Thursday, August 13, 2009

QB Tom Brady is Back this Season!

Fantastic moves, accurate passes, garnered the highest total passing touchdowns in a regular season breaking NFL record...that's Tom Brady of New England Patriots, and he is definitely my favorite player! His record of 50 touchdowns against only eight interceptions, has certainly made him the owner of the best ratio of touchdown-to-interception in NFL history among all players. He reached the peak of his career in year 2007 where he was named the NFL MVP for the season, as well as Offensive Player of the Year. Along these great achievements, he has brought the Patriots to an impressive winning streak.

I know he's got an awesome statistics to show off, some of which I don't even comprehend but the truth is I just love to watch him play and of course he is a certified HUNK! :) So who wouldn't love his pretty face? No wonder gorgeous Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen was swept off by his charms. But seriously, he's an excellent player. However, in September of 2008, Brady's left knee was badly injured during a game which brought him to the sidelines and was placed under injured reserve. I was deeply saddened by this because he wasn't able to play throughout the 2008 season. :(

Now, after nursing his injuries, going through surgery and the necessary rehabilitation process, Brady is back for this year's NFL Season! I just can't wait to see him back on the field and play once more. Together with other great hardworking players who will surely perform well namely Randy Moss and Wes Welker, both playing wide receivers and maintained excellent performances in the last season, they will surely have a powerful offense.

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