New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick is one of the best players in the NFL, and quarterback Tom Brady shares the same opinion.
Tom Brady made an appearance on sports radio WEEI, and talked about the Pats head coach. The 42-year-old quarterback is entering his 19 season with the Pats, and is amazed with the way Belichick leads the game. Brady and Belichick make a nice tandem, and definitely have the chance to win the sixth Super Bowl.
“I think our priorities are the same that they’ve always been, and I think that’s why we get along so well. We’re here to win. It’s been a very professional environment he’s created, and I think I’m very lucky to be in that environment. … I feel very privileged to kind of be mentored by him as long as I have,” the quarterback said.
This ends the speculations of the growing tension between Brady and Belichick. Some even speculated over the dysfunction of the team. However, they denied each allegation, and worked on the Pats’ game.
Tom Brady is one of the strongest pillars in the Patriots organization. He feels great despite his sore back. Brady’s workload in training camp was sort of light, and Belichick said he’s keeping him for important games.
Will Brady retire in near future? I don’t think so. “I certainly expect to be here next year and hopefully beyond. I have goals to play for a long time. I still love doing it. I still want to do it. … but at the same time, it’s a physical sport, it’s a demolition derby. You never know when you’re going to come out of it,” he said when asked about his future plans.
Watching the Pats’ games is the only thing we can do for now. The team has a lot to offer, and they have great chances of winning the Super Bowl.