Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Because I haven't written about Tom Brady's stats yet this season...

A few numbers for though as Tom Brady and the Patriots' second eff-you tour (the first being the post-Spygate 16-0 season in 2007) head back to the "scene of the crime" in Indianapolis:

  • Brady leads the NFL with a 121.5 passer rating.
  • He's also first with an average of 347 passing yards per game, 21 more than Drew Brees' 326.
  • Brady is 116-for-160, his 72.5 completion percentage is the highest of any quarterback to throw more than 67 passes.
  • His 11 touchdown passes are tied for third, but Aaron Rodgers (13), Carson Palmer (13) and Andy Dalton have all played one more game than him.  Brady's average of 2.75 TD passes per game is No. 1 in the league.
  • Brady is the only regular starting QB in the NFL who hasn't been intercepted.  All other QBs in the league who have yet to throw an interception have tossed just four TD passes combined.

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