“He’s so much more talented than me”- Tom Brady once claimed Aaron Rodgers would surpass him if he was on the New England Patriots


On Sunday, NFL Fans all over the world would witness the legendary Quarterback battle between Aaro Rodgers and Tom Brady. On one hand, where the reigning MVP would be looking to lead his Green Bay Packers’ to another win after a loss in the season opener, Brady would be looking to stretch his Tamp Bay Buccaneers’ winning tally to 3-0 in the 2022-23 season. 

Tom Brady
Tom Brady

Interestingly this would be the first meeting between these two legendary Quarterbacks since 2020 NFC Championship Game. At that time, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ triumph at Lambeau Field came en route to their eventual Super Bowl title. Ahead of their showdown o Sunday, let us take a look back at how Brady admitted to Rodgers’ being the GOAT if he was representing the New England Patriots. 

Brady spoke about Rodgers, “He’d throw for 7,000 yards every year. He’s so much more talented than me.” 

Who would come out on top in Tom Brady vs Aaron Rodgers’ battle? 

Tom Brady and his Bucs have caught a decent form in the initial weeks of the 2022-23 season. While Rodgers is still seeming to adjust with his younger set of receivers. However, with Mike Evans being suspended after his anger-blast on Marshon in the previous encounter, Brady would also be looking to incorporate newer ideas. 

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Aaron Rodgers

That being said, Tom Brady’s Bucs are off to a flying 2-0 start, courtesy to their defensive prowess. To justify the same stat, they have given just 13 points combined, in the last two games. On the other hand, Packers picked up their first win of the season against the Chicago Bears in the previous week. 

However, there are not two-ways in stating that these two players have huge respect for one another. Given that this showdown is going to be a test of mental fatigue and gameplans and one coach trying to outfox the other – it would be interesting to see which team is able to rise up on top on Sunday. 

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