In total, Brady's new bunch helped him earn an impressive 10. Super Bowl appearance, and it came in a game in which the Bucs could wipe the floor with the once thought to be insurmountable Chiefs. Brady wasn't retiring yet though, so you could expect an additional delay to that "gradual decline" we'd been hearing about for over a decade.
In what will go down as his last year an active player in Madden--barring any Favre-like remorse--Brady was the first player as a player in Madden 22, a player with a rating of 97 overall. He also appeared on with the Madden cover for the third time joining Patrick Mahomes, who was doing similar things.
Incredibly, he once more led the league in touchdowns along with yards, completions, and, to the first-time ever, attempted passes. He passed the ball more than 700 times. He also connected with 68% of those passes. He showed no signs of the aging process that has, to this point been unforgiving to anyone else in football, let alone all players with the wear and tear like Brady has.
Brady's status as an annually impressive Madden star and two-time Cover star are virtual trophies for one of the greatest players sports has ever offered us. Brady retires as the all-time top player in all categories of passing, including career yards and career touchdowns--not to mention his record-shattering seven Super Bowl victories.
There's been no NFL star as great as Tom Brady, and maybe there will never be. Losing the league is which is felt in the Madden community, which now must look elsewhere for a hero when they're competing for an important league title that must be won or trying to put together their Ultimate Team. Farewell to the greatest of all time.
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