All you need to know about the number of times Tom Brady made it to the Pro Bowl during his illustrious NFL career.
After playing college football at the University of Michigan, Brady was taken by the Patriots in the sixth round of the 2000 NFL Draft. This selection earned him a reputation as the most significant draught steal in NFL history. Brady went on to play collegiate football at the University of Michigan.
He began his career with the New England Patriots and played there for the first 20 seasons of his career. From 2001 until 2019, he was one of the most important contributors to the Patriots’ dynasty. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were his team for the final three seasons of his career in the National Football League. It is generally agreed that Brady is the best quarterback in the history of the game.
The majority of significant passing records at the quarterback position belong to Brady, including the record for the most career passing yards, completions, touchdown passes, and games started. He is the only player in Super Bowl history to win the Most Valuable Player award for more than one franchise, in addition to leading the NFL in career quarterback wins, quarterback regular season wins, quarterback playoff wins, and Super Bowl MVP Awards. He is also the only player to win the award more than once.
Tom Brady has played 23 seasons for the Patriots and Buccaneers. He has thrown for 89,214 yards and 649 touchdowns. He was selected to play in 14 Pro Bowls. He has won 1 Comeback Player of the Year award, 2 Offensive Player of the Year awards, 3 MVP awards, 5 Super Bowl MVP awards, and 7 championships.
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