At 35, Tom Brady believes he is throwing the ball better than he has ever done.
While he may be entering the final part of his glittering NFL career, New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady feels he is throwing the ball better now than at any other point in his career.
After coming off his season ending knee injury, Brady has averaged 34 touchdowns and 4.590 yards a season, which shows just how important he is to the franchise, despite his age.
Talking to Sport’s Illustrated‘s Peter King, Brady was confident about his arm going into his 13th season.
“Going into my 14th year, I have never had more confidence in how I am throwing the football. I’ve never felt better throwing the football.” Brady told King.
The future hall of famer clearly feels he still has plenty more to give to his team, and must believe that there is at least one more Super Bowl victory left in him with his time at the Patriots.
Brady has won three Super Bowls and appeared in a further two more, so it is not out of the question that he can still produce at the highest level. So long as the offensive weapons around him stay healthy, you can never write off the Patriots making another trip to the big dance next season.