There are very few athletes, if any, that you could say are more competitive than New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. It’s not simply because of the winning. Sure, he is the most successful quarterback in the history of the game in terms of Super Bowl victories, as he currently sits at five Super Bowl wins, one above both Joe Montana and Terry Bradshaw, but his passion or the game and drive to be the greatest is as strong as it gets.
There aren’t many things that can keep Brady off of the field. Unless we’re talking about a blown out knee, like the one he suffered back in 2008, or a suspension from the league, “Deflategate” may ring a bell, he’s going to find a way to get back on the field. Nothing proves that more than the hand injury he suffered in practice leading up to the Patriots AFC Championship Game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
While preparing for the top-ranked defense in the NFL, Tom injured his throwing hand. The gash below his thumb would require more than a dozen stitches to close, but many people thought it wasn’t near as bad as the Pats were making it seem. Finally, Tom revealed actual photos of the injury during his six-part series Tom Vs Time.