6. Tom Brady– He was expected to show up on this list soon, right? As he enters his 14th season in the league, Tom Brady is just as good now as he was when he was winning Super Bowls. He’s my sixth best player entering the 2013 season. What makes Tom terrific so good even now? He’s the most precise passer in the game today. Nobody is better at spreading the football around better than No. 12 is. The one thing that amazes people is that he’s never had a star wide receiver. He’s great at making guys who aren’t household names superstars. Entering this season, no quarterback will mean more to their team than Brady. After an offseason that saw Wes Welker leave for Denver, Rob Gronkowski undergoes five surgeries and the arrest of Aaron Hernandez, Brady will be depended on to lead this team even more this year. I’m expecting another MVP caliber season from one of the best quarterbacks ever.
Brady At # 6.