I’m pretty sure that, by the time I write this, Tom Brady will be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Famer’s Trophy.
I can’t say that I think he will win it.
I know he won’t, but it’s possible that Brady will do what he did in 2010, when he won a second Heisman Trophy, and win it again.
I’m not going to put it past Brady to do the same again.
His accomplishments in football and in life are unmatched, and he is the greatest of all time.
But, to me, it doesn’t matter how many times he wins the Super Bowl or how many yards he scores, because he’s not going anywhere.
That’s why I don’t see it happening.
It won’t happen for another 40 years.
The next Tom Brady won’t be inducted into the Hall in 2020, because the league’s rules require the player to be 30 years old.
And, of course, he’ll never get there.
I think, as with any great sport, there will be winners and losers, and it will be interesting to see which players and teams make the right choices, but, for now, Tom and his contemporaries are guaranteed the Super-Bowl in 2021.
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