How Long Can Tom Brady Play At A High Level?

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has cemented his status in the National Football League (NFL) as arguably the greatest player to ever play the game.

He won his first Super Bowl when I was just five years old and I’ve watched him continue to dominate the league over the years. He won his latest Super Bowl this year when I was 22 years old. It’s been wild to watch him grow before my eyes, literally from Kindergarten through college, and what’s even wilder is the fact that he’s won six Super Bowls in that span.

He and head coach Bill Belichick have combined for over 200 wins together as a pair together, leading the next HC-QB combo by almost 100 wins which means another combo (Brees-Payton or Roethlisberger-Tomlin) would need six perfect regular seasons to accomplish this and neither quarterback is going to even play another six seasons. Oh yea and Brady accomplished the perfect regular season in 2007, guiding the Pats to a 16-0 regular season while winning the league’s Most Valuable Player (MVP) award. He lost that year’s Super Bowl along with another one in 2012, however his dominance when it matters compares to the GOAT’s in other sports as well.

Brady’s Super Bowl record can be compared to Kobe Bryant’s NBA Championship record (6-2 for Brady, 5-2 for Bryant) and his chances to win it all can be compared to LeBron James (Brady has gotten the Pats to eight straight AFC Championship games, while LeBron had eight straight NBA Finals appearances which different teams. He won his latest Super Bowl at age 41, which leads many to believe a decline must be in order. But many also believed that for the past 3-4 seasons yet he’s won 3 of the last five Super Bowl’s. At age 40 he led the league in passing yards and attempted while winning his third NFL MVP award (2007, 2010).

If Tom Brady can continue his high play with how young of a roster they’ve built, Brady may very well play at a high level well into age 45 honestly. That’s crazy to even think about but he hasn’t slowed down yet and he’s also blessed to play in one of the weakest divisions in football. He has won his division 16 of the last 19 season and every other quarterback in the division is playing in their second NFL season. That’s alot of youth for teams expected to compete against a team that has been built to consistently beat them year in and year out.

Jason Witten Will Return To The Cowboys After Being Away For A Year

Cowboys Tight-End and future Hall Of Fame inductee, Jason Witten, announced Thursday that he would be returning to the Dallas Cowboys after sitting out for one year. The 36 year old veteran returns to the gridiron after spending his last year as a ESPN analyst. Witten will return to the Cowboys on a 3.5 million one-year contract. Witten holds the Dallas Cowboy’s franchise record for most receiving yards and receptions within a career. Take a look back at Jason Witten career so far with the Cowboys, down below.