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Tom Brady Refused To Step Backwards On A Kneel Down To Keep His 1,000 Yard Rushing Milestone

"It really hasn't been a part of my game".

Brady could play for several more seasons, in which case the Patriots' 2019 first-round pick should probably be used on a defensive player, but if the right QB is there, New England might as well roll the dice and try to hit gold.

According to ESPN Stats & Information research, the 41-year-old entered play Sunday having lost 160 rushing yards to kneel-downs since 2006, the year plays began being classified as "kneels".

"Obviously, I'm not a scrambler". Oh, and he has five Super Bowl rings and a few records to make many consider him the greatest football player of all time.

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Brady cared so much about the achievement, that he even made sure he was going forward when taking a knee at the end of the game, and pointed to the ref to make sure it wasn't counted as a loss.

Bill Belichick couldn't wait to heap effusive praise on Brady for the hard-earned benchmark.

A lot was said before, during and after Sunday's game between the New England Patriots and the Minnesota Vikings. He joked by saying this is what he wanted to do for a long time and now he can ride off into the sunset and retire. Quarterback Tom Brady found Gordon wide open in the middle of the field and the athletic receiver easily took it to the house for a 24-yard score.

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