Tom Brady will add several touchdowns to his NFL career this Sunday on the field that saw him become the greatest player of all time.
As the head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, he will make his first visit to Gillette Stadium, where he will face the New England Patriots for the first time in his career.
There is no way to describe Tom Brady’s legacy without mentioning the Patriots.
the team in which he spent 20 years and helped transform into one of the sport’s most powerful franchises, winning six championships and several awards over the years.
Following his selection in the sixth round of the 2000 draught.
he assumed the role of titular in Week 2 of the 2001-02 season, establishing a nearly unrivaled dominion.
Not only did he win six championships with the team, but he also led New England to a record-tying eighth Super Bowl.
As a Patriots quarterback, he holds the record for most statistical categories, with 74.471 yards, 541 catches, and 179 interceptions, as well as a star rating of 97.
To assess the impact of Tom Brady’s career with the New England Patriots.
it’s important to remember that the team had only won.
the divisional championship five times prior to his arrival, and had done so 17 times throughout the course of his two decades with the organization.
So Los Patriots went from never having seen the Super Bowl to being tied for third place in history for most championships won.
despite playing against traditionally dominating teams like the Pittsburgh Steelers and New York Giants.
It’s difficult to think of the New England Patriots without picturing Tom Brady, and there’s no way his image will fade for the rest of his
career, as he’s not only the most successful and dominant quarterback in history but also the man responsible for putting the Patriots in a position of prominence.