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Tom Brady has achieved what many people in the world can do to achieve everything. He has a glamorous career, a Super Bowl championship and three Super Bowl MVP awards, a super model girlfriend. Yeah, who doesn’t want them when they’re so young? Tom Brady is indeed someone who might be an idol to many people Tom

Tom Brady was born in San Mateo, California on August 3, 1977, the son of Tom and Gaylinn Brady. Juno Serra High School Brady was a successful American football player and played good baseball. Like a lot of QB, he equalized the many records of his school. He received MVP awards. Okay, so, Brady, john Elway, Michael Vick, baseball like American football. In 1995, he was chosen by Montreal as the 18th catcher of the MLB draft, but he did not want to go to MLB.

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Instead, she decided to go to college. Michigan (1997-99) also played. During her career, she was successful in 442 of the 710 trials and scored 35 touchdowns. And he made many more records. At the end, it was time to be professional. When Tom Brady was chosen by the New England Patriots from the second place on the seventh he didn’t expect anyone to be such a good QB. Nobody predicted that he would play Super Bowl three times and win and win MVP awards. But now he’s got three Super Bowl titles and MVP awards before he’s twenty-eight. Anyway, let’s not mess this up. Brady can only play 1 match with the disadvantage of being a 6th in the Rookie season with a QB, and he was successful in one of 3 pass attempts. The first pass is J.R. A six-yard pass to Redmond.

In 2001, Brady was in the first place in 14 of the 15 games he played in the regular season. This season’s team as well as the QB Drew Bledsoe injured in the chance of evaluating the chance to pass a total of 2,813 yards Brady was passing. He was successful in 246 of 413 pass attempts and also gave 19 TD passes and 12 incorrect passes. The season was finishing with 86.5 QB rating and had a very nice season. He was making his first win in Indianapolis, about 20 days later in San Diego, where he gave Terry Glenn a TD pass of 21 yards, and this was the first TD pass for his career. In his first post-office match against Oakland (1st chart in the deep chart), Brady was playing a really good game, and he was helping New England win the match. . Brady was in full form on February 3, the day the Super Bowl was played. Brady, who was successful in 12 of his 18 pass attempts, also had a TD pass. The Patriots became the champion and Brady Super Bowl XXXVI was MVP.

In 2002 Brady gave 28 TD pass. 601 pass was successful in 373 and only 14 incorrect pass. Brady was becoming one of the best QBs in the NFL in 2002, making a huge record of the season. He was elected twice a week at the AFC conference. Patriots were defeating Pittsburgh in the 30-14 match with Brady 18/25. In the Kansas City match, the 400 was a total of 400 yards, making it the 4th place in the history of the Patriots. He was playing with 36/53 in the San Diego match and had 2 TD passes. In short, 2002 was a bad season for the beautiful Patriots for Brady compared to the previous one.

In 2003, the Patriots wanted the Super Bowl championship again. After the defeat of Buffalo in 0-31, he became one of the biggest shareholder of the Patriots to win 15 consecutive games and in 2003 the New England finals. I’m not saying the NFL is the most beautiful but it was one of the most colorful finals Super Bowl XXXVIII. Also in one of the pay per view channels, we saw the Lingerie Bowl, the Lingerie Bowl in which the super models wearing lingerie played the American football, and there was a Janet Jackson case in the extra-circuit show. With the excitement at the highest level, Patriots became champion and Brady MVP became the champion. Brady gave 3 TD passes in this match and became one of the six QBs who won the Super Bowl twice.

In 2004, he was in the first chart in 16 of 16 games. Pro Bowl was elected for the second time after 2001. Brady had 28 TD passes in the regular season, and the highest QB rate of his career was at 92.6. Thanks to Brady’s outstanding performance, New England was once again eligible to play in the Super Bowl. According to the Super Bowl last year, New England was the champion by defeating the Eagles 24-21, but this time the MVP was not Brady but Deion Branch, but Brady was third in the title, taking a step closer to becoming a legend between Joe Montana and Teddy Bradshaw.

