Tom Brady Doesn’t Put Himself on List of All-Time Great NFL Players

February 8, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Tom Brady has four Super Bowl rings, has played in 10 conference championships and he competed at an MVP-caliber level for most of last season at 38 years old. Yet the future first-ballot Hall of Famer said he disagrees with the assessment he’s among the game’s greatest of all time. 
In an interview with Westwood One Radio’s Jim Gray (h/t Ryan Hannable of WEEI.com) prior to Super Bowl 50, Brady was asked if he was one of the best quarterbacks to play the game, and he shut down the notion quickly, referring to his childhood hero, Joe Montana, as the best ever:
That is a helluva question and I wouldn't put myself in there.
I think there's some incredible players that have played the position and a lot of guys do things differently to get the job done. You see different styles, different techniques.
When you look at me being a fan of Joe Montana—nobody ever did it better than Joe Montana. In a way he was like the Michael Jordan of...

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