Film Study: How Tom Brady's high IQ helped the Tampa Bay Buccaneers win Super Bowl 55

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  • Brady was methodical and surgical in the superbowl he picked the chiefs and the badger apart he's the goat

  • Ray Lewis says Brady is a genius because he always finds the easiest throw to move the chains.

    • Yep, which is why his arm is underrated - he's not firing desperation fastballs into coverage.

    • @@uclajd Brady's arm is criminally underrated. When you see the throws he's made this year and consider he's 43... Yea. I love the down the field aspect of the offense paired with Brady's carefulness. Why throw the ball away short when you can throw the ball away 50yds down the field and maybe get a home run. I also want to see this offense get some YAC as this was the 31st ranked offense when it comes to YArds after contact.

    • @Jimmy McMuffin exactly. There were a lot of those early in the season.

    • @@user-nd7rd8jo6h This is very much Brady's offense now though as opposed to the deep ball first Arians mentality pre break. If they can hang on to the nucleus of this team they'll be unstoppable in 2021.

    • Check out what Ray says bout Brady as Ray matured.....on CS-tv.

  • Good video

  • Brady completed 80% of his passes and 3 TD in the 1st half. That's when the game was won. Like you've pointed out it was a master class. One thing I've noticed with a lot of the truly great players, they make it look so easy that you can be fooled into thinking what they did wasn't great. Emmitt Smith was like that.

    • game really ended on that fournette touchdown run for me.

    • @Tony Zheng brilliant

    • @@PeanutButterAndJellyBros almost like The Chiefs just watched him go in the final 15 yards

    • If you saw Emmitt Smith on the Cardinals, you definitely knew he was better than the lines he was running behind.

    • fun fact: Emmitt Smith is the only NFL player in history to ever tell EA that he thought his Madden scores were too high

  • Talent hits the target that no one else can, Genius hits the target no one can see. (Not my quote)

    • ive been using this quote and ppl now just using it.. everyone reads youtube comments lol. even shannon sharpe.. "Talent hits a target no one else can hit; Genius hits a target no one else can see" -- Arthur Schopenhauer .. ive even had a few MMA fighters uses my original comments before on national tv which cracked me up. but yah this is a brilliant quote.

    • @@LastbutNotFirst that’s pretty cool if that’s your quote lol

    • @@LastbutNotFirst it's not your quote

    • @@LastbutNotFirst this quote belongs to a famous philosopher I just forget his name

    • @@agagagagga4366 yes i quoted him authur something up above

  • On that Gronk TD, why is Mathieu saying push off?? He was salty af all game 😂😂

    • He wasn’t even looking that way either so he really had no idea lol. I’m not gonna clown him to much though cause all DBs do that.

    • If you listen to all the miced up videos, he was talking shit to the refs right from the start. No wonder he was flagged so much. He basically said " hey refs, keep your attention on me. Im the a hole on the field today".

    • @@JO-cj2dv Yeah the Bucs got in his head big time. Brady apologized after, but I'll bet he'd do it again in a second. 😂

    • If you watch the close up video, Gronk see Brady is in trouble with people getting open, and he can see the guy covering him is looking at Brady so he just changes his route and Brady knew what gronk was going to do both anticipated each other. Gronk route was corner, but the defender on his ass, so he changes route for inside, giving him huge separation because mindset of the defender was that gronk was going to corner fade. It the years working to each other, they know what each other thinking anticipating each other. Few years back when Brady was having trouble with his WR... he was saying if your waiting for a pass and not anticipating it your doing your job wrong something like that.

    • @@PSG1JOHN1 AB's TD was similar. He changed his route. There's a mic'd up vid where after that play on the sideline one of the coaches says, "I have no idea what route he ran their but it worked." I'm sure when the two of them were hanging at Brady's place (Tom kicked his family out 10 days before the game. I'm sure there was continuous film study between the two) they are micro analyzing everything. Remembering the Butler INT in the SB. When he was asked after the game what he was thinking he said, "Every time we ran that play this week in practice I got beat." "I was afraid of getting beat." Everyone credits Belichick with knowing every situation that's going to occur in a game and preparing his team, and rightfully so. I would imagine that after 20 years that stuff rubs off. I can fully expect that those two "improv" plays to Gronk and AB in those situations were talked about before hand. With Gronk it could be because they've played together so much. With AB I'll bet it was like, They call this play in the redzone and the defender has the out route covered, just break back over the middle and I'll hit you. I'll have to protect the ball so be ready for it to not be at your chest. I'm as certain as I can be without witnessing it that they had that conversation for that exact play in that area of the field.

