Tom Brady Stats 2010
Fans of the famous Patriots quarterback are sure to want to hear Tom Brady's stats for 2010. Tom Brady was the first-string quarterback for the New England Patriots during their 2010 season who won an NFL MVP, an Offensive Player of the Year award and an All-Pro selection that year. As with most seasons, Brady played all sixteen games of the New England Patriots' season. From 2000 to 2010, Tom Brady has played a grand total of 145 games (all of which for the Patriots).
- Passing Yards. For the 2010 NFL season, Tom Brady carried a total of 3,900 passing yards, which is significantly below his 2009 accumulation of 4,398 yards. Minus his 2008 year off from an injury, this is his lowest passing yards since 2006. Of all his passes in 2010, Tom Brady completed 324 of them. He attempted 492 of them, leading to a completion percentage of 65.9 percent. This is slightly better than his 2009 percentage of 65.7 percent.
- Fumbles. Tom Brady had a rather small (but still significant) number of fumbles in 2010. The New England quarterback fumbled three balls in the 2010 season, losing possession of only one of those fumbles. In 2010, the Patriots quarterback lost no balls to fumbling. However, he did have a single fumble through this method. Brady has fumbled eighteen balls through rushing and lost nine of them in his career.
- Sacks. The Patriots' first-string QB was successfully sacked 25 times throughout the 2010 season. In 2009 he evaded more attempts to be taken down, only being sacked sixteen times.
- Rushing Yards. Rushing for Tom Brady in 2010 proved not to be as fruitful as before. Brady managed to garner 30 rushing yards in this year, the lowest since his 2004 season with 24. In sync with his number of attained yards, Tom Brady only averaged about one yard per rush in 2010. As with before, this is the lowest since 2004's 0.7 average. Brady scored a single (as in one) touchdown by rushing in the 2010 season. He has made seven rushing touchdowns in his entire career up to 2010 and scored two in 2007.
- Interceptions. No one is a fan of losing the ball to the opposite team and Brady is no stranger to interceptions. Brady lost four balls to opponents in 2010 through interceptions, an astounding low that hasn't been beat at any time in his active career.
As Tom Brady's stats change from year to year, it's important to keep record and watch the progress of this NFL legend. Now that you're in the "know" about these Tom Brady stats, feel free to inform your less-than-knowledgeable friends about them if asked.