Tom Brady Just Doesn’t Age

June 30th, 2022

Still going strong.

It is really, really difficult for Joe to wrap his head around this.

By the time August rolls around, Tom Brady will turn 45 and be five years from AARP eligibility. And after last year leading the league in passing and being sharp as a tack in accuracy, it is difficult to see Brady slowing downl.

Yes, at 44.

Last year, only one quarterback had more games of throwing for 65 percent completion percentage than Brady (his New England successor after Cam Newton, oddly enough).

Brady tied with three other quarterbacks for the second-most games (12) connecting over 65 percent. Those quarterbacks were Joe Burrow, Kyler Murray and Dak Prescott.

Enjoy him while it lasts, Bucs fans. Joe has a hunch a Bucs quarterback may never again be this good, whether the guy is 25 or 45.

10 Responses to “Tom Brady Just Doesn’t Age”

  1. Goatfarmer Says:

    I’m willing to bet that the New England rook had a far lower yards per attempt and yards per completion than the GOAT.

    I learn these things from expert farming techniques.

  2. Buczilla Says:

    Before Brady the best quarterback seasons that we had ever had were simply “good” and only Doug Williams managed to do it more than once. Our qb history is woeful as all hell and I’ve been spoiled ever since Brady got here.

  3. Mike C Says:

    Chicago has a pretty bad QB history as well.

  4. Oddball Says:

    You’d think the league MVP might be on that list. Hmmm?

  5. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Didn’t NE play a game with Buffalo where they threw only like 4 times?

    But, yes…..Tom Brady doesn’t age……TBBF certainly does.

  6. Cobraboy Says:

    There is a portrait in Brady’s attic, but instead of being horrifically ugly, it looks like a handsome Mahatma Gandhi in his prime.

  7. Goatfarmer Says:

    Cobra – I’m not thinking Gandhi was ever handsome, even in his prime.

    Although I’m sure that opinion will trigger some snowflake to cry out the insensitivity of that remark.

  8. D-Rome Says:

    One of those games for Mac Jones is when he completed 2 of 3 passes (.667).

  9. Cobraboy Says:

    @Goatfarmer: in the original story, the portrait was about the ugliness of the heart compounded by evil deeds.

    In that regard, Gandhi was a handsome guy… 🙂

  10. FrankieD Says:

    @Goatfarmer- your remarks show your level of understanding (ie none) as cobra boy noted.

    Yeah… funny how the ignorant like to make remarks and then call others names who actually have insight… stick to football and we can be civil… said the snowflake.