In 2005, Brady was the fourth in the history of the NFL, winning his 4th title, and not in the history of the NFL. Brady was in Pro Bowl for the third time in 2005 and was selected as the captain of the attack team by his teammates. He was 78th in his career and won 26 TDs in the season and was successful in 334 of the 530 round-off entries but was eliminated in Denver on the New England postseason. Brady’s hopes were set for the next season.

That’s Tom Brady’s career. Is it really amazing? Who is to be drafted by both NFL and MLB teams, to be one of the hall of fame of his high school, to achieve success in college, to find a model, to be Beckham of the NFL, to play in the Super Bowl and even to be MVP 3 times, even to MVP in two million dollars it doesn’t want to win and be an idol to many people. Well, I’m willing to give any of these, but Tom Brady has it all. Maybe we can’t say the best QB of the league for Tom Brady right now, but we can call him the best or the luckiest of the league.

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The history and tradition of the New York Giants is linked to pro football itself for one might have perished without the other in the early days of the National Football League. The late Tim Mara, now a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, purchased a franchise for $500 in 1925 and before the Giants’ first season had ended, he had invested another $25,000 to keep the franchise alive. A team in New York was thus assured. To a young NFL that was seeking national media and fan attendance, a team in the nation’s largest city was an absolute must.

Taylor_Lawrence_Team_ActionThe value of New York exposure was clearly demonstrated in December of the first season when more than 70,000 turned out at the Polo Grounds to see the Giants play the Chicago Bears, who had just signed Red Grange, the most famous pro football player of the 1920s.

The very next season (1926), Grange and his agent formed a rival American Football League and placed their flagship team, the Yankees, in New York to battle the Giants head-to-head. It proved to be a costly battle but the Giants and the NFL won. The AFL lasted only one year.

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In their third season in 1927, the Giants won their first NFL championship behind a defense led by tackle Steve Owen that permitted an all-time low of 20 points in 13 games. Owen became the Giants’ coach in 1930. He held the job for 23 seasons and wound up with a 153-108-17 record. He still ranks ninth in all-time coaching victories. The Giants enjoyed some of their finest seasons during the Owen years. Beginning with the start of divisional play in 1933, the Giants won eight Eastern division titles in 14 seasons and NFL championships in 1934 and 1938. Ken Strong, a triple-threat halfback and a premier placekicker, and Mel Hein, a center-linebacker who didn’t miss a game in 15 seasons, were Giants standouts through most of the 1930s and 1940s.

With the coaching of first Jim Lee Howell in the late 1950s and Allie Sherman in the early 1960s, the Giants won the NFL title in 1956 and six NFL Eastern championships in eight years from 1956 to 1963. Such stars as Y. A. Tittle, Frank Gifford, Roosevelt Brown, Emlen Tunnell and Andy Robustelli led New York’s annual chase to the title game. From 1964 to 1985, the Giants remained out of championship contention. With Bill Parcells at the helm, they won NFC Eastern division crowns in 1986, 1989 and 1990. They concluded the 1986 and 1990 campaigns with victories over Denver in Super Bowl XXI and Buffalo in Super Bowl XXV.

From the start, the Giants have been a family enterprise. Founder Tim Mara’s sons, Jack and Wellington, succeeded him and Tim Mara II served for many years as the club’s vice president. Wellington Mara and Preston Robert Tisch, who purchased 50 percent of the club in 1991, served as co-chief executive officers until their deaths in 2005. In 2007, the Giants, led by quarterback Eli Manning and defensive end Michael Strahan, defeated the previously unbeaten New England Patriots to capture the Super Bowl XLII championship. Manning and the Giants won a second Super Bowl four years later in a rematch against the Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI.

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Green Bay Packers, American professional gridiron football team based in Green Bay, Wisconsin. One of the most-storied franchises in the history of the sport, the Packers have won the most championships, 13 in total, of any National Football League (NFL) team.

