Tom Brady hoping to lead NFL in new category after big game
Tom Brady was responsible for two of the New England Patriots’ three offensive touchdowns in Thursday night’s win over the New York Giants, and those who missed the game might be surprised to hear he did not use his arm on either of them. Perhaps that is Brady’s way of adapting with age.
In his weekly post-win social media video on Friday, Brady joked that his two rushing touchdowns against the Giants “got me thinking” about leading the league in rushing scores.
— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) October 11, 2019
With 2019 shaping up to be a pretty modest year for running backs across the NFL, Brady is actually tied for fifth in the NFL with three rushing touchdowns. However, Green Bay Packers running back Aaron Jones is in the lead with eight. Brady is going to have to really step up his running skills and score from further out than the 1-yard line if he wants to keep pace.
Between the rushing scores and the hilarious attempt he made at throwing blocks earlier in the season, it seems like Brady is open to trying new things even at age 42. Who are we to doubt the GOAT?