What did Tom Brady do in 2007?

What did Tom Brady do in 2007?

The one-year leap Brady took — in his eighth season, at age 30 — defied explanation. He led the NFL in completion percentage (68.9), pass yards, (4,806), touchdown passes (50) and yards per attempt (8.3). All while throwing only eight interceptions and being sacked 21 times.

Did the Patriots go undefeated in 2007?

The 2007 New England Patriots were the first NFL team to achieve a perfect 16-0 regular season record, and seemed destined to go down as the greatest team ever until their stunning defeat in Super Bowl XLII.

How good were 2007 Patriots?

The Patriots scored no fewer than 34 points in each of their first eight games of the season and scored over 30 points in all but four games. Brady would set an NFL record with 50 touchdown passes on the season, completing 68.9 percent of his passes for 4,806 yards.

How many touchdowns did Tom Brady throw in 2007?

1) Overall Numbers. 2007: Tom Brady completed 398 of 578 passes for 4806 yards. He threw 50 touchdown passes.

When was Tom Brady best season?

Tom Brady: Ranking the 10 Best Seasons of His Career

  • 2014.
  • 2018.
  • 2021. (13-4, NFC South Champions, lost to Los Angeles Rams in Divisional Round)
  • 2017. (13-3, AFC East champs, lost to Philadelphia in Super Bowl LII)
  • 2011. (13-3, AFC East champs, lost to New York Giants in Super Bowl XLVI)

What was Tom Brady’s worst year?

2003. Let’s be real here: the Patriots didn’t go 14-2 and win a Super Bowl because of Brady. His 3,620 yards were the second-lowest he would ever put up in a full season, and his 23 touchdowns were his worst full-season total.

Who caught Tom Brady’s 100th TD pass?

28, 2003. Brady notched his 100th TD on a strike to TE Daniel Graham in the Patriots’ 27-17 loss to Carolina on Sept. 18, 2005. Brady hit Randy Moss for his 150th TD in the Patriots’ 38-14 win over the New York Jets on Sept.

When did Brady get hurt in 2008?

Patriots seasons In the season opener, quarterback Tom Brady, the NFL’s MVP in 2007, suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament during their season-opening victory against the Chiefs and missed the remainder of the season. Backup quarterback Matt Cassel replaced Brady.