Patriot quarterback Tom Brady has never relented to end the regular season. He played deep in New England's Week 17 victory over the Jets. This victory secured a playoff bye.
And as New England prepare for the Chargers in a Divisional Round playoff game today, Brady helps. Sources say Brady is as healthy as he has been since he started the season, and had made good use of the Bye.
Brady used to fight with an MCL sprain. In his worst statistical season since 2014, Brady was clearly affected.
Brady arrives today, having thrown 4,355 meters and completed 65.8 percent of his passes. In a season in which the average performance of the QB has increased dramatically, it has a rating of 97.7 passengers. Maybe his knee bothered him more than he noticed.
The injury occurred when Brady slipped, kicked and then played a double pass against the Titans on 1
At various times, one saw him playing on his knee brace or breaking off his warm-up practice before the game. There are no structural damages in the knee, sources say. Apart from a physical exit, nothing is planned for his knee after the season.
In late December, Brady talked about his knee injury with WEEI-FM in Boston and said, "I was knee-jerked for three weeks in the injury report, but I practice every day since I left the sport and I feel I really have it, everyone has small bumps and bruises. "