Patriots quarterback Tom Brady isn’t accustomed to being at the bottom of any major statistical category, but that’s just where he finds himself after Week One.Tom Brady

33 quarterbacks threw at least one pass in the NFL in Week one, and all of them had a higher completion percentage than Brady, who went 16-for-36, or 44.4 percent, in the opening-night loss against the Chiefs.

Now, it is doubtful that Brady will have another ugly performance like this again—and I expect him to begin his climb towards the top of this category, but there is always that chance…

That was one of the most inaccurate games in Brady’s career. The last time Brady completed less than 45 percent of his passes was January 1, 2006, a meaningless Week 17 game when he went 3-for-8 before leaving the game before halftime. The last time he completed less than 45 percent of his passes in a game that actually mattered was October 10, 2004.

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