Max Kellerman Gives His Take On Who Will Win Another Super Bowl First Tom Brady Or Bill Belichick

Max Kellerman shared his take on the New England Patriots, Tom Brady and Bill Belichick. What does Kellerman say about this?

Kellerman talked about the Patriots’ season and talked about the first winner of the Super Bowl. Will Brady win a Super Bowl before his former head coach?

“Belichick will win first,” Kellerman said on ESPN. “First of all, Belichick is much more responsible for the Patriots’ success and the ‘Patriot Way,’ although Brady’s very responsible, if you have to ask. In the NFL, it’s the head coach. It’s the head coach. But beyond that, let’s say you think Brady has a much better chance this year to win ’cause the Bucs are loaded and they got a great coach. They got everything they need. There are 32 teams in the NFL. What do you think the odds are that any one of them wins, even if they’re the odds-on favorite? The Bucs are not the odds-on favorite. They don’t have the best odds to win.

“They have among the best odds to win. What do you think the odds are they win any given playoff game, right? Even if it’s over 50 percent — 60 percent or 70 percent — you gotta multiple that by the next round. By the time you’re done calculating, maybe they have — if you’re being generous — a 1-in-10 shot of winning the Super Bowl this year. By the way, given Brady’s age and decline, that’s the best shot he’ll ever have.”

Tom Brady and Bill Belichick will take different paths

What about Belichick?

“Meantime, Belichick’s gonna be live every year. The over/under on the Patriots is, what, 9.5, 8.5 games? They don’t even have a roster! They lost everybody, including the quarterback and the backup quarterback who Brady got shipped out of town. People still think they’re gonna have a winning season. Belichick’s gonna be there every single year. He’s gonna win the Super Bowl first.”

Kellerman may be right. Brady will sure try his best to win a title with the Bucs. But, Brady Belichick has a great team. His 2020 roster will be more than welcome for the NFL, and fans can’t wait for the big wonder.