Why NFL Removed Tom Brady From Its ‘Superstar Club’ Ahead Of 2019 Season

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is the greatest football player of all times. He won six Super Bowls and has three NFL MVP awards. Brady won’t give up on his career in near future, and he is ready to won another Super Bowl. NFL.com updates its Superstar Club which brings out the best of the NFL. One player goes out and another comes in. Dan Hanzus decided to remove Brady.

“Put down your pitchforks, Patriot Nation,” he wrote. “Brady could throw 35 interceptions and get benched in Week 9 and he’ll still be the best quarterback who ever lived. But winning another Super Bowl in February didn’t change the fact that there were some signs of slippage in the soon-to-be 42-year-old’s game in 2018. He struggled with downfield accuracy and seemed skittish in the pocket at times. He missed open receivers. He looked … human. Now factor in the retirement of Rob Gronkowski, the Patriots‘ meh remaining pass-catchers and New England’s run-heavy offensive philosophy. Brady can still get the job done, but do we really expect him to be an elite player at his position forever? That’s not possible, right? Right?”

Deshaun Watson from the Houston Texas in in.

“Before the 2017 NFL Draft, Clemson coach Dabo Swinney warned franchises against passing on Watson, saying they’d be remembered like the NBA teams that passed on Michael Jordan,” Hanzus added wrote. “Two years in, Watson has all the look of the transformative presence the Texans believed they were getting with the 12th overall pick. Watson was a stud in his first full season as starter in 2018, accounting for 31 of Houston’s 38 offensive touchdowns and showing no ill-effects from the knee injury that prematurely ended his rookie season. We’re not ready to say that the Texans fixed their woeful offensive line in the offseason, but it honestly couldn’t get any worse. Add in a healthy Will Fuller and fellow superstar DeAndre Hopkins, and Watson is primed to take his game to an even higher level in Year 3.”

Well, the Patriots nation won’t like any of this. Brady is the GOAT, and Hanzus forgot that.

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