The three-time NFL MVP Tom Brady is not just a name of a player; it is also a name of frustration for the players playing against him, as Bills star Jordan Poyer recently acknowledged in a podcast.
The greatest quarterback in the history of the NFL holds the record for most career passing yards in both the regular season (89,214) and the playoffs (80,358), surpassing Drew Brees (13,400). Tom has won a record-breaking seven Super Bowls, the most of any player in NFL history. He has also won a record-tying five Super Bowl MVP awards.
What did Jordan say regarding the greatest QB Tom Brady?
In an appearance on the BS with Jake Paul podcast Poyer revealed his mental statement while playing against Brady. Although the Bills’ safety acknowledged that Tom Terrific is destructive and a name to fear for any player playing against his team, he showed no fear when facing him or any other players.
“Did I fear playing him? No. I don’t fear playing nobody,” said Bills safety Jordan Poyer in an appearance on the BS with Jake Paul podcast.
Jordan then jokingly expressed his irritation at the time of playing against the 45-year-old and said he detested doing so. The safety acknowledged the former Buccaneers as being just one of those people who always look to find a way to triumph, and it is frustrating as Tom ultimately managed to defeat him.
“But did I hate playing him? Yes.”
The Bills’ star then dragged the stat of him against Brady as he lost all the matches played against Tom.
“In my 10-year career of playing Tom 11 times, I’m 0-11 against Tom.”
It actually reflects a great player who never regrets admitting his failure in order to respect a rival, achieving greater success than he has. Poyer acknowledged that despite his frustration, playing against Brady has been a beneficial learning experience for him and his teammates.
The great player remains always an inspiration for other players throughout their outstanding career and Brady is one of them. Even his advance could not create any barrier to his success. At the age of 41 years, he led the Patriots to an overtime victory over the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game.
With the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, after 20 seasons with the New England Patriots, the greatest playing career of TD in NFL history came to an end.