Brady is the NFL’s most dangerous quarterback
Tom Brady has been in the news lately for several things.
One of the things that’s drawn the most attention has been his role in the National Football League, where he was the only quarterback to win the award in each of the past two years.
Since the 2016 season, Brady has thrown for more than 3,000 yards and 22 touchdowns, but has also completed just 54.7 percent of his passes.
That’s not exactly a good combination for a quarterback.
But it’s also not a bad combination for Brady, who is currently the NFL QB of the year.
His performance last season led the league in passing efficiency, which is a metric that measures the percentage of passes thrown to a particular receiver.
Brady also led the NFL in passer rating, a metric which measures the average number of completions a quarterback is given for each pass attempt.
For his career, Brady ranks eighth in passer ratings.
The NFL is also interested in what happens when you combine the two stats: passing efficiency and passer rating.
Brady’s passer rating ranks 10th in the league, but his passer rating is also significantly lower when you take into account the fact that he is only throwing for a measly 1,400 yards.
The stats don’t paint a pretty picture of Brady.
For starters, his rating is lower than that of the NFL leader, Carson Palmer, who has an overall rating of 116.5.
The next closest quarterback is Philip Rivers, who ranks 19th at 92.5 and is second in passing yards per attempt.
Rivers is also just 28 years old, so he’s likely the youngest quarterback in the NFL.
And while his overall rating is the lowest in the game, Brady’s is still a career high.
He’s just a shade below Rivers.
Even though he’s been in this league for longer than most, Brady still has plenty of time to improve his numbers.
Brady is a good player, but he’s not a great player, and he won’t be able to keep up with the quarterbacks who are starting to take the league by storm.
For now, the league is happy to have Brady in the conversation for the quarterback of the future.
He has been a great leader and a great quarterback, and the team that drafts him will be able’t ask for much more.
Tom Brady is only 28 years-old, so the Rams have plenty of young, talented players who will benefit from his experience.
If he can keep up this pace, the Rams should be able pick up a number of draft picks over the next few years.
If Brady can do the same, the team could be in for a really nice haul of picks for a few years to come.