Tom Brady adds to his resume.
However, nobody can talk anymore noise about the 41-year-old signal caller because he just entered the elite 1,000-yard rushing yards club when the Patriots beat the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday afternoon at Gillette Stadium.
On Instagram Monday, the Patriot quarterback said he could call it a career after reaching the milestone he most coveted.
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As Brady got into his vehicle, he shut the trolling down and said there's still work to do. "We have guys who do multiple things and line up anywhere".
Of course, Brady knew that he had finally eclipsed the mark.
After a stretch in which they won three straight games in October, the Vikings have lost three of their past five games. Penalties and a lack of success on third down - they started 5 of 6 and finished 2 of 8 - were the biggest culprits. "So we'll watch the film and try to get better". Quarterback Tom Brady found Gordon wide open in the middle of the field and the athletic receiver easily took it to the house for a 24-yard score. He's accomplished everything there is to do in football and he made a decision to retire after the career milestone... for a few seconds.
Just like the balance and diversity the Patriots once again displayed on offense.