  • When TB was 41, he was clocked throwing the football at 61mph. Guess who was only 1 mph faster than Brady... Patrick Mahomes at 62mph. Brady's arm is underrated. He is a more about accuracy and placement than forcing the ball into windows with strong throws, but at times Brady has fired the ball into very small windows for incredible passes.

    • he broke chris godwins finger throwing the ball probably faster than that even

    • It's age bigotry and TB12 hate mixed into a constant misinformation campaign

    • Never really noticed Brady's arm until the playoffs. Yes, he can throw it.

    • I know Brady’s arm hasn’t faded, but good lord that’s insane

  • He takes what the defense gives him. That's what I loved about him in NE.

  • On the Gronk TD, Brady threw it basically before he even made the cut back towards the middle. The two are on the same exact wavelength.

    • I think gronk actually signaled brady that he was going to break out his route. Check how he lifts his left arm just before cutting

    • @@angelv25bb69 Yeah, they're communication is on point.

    • He puts his left arm up, that signals a break inside because the angle of the pass on the original route would have had to be outside and high, so there’s no point in raising the left arm.

  • Keep em coming, I'm sick of hearing the talking heads "break down" the game...all they do is shout at each other and say Tom Brady every 5 seconds. You're actually breaking down the game. Cheers bro 🍻

    • OMG ... seriously i couldn't agree more. I mean the paid analyst for soccer in Europe does that during their shows. They draw where they should go and who should do what exactly like how it was done in this video. I always wondered why they cant do it for football? All i see on ESPN is talk and talk and talk, and after 2 mins there is basically rubbish coming out of their mouth. Meanwhile the game ... ....

    • Spot on TS. It's got worse in recent years and it seems the bigger the network and the bigger the name, the more they feel the need for all this mindless shouting. When I started watching the NFL in the 80s the discussion was much more thoughtful and informative.

    • That's because they have to appeal to the lowest common denominator. They feel the only way to do this is to create drama based narratives.

    • @@zabacjones6862 easy there Alex Jones lol. JK, I agree.

    • @@zabacjones6862 agree 💯

  • I think on the Gronk throw what you are missing from your analysis is the chemistry between the two. When Brady comes back to Gronk in his read Gronk is covered pretty well but Gronk sees that the safety is looking into the backfield and isn’t watching him. As a result he knows he can uncover by changing his route. You see this when he throws up his left hand telling Brady that he is going to uncover by breaking his route. Instead of forcing a pass into coverage Brady see this, slightly recocks and fires the ball to a now open Gronk. Beautiful IQ by both Brady and Gronk on that play. Without that chemistry between the two I think Brady tries to fire one into the corner and see if his tight end can win the 50/50 ball.

    • I saw that too! Gronk was a difference maker. The whole team rallied around those two because they know how to win.

    • 3:00 yeah the play of the game...

    • Very obs

    • Great analysis.

    • Gronk wasn't waving at the camera. He signaled "hard a port"... and Brady saw it

  • Theirs a reason that the QBs that people think have the most talent couldn't even dream of coming close to Bradys success. There is way more to being a elite QB then just your arm talent and that's why Rodgers, breese, payton manning, big Ben and all the other super talented QBs couldn't achieve a quarter of Bradys success regardless of their pro bowl weapons and top defenses

    • @Tony Zheng that's why I'm not sure running qbs can win Superbowls. If you run your almost guaranteed to be at least knicked up going into the playoffs.

    • You are 100% correct. Being able to throw the ball a mile, being 6'5", and being able to run a 4.3 40 are abilities, not skills. The woods are absolutely full of players who can do those things, but most are busts at QB (just look at first-round picks from every draft). Coaches mistake the two all the time. QB relevant skills are being able to process information quickly, read a defense, throw accurately under pressure, and understand what's going on in front of you. Who can do those things? Manning, Brady, Brees, Matt Ryan, Phillip Rivers, for example. Who can't? Well, again, look at most QBs drafted in the first round every year. Of course, Aaron Rodgers can do it all, but he's a once-in-a-lifetime (maybe once ever) type of player.

    • I wouldnt throw peytons name in that mix at all.

