You can like him or hate him or just ignore him, but Tom Brady has been rightly named the NFL’s G.O.A.T. for a reason. The guy’s won 5 Superbowl rings in his time and he’s been proven to be one of the most dominant quarterbacks in the history of the NFL. There are those that will argue the point until they’re blue in the face, but his stats and his performance kind of speaks for itself. So really, if you don’t like him, then you might want to stop reading.
Here’s what we might be able to expect when his book hits the stores in September.
5. It will likely be big hit in Boston.
If you’re a Patriots fan there’s a good chance that you might have to fight for a hardback copy in Boston. Brady is something of an idol in this region and his book, whether it’s all that great or not, will likely fly off the shelves at least for a week or so if not longer. His words are as close to divine as a Patriots fan can imagine, which brings us to the next point.
4. Patriots fans will treat it better than the Holy Bible.
This might seem a little blasphemous, but right around the time that the NFL season begins you’ll find that God is followed closely by Tom Brady in the minds of Patriots fans. Those that really don’t care about public opinion would likely reverse those two roles just to show their level of dedication to the team and the man.
3. A lot of NFL fans will either hate it or love it.
There’s plenty of love and hate in the NFL for certain players and Brady has felt quite a bit of both. He’s earned his spot without a doubt, but his antics on and off the field have tended to earn him a great deal of animosity as well. Some claim he’s kind of a crybaby when things don’t go his way, but others just smile and flash five fingers to denote how many championships he’s got. So love him or hate him the fact is that he’s here to stay for a little bit.
2. It will repeatedly mention his many championships.
If you thought it was going to be a book JUST on how to maintain a peak level of performance then you’re a little naïve. It’d be folly to think that Brady will mention his road to success without bringing up the end result more than a few times.
1. It will be a bestseller.
This is probably the most irritating part about the book and it’s okay. Even if it’s not that great or just so-so, it will likely be a bestseller because of who Tom Brady is. A lot of athletes could publish a book and it would sell just because of their name, not necessarily because it’s that good. But then think about the fan base and how forgiving they are, and you’ll understand why the numbers of this book should go sky high.
Brady is one of the greatest quarterbacks to ever play in the NFL, period. If you like him then you should be looking for this book. If not, then don’t sweat it.