As I was growing up, even though I was a Dallas Cowboys’ fan, the best quarterback in the league was the San Francisco 49ers, Joe Montana. He led that machine of an offense every year and rarely was there ever a game that his team was counted out with him at the helm. If there were a few minutes left on the clock and Montana had the ball in his hands, you could “count it” that the 49ers were going to march down the field and score.
Brady is in that mold.
Brady and the New England Patriots have been running roughshod over the National Football League for the last 17 years. I have watched with envy and amazement, how this team has been able to march up and down the field almost at will with short passes that the other team cannot seem to stop.
On Sunday night, the New England Patriots defeated the Kansas City Chiefs in overtime as Brady led the team down the field, once again after winning the coin flip. The Kansas City Chiefs defense could do nothing but watch this miracle worker yet again walk on water.
This was supposed to be the coming out party for Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Pat Mahomes, but they scored too quick in regulation to give Brady less than two minutes to work with. Brady’s methodical movement down the field looked like a repeat of past performances throughout the years and ended the same way, with a touchdown.
Mahomes and the Chiefs were able to take the game into overtime with a last minute field goal to tie the game before the end of regulation, but when the coin gave the Patriots the ball in the extended period, Brady knew he had to finish the job, and that’s what he set out to do.
As you read earlier, I said that Brady was the best quarterback in the NFL, possibly of all time and that hurts. But let me not take anything away from Mahomes. The young Kansas City quarterback has been a special gift to the National Football League for the entire season, and if he had gotten a chance in overtime, I am sure he would have taken the ball down the field and scored to give Kansas City their first Super Bowl appearance in over 40 years.
The Patriots will face the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII to be held in Atlanta, Georgia, two weeks from now. If the Patriots win that game, that will be their sixth championship, tying them with the Pittsburgh Steelers for the most in NFL history.
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