New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is widely regarded as the greatest currently playing in his position and one of the greatest of all time.
Brady himself, however, doesn't think he deserves to be in the latter conversation.
Instead, Brady himself thinks that he has benefited greatly from the systems of play that surround him, according to Business Insider.
"I don't agree with that, and I'll tell you why," Brady said in an interview with ESPN's Ian O'Connor. "I know myself as a player. I'm really a product of what I've been around, who I was coached by, what I played against, in the era I played in. I really believe if a lot of people were in my shoes they could accomplish the same kinds of things. So I've been very fortunate. ... I don't ever want to be the weak link."
Those on social media might have a different opinion about the quarterback's place in history.
I hate the patriots, but I love tom Brady. God he's good at football...— Tanner Krafft (@TKrafft3) May 15, 2017
For some, Brady's ability is too amazing to deny.