Tom Brady is still the greatest NFL quarterback of all time

Tom Brady, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
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As if it wasn’t still obvious, Tom Brady has not fallen off the face of the planet, and he remains far away from being unseated as the GOAT.

The entire NFL world has awaited Tom Brady’s decline for the better part of his 20-year career. Every single year, the same storyline from the talking heads persists: “Tom Brady can’t maintain this level of play. Brady is too old to fit this offense. Brady would be nothing without Belichick.” At what point will everyone just sit back and appreciate the greatest quarterback in the history of the league?

Even after the week one loss versus the Saints, the entire NFL world was ready to label Brady finished. The Belichick 1 Brady 0 tweets swelled in popularity during the day, and some ESPN personalities took a victory lap after seemingly stat watching for the duration of the contest.

Hilariously enough, the haters have grown very quiet. Perhaps it was a little too soon to rule out the oldest starting quarterback in the NFL just yet.

Even with players like Patrick Mahomes, Lamar Jackson, and Russell Wilson in the league, Brady is still making a case to remain in the conversation as the greatest player in the NFL during his twenty-first year in the league, and he has shown no signs of slowing down yet.