Nick Wright shares how Tom Brady’s career is similar to Jerry Rice’s
– And you saw in, if you were, at least the stre– I was watching online, and so– because we were in the car on the way to the game. But I think over the air as well, you saw these commercials for that documentary series he’s doing. He talks about, like, you’re going to have to sacrifice. You’re going to have to sacrifice time with your family, this, that. Because he’s chasing something.
I want to– I know how much you love, CC, these blind reveals. I want to show America two Hall of Famers. Can we show this? Here are two Hall of Fame resumes. Left hand side, 197 touchdowns, 93 ratings, three Super Bowl wins, one loss. Right hand side, 291 touchdowns, a 101 rating, two Super Bowl wins, one loss. Show America who these two people are, if we could.
That’s Brady pre-ACL and post-ACL. Either one of those on its own make the Hall of Fame. And by the way, the one on the right doesn’t even include this year’s Super Bowl he just got into, because we don’t know if they’re going to win or lose it. That is– there are two players in the history of football that I believe it’s true, you could take just half their career, and they get one of your gold jackets. Jerry Rice and Tom Brady, it is as remarkable of a sustained run of excellence as we’ve ever seen in sport.