Did Tom Brady take what he learned from Joe Montana and run with it?  

Author: Jon Kuzma


Go back to Tom Brady’s childhood. He’s a diehard San Francisco 49ers fan. And he’s a kid at Candlestick Park watching the greatest QB who ever played dominate the NFL. That was a guy by the name of Joe Montana and Joe Cool A.K.A The Comeback Kid would go on to lead the 49ers to four Super Bowls. That’s the power of influence. Because that kid in the stands would take everything he learned from Montana. And raise the bar to a whole different level. Brady used the Joe Cool mindset to win seven Super Bowls. Which is the perfect ode to Montana for inspiring Brady to follow in his foot steps. And while Montana wasn’t able to win another Super Bowl with the Chiefs. After leaving the 49ers back in 1993. Brady did get another one when he left the Patriots for the Buccaneers. So Brady was able to accomplish so much greatness throughout his twenty two-year NFL career. But if he didn’t have that blueprint laid out by Montana. There’s no way any of this happens. And Brady gave the ultimate hat tip to Montana. By accomplishing all of this after learning the game from him.