Tom Brady is an NFL quarterback for the New England Patriots. He gained international fame when he upset Kurt Warner and the St. Louis Rams in Super Bowl XXXVI helping his team win their first Super Bowl title.
What is the 'tuck rule'?
The tuck rule applies when a quarterback starts a throwing motion and then decides not to throw and attempts to 'tuck' the ball back into his body to keep possession. Should the quarterback lose control of the ball while in the tucking motion and the ball hits the ground, the play is considered an incomplete pass as opposed to a fumble. The tuck rule is defined in Rule 3, Section 21, Article 2, Note 2 of the NFL Official Rules and is defined below: "When a player is holding the ball to pass it forward, any intentional forward movement of his hand starts a forward pass, even if the player loses possession of the ball as he is attempting to tuck it back toward his body. Also, if the player has tucked the ball into his body and then loses possession, it is a fumble."
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What degree did Tom Brady earn at the University of Michigan?
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How much does Tom Brady earn per season?
5/7/2005: Signed a six-year, $60 million extension through 2010. The deal included $26.5 million in bonuses that were paid in the first two years. 2007: $720,000 (+ $5.28 million "signing bonus") 2008: $5 million (+ $3 million roster bonus) 2009: $5 million (+ $3 million roster bonus) 2010: $3.5 million (+ $3 million roster bonus) 2011: Free Agent. Cap charges: $7.326 million (2007), $14.626 million (2008).
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Who was the New England Patriots quarterback before Tom Brady?
How many games did Tom Brady win in the first 5 years he played?
Tom Brady's win/losses in his first five years as a starter: Regular Season 2001: 15 Games, 14 Starts, 11 Wins 4 Losses 2002: 16 Games, 16 Starts, 9 Wins, 7 Losses 2003: 16 Games, 16 Starts, 14 Wins, 2 Losses 2004: 16 Games, 16 Starts, 14 Wins, 2 Losses 2005: 16 Games, 16 Starts, 10 Wins, 6 Losses Post Season: 2001: 3 Games, 3 Wins, 0 Losses 2002: did not qualify for playoffs 2003: 3 Games, 3 Wins, 0 Losses 2004: 3 Games, 3 Wins, 0 Losses 2005: 2 Games, 1 Win, 1 Loss Overall Record (2001-2005) Regular Season: 58-21 (.734%) Playoffs: 10-1 (.909%) Combined: 68-22 (.755%)
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Who is the mother of Tom Griswold's new baby Sally?
You should be sitting down to read this: The Indianapolis Star (Jul 03, 2007 01:23 AM) Big baby news at WFBQ-FM (94.7) with Saturday's arrival of Sally Janet Griswold. The proud new parents are morning on-air personality Tom Griswold and afternoon drive-time host Laura Steele. Sally is Griswold's fifth child. She's Steele's first.
How many kids does NFL star Tom Brady have?
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Tom Brady come from behind victories in 1st 5 years?
2001 vs. San Diego - led three scoring drives to post 29-26 OT win. 2001 @ Buffalo - led overtime GW drive. 2001 vs. Oakland - led three scoring drives for 16-13 OT win. 2001 vs. Rams SB 36 - led GW drive, first walk-off GW drive in Superbowl history. 2002 vs. Chiefs - led GW drive in OT. 2002 @ Bears - erased gaps of 27-6 and 30-19 for 33-30 win. 2002 vs. Dolphins - erased 24-13 gap, three scoring drives for 27-24 OT win. 2003 @ Miami - GW touchdown in OT. 2003 @ Denver - GW touchdown in final eighteen seconds. 2003 @ Houston - Game-tying touchdown in final minute of regulation, led GW drive in OT for 23-20 OT win. 2003 vs. Carolina SB 38 - GW drive in final minute for 32-29 win. 2005 @ Pittsburgh - GW drive in final two minutes. 2005 @ Atlanta - GW drive in final two minutes. 2006 @ San Diego - led two scoring drives in fourth quarter for 24-21 playoff win.