Tom Brady knows everything about the pressure during Super Bowls, and he knows how to play the big game. That’s why Robert Kraft and Bill Belichick are so proud of him.
Brady has been part of the Patriots family for 19 years, and the team became this successful thanks to his talent. Right before the Patriots 13-3 win over the Los Angeles Rams at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Brady talked to Robert Kraft.
“This ain’t my first rodeo,” Brady told the team owner.
The Patriots struggled during the game with the Rams, but won the game at the end. They are now champions. Again.
Robert Kraft loves TB12
“Definitely the greatest player of all time — not just quarterback in my opinion,” Kraft said during a recent interview. “Because he’s such a leader in the locker room. For someone double the age of some of the players to be able to lead like that, and connect like that, and have the work ethic that he has, and at the same time so pleasant to be around — I’m really the luckiest guy in the world.” He sure is lucky to have both Brady and Belichick on the same team.
“I think of him as that skinny young man coming down the
steps of the old stadium with the pizza box and introducing himself to
me,” he said. “I said, ‘I know who you are, you’re Tom Brady from
Michigan, our sixth-round draft choice. And he said, ‘And I’m the best decision
this organization has ever made.’ Of course, he was fourth on the depth
chart. But I think he sure was right. But the greatest thing about him is he’s
the same guy he was then. He’s a genuine person. He’s kind. He’s polite to
everyone. He’s a very caring person.
“At the same time no one works harder or watches more
film. What a great example for young kids who come into the locker room; they
were 5 or 6 years old watching him, or in their teens. Now they come in and he
sets the example. His personality is so engaging.”