Following a disappointing end to the Patriots’ season last season, Tom Brady and the Patriots have revamped their roster and are beginning the process of get yourself ready for another season. Tom Brady (turning 37 in August) remains considered one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL, but many people question how several years he has left in him. Is his storied career really almost over?
It can be argued that Tom Brady is one of the smartest QBs in the game. He is able to adjust to the defense after the ball is snapped, and he always generally seems to know where his receivers are, if they’re running their route perfectly. Tom Brady could be getting older, but his stats have not indicated any kind of aging enough to hint that retirement is near.
To be able to determine if his small stats decline should be considered a sign for New England, you need to look at his offense. If you were to think about it, the Patriots’running game has greatly increased in the last two years that may lower the quantity of times Brady has to throw in a game. Last season ought to be a sign of why Brady features a longer time left in the NFL than is talked about. Together with his favorite tight end (Gronkowski) out for a lot of the season- surprise, surprise- Brady’s top receivers (Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola), have been both undrafted, were forced to replace the likes of Wes Welker. Not only did Brady have Edelman and Amendola as his top targets, but he also had two rookies have been his next favorite targets (Aaron Dobson and Kenbrell Thompkins). With this type of small offense and a lot of injuries on defense to avoid top-notch backup, Tom Brady somehow carried the New England Patriots to the AFC Championships against the Broncos.
In my opinion, Tom Brady’s career is far from over. Brady can take New England to more playoff games, and maybe even a Super