Suggs is right, to a degree. The rule changes over the last 15 years or so have made it easier for passing offenses to put up record numbers and for quarterbacks to remain healthier longer.
Brady has benefitted from that, for sure, but there's no question the incredible amount of work and preparation he puts in off the field each week has just as much, if not more to do with his success late in his career.
Brady will turn 42 years old by the time the 2019 campaign begins, and judging by his play in the playoffs last season, there's no reason to believe his performance will fall from a top-tier level anytime soon.
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Tom E. Curran and Phil Perry discuss the latest with the Patriots. Including whether they expect Robert Kraft to take the plea deal in Florida, and what wide receiver options they like.
1:00 - Will Robert Kraft take the plea deal that he was offered? 8:00 - Biggest reasons Kraft would NOT take the plea deal. 10:00 - How would taking the plea deal impact the way the NFL disciplines Kraft? 13:00 - What do we think about the Patriots signings so far? Which players can make an impact? 20:00 - Should the Patriots look for receivers in the draft or in free agency? 22:00 - Curran goes over possible free agents the Patriots could target at receiver. 30:00 - Curran answers questions from Twitter.