That in no way can overshadow Brady's long list of accomplishments in New England:
· Three NFL Most Valuable Player awards (2007, 2010, 2017), which ties him with Jim Brown, Brett Favre and Johnny Unitas for second most all time behind Peyton Manning.
· Fifteen Super Bowl records.
· Four Super Bowl MVP awards.
· A record 13 conference title-game appearances.
· A record nine conference championships.
· A total of 17 division championships, easily an NFL record (Peyton Manning is next with 12).
· Leading the Patriots to at least 12 regular-season wins 13 times, the most all time.
· Becoming the first 42-year-old quarterback in football history to start every game in a regular season.
not too shabby for a guy picked in the later part of the draft. I wonder which team he will sign with next
Also who will be Pats next QB?
Can the Pats somehow trade for Nick Foles?