Tom Brady has nearly two decades' worth of highlights. Very few of those, however, involve Brady in the open field.
The future Hall of Famer isn't exactly renowned for his prowess during the rare occasions he decides to tuck and run in the open field. Yet, as he approaches the halfway point of his 18th NFL season, he's on the verge of reaching 1,000 yards rushing for his career.
This is a milestone that many other quarterbacks have reached in less time, but for a generally pocket-bound QB like Brady, it's a notable figure.
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When asked if any runs in particular stood out in his career, Brady didn't mention his open-field juke on Brian Urlacher, but rather a dive over his line against the Ravens.
"Wow. I had a good dive over the top against the Ravens when we beat them and Ray Lewis put his helmet right in the middle of my back. That was probably the one I remember the most, because it probably hurt the most."
Brady acknowledged that running has never been a strength of his, but hopes to get more than the three yards he needs to reach 1,000 on Sunday.
"I’ve kind of inched along there for a long time. It really hasn’t been a part of my game. But I’m getting close. I’ve been at it for a long time. Hopefully we can get it this week. Hopefully we can get more than that."
Brady seems as pumped as anyone for the milestone, posting a Batman-inspired hype video on Instagram, with the hashtag "TB1K".
For a guy who doesn't run very often, Brady has never been shy about putting his body on the line if the team needs it, as exhibited on Monday against the Bills when he shimmied his way for a first down between several Bills defenders.
Given the Patriots' propensity to go for a QB sneak when they need a yard or two, it seems likely Brady will reach the mark on Sunday.
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