45-year-old Tom Brady has reacted to being voted #1 player in the NFL’s top 100.
On Sunday, the NFL released the final top 10 of the top 100 players LIST, voted solely by the players themselves.
Brady earned the top spot over players like Aaron Donald and Aaron Rodgers.
For the 4th time since 2011, @TomBrady is chosen by his peers as the No. 1 player in the #NFLTop100. pic.twitter.com/SsNShIoYcx
— NFL (@NFL) August 29, 2022
On Monday morning, Brady reacted to his ranking on Twitter.
This is just a testament to the family, teammates, coaches, staff, and every single one of you who’ve supported me along the way. Thank you all. Let’s go get another one.
This is just a testament to the family, teammates, coaches, staff, and every single one of you who've supported me along the way. Thank you all. Let's go get another one. @Buccaneers https://t.co/yTencKjCBC
— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) August 29, 2022
Brady is coming off a strong 2021 season where he led the NFL in pass attempts, passing yards, and touchdown passes which players felt was enough to propel him to being the top-ranked player in the league.
Brady, the NFL’s oldest active player at 45 years old, reclaims the Top 100’s No. 1 spot for the fourth time since the list’s inception in 2011. Brady posted career-high numbers in completions (485) and passing yards (5,316) while tossing 43 touchdowns to just six interceptions in what was his 22nd season in the league. At this point, Brady’s year-by-year stats are merely padding every all-time quarterback record he holds, but the Bucs QB continues to compete at a high level and is sure to contend for his eighth Super Bowl ring in 2022. As if he doesn’t hold enough regular-season and playoff QB records, Brady owns all Top 100 accolades since his No. 1 debut 12 seasons ago and has yet to receive a ranking lower than No. 14 (2020). The context of Brady’s legendary career is often unfathomable and it shall continue in Year 23 following the G.O.A.T.’s 40-day long retirement this offseason.