Brady was drafted in the 2000 draft, and was a backup quarterback and only played one game in his first season. In 2001, when Drew Bledsoe went down with an injury, Brady took over and eventually led the Patriots to defeat the St. Louis Rams in Super Bowl XXXVL.
Two years later, Brady led the Patriots to another Super Bowl title with a win over the Carolina Panthers. A year later, Brady led the Patriots to another title against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Brady also led the New England Patriots to an undefeated season, only to lose the the New York Giants in the Super Bowl.
Brady has a killer instinct, similar to other great athletes like Michael Jordan, and Joe Montana.
It can be arguably stated that there has been no quarterback in the the last decade better than Tom Brady. Brady's postseason accomplishments, and more amazing stats than Tom Brady.
Many analysts argue that Manning may be the best regular season quarterback in league's history, but Brady has definitely been the best "team manager".
On Sunday, against the New Orleans Saints, Brady proved why he is a fierce competitor. The Saints seemed as though they won the game, until Brady led a fierce 70-yard drive, and capitalized by throwing to a fascinating rookie, Kenbrell Thompkins, to lead the Patriots to another victory.
Sunday's performance proved one lesson to the league. As long as Tom Brady is leading the New England Patriots, Brady and his team will remain a tough team to deal with.