Six Hall Of Fame Quarterbacks Describe What Makes Tom Brady Greatest Ever

Tom Brady is the greatest quarterback of all time for plenty of football fans around the globe, but it appears that’s the case with six Hall of Fame signal-callers, as well.

Roger Staubach, Dan Fouts, Joe Namath, John Elway, Kurt Warner and Jim Kelly all said Brady is the best of all time in their respective opinions, and they shared their arguments as to why in the NFL Network special, “Roundtables.”

NFL Network shared a tease ahead of the episode’s airing Friday, and we got to hear a few of the answers.

“Brady has got an amazing ability to read the defense quickly and going to the right receiver,” Staubach said. “Because you don’t have a whole lot of extra time anymore.

“You know, from what I’ve surmised after watching Tom, he’s had some great opportunities because of his team and his experience,” Namath said. “And he’s owned up, he’s stepped up. He’s answered that challenge more times than anybody and he’s brilliant. If you gotta say ‘who’s the best of all time,’ well given the numbers, being the championships, Tom is. But still, you go back, (Joe) Montana was special. (Terry) Bradshaw was special.”

Check out the clip below:

New England’s signal-caller looks to answer his latest test Monday when the Patriots take on the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium.

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