The addition of WR Randy Moss by the New England Patriots was without a doubt the biggest offseason transaction in the league. With the Patriots being underminned by a struggling passing game in 2006, the New England front office made it a point to go out into the free agent market and address this need. The signings of WR’s Wes Welker, Donte’ Stallworth, and Kelly Washington surely brought a agen bola terpercaya to the face of QB Tom Brady. The trade for Randy Moss from Oakland probably caused Brady to jum up and down on couches(a la Tom Cruise). All in all, the New England Patriots now have an incredible amount of weapons at their disposal for the passing game and has made the team the favorite to be Super Bowl champions. For their QB, 2007 could turn out to be a huge year for Tom Brady.
As far as fantasy is concerned, Brady has always been a solid tier 2 passer who owners could depend on week in and week out to put up solid all around numbers. The fact that he has made every start since replacing Drew Bledsoe four seasons ago gives Brady even more value due to the fact you never have to worry about injuries at a very injury-prone position. Tell that to Donovan McNabb owners how valuable that is. Now with all of the additions to the passing game, look for Brady to have a monster season in the TD and yardage department. Usually hovering between the 24-28 TD mark, expect Tom to stand more than a good chance of having his first 30 TD season. A 4,000 yard passing total is a given.
So when drafting a quarterback in your 2007 draft, it is suggested here that you let other owners grab Peyton Manning, Carson Palmer, and Drew Brees, while you wait until the third round to draft Brady. He may not be the most flashiest QB in the league, but Brady will put up numbers to rival anyone throwing a football in the 2007 campaign.