    • Payton was pretty damn smart. Brady def mimicked some aspects from Manning during his first years as a starter. Brady did end up being the better qb, mostly because he does not make as many bad decisions.

    • I would say that Manning also had an insanely high QB IQ. He just was a little less great than Brady, and Brady also had Belichick and great defenses. I'm a diehard Patriots fan this lol. Brady was like the Bill Russell and Manning was like the Wilt Chamberlain

  • This super bowl Proves that it takes more then skill to with chips

    • Thinking is a skill

    • Bruce Arians said, when asked what it takes to be a great QB: "The ability to make split second decisions." Never mentioned arm or athleticism. That kind of brain is a lot more rare than the athleticism.

    • @@uclajd Brady has a great arm to go along with it

    • Tom Brady has been proving that for 20 years lol but Tom Brady has alot more arm talent then the media gives him credit for. They act like he has no skill but if you watch his career highlights he makes tight window throws regularly that most quarterbacks only make a few times in their career.

    • Yeah it takes the defense. To imply Brady doesn’t have enough skills or Mohomes doesn’t have the IQ is stretch. Brady was big part of it but it was mainly the defense and their game plan.

  • He just makes such good decisions all the time. They look boring, they look easy. Many Patriots games I watch was just like this, 1-2-3, first down, then again, another first down. Very few down the field huge plays and heroic catches as ESPN play of the Day types. Then TD. It almost look mechanical. But he just picks you apart all day long.

    • Just like ray lewis said "hes the most basic QB ever"

    • Brady makes it look easy. In fact.. its not that easy. He finds the leverage mis-match. The Bucs' need to bring back the whole offense. Gronkowski/Brate... Godwin/Evans/Brown... Fournette/Jones!

    • i agree. I think that’s why the talking heads like to say he’s not the best. It’s because he makes decisions that make it look easy and effortless. He doesn’t overdo anything. He’s a thinker and it’s an “easy does it, let’s just keep moving” approach. He’s calm and focused and that spreads to the team and he plays with focus to the last minute. To him 2 minutes is a very long time and full of possibility. That’s why he’s so different from the others.

    • ( 7 ) Super Bowl Championships! I Believe That The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Are Going To Be Tougher & Stronger In 2021 Season Than They Were In This Past Season.

    • Those talking heads also don't see an added benefit of TB12's play-it allows the defense to rest. Imagine this: the defense just got a stop and there's 11 minutes of game time. TB12 enters the game, and eats up 6-8 of those minutes. Now not only does the opponent's offense have less time to work with, but the defense is going to be better rested, as well.

  • Brady was a sniper during the SB 55 and he’s was unstoppable!

  • Brady & The Pats should have won that Philly SB in 2017 if i’m not mistaken. I mean 505 yds & 3 passing tds! Easily the best playoff stat line by a QB in history!!! 🏈 BRADY POWER

    • too bad belichick benched butler and never explained why when he was their best coverage and tackling corner all year and played more defensive snaps than anyone... what a fucking joke!

  • If I was a GM, I would focus completely on iq over a cannon arm, or even accuracy

    • Read, decide and throw accurately. Everything else is less important. Running like headless chicken and circus throws are not as important.

    • Well, the recruiters should be trained to identify them. They're too busy recruiting common criminals for their athleticism.

    • You have to be able to keep your team in a position so they aren’t forcing it.

  • Absolutely. Let's go. Last of a generation I hope he gets a couple more. Go legends!

  • I never realize his decision making is that fast, if he recognizes it preplay its over.

    • @Freedom is over sad russell wilson?

    • @Freedom is over sad Tom Brady is closer to being a black man than you are to being a smart man. Try and remember that.

    • @Freedom is over sad that statement is ignorant and racist, any human being is capable of reading a defense it's not cause he white he's better at it, he better at it cause he's been doing it for 20 years and dedicates everything to winning.

    • @@hanyolo120 it comes off as racist i think he means that black qbs are often more athletic and therefore can rely on running more than tom brady who's slow as fuck, it's still a dumb comment either way tho

    • @@hanyolo120 Let's not forget that Brady won the Super Bowl for the Patriots in his first season after Drew Bledsow was injured. How can you explain that?

  • I always wanted and hoped, I would see Tom win a Blowout in the Superbowl.

