Thursday, February 2, 2012

Super Bowl 2012: Is this Year a Fourth Super Bowl Title for Tom Brady?

A fourth Super Bowl title means a lot to Tom Brady and if Tom Brady wins a fourth Super Bowl title, where does that place him among the all-time greats?

A lot of debate was seen on popular social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter asking for questions about the Super Bowl 2012 title between the New England Patriots and New York Giants. If ever the Giants win, all were debating whether Eli Manning has had a better career than his brother Peyton. And if ever Patriots win,  it will be a fourth Super Bowl title for Tom Brady, and it will takes him to be the greatest quarterback the NFL has ever produced.

Comments have been flooding over Twitter saying that if the New England Patriots win their fourth Super Bowl with Tom Brady at quarterback, it will definitely seems fair to consider him now among the top three or four quarterbacks of all time.

Although Brady has benefited from the game's emphasis on passing in recent years, he's managed to keep winning with some very questionable skill position players prior to this season. The Patriots won back-to-back Super Bowls in 2004 and 2005 with guys like David Givens and Deion Branch operating as the number one receiver.
He got a great season from Cory Dillon in 2004, but 2005 saw Dillon lead the team with 733 rushing yards. Brady has proven he can win with dominant teams like he did in 2004, and he's proven he can pull off the stunning upset like he did in 2001.

According to other comments, Tom Brady has already earned the title of an all-time great quarterback and with the three Super Bowl titles on his fingers. Eventhough he loses his shot at a fourth Super Bowl, nothing will change. However if he wins that fourth ring, he will be one of three quarterbacks with four Super Bowl titles. Terry Bradshaw and Joe Montana are the other two.

Let us all find out if Tom Brady will shine out and grab the fourth Super Bowl title as the Super Bowl 2012 live stream will be available at NBC Sports on February 5, 2012.  Please standby for live coverage and updates.

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