Tom Brady vs. the NFL

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Tom Brady vs. the NFL: The Case for Football’s Greatest Quarterback

Fact: Tom Brady is the greatest quarterback in NFL history. And in Tom Brady vs. the NFL author Sean Glennon sets out to prove it. More than just a biography, this unique book establishes Brady’s prominent place in NFL history. Examining Brady’s skills and statistics and comparing him to other great QBs illustrates why New England’s field general is the best there is, was, and perhaps ever will be.

What’s Inside

The book also includes a foreword written by Pat Kirwan, senior analyst for NFL.com, co-host of SiriusXM NFL Radio’s Movin’ the Chains, author of  Take Your Eye Off the Ball: How to Watch Football by Knowing Where to Look, editorial consultant to The NFL Today on CBS, and longtime coach and front office guy.

To view the official Triumph Books press release, or to order copies direct from the publisher, visit Triumph’s product page.

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  2. [...] “Tom Brady Vs. The NFL” by Sean Glennon: The author makes a case for No. 12 being No. 1 all time. The book tracks Brady from his college experience at the University of Michigan to being a seventh round draft pick by New England up until he found stardom. The first part of the book is about the history of Brady’s rise to all-pro status, followed by numbers match-upArticle source: http://canton.patch.com/articles/patch-book-club-four-for-football-fix Tags: canton, georgia, news, politics, sixes [...]

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