    • facts, this was the first superbowl he played in where I wasn't having a heart attack xD

    • Lots of SB used to be blowouts. I thought Brady over rated. Wins by Vinateri field goals, losses to Giants. My respect for him came with leaky front line & grass stains on his back. Then the Atlanta comeback SB has to be one of best SB period. Rooted for Brady first time this year. He was smart to come to a team that was loaded on both sides. Like seeing him with pirate flag on his helmet.

  • On 2nd TD, Brady looked towards right first, then looked to left, which lured the defender in middle to left, that forced Chiefs 2-on-2 on Godwin and Gronk on right with huge space.

  • Thanks for mentioning his arm. He is still throwing 61 MPH in his 40s. Compare that to the Combine the year Patrick Mahomes came into the league. Patrick Mahomes threw 60 MPH and everybody else threw in the 50s.

    • This fact is absolutely crazy!

    • And people were saying his arm was "shot" last season. Crazy eh?

    • I can remember a playoff game early in his career, it might have been the first SB vs. Philly, He hit a guy D-E-E-P. The defender pulled up and Brady put it over the top of him. When they were celebrating the receiver said, "He didn't think you could throw it that far." At one of the pro bowls Brady won the longest throw competition. It was really windy and the other QB's were struggling throwing it far and keeping it between the hashes. When the host gave Brady the ball he said to him, Now it has to land between the hashes." Brady said, "I don't think that's going to be a problem." This was after multiple throws by other pro bowl QB's failed to land between the hashes. It was a best of three throws. Brady was the last to throw. He threw it like 72 yards, which was the longest throw, dead center in the middle of the field to win it. The host told him he still had 2 more throws to see if he could better it. He was like, Nah, I won. I've been reading and hearing for years about his lack of arm talent. Really makes you wonder if these talking heads actually watch NFL games before they talk about them. Probably too busy watching the NBA.

    • @@Zahrul3 Yeah, they started calling him old at 29. (Or that was the first that I am aware of.) 2018 was the noodle arm year but the media started talking about him retiring in 2014 and was really crying out for it by 2018. Last year, every single week the ESPN radio announcers were talking about him as no longer being able to throw like he used to. This is my favorite Hype video from SB 53 cs-tv.org/tv/video-CicwJ0OHV1A.html&ab_channel=jstornatore

    • @@Relayer6a Yeah, I saw that throw. And I have wondered the same thing about the talking heads. They get so much wrong about Tom Brady and I am constantly amazed by that. It really is like they aren't paying attention to the right things. For me, even if they missed the regular seasons, surely they watched some of the Super Bowls? After Super Bowl 51 we learned about his determination and tenacity. He might look like a pretty boy on the outside but he is tough as nails on the inside. It might be that the media missed the end of that game.

  • Tom Brady in the dictionary: "Football King - The Goat - 7Rings"

  • Love the Buccaneer videos! Long time TB12 fan and started watching your analysis at the beginning of the season. Keep up the good work!

  • Brady at this point has nothing to prove anymore. One more League MVP at the age of 44 would be insane though.

    • Tom Brady 2021 Stats 5,012 yards 51-10 TD/INT CMP: 415/628- 66.1% YPA: 8.0 yards (8.5 air yards and 12 per comp.) YPG: 313.3 Rating: 114.7 84 QBR 26 rushes- 48 yards; 2 touchdowns (1.8 YPC) Sacks: 24 2 4QC 4 GWD Rec: 13-3 (1st seed in League) MVP Divisional: beat Cardinals NFC championship: beat Rams/Washington Super Bowl: beat Bills/Ravens

    • @@popcornblast5348 Brady is gonna throw less than 10 Ints bro.

    • @@alfredyasharahla7152 it’s exactly 10 what’s the matter with that. He’s still aging a bit

    • @@bradyisthegoatdeal1492 ion know bout never like, the man does have 3 mvps but i do get that there is brady fatigue

    • @@popcornblast5348 Ravens are not making the playoffs lol

  • That last pass to Gronk was the one that impressed me.

  • @6:46 - this is the most unexpected and hilarious voice crack- you just kept it moving like nothing happened - amazing

  • Best football breakdown/analysis channel in my opinion. The amount of quality content you put out and in such a volume is insane, big ups my dude 🤙🏻

  • Great videos , thanks. Tom is terrific, and smart as hell. His level of intelligence is superior at the position. Relentless study and preparation only make him even better. And Brett Favre declared Tom's accuracy as one of his 3 best traits.

