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Tom Brady

Long before he graced the Madden 18 cover, Tom Brady was the forgotten quarterback of the 2000 NFL Draft with six other QBs selected before him. He would turn out to be the biggest draft steal in NFL history as he went from longshot to the greatest QB of all-time.
  • Draft Steal

    Tom Brady was the 199th overall pick. Six other QBs were drafted ahead of him: Chad Pennington (18th), Giovanni Carmazzi (65th), Chris Redman (75th), Tee Martin (163rd), Marc Bulger (168th), and Spergon Wynn (183rd).
  • Consistent Champion

    Brady has never looked back after winning Super Bowl XXXVI his first year as a starting QB. Over his career, Brady has played in seven Super Bowls, winning five of them. Both totals are all-time records for QBs.
  • One for the Ages

    Down 28-3 in Super Bowl LI, Brady led his team to one of the greatest comebacks in sports history. This was the fourth time Brady was awarded Super Bowl MVP. No other player has accomplished that feat.
  • Playoff Prowess

    Brady’s postseason skill isn’t marked by wins alone. Brady has totaled 9,094 passing yards, nearly 2,000 more yards than any other QB. His 63 postseason touchdowns are 18 more than the second place total held by Joe Montana.

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Style of Play

Calculated and Methodical

It’s nearly impossible to shake-up Tom Brady. He goes through his progressions with ease reads coverage at an elite level. His primary receiving targets change constantly based on defensive schemes, making Brady’s offense difficult to predict. If there’s a mismatch in coverage, he will expose it quickly.


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