Monday, August 10, 2009

The Player to Watch Out in the NFL 2009 Season

National Football League fans here we go again! I am about to reveal to you the player who will perform extraordinarily in the 2009 NFL season. But first, I want to introduce my favorite player in the National Football League or NFL. He is the quarterback of Indianapolis Colts with a height of six foot-five inches, a weight of two hundred pounds and a veteran of the National Football League. This quarterback holds the NFL records with over 4,000 yards passing for consecutive seasons and the most total seasons with 4,000 or more yards passing in a career. He is also the highest career passer with 94.7 rating that puts him as the second all-time behind with Steve Young. Manning also holds Colts' franchise all-time career passing yards and passing touchdowns records. Convincingly, this man is a legend and an icon in the National Football League.

Seeing the stats clearly and gathering valuable information at WaiverWire, the most probable player that will perform extraordinarily in the upcoming 2009 NFL season will be Tom Brady who is the quarterback of New England Patriots. He did cause major damage in the league in the last season and always had great stat percentage in the passing department. The question will be, can he do any more than he did last season? Bad news for their opponents, yes he can. He is still has the quickness and the devastating pass that made some longest streaks in the NFL records.

Watch out for this man in the 2009 NFL season. He will do big and devastating damage in every game.

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