  • Reading the defense, adjusting and making the right decision > Reading the defense wrong or making the wrong adjustment so you have to scramble and make an athletic throw. First one makes it look easy leaving casuals unimpressed while the second one gets most of the praise.

  • Brady's eyes and his mind are his most dangerous weapons.

  • “Looking defenders off” is a lost art. So many elite qbs are looking at their target the whole time. Montana and Young were both masters at looking off defenders

  • Tom Brady: He's pretty good at football

    • Yeah, I like that line too :)

  • Love the videos man, you do a great job breaking down the game and making it easy to understand. Also refreshing to listen to someone who has logical takes and doesn’t make ridiculous claims for clicks

  • Great analysis. It shows why Brady keeps getting better as he gets older, and why he still has more years left - because its his IQ that makes him a great player, and that keeps improving as he gets more experience even while his body may wear down. He will be hard to stop in Tampa with a number three receiver like AB, tight ends like Gronk, Brate, OJ, backs that can catch like Bernard and Fournette, a great line (with Gronk and Fournette who can block), and a great defense.

  • A long overdue video which I've mentioned a number of times on your other videos, and that he's still playing at this level at 43 is incredible. That low risk same reward throw to Fournette encapsulates the difference between Brady and most QB's. Many, not just Winston, would have taken the high risk Godwin option.

  • Tom Brady analyses defenses so well before and during a play. Add to that an accurate throwing arm and O-line protection and the formula can only equal 7 and counting. Great work on the video.

  • 6:40 Fournette clobbered that dude for another 3 yrds wow!

  • Nice video, thank you. On Gronk's second touchdown the communication is what made the play. Brady & Gronk have been doing this a long time, watch closely and you will see Gronk throw out the left arm and Brady immediately fires the ball exactly where Gronk is going.

  • Brady is in his own class by himself.

  • You really have fantastic insight into the intricacies of football and reinforce so tangibly how the QB has to be almost like a chess player who can see 11 moves in advance.

  • He's an amazing QB, he's got tremendous footwork and field IQ, whether if he's about to get sack in the pocket, pressured or under duress, Brady makes the correct decisions and perfectly execute them 99.9% of the time in my opinion. He rarely makes mistakes, managing the clock or going for it on 4th down in high stake situations. Brady is the G.O.A.T. equivalent to batting .700 in the NLB, awesome greatness 👏

  • Brady notices tendencies. If your team does not break tendencies. He will exploit it. He probably knew Brown would be open on that deep curl.

  • LOVE YOUR TAKE,The most brilliant part of BRADYS MVP was how he got under mathew skin.THE captain of the defence and into the 2nd quarter BRADY saying im coming at you all game .The easy pass just before halftime was GRONK WIDE OPEN BUT BRADY ADJUSTED AND ROCKETED IT TO A/BROWN.GAME OVER

  • Yup. Mahomes had the physicality, but for Tom?... it's all cerebral.

    • Mahommes was dropping dimes though, his receivers all let him down.

    • @@ShaunHensley No he wasn't. He missed a ton of throws. Trying to play hero-ball and running backwards isn't honorable.

    • @@georgewolfe8428 THANK YOU STONKS!!!!! HAIL MARY'S were his order of the day. AND slo-mo the plays and you'll see KC recievers had Bucs Defenders hands, arms and helmets in their faces..when they choked on his passes.

  • Love your vids. Helps me since I’ve never played and I don’t understand strategies.

  • 3:22 - Huney badger is fishing for a offensive PI. So funny. Getting beat isn't a penalty, I feel like someone should tell the chiefs that.

  • Tom Brady took another HOT DUMP on Patrick Mahomes ....Brady is in his "40s" and has been using Mahomes as his Personal TOILET in the playoffs and SB....

  • That last replay on Gronk, as soon as he looked back at Brady... the ball was practically at Gronks fingertips! That was a perfect throw!

  • At 2:42 even if you pause the video it's hard to see how close Brady's throw was to Gronk's adjustment, and how well placed the ball was for such a weird adjustment (a kind of post out of a corner). It seems this is something they planned for, but my goodness I've never seen that before while a play has just finished its development. No hesitation on the throw either, to me that's crazy.

  • I enjoyed your breakdown. Thank you!

  • Great video. well done and informative.

