Robert Kraft Releases Statement On ‘Continuity’ Of Brady And Belichick

The New England Patriots are used to winning every contest, and seem to have the winning formula. This explains pretty much everything you need to know about the team. Patriots owner Robert Kraft has something to say about this particular formula.

The Patriots have been winning almost every game so far. They don’t make drastic changes, and that’s actually good for them. Why making changes if you’re doing an excellent job? That’s exactly what Robert Kraft has on his mind every time someone mentions the word ‘changes.’

In one of his recent interviews Kraft talked about the team and the dynamic between quarterback Tom Brady and head coach Bill Belichick. Yes, we know that you were told about the alleged problems between the two of them, but Kraft has something else to say.

“The job of ownership is to keep continuity when you have something good. I think some people just make change for change’s sake, and I have a rule: We never break something down unless we can put something better in its place. And the Belichick-Brady combo has been pretty good,” he said.

The owner also praised offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels. The offensive coordinator decided to come back to New England for the offseason after announcing his decision to become head coach of the Indianapolis Colts.
“Josh has got a great mind intellectually in the offensive area. I don’t think there’s anyone better in the league. Tommy and he have a great chemistry,” Kraft said.

These comments came right after the speculations of the tension between Kraft, Belichick and Brady. None of them tried to deny the rumors, and it’s more than clear that the Patriots are doing a great thing. Is it possible that you win five Super Bowls if there’s such tension in the team? I don’t think so.

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