The Most Dominant Quarterback of All Time?

By Andrew Askins

This Sunday, Tom Brady won his seventh Super Bowl in 21 seasons that might have secured his spot as the greatest quarterback of all time. In his first season in Tampa, Brady turned around the Tampa Bay program and led them to their first playoff appearance since 2007 and their first Super Bowl since 2002. After a rocky 7-5 start to the season, they went 7-0 after a close loss to Kansas City. Once they made the playoffs they didn’t stop. They went on to prove why they should be in the Super Bowl by dominating the Chiefs 31-9. He has now proved why he should be the most dominant quarterback in NFL history.

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