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Quarterback, New England Patriots

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Draft: 2000 Round 6 (33)
College: Michigan
Ht: 6’4”  Wt: 225 DOB: 1977-08-03 Age: 38

Season Stats
FF Today Default Scoring: Review Scoring
  PassingRushing Fantasy
Season Team G GS Cmp Att Cmp% Yard TD INTAtt Yard Avg TD FPts FPts/G
2000 NE 1 0 1 3 33.3 6 0 0 0 0 - 0 0.3 0.3
2001 NE 15 14 264 413 63.9 2,843 18 12 36 43 1.2 0 218.5 14.6
2002 NE 16 16 373 601 62.1 3,764 28 14 42 110 2.6 1 317.2 19.8
2003 NE 16 16 317 528 60.0 3,620 23 12 42 63 1.5 1 285.3 17.8
2004 NE 16 16 288 474 60.8 3,690 28 14 43 28 0.7 0 299.3 18.7
2005 NE 16 16 334 530 63.0 4,110 26 14 27 89 3.3 1 324.4 20.3
2006 NE 16 16 320 517 61.9 3,533 24 12 49 102 2.1 0 282.9 17.7
2007 NE 16 16 398 578 68.9 4,806 50 8 37 98 2.6 2 462.1 28.9
2008 NE 1 1 7 11 63.6 76 0 0 0 0 - 0 3.8 3.8
2009 NE 16 16 371 565 65.7 4,398 28 13 29 44 1.5 1 342.3 21.4
2010 NE 16 16 324 492 65.9 3,900 36 4 31 30 1.0 1 348.0 21.8
2011 NE 16 16 401 611 65.6 5,239 39 12 43 109 2.5 3 446.9 27.9
2012 NE 16 0 401 638 62.9 4,827 34 8 23 32 1.4 4 404.6 25.3
2012 (Projected) NE     427 667 64.0 4,936 37 11 27 53 2.0 1 406.1  

2015 Outlook
Depth Chart
At 34 years of age, Brady put together another stellar campaign, throwing for 5,239 yards with 39 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. The yardage total would have been a league record if not for Drew Brees throwing for even more yards with New Orleans. There doesn’t appear to be any slippage in Brady’s game as he enters his 13th season in the league and there is nothing to suggest that he isn’t capable of another MVP-caliber season in 2012. In fact, you could easily make the argument that he has the chance to improve on his 2011 production. Starting running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis left in free agency and his most likely replacements consist of a pair of largely unproven second-year players. At wide receiver, the team added a deep threat in Brandon Lloyd as well as a steady veteran producer in Jabar Gaffney. And at tight end, the Patriots feature the most lethal combination of pass receivers in league history in Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez. About the only negatives you can find are that Pro Bowl left tackle Matt Light has retired and left guard Logan Mankins is recovering from a torn ACL. Brady’s a top-three fantasy quarterback for 2012.
Fan. Tm. Player
QB1QB1 Tom Brady
QB2QB2 Jimmy Garoppolo
Patriots Depth Chart
News From The Past 90 Days
Injury Edelman, Brady cleared for Divisional Round     -- Mon Jan 11 6:20 pm --

Three other Patriots trending in right direction
Receiver Julian Edelman (broken foot), quarterback Tom Brady (ankle sprain) and linebacker Dont'a Hightower (MCL sprain) were all accounted for at Monday's practice, and will play Saturday versus the Chiefs, reports Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald. Pass rusher Chandler Jones (toe) and left tackle Sebastian Vollmer (ankle sprain) were also present Monday and could play this weekend, per Howe. Danny Amendola appears to be out of the woods with his late-December knee injury. (NFL.com)

FF Today's Take: It appears Brady will have his top two receivers (Rob Gronkowski and Edelman) for the first time since Week 10, when New England were still undefeated. With S Eric Berry playing some of the best football of his career and doing his part to shut down opposing tight ends, Edelman's health - and the health of the Patriots' offensive line - figures to be that much more important this weekend as New England faces Kansas City.
Injury Tom Brady's ankle feeling better     -- Wed Jan 6 12:01 pm --

