Patriots head coach is the ultimate coach in the NFL, and he has been the same for years. Nothing changed. If you ask quarterback Tom Brady, he will say that his coach is relentless this season.
“He’s been very consistent all season long, and what he does such a great job of is creating the urgency that we need. And there’s never an off day that we have. Every day the pressure is on us to perform at a very high level. And we’ve been able to do that the last six weeks, which has led to a lot of wins. And he’s as sharp a critic as ever when we don’t meet his expectations. So those thing never change,” Tom Brady said during his appearance on Westwood One with Jim Gray.
Of course, this does not mean that Brady has issues with the coach.
“I think over the last couple of years there’s been so much talk and so much of it is things that we haven’t said but that people may insinuate or make assumptions about personal relationships and so forth. We’ve always been about winning. We’ve always been about putting the team first. And we’ve always had a great relationship. We work hard. We want to win. We’ve been at the same organization for a long time, and I think all of us at the Patriots are happy that we’re in the position we’re in with our best football and the biggest games still ahead of us,” the quarterback said.
There is a great chance that they make the Super Bowl run. The AFC will be really crowded, and we have the Kansas City Chiefs, the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Los Angeles Chargers there. Well, the Pats can do anything.