It looks like Tom Brady should probably just stick to throwing passes.

The former Michigan Wolverines star and Super Bowl-winning quarterback is still at it, playing the 2019 season at 42-years-old. There’s no denying Brady still has all the skills under center, but his prowess as a blocker is less than impressive.

During New England’s game against the New York Jets, Brady started a play that would turn into a reverse. After handing the ball off to the right, Brady peeled left to lead the run as a blocker.

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After getting outside, Brady tried to deliver a block to Jets safety Jamal Adams. Unfortunately, Adams easily brushed Brady aside as he whiffed on the block attempt.

Brady gets an “A” for effort, but let’s leave the blocking to linemen: