NFL legend Tom Brady is not considered the GOAT just because of his seven Super Bowl championships.
Rather, his longevity and ability to play at a high-level year in and year out are what makes him legendary.
Despite achieving almost everything an NFL player could hope for in their career, Brady holds another record he may not be familiar with.
That is the most ESPN fantasy football points scored of all time.
His 5,944.36 fantasy points are far and away the most ever.
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For almost all of his career, Brady was one of the top fantasy quarterbacks.
Despite adding almost nothing with his legs, Brady was such an elite passer that he was always a top QB off the board in fantasy drafts.
His 2007 season was the most legendary of his career.
During that year Brady threw for 4,806 yards, 50 touchdowns, and only eight interceptions.
The Patriots went 16-0 that season and Brady was the obvious choice for league MVP.
What made Brady great as a fantasy quarterback was some of the players he got to throw to.
The most notable are Randy Moss and Rob Gronkowski.
During that 2007 season, Moss caught 98 passes for 1,493 yards and 23 touchdowns.
There was not a better QB/WR duo in the NFL during that time.
Then in 2011, Brady found a new favorite target in Gronkowski.
Gronk was arguably the top fantasy tight end of all time and Brady deserves plenty of credit for that.
That 2011 season resulted in 90 receptions for 1,327 and 17 touchdowns.
Brady and Gronk had elite chemistry in the time they spent together.
Overall, Brady is a legendary fantasy quarterback and he leaves a mark that will be hard to catch.NEXT: DeMeco Ryans Got An Important Texans Endorsement