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Tom Brady 2007 Stats

In 2007, Tom Brady had 4,806 passing yards, 50 passing touchdowns, 8 pass interceptions, 98 rushing yards and 2 rushing touchdowns. He played in 16 games for a fantasy point game average of 25.76 which is 6.16 points higher than his career average. His top fantasy point games of the season were 37.70 points against the Washington Redskins, 35.70 points against the Miami Dolphins and 34.90 points against the Dallas Cowboys. Browse all of the stats and fantasy points from the 2007 Tom Brady season and relive all of his memorable performances.

Tom Brady 2007 Stats

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Jersey: #12
Position: Quarterback
Career: 17 Years
Height: 6-4
Weight: 225

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Tom Brady Player Profile
In 2007, Tom Brady had 4,806 passing yards, 50 passing touchdowns, 8 pass interceptions, 98 rushing yards and 2 rushing touchdowns. He played in 16 games for a fantasy point game average of 25.76 which is 6.16 points higher than his career average. His top fantasy point games of the season were 37.70 points against the Washington Redskins, 35.70 points against the Miami Dolphins and 34.90 points against the Dallas Cowboys. Browse all of the stats and fantasy points from the 2007 Tom Brady season and relive all of his memorable performances.
Tom Brady 2007 Stats
Team Gms FanPts FanPtsAvg PaYds PaTDs PaInts RuYds RuTDs Recs RecYds RecTDs FGs PATs Tcks Scks Ints IntTDs Punts PuntAvg
New England Patriots 16 412.10 25.76 4,806 50 8 98 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .0 0 0 0 0
 
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