There is absolutely no way anybody needed more proof to make sure Tom Brady is accurate throwing the football. After all, the New England Patriots quarterback was voted as the NFL’s No. 1 player in 2018. But just in case, the legend put on a unique display of talent on social media over the weekend.
In order to get ready to report to Gillette Stadium for training camp this week, the 40-year-old Brady decided to put on shoulder pads, a helmet, and drop a complete dime to someone on a moving golf cart.
That’s right, Brady, who many feel is already the greatest of all-time, pulled off the pass of the offseason.
And he made it look easy.
That wasn’t just your ordinary, random guy on the back of the golf cart either. It was friend and former Patriots star wide receiver Wes Welker, who is now an assistant coach for the Houston Texans.
This entire video is pretty great, and there are so many underrated parts to it.
The fact Brady and Welker completed another deep pass was cool. The fact it was a crazy post route on a golf cart was even better.
But the fact Brady is in pads in his backyard, and then turns around before the throw even gets there is as hilarious as it is epic.
How many takes did Brady actually get before making this viral sensation?
If it’s only one take, might as well throw this video to Canton, too.
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A five-time Super Bowl Champion, Brady is coming off one of his best statistical seasons, completing over 66 percent of his passes for 4,566 yards with 32 touchdowns and eight interceptions on his way to the 2017 Most Valuable Player and another Super Bowl appearance.
The Patriots, of course, fell to the Philadelphia Eagles, 41-33, in Super Bowl LII.
So while Brady prepares for another season on the gridiron and already has the accolades to be considered one of the best to ever play the game, just know he can be ridiculously accurate dropping dimes to receivers on a moving golf cart, too.