  • Tom Brady is a literal cutout of a “movie quarterback.” Underrated when he came into the league, blonde hair, blue eyes, got his chance...and never quit. He’s not my favorite but he’s the GOAT and there’s no debating that anymore.

    • Just what NFL wants you to say! That's why they loaded him up with star talent! Great player? Yes. Easy to win with best team or best coaching system and weak division? Yes.

    • @@mikep3455 How come that best coaching system missed the playoffs twice with out Brady? Huh? Belicheck had a losing record with the pats before Brady and he's back to having a losing record. He hasn't always had the greatest team,.

    • @@epicfan1598 It's not all Belichek. Tom is a very good quarterback. Just saying if you put a very good quarterback with best defense and best offensive weapons, of course they are going to win. Especially when the other good quarterback is playing the game without 2 of his offensive lineman to block for him. If Mahomes can't outrun the defense, no one can! If we watch them play the same game over with Tom not having his 2 offensive lineman, Tom is not going to win. He is a good quarterback but he is also very fortunate!!

  • Can we drop all the intellectual, defense-reading capabilities and simply focus on the fact that a 43 year old man threw a rocket on this play?

  • my hot take "tom brady, really good at football." LOL I love it.

  • Excellent video and teaching! Brady is the MASTER!

  • Well what I think is that was a damn good analysis. Not normally interested in this stuff but did enjoy this one.

  • Great breakdown as always. Would be interesting to hear if there was some strategy/tricks in how they mixed run and pass? And Jackson do you think they emphasized certain play/players more in post season as strategy or was it just who/what the defense was giving them?

  • Great breakdown bud!

  • Great video dood!

  • The one guy that knows football players better than anyone is prime time who predicted two years ago Brady was not done.

  • 8:05 Mathieu really threw up his hands pretending like someone was supposed to be covering Gronk when in reality it was supposed to be him.

  • Great video!!

  • Aaron Rogers is the best at finding the open receiver at hitting him with the football. Tom Brady is the best at processing everything correctly on the field as fast as possible. Kurt Warner was the best at hitting the receiver with the football in stride so that he could just keep sprinting. Peyton Manning was the best at the pre-snap read and calling the correct play or making the correct pre-snap adjustment to win the down. Joe Burrow is probably the best college QB at processing what the defense is doing. He also excels at moving the defense with his eyes. He is deadly accurate. He is also very mobile and doesn't lose that accuracy on the run.

  • I need ESPN, FS1, or NFL Network to give you a call my friend!! Job well done..

  • I think Brady's role in this SB is actually a bit underrated. His elite level of execution early on allowed the Bucs to get a lead that made it easier for the Bucs defense to tee off on Mahomes. It made it more difficult for the Chiefs to stay disciplined and run the football.

  • I think his pre snap process is part of what allows him to make great decisions really quickly

  • I won’t forget the season Brady was trying for a perfect record none of the defense could stay in one spot they had to move around a lot to keep Brady guessing insane how his mind works

  • Great analysis as usual. If Brady gets at least 3 seconds upright he will make a decent read and make fewer mistakes than most QB's. Helps that he is 6.4 that he can see better than the shortys like Brees and Russel Wilson, and even Rodgers who is 6.1 .

  • Watch @2:50. Mathieu (32) looking to get an offensive interference call in the end zone. Only problem there was nobody to call it on. What a dope.

  • You can like him or hate him but if you don't appreciate his game, his absolute dominance with pre-snap reads, his arm and mind then you are not a football fan. PERIOD.

  • If you watch the Gronk TD pass in endzone You can see Gronk .....FLARE his left hand out to the left......before he makes his cut back.....and just after he looked over his right shoulder ......letting Tom know early.....Im heading this way And if you watch Tom......when G left hand FLARES Tom goes right into throwing the ball without hesitation Thats why when Gronk makes new adjustment left and RIGHT out of the break the ball is - perfect height - perfect speed - perfect time Thats YEARS of playing with each other

  • "The curse of the gifted is they make the difficult look easy and the impossible, merely difficult.".

  • Why "thread the needle" when you can keep gaining chunks of yardage, move the chains & keep Mahomes sitting?

  • Something else you have to think about is the Clutch KC, yes, cool, you beat some QB's with a comeback, in one of their first playoff games, Brady isn't going to let you make that comeback on him.

