The Top Five People Who Deserve Credit for Brady's 50 Touchdown Record.
I'm normally a guy who gives credit where credit is do. I'll normally just let you look dumb if that's what you're doing.
The New England Patriot fans have taken that to a new level, and it must be stopped. I can't stand people who bring up Brady's fifty touchdowns. I just get so mad. They're mostly ignorant ban-wagoners who only pull for a team if they have ten wins, or if they are going to break a record.
Most people forget that Tom Brady is not a quality passer. Granted that he has good accuracy and that he has won more super bowls than any other active quarterback, but that doesn't make him a great Quarterback. There is a reason Colt Brennan didn't win the Heisman. He's a system quarterback, and so was Tom Brady the one time he had decent stats.
Before anyone says "You can say this about every quarterback" Peyton Manning is the best quarterback I've ever seen play. Granted I've only watches since 2000, but you can't argue with stats. Brady has always been average, while Payton has always been near the head of the league for stats. He deserved that record. Tom Brady didn't.
So here it is, the five people who get to say, "I'm why Tom Brady looks so good."
Number 5: Wes Welker
Trapped for years under the rest of the Dolphins wide-outs, you have Wes Welker. How can a player so skilled be trapped, you might ask. Well Wes Welker's biggest negative is his look. He's white. White receivers just aren't common anymore in the NFL, and thus he doesn't look the part. He came to New England and everyone took notice.
Wes Welker had 112 receptions in 2007.
Number 4: Matt Light and the rest of that amazing O-line
On average, Tom Brady was sacked a little more than one time per game. I bet people would still care about David Carr if he hadn't been sacked 1,907 times every year.
Number 3: Bill Belichick
If you can forgive the whole cheating thing for the past four years, Bill Belichick is a Hall Of Fame coach. (I can't)
He gets credit for assembling the team.
Number 2: Josh McDaniels
The offensive coordinator of the team when Brady threw fifty effortless touchdowns.
I can't wait to see what he does for Jay Cutler's stats.
Number 1: Al Davis
What does this old hag have to do with Tom Brady?
It's simple, his lame team over on the west coast made us forget who Randy Moss was. Randy Moss caught twenty-three touchdown's when Brady stole that record.
This may be a low-blow, but I think most everyone could have stole that record if they had this team. This is the most stacked offense I've ever seen. If David Carr was on the same team he could throw fourty touchdowns. I''d hate to see what would happen if Peyton Manning or Drew Brees were catching the snaps for this team.