Tom Brady has been on a roller coaster ride the last nine months to say the least.
But. through the first two weeks of the 2015 NFL regular season , Brady ranks number one in yards, completions, touchdowns, and jersey sales (ironic considering the whole country is supposed to hate him right?)
In other words, don't annoy Tom Brady, you will lose. Buffalo learned that the hard way last Sunday.
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Although, it didn't start off too well for Brady's Patriots. The Patriots went down 7-0 right off the bat then proceeded to go three-and-out on their first offensive touch.
The crowd was rocking and the Bills seemed to be clicking, but then,Brady came storming back. Brady went on to throw for 466 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions in the game, leading the Patriots to a 40-32 win, putting them at 2-0 on the season.
This next paragraph will blow your mind. If Brady continues the path he's on, he's on pace to throw for 56 touchdowns, which would break the record set by Peyton Manning two seasons ago (55), and an astronomical 6,032 yards, which would by far be the most all time.
The Patriots are out on the single greatest revenge tour in the history of sports. Everyone's ultimate goal is to win the Super Bowl, but the Patriots should feel like this year is a must win.
After everything the NFL has put them through, their fans feel it is only right the Patriots hoist their fifth Lombardi Trophy.
New England plays host to the 1-1 Jaguars this Sunday at Gillette Stadium. Brady is one touchdown pass away from 400 on his career, and there's about a 100-percent chance he reaches that milestone in week three considering the way he's been playing.
The Jags might not be a walk in the park for the Pats as they beat Miami last Sunday and gave Carolina a run for their money until late in Week 1.
The Patriots need to be careful not to overlook Jacksonville because, who knows? Maybe Jacksonville could pull off the biggest upset of the year so far.
Regardless of what records Brady is about to break, head coach Bill Belichick is strictly focused on football:
"Look, Tom’s a great player,” he told the media this week.
“We’ve all said that plenty of times. But I don’t really care about any records this week. We really need to beat Jacksonville.
Whatever our team needs to do to beat them, that’s what we need to do, I don’t think setting records is — that’s a very, very low priority around here. Other than winning — the winning record’s what’s important."