  • In the SB Mahomes was pressured 32% of his throws (49 att). That means he wasn't pressured on 33 throws. Contrast that with Brady in the 2007 SB where Brady got hit on over 50% of his 48 pass attempts and was sacked 5 times in 8 possessions. Yet Brady was able to give his team a lead with under 3 minutes left, while Mahomes got blown out. That's the difference between a master and a circus performer.

  • "Elite Arm" everyone focuses on how far a QB can throw - can he throw deep and because the ball is in the air for so long, the receiver has time to see the path of the ball and adjust to it and catch the ball and everyone applauds But an Elite Arm is about putting the ball exactly where the receiver can catch it without making much of an effort and that you see not in the deep throws but in the short & medium throws and that is where Brady excels

  • Brady is the GOAT!

  • The thing about guys like peypey and Brady. They make the game look so easy and takes what defense gives them and rarely force things. They can also sling it when they need to.

  • "My hot take: Tom Brady, really good at football." That's really funny! Johnny Unitas may have been the best long-ball thrower ever, Joe Montana was the best I ever saw at throwing on the run, Peyton Manning is the best I ever saw at reading the defensive formation and checking into a play that would beat that defense, Tom Brady is the best I have ever seen at reading a developing play and finding the open receiver.

  • This guy has this game figured out at another level.

  • Let's say it how it is...he cares far more about winning than making his stats look good(hence why he will throw a ball deep up for grabs on third down, even if it can be intercepted...rather than taking a sack)...but he was Lights Out in the first half...but only threw 9 passes in the second half because the clock was their ally and winning the game by any margin is more important than making his stats look good so people say he won the game for his team...he could probably have had 300 yds and 5 td's...but there's also a chance that by doing that his defense has to be on the field longer and gives the Chiefs more opportunities to find a rhythm and make adjustments(which I'm stunned they never did with putting tight ends and rb's in to help protect)... winning is more important than having Rob Parker and Shannon Sharpe singing your praises on their fake debate shows

  • Mahomes .. I can throw from a horizontal position ...... Brady .. I collect RINGS

  • that’s why he’s the goat because he does those little things Nobody reads the defense like Tom Brady Love the video love the analogy

  • I don't think in terms of a goat since it's entertainment at its core. There are a lot of entertaining players, teams, and even eras. If you lived through the 40's it was a gang of rough ballers, then as the game got more refined it was others, and eventually as tactics, equipment, training, and even how players associated with fans created different "Goats" through time. There were even regional only goats especially early on in football history. Tom Brady obviously is exceptional, but it's just not the rings or on-field accolades, but his work ethic and point of view. He's a very focused person, and anyone can look up to that. Loved this video btw-breath of fresh air from what you usually see.

  • Brady just saw all the formations and concepts possible on defenses nowdays

  • Had Gronk scored a 3rd TD on that quick seam bend up the middle then Gronk would've won the MVP. That would've been AWESOME.

  • i enjoyed it. GO BUCCS!!

  • Tom Brady doesn't have a cannon but what he does have is he throws what is called Friendly Ball which means they are very easy to catch and wide receivers would rather have that any day of the week

    • IDK.... Watching some of the highlights - those passes looked perfectly sweet, hardly any ducks.

  • 1000 videos about a single game. You are a CS-tv payout dynamo my man

  • Yes Brady has talent I will admit, good video

  • The most ridiculous label that is given to Brady is "game manager". He controls the ball by methodically moving it down the field and lessening the opportunity for turnovers. The 2nd TD to Gronk illustrated that KC couldn't get to him. Game over. BTW, Fournette should have been MVP. He should've been in the game when the Bucs were stopped on the goal line, but I guess the backs were alternating series.

  • Good vid

  • You should apply for a offensive/defensive coordinator position.

  • watching mathieu raise his arms like blaming other defenders is comedy

  • What Brady does better than any QB in history is recognize coverages and defensive plans from the line and audible to the proper play at that time (usually a run). He makes the offense better without even throwing a pass at times.

  • Cheers to Matthieu for bringing the GOAT out :)

  • I agree with your hot take. This Brady fella may be good.

  • Great analysis. 👍 On a good day I can throw a regulation football about 40 yards with no accuracy. I could NEVER have competed with even a second string high school QB, but give me as much time and space as Brady had at 2:42 and I bet I could hit Gronk 2 out of 5. 😂 With that said Brady is the undisputed GOAT, and he deserved the MVP.

  • Wasn't the record amount of Pass Interference called?