A bold proclamation indeed, but true? I believe so.
Now understand, Tom Brady will likely go down as one of top-5 quarterbacks of all-time and is a surefire Hall of Famer. Donovan McNabb is on the outside looking in at Canton.
Numbers-wise, Brady currently has over 45,000 yards passing, 337 touchdowns, and is still going strong. McNabb hasn’t compiled nearly that number of yards or touchdowns, retiring with 37,276 yards and 234 touchdowns. When it comes to making plays, however, the Syracuse alumnus beats the Michigan man.
I know what you’re thinking: “what are you on and where can I get some?” Surprisingly, my thought process is actually pretty simple. As Sunday’s Patriots-Jets game proved to me, Tom Brady is just now going through his Donovan McNabb stage. By that, I mean, he is struggling to win games and make plays with no offensive weapons.
Last Sunday, we saw a different Tom Brady. Inaccurate, only mildly effective, getting just enough done to win the game but missing on a lot. He screamed at teammates in frustration and his body language was overtly negative. With no Rob Gronkowski, no Wes Welker, no Aaron Hernandez, and even no …read more