is a winner.
By no means is he my favorite quarterback. That doesn’t matter.
What does matter, is that he will always be remembered as one of the greatest to play the game.
One of the greatest for certain. Is he the best?
Like I said, the answer is subjective. But he definitely makes a case for it.