Tom Brady: Why Brady Will Have Best Season Yet in 2011
While The 2011 Season Is Up In The Air, Tom Brady Is Poised To Be At His Best
Before fans go spouting off about how Tom Brady will not throw for 50 TDs or for 4800 yards, like he did in 2007, hear me out. Yes, he was the MVP in 2007 with mind blowing numbers, but did his team win a Super Bowl? No.
Heading into the 2011 season Tom Brady is going to be at his best. No he won't have Randy Moss, but he does have Deion Branch, and Brady's chemistry with Branch is not in question. He also has Wes Welker and the dynamic duo at tight end. There is the kicker. Aaron Hernandez and Rob Gronkowski had amazing years , least year, and that was their rookie season! So imagine how much better these two are going to be? Brady will have these two shining in 2011. He had timing issues in several moments with the young studs, but another season will heal those wounds.
Another reason I feel the Patriots will do fine is their backfield. Benjarvus Green-Ellis and Danny Woodhead are getting more experienced and better each time they touch the ball. The team also added Shane Vareen from Cal. This running game will take some of the pressure off the passing game.
Lastly, the first round pick of Nate Solder has to be a positive. Solder will be plugged into the line and if he doesn't start at left tackle immediately, he will be groomed to become the franchise left tackle for years to come. Solder adds a young solid piece to the veteran o-line.
Take all these ideas, combine them with a talented young defense, and the Patriots have a great shot at winning the Super Bowl. Brady will lead this team yet again, and although his numbers might not be as inflated as 2007 were, I expect them to very high. The Patriots are my favorite to win it all this year. Throw in Brady's high projected stats and you have his best season to date.
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