When you think about the sport of football, and the athleticism which it requires, you would like to think that it's greatest player ever would have speed, size, agility, and technique that set him apart from the rest of the field.
Well, Tom Brady has almost none of that and is considered the best quarterback to ever play the sport. Quarterback also happens to be the most important position on the field by a significant margin.
This sparked an interesting conversation between Chris Broussard and Brian Noe about what constitutes the greatest football player of all time. Is it value? Is it wins above replacement? Or is it athleticism. Listen blow.