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Shawn Zobel
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Shawn Zobel

The founder and editor of Draft Headquarters.com

Golden Brady

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In looking for a quarterback to lead my team for 16 games and into the playoffs, I considered the quarterback's reliability, consistency, durability, as well as the recent success that he's had. When I added up all of the factors, the answer was simple.

If I need a quarterback to lead my team to a Super Bowl, I'd take Tom Brady. This is actually a pretty simple decision, and while I considered Ben Roethlisberger and his Super Bowls, and Philip Rivers and his outstanding touchdown-to-interception ratio, there's no doubt that Brady trumps the competition.

The league's MVP on the team of the decade, Tom Brady is destined to go down as one of the most successful quarterbacks in the NFL history. Years from now we will look back on this decade and remember the fantastic games in which Brady led his team to victory. Appearing in four Super Bowls and winning three in a four-year span, including winning MVP in two of them, Brady is the face of the NFL and his success has shined along with the league itself as the game of football has become the dominant sport in America.

Outside of a torn ACL that ended his 2008 season, Brady has had a near flawless career thus far. In 2007, he set records in leading his team to their fourth Super Bowl this decade. With 50 touchdowns in one season, Brady officially earned the respect of the nation, and the league, as he and Randy Moss teamed up to become one of the top quarterback-to-wide receiver duos in league history.

If I needed to choose a quarterback to lead my team, there would be no other quarterback that I would want other than Tom Brady. The golden child of the present-day NFL, Brady has proved that he can always be counted on to lead his team.

By Shawn Zobel  |  August 31, 2009; 6:49 AM ET  | Category:  New England Patriots , Philip Rivers , Tom Brady Save & Share:  Send E-mail   Facebook   Twitter   Digg   Yahoo Buzz   Del.icio.us   StumbleUpon   Technorati  
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"Appearing in four Super Bowls and winning three in a four-year span, including winning MVP in two of them, Brady is the face of the NFL and his success has shined along with the league itself as the game of football has become the dominant sport in America."

Umm, this is a really poorly written sentence. It's like four sentences in one, long, run-on, hot mess.

Otherwise, I agree with Shawn's main point. Tom Brady is the golden child.

Posted by: wrytous | September 1, 2009 5:50 PM

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