The 2019 NFL season is finally here, which brings us to America's favorite pastime: fantasy football. While it's hard to control how well you did in your fantasy draft or even during the season (depending on injuries), there's one thing you can control—having the best fantasy football team name ever.
The New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers are in a class of their own among NFL teams. They’re the only teams with six Super Bowl titles apiece; eight of those have been won in the last 18 years. Current quarterbacks Ben Roethlisberger and Tom Brady are first-ballot Hall of Famers; the latter might be the best signal-caller of all time.
Most regard quarterback as the most important position in sports. But how do we judge a quarterback? Is it by production or winning games? That’s a good debate for another time. For now, let’s take a look at the list of QBs who have tossed the most touchdown passes in NFL history. It’s taken on added intrigue of late because there is about to be a change at the top. Barring injury, both Drew Brees and Tom Brady will pass Peyton Manning for the No. 1 spot on this prestigious list.
What are the best fantasy football team names for New England Patriots fans in 2019? Look no further. Whether you're looking for great, funny, clever, old, new or stupid fantasy football team names to match your favorite team — the New England Patriots — we've got it right here.
Tom Brady has already said he is not retiring so it appears that he will be adding to an NFL career that is arguably the best ever by a quarterback. His statistics, of course, are great, but his six Super Bowl rings and postseason play are unmatched.
You may agree or disagree with this ranking, but here's what I think are Tom Brady’s top 10 seasons.
The 17 years between the New England Patriots' and Los Angeles Rams' Super Bowl meetings tied the Dallas Cowboys' and Pittsburgh Steelers' rematch in Super Bowl XXX for the longest period between rematches in the history of the big game. Over the years, there have been eight rematches in Super Bowl history. Here is a brief history of them.
Tom Brady is arguably the greatest quarterback to ever play professional football. He also is one of the most polarizing because fans in the New England area seem to love him while others elsewhere see to hate him.
Regardless of where you live, if you do love Brady, you have plenty of solid reasons for doing so. Here are the top five.
Whenever Tom Brady does decide to call it a career, fans are then going to have to find something else to argue about for he is one of the most polarizing figures in professional sports. Some fans love him. Some fans hate him. Both have reasons that are justifiable.
The New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams are all set to square off on the NFL's biggest stage in Super Bowl LIII on Sunday in Atlanta. Marquee players such as Tom Brady, Jared Goff, Todd Gurley, Aaron Donald, and Rob Gronkowski (to name a few) will command most of the attention heading into Super Sunday. And justifiably so, as one of these star players will most likely exit Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Feb.