Willie McGinest made quite a show on the Pick Six podcast, and had a nice discussion over Tom Brady and Bill Belichick. According to him, Brady will retire after the next Super Bowl win. He even added that this would be the best way to put an end to his career.
“I want to say when he wins his next Super Bowl. Belichick’s winning, man. It’s hard to walk away from what he has. He’s done so much for the organization. It’ll never be duplicated,” Willie McGinest said when asked about the possibility that Brady retires in near future.
He also spoke about the chances of seeing Josh McDaniels as the next head coach, adding details of Brady’s approach to diet and training.
The podcast was a real show, and Willie’s comments made us think again. Is he right? Will Tom Brady end his career after winning another Super Bowl? That’s an interesting theory, and we have a few good reasons to accept it. But, first, let’s see if the New England patriots win the Super Bowl, then we can talk about retirement. Although, let’s be honest, ‘retirement’ is the last word that comes to our mind when we think of the Pats’ quarterback.