Last season, Brady was his usual superstar self. He threw 39 touchdown passes, second most in his career only to the 50 he tossed in 2007. Brady had a career high 5,235 passing yards, second in the NFL to Drew Brees (5,476.)
Brady has a great chance to set a new career high in touchdown passes as well as in passing yards. He has a new wide receiver in Brandon Lloyd and the Patriots still have Wes Welker, Aaron Hernandez and Rob Gronkowski. New England has four superstar receivers, which means Brady may very well set career highs, and lead the Patriots to be one of the best, if not the top offense in the NFL.
The Patriots know what Welker, Hernandez and Gronkowski can do, but hopefully a Super Bowl champion quarterback can help bring Lloyd back to his 2010 season (1,448 yards, 11 touchdowns.)
Brady's bunch should be catching pass after pass. How many touchdown passes will Brady throw this season?