In 1919 Curly Lambeau and George Calhoun organized a group of men into a football team that soon managed a winning record against other amateur teams from Wisconsin, Michigan, and Minnesota. Lambeau, a shipping clerk for the Indian Packing Company, convinced his employer to donate money for the uniforms and, in the process, lent the nickname “Packers” to the team. With Lambeau serving as head coach and playing halfback, in 1921 the Packers entered the recently formed American Professional Football Association, which a year later would become the NFL. However, the team struggled with financial problems to the point of having to forfeit an entire season. In 1923 the team became a publicly owned nonprofit corporation supported by the people of Wisconsin and has remained so ever since.

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Despite their rough financial start, the Packers won three consecutive championships from 1929 to 1931, with lineups that were laden with future Hall of Famers, including tackle Cal Hubbard, guard Mike Michalske, and halfback John (“Blood”) McNally. In 1935 the team added Don Hutson, who proceeded to redefine the wide receiver position and helped the Packers win championships in 1936, 1939, and 1944. Lambeau—who stopped playing for the team in 1929—stepped away from head coaching duties in 1949, and the team struggled for wins throughout the next decade: the Packers posted a losing record seven times between 1950 and 1958.

The team’s most successful period was in the 1960s, under the legendary coach Vince Lombardi, who had been hired in 1959. Lombardi’s Packer teams in the ’60s were stocked with talent, boasting future Hall of Fame players on offense and defense: quarterback Bart Starr, fullback Jim Taylor, halfback Paul Hornung, tackle Forrest Gregg, linebacker Ray Nitschke, end Willie Davis, tackle Henry Jordan, cornerback Herb Adderley, and safety Willie Wood. They won championships in 1961 and 1962 and followed with three straight championships starting in the 1965–66 season. On January 15, 1967, in the inaugural Super Bowl, the Packers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 35–10. They successfully defended their Super Bowl title the following year against the Oakland Raiders, 33–14.

Lombardi left the Packers after their second Super Bowl championship, and Green Bay entered into a long period of relative futility, with just two play-off appearances in the 25 seasons between 1968 and 1992. Some of the team’s scarce highlights during that period included the play of Hall of Fame wide receiver James Lofton, who starred for Green Bay from 1978 to 1986, and (ultimately unsuccessful) coaching stints by past Packers greats Starr and Gregg.

In 1992 the Packers brought in head coach Mike Holmgren and quarterback Brett Favre, who were the key pieces in the team’s renaissance in the 1990s. Beginning in 1993, Green Bay qualified for the postseason in six straight years, including two NFC championships and subsequent trips to the Super Bowl. The team’s third Super Bowl appearance, in 1997, was a success: they defeated the New England Patriots 35–21. However, they did not repeat their win the following year against the Denver Broncos. After that loss Holmgren left the Packers for a job with the Seattle Seahawks, but the team remained a play-off contender into the 21st century. Favre acrimoniously left the Packers in 2008, and the Packers’ offense was given over to young star quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

In 2011 Rodgers guided the sixth-seeded Packers to three postseason road victories—including a win over their longtime rival the Chicago Bears in the NFC championship game—to earn a berth in Super Bowl XLV against the Pittsburgh Steelers, whom the Packers defeated to capture their fourth Super Bowl championship. The Packers won their first 13 games of the 2011 season en route to finishing the year with a 15–1 record. The team was a heavy favourite to win its second consecutive Super Bowl but was upset at home by the New York Giants in Green Bay’s first play-off game.

The team returned to the NFC championship game following the 2014 season but lost in heartbreaking fashion to the Seattle Seahawks after the Packers held a 12-point lead with just over two minutes to play in regulation. The team was once again painfully eliminated from the postseason the following year when Rodgers led a thrilling 96-yard drive with under a minute left to tie a divisional play-off game against the Arizona Cardinals only to see Arizona win the contest just three plays into overtime. In 2016 Rodgers led the Packers to six straight wins to close out the regular season and win a division title. His strong play continued in the play-offs, where he guided the team to a surprising appearance in the NFC championship game (a loss to the Atlanta Falcons). Rodgers missed nine games of the 2017 season with a broken collarbone, and, without the team’s star quarterback for much of the season, Green Bay’s streak of eight consecutive postseason appearances ended.

