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Tom Brady is one of the best (if not the best) best quarterbacks in the NFL today. With the mindset of evading hazards and trying to score on the football field, does this help when playing golf? Back9Network and Chris Chaney, Wrong Fairway sat down with Tom to hear his take on golf and football!
Tom Brady could very well be considered the Tiger Woods of the football world. He’s undeniably gifted, incredibly divisive and a practitioner of questionable fashion. Last week, Brady bridged the gap between football and golf when talking about his ability to complete passes down the field. Responding to a question about his downfield prowess, Brady was told that he is completing 47.1% of his pass attempts between 21-30 yards, up from the 28.1% mark he posted in 2014. “Really? That’s surprising to me,” Brady said. “We’ve talked about that a lot over the last couple of years, trying to make plays more vertically in the defense. I think we do a good job obviously horizontally. From behind the line of scrimmage to the goal line, I think the best offenses can really challenge you in a lot of ways. It’s great to have those 12-and-13-play drives, but it’s great to score in one play or two plays also. Again, it’s a quarterback-receiver trust relationship, trying to put the ball can make a play on it and believing that our guy is going to make a play.” To read the rest of this article plus watch a video interview with Tom on the Golf Channel, go here! Source : Back9Network Chris Chaney, Wrong Fairway Pictures : Keith Allison