Rob Gronkowski Perfectly Explains What Separates Tom Brady From Rest Of NFL

Tom Brady might not be the most accurate player in the league. During his 20-year NFL career, he’s never had the strongest arm or the fastest legs. Yet, there is something that separates Tom Brady from the rest of the NFL. He managed to accomplish more than any other quarterback in the history of the league. The 42-year-old has established himself as an exceptional signal-caller, something that is impeccable and perhaps quite challenging to attain.

So, what is the thing that separates Tom Brady from the rest of the NFL? Rob Gronkowski believes it all comes down to putting in the work.

“Just his work ethic, just that attention to detail,” Gronkowski said.

“First off, the attention to detail he puts into himself because if you don’t have the skillset, if you don’t have your health, how can you even go out there and play the game of football? So that starts first, and just the attention to detail that he does is second to none. That’s what makes him who he is. That’s why he’s the greatest quarterback to ever play the game. On top of it, he’s so healthy and he puts the attention to detail on the field because he can, because his body’s working and his mind’s working and his body is doing what it needs to do. Then he puts attention to detail on the field. You know, where the receiver needs to be, where he needs to be, how he needs to hand off the ball, all that type of stuff. So the attention to detail, the little, tiny details and taking it to the next level is what separates, I would say, himself from anyone else.”

Gronk On Brady’s Free Agency Status

As for Brady’s future, well, Gronk kept his thoughts for himself. When asked about the QB’s impending free agency, the future Hall of Fame said:

“I mean, that’s a lot of speculation out there that I don’t even — I sometimes read it and I’m like, ‘Dang, this is crazy how much speculation goes out there.’”

He added: “I would say that’s probably all what it is, too. It’s just all speculation and all that type of stuff. He’s been with New England for 19 years now, so, who knows. It would be weird to a lot of people I would say. I don’t know, man. I can’t foresee the future.”

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