Tom Brady continues to inspire rule changes in the NFL.
There’s the “tuck rule,” and whatever other modifications were made stemming from the Deflategate scandal’s playoff run.
And this year, among the many potential amendments submitted to the league, is one from the Los Angeles Rams after they were victim to Brady’s improvising.
In Week 11 of the 2020 season, Brady completed a pass (which was yards shy of converting a third down) after his initial toss was batted down by a defensive player right back into his hands.
Here’s the play in question:
Even at 43 years old, NFL teams are having to get really creative in trying to stop the seven-time Super Bowl champion.
We’ll see if the “Tom Brady rule” gets adopted next season.