Better the Brady

The best quarterback in history, also known as the GOAT (Greatest of All Time) Tom Brady. Yes, that guy. It’s not even close. Twenty years with the New England Patriots. One, and counting, with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Six Super Bowl champions with the Patriots, one with the Bucs. Most Valuable Player in five of those. Three-time NFL MVP. Fifteen Pro Bowls. Career leader in passing attempts, completions, touchdowns, yards, and quarterback victories. All this (and much more, for which we do not have space) as the sixth round, 199th draft choice in 2000.

I know many people dislike Brady because he always wants to win and very often does. But, that’s why I like him; he inspires me to always want to be the best at everything I do, like when I play chess. It’s easy to move the pieces around the board, but you can’t win by just doing that. You must study your opponent and have a strategy to take advantage of their weakness. And, if that doesn’t work, you must create another, like Brady does after he makes a mistake.

I became a Patriots fan in 2001, when Brady took over the tram. I always like to watch him play because of skills on the field and the way his teammates always back him He admires them so much that he bought his front linemen trucks or cars, so they will continue to protect him from being sacked!

Just as Brady helps every player around him better, I try to make myself and the people I know live their lives to the fullest. One way Brady taught me to be a winner is coming to Street Sense, where I’m more confident and motivated when selling my paper. That makes me feel good about my job and my customers feel connected with their communities. I know Brady will win another Super Bowl before he leaves the game for good. And, I know I will win another chess match!

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