Watch: Julian Edelman Shares Hype Video With Fans Ahead Of Game Vs. Giants

The New England Patriots are playing the New York Giants, and we can already guess the winner. The Giants are plagued with injuries, and the Patriots will have their best players on the field. Julian Edelman is one of them, and he has already shared a hype video to get everyone ready for the game at Gillette Stadium.

Quarterback Tom Brady is pretty amazed with Edelman’s game this season.

“He’s one of the best players in the history of the franchise,” TB12 said Monday on WEEI’s “Greg Hill Show.” When you think of some of the great receivers we’ve had, Julian is right up there at the top. So you’ve got to get him the ball, and he’s making a lot of yards with it in his hands. “We put a lot on Julian. Julian’s a very smart player. Very tough. He’s mentally, physically tough. What he’s gone through the last few weeks with his injury and then still just laying it on the line — you see even on that catch-and-run there in the third quarter, him kind of diving over the pile. He’s an incredible player, an incredible teammate, and the more we get him the ball, the better it is for our offense.”

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The same applies to head coach Bill Belichick.

“Julian’s a tough kid, always has been,” the coach said Monday in a conference call with reporters. “He showed that in college. He showed it his rookie year here and all the way through his career. He fights for every yard. He’s a competitive blocker. He’s got excellent playing strength and plays bigger than what his size is because of his leverage, pad level and overall physical and mental toughness. He’s done a great job for us and continues to do that. He’s one of the most competitive players I’ve coached.”

Edelman is a future Hall of Famer, and fans will always remember his impeccable game.

“All I can say is whoever in the Pats organization who pushed to draft Julian Edelman should be pensioned off at high 6 figures,” Bob Ryan of the Boston Globe wrote on Twitter.

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