Tom Brady has all the best to be one of the best quarterbacks in NFL history on paper, but his success – especially at the age of 41 – sometimes contradicts logic and reason.
The three-time pro-bowler of NFL Carson Palmer does not describe the position he has played for fifteen seasons, with subtleties, first as a Bengali, then as a Raider and finally as a Cardinal.
"You can either do it or not," tells the former NFL quarterback Men's Health .
Being able to either "do" or not sounds like obvious logic, but Palmer's feeling expresses more of the hidden talent factor – the ability to do it is . of course, not immediately obvious: "You see a lot of people who make high pulls and only burn out – are not successful."
Since Palmer was first written in 2003 altogether, 10 of the last 15 number units were Quarterbacks Four of these players were also Heisman Trophy winners (including Palmer) – but only one of them s, Eli Manning, has become Super Bowl Champion. And then there's Brady.
Brady, who was selected by the Patriots in the sixth round in 2000 with the 199th of 254, was a tall but physically inconspicuous quarterback of the University of Michigan. The man now holds a record of five rings and will contest his sixth race this weekend, dominating the league with Thanos-like dominance. Brady also holds several other records, including most regular season wins, most combined passes (regular season and playoff) and most combined touchdowns.
So how can you predict who Tom Brady might be next? Palmer: "They do not do it."
Why Brady stands out
But Why it's so hard to predict the next Brady, and why has Brady managed to "if that's so" not many of his contemporaries?