Tom Brady might already be the GOAT of actual football, but an anonymous NFL coach did not have the best things to say about him.
The anonymous coach said Brady doesn’t “elevate” the players around him better than Aaron Rodgers.
“(Tom) Brady has the more decorated career with 10 Super Bowls and seven rings, but I will say this,” an offensive coach said. “Aaron Rodgers has helped elevate every player on that offense.
“Brady with N’Keal Harry did not elevate his game. Aaron has had Davante Adams, but he is still waiting for a first-round receiver, they have not had great receivers overall and he is still putting up major numbers.”
The coach, for whatever reason, decided to use N’Keal Harry as an example.
To say Brady doesn’t elevate players around him is simply comical. Guys like Julian Edelman or Danny Amendola would not have had the standout careers they had without Tom Brady behind center.
Brady enters the 2022 season with 97,569 career passing yards and is poised to surpass 100,000 career passing yards when you combine the regular season and playoffs.
If he averages 313 yards a game this year, which he did in 2021, he’ll top 100,000 yards around their Week 8 game, which is a Thursday night home game against the Baltimore Ravens on October 27.