By Larry GLicken

There is little doubt about Tom Brady being one of the best NFL quarterbacks of all time. After he led the second half comeback against the Broncos last night, you can say the argument over who is the best can be put to rest.

Brady and his Patriots went into the locker room trailing 24-0 at half time. Nothing was going right for Brady and he came out in the second half and led his team to 21 unanswered 3rd quarter points.

Brady then was able to continue his offensive attack over the Manning led Broncos and would force the game to go into over time by putting up another touchdown in the 4th quarter.

Tom Brady completed 34 of the 50 passes he threw in the game for 344 yards and 3 touchdowns. It would have been easy to understand the Patriots losing the game, but that isn’t Tom Brady’s style.

There is no quit in this 36-year-old quarterback. He continues to strike back no matter how bad his team is getting beat.

Brady will go down in history as being one of the best if not the best quarterback to ever play the game. He has another gear and we saw it tow weeks in a row.

When the refs make a bad call, Tom Brady isn’t afraid to show his displeasure and he lets the refs know about it. He is one of the all time great to ever step foot onto an NFL field and he has already reserved his spot in Canton.

New England is now 8-3 on the season and Tom Brady did it with rookie receivers who didn’t even know how to play in the NFL this season.

Is he the best to ever play in the NFL, the argument isn’t over yet, but he is right up there with all the greats.

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