Pro Football Focus recently posted an article on ESPN.com stated that Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is no longer a top-five quarterback in the NFL.
Brady made it clear on Monday the only stats that matter to him are wins.
“I think that people watch the games on TV because there is a scoreboard. I think that’s what it is all about,” he said, via ESPNBoston.com. “If there was no scoreboard, then people wouldn’t tune in and watch. There’s only one stat that matters, and that’s because the competition in the NFL is very high, extremely high on a daily basis.
“You can’t sit here and compare one year to another year or compare this player to that player. I think winning games is the most important thing, certainly for this organization. When you come here, you learn that pretty quickly. Whatever matters to you as an individual, it’s far distant to what the team goals are. And the team goals are one thing — to score more points than the other team.”