From 1933 to 1994 the Packers elected to play some of their home games each year in Milwaukee to benefit from the larger market. Beginning in 1995, all home games were played at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, notwithstanding that city’s small size (it did not exceed 100,000 residents until 2000) compared with virtually all other cities that have NFL franchises.

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Oakland Raiders, American professional gridiron football team based in Oakland, California, that plays in the National Football League (NFL). The Raiders have won three Super Bowl championships (1977, 1981, and 1984), one American Football League (AFL) championship (1967), and four American Football Conference (AFC) titles. Viewed by many as the “villains” of the NFL because of their historic tendency for rough play, the Raiders embody the motto coined by longtime owner Al Davis: “Just win, baby.”

The Raiders were founded in 1960 as one of the eight original teams of the AFL. After three losing seasons, the franchise hired Davis in 1963 to serve as the team’s head coach and general manager. He implemented a “vertical” passing attack, which relied on long throws downfield to stretch the opposing defense, and quickly turned the team into a contender. After a three-month stint as AFL commissioner in 1966, Davis became a part-owner of the Raiders and began buying out (and, in some cases, forcing out) the other owners, ultimately gaining complete control of the team in 1976.

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With an offense starring quarterback Daryle Lamonica and centre Jim Otto, the Raiders won the AFL championship in December 1967, a victory that sent the team to its first Super Bowl the following January (a loss to the Green Bay Packers). John Madden was hired as head coach in 1969, and under his guidance the Raiders became an elite team, posting consecutive winning seasons during Madden’s 10-year tenure with the team and taking the franchise’s first Super Bowl (1977). It was during this period that the Raiders forged an image as a team of tough, take-no-prisoners players—such as future Hall of Fame offensive linemen Jim Otto, Gene Upshaw, and Art Shell; linebacker Ted (“the Stork”) Hendricks; defensive end Ben Davidson; and cornerback Willie Brown—who would occasionally cross the line into dirty play. Those teams also featured an additional trio of future Hall of Fame players in tight end Dave Casper, kicker George Blanda, and wide receiver Fred Biletnikoff, as well as fiery quarterback Ken (“the Snake”) Stabler. Madden’s successor, Tom Flores (who was the Raiders’ first starting quarterback), shepherded the team to another Super Bowl victory in 1981.

Davis had been long upset about the conditions of the Raiders’ home stadium when, in 1980, he signed a memorandum of agreement promising to move the franchise to Los Angeles. The NFL blocked the move, but Davis won a landmark antitrust lawsuit against the league in 1982, and the Raiders immediately relocated. The team qualified for the playoffs in each of their first four seasons in Los Angeles, which included another Super Bowl title in 1984. The teams of the 1980s featured three future Hall of Famers—running back Marcus Allen, defensive lineman Howie Long, and cornerback Mike Haynes—and multisport sensation Bo Jackson, who excelled in both Major League Baseball and the NFL.

Davis soured on the stadium in Los Angeles over the years, and he moved the franchise back to Oakland in 1995. The Raiders struggled in the years after their second move, but, behind a high-powered offense led by quarterback Rich Gannon and wide receivers Tim Brown and Jerry Rice, they advanced to the Super Bowl in 2003, which they lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. From 2003 to 2015 the franchise was marked by a lack of success on the field, poor personnel decisions, and a fractious front office, all of which considerably damaged the famed Raiders’ mystique.

In 2016 Oakland suddenly turned the corner, winning 12 games and qualifying for a playoff spot, but it was a short-lived turnaround, and the Raiders fell back to 10 losses the following year. In 2018 the Raiders rehired head coach Jon Gruden (who had previously coached the team from 1998 to 2001), giving him the longest and richest coaching contract in NFL history, but the team posted a 4–12 record in his first season back at the helm.