Seven-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady entered Monday’s game having recorded all of 1,084 rushing yards for an average of 1.7 yards per rush since entering the league back in 2000.
Despite all of his greatness, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ star is not necessarily known for being fleet of foot. In fact, he has 47 rushing yards since joining the Bucs ahead of last season.
Just don’t tell any of this to the New York Giants. Facing third and four from the Giants 33 early in the second quarter, Tom Brady saw an opening in the middle of the field.
He tucked the ball and ran for 10 yards and a first down. It representsed the quarterback’s fourth-longest run since the end of the 2016 season, and he let the Giants know about it after the fact.
You can tell that Tom Terrific takes pride in his scrambling ability at the young age of 44. He’s not to be stopped.
As for the Giants’ defense, it had to be a horrible feeling out on the field to see their grandfather pull his very own Lamar Jackson against them.