QB preparing for next opponent, taking advantage of week of rest
FOXBORO, Mass. — Brady was spotted limping after the Patriots’ 20-10 loss, but he’s moving much better just three days removed from the sprained ankle. “I’m feeling better than I was a couple days ago,” Brady said Wednesday during his weekly news conference at Gillette Stadium. “We’ll try to take advantage of that (the playoff bye) as best as you can to feel good, because we’re going to need everybody a week from Saturday to be at their very best. It’s just a lot of time, obviously preparing for a lot of different scenarios. You try to do your best mentally to get ready, and physically, you’ve just got to put as much effort as you can to make yourself feel better.” (NESN,com)

FF Today's Take: There is no question that Tom Brady's ankle was hurt after last week. With lofty expectations to win another Championship, the extra week of rest comes at a critical point for the Patriots. A week of treatment might not be enough to get Brady's ankle back to 100% but it won't slow down his preparations in the coming week. Unless Brady is limited in practice next week, expect the Patriots signal caller to be a full go heading into their playoffs.
Injury Report: Brady dealing with high ankle sprain     -- Mon Jan 4 4:15 pm --

Patriots in need of rest for first week of playoffs
According to an ESPN report citing a league source, Tom Brady took an MRI that revealed an ankle sprain but no breaks or fractures. Brady is expected to be ready to play when the Patriots host a divisional round game at Gillette Stadium in two weeks. The injury occurred in the Pats' 20-10 loss to the Dolphins Sunday when Miami DE Ndamukong Suh rolled up on the back of Brady's legs while tackling the Patriots quarterback. Trainers and medical staff attended to Brady, who claimed he was "sore" after the game was over. (Boston Herald)

FF Today's Take: NFL Media's Albert Breer tweeted the injury is a high ankle sprain, so Brady is dealing with something more than the garden variety of ankle sprains. Brady is expected to be fine for the Divisional Round, although his ability to play at his usual level of effectiveness could be in some question. The bye week comes at a good time for the 38-year-old quarterback and the Patriots, who should get Julian Edelman back in time to help mask the deficiencies of the offensive line.
Injury Patriots' Julian Edelman practices     -- Wed Dec 16 4:15 pm --

Broken foot
After surprisingly participating in practice Friday, Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman, who broke his foot in November, practiced in pads Wednesday. According to WEEI.com, it's his first time practicing in pads since his injury. Meanwhile, The Boston Globe reported that Edelman ran without limping. Edelman's initial timetable to return was projected to be six-to-eight weeks. It's been a little more than four weeks since he suffered the initial injury. While his return to practice might not mean he's ahead of schedule, it certainly isn't bad news. (CBSSports.com)

FF Today's Take: The Patriots have no reason to rush one of Tom Brady's favorite targets back onto the field now that the team has clinched a division title. It looks like New England will have Julian Edelman back for their post-season while fantasy owners can only cross their fingers and keep him stashed on the bench as the year plays out.
Injury Gronk out, Amendola likely in     -- Fri Dec 4 5:20 pm --

Pats likely to get one offensive weapon back this week
Rob Gronkowski will miss this week's New England Patriots game versus the Philadelphia Eagles, as expected. The All Pro tight end has been ruled out for Week 13 with a knee injury. As NFL Media's Albert Breer points out, it's not a good sign for the next week's availability when the Patriots rule out a player on Friday. With Julian Edelman (foot) also sidelined, Tom Brady would benefit from Danny Amendola's return to the lineup. Amendola is expected to suit up, barring a setback. (NFL.com)

FF Today's Take: Last Friday, it looked as though Amendola would suit for the Pats' tilt with the Broncos but he was later ruled out. Amendola owners will want to monitor his status leading up to the 4:25 pm ET kickoff.
Injury Danny Amendola expected to play     -- Fri Nov 27 4:45 pm --

WR listed as questionable
New England Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola practiced on Friday, according to the Boston Herald's Jeff Howe. Amendola also got in a limited session on Thursday, indicating that the Patriots are preparing to suit him up for the Week 12 matchup with the Denver Broncos. The Patriots' slot receiver was featured heavily in the offense before exiting Week 11's victory over the Bills with a sprained knee. However, it appears that Amendola is not in danger of being kept out of action on Sunday. (SB Nation)

FF Today's Take: Amendola is a must-start this weekend as Tom Brady's second-best receiving option after Rob Gronkowski. The diminutive receiver is in line for his third straight week with more than 10 targets.

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