Cris Carter Releases Statement About Tom Brady-Belichick Relationship
We’ve been hearing a lot about the relationship between Tom Brady and Bill Belichick. Cris Carter gave his own opinion, too.
Cris Carter isn’t really worried about the dynamic between the quarterback and the head coach. He went on First Things First on FOX Sports 1, and talked about this.
The New England Patriots are getting stronger with every day that goes by. It seems like the quarterback-head coach duo is working great. Both Brady and Belichick denied the claims of the alleged tension. They respect each other, and that’s the only thing that matters.
“This is a phenomenal relationship between two tremendous, competitive people. And it’s worked. If they stay together, they will always have a chance to win every game,” Carter said of Bill Belichick and Tom Brady.
"This is a phenomenal relationship between two tremendous, competitive people. And it's worked. If they stay together, they will always have a chance to win every game." — @criscarter80 on Brady & Belichick pic.twitter.com/3tHO5MlVJ9
— First Things First (@FTFonFS1) August 15, 2018
We know that Brady and Belichick are competitors, and it’s more than obvious that thy sure butt heads. Great minds always try to stick to their side, meaning they don’t have to agree on everything.
This doesn’t stop the team from gaining success, and the Patriots have reached great heights. Bill and Tom may disagree on whatever comes their mind, and this doesn’t matter as long as they’re working well together.
The Patriots are getting ready for their second preseason game against the Eagles. This game was followed with so many speculations, and the Eagles billboard outside the Gillette Stadium was the greatest incident.
Bill Belichick, Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski and the rest of the guys will do their best to win the Super Bowl. They lost the chance to win last season, and they will sure approach in a different way this year. The preseason was also followed by rumors of Brady’s retirement, but the quarterback won’t retire this season. He even got himself a new helmet. Go Pats!