Found May 20, 2013 on
Lost in the worry about where the Patriots will turn for reliable wide receivers and whether the New England defense can hold its own is the fact that Tom Brady is not, in fact, a robot, and that the delivery and statistics that have marked his 13 consistent seasons as an NFL quarterback are not, in fact, givens.
Last year was Brady’s first season without longtime personal throwing coach Tom Martinez, who died last February. But Brady quickly acquired a new guide in former major league pitcher Tom House, and it sounds like House’s finishing touches may have at least lifted Brady’s mental game, much less his mechanics.
“Going into my 14th year, I have never had more confidence in how I am throwing the football,” Brady told Peter King of Sports Illustrated of his progression with House. “I’ve never felt better throwing the football.”
Brady said he “developed a rapport with [House] quickly,” and House has especially helped him understand how small corrections are going to help his over...
BEST OF MAXIM
Can New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady become even better? He certainly thinks he can be.
Brady explained that even in the wake of the passing of his mentor Tom Martinez, he continues to find ways to elevate his game.
Please click here to read this story
The post Tom Brady on his path to get better appeared first on Players View.
Tom Brady more confident than ever--Monday Morning QB: Considering what a transcendent talent Tom Brady is, the career he’s had, and that he turns 36 in 11 weeks, this statement he made to me over the weekend is significant: “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.”
Via The Weekly Meat
When a little tidbit like this pops up in your Twitter feed, you cannot help but want to check out the veracity of the story. Neighborhood gossip? Tom Brady? Gisele? A dog? Yes please, we want to know more.
Since this came to our attention via a friend of a friend, we dug a little deeper to see if this really happened. We already knew Tom Brady had a pit named...
Another season with Tom Brady begins, savoring it…
(via Patriots OTAs - 5/21/2013)
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady will be 36 years old in a few months, and set to begin the expected decline of his skill level.
Brady though, doesn’t expect that to happen, and as he told Peter King of Sports Illustrated recently, Brady is more confident than ever in his ability to throw the football.
“Going into my 14th year, I have never had more confidence in how...
Tom Brady is arguably the greatest quarterback of all time, but he's not done yet. And not because he hasn't accomplished enough already -- he still has a lot to learn."Once you feel like you're done learning, you might as well move on," Brady recently told SI's Peter King. Brady, a three-time Super Bowl winner who has thrown for 44,806 yards and 334 touchdowns...
With 136 victories, Tom Brady and Bill Belichick sit atop the list of the winningest quarterback-coach tandems since the AFC/NFC merger in 1970. (Reuters)
GALLERY: Winningest Quarterback-Coach Tandems in NFL History
It's the off-season, so whenever New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady speaks, it's big news. Particularly if it's news that he could be getting even better.
"Going into my 14th year, I have never had more confidence in how I am throwing the football," Brady told Sports Illustrated's Peter King at a Best Buddies volunteer event. "I've never...
New England Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola learned Tuesday, the second day of organized team activities, just how talented of a quarterback Tom Brady is. Amendola and Brady worked out together this offseason in Southern California, but that doesn’t mean he’s use to catching a ball from the future Hall of Famer.
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is extremely pleased with the state of his game heading into his 14th season, saying, "I've never felt better throwing the football."
The Patriots started their voluntary organized training activities on Monday, but we will get our first glimpse of them in action during a media availability session at Gillette Stadium on Tuesday.
Brandon Spikes‘ absence was the headline after Day 1, and there is still plenty of thoughts, information and opinion to sift through on that front. But there will be much more to talk...
It’s never too early to start thinking about football.
The Patriots are three days into their first voluntary workouts of 2013, and one of the biggest storylines has been quarterback Tom Brady‘s chemistry with his receivers. Wes Welker and Brandon Lloyd were the team’s two most productive wideouts in 2012, and both have found roster spots on other teams.
The gaps have been...