For the past 19 years, Tom Brady has proven himself as perhaps the greatest quarterback in NFL history. He’s made his teammates better every season, and has played with some very talented players.
Let’s create an all-time offense from the players that Brady has shared locker rooms with on the New England Patriots, and we will not be including the current Tampa Bay Buccaneers roster, as Brady has yet to take a snap for his new team. If we were, Mike Evans and Chris Godwin would be two of the three wide receivers.
With that out of the way, let’s start with the running game.
Running back: Kevin Faulk
Faulk was never as good as Corey Dillon, but he spent 11 years with the Patriots as a solid option both on the ground and through the air. He totaled 3,607 rushing yards throughout his career, which ranks fifth in team history and is by far the most in the Tom Brady era. He also added 431 catches for 3,701 yards as a reliable target for Brady out of the backfield.
Faulk won three Super Bowls with New England and even though he may not have put up great numbers, is fondly remembered by the fanbase.
Wide receiver: Randy Moss, Julian Edelman, Wes Welker