Bill Belichick Makes Opinion On Tom Brady’s NFL Record Very Clear

Tom Brady plays his best football and his latest record is the best proof you will ever get. The former New England Patriots quarterback threw a nice 15-yard pass to running back Leonard Fournette in the second quarter of the 16-13 win over Los Angeles Rams and eclipsed the 100,000 mark. He is the first NFL quarterback to accomplish this in league history. The best part? Brady did this with 44 seconds left of the game. He is a 45-year-old, remember? TB12 defies age and logic every time he takes the field. Doubters will never understand this.

Buccaneers coach Todd Bowles knows that the team will win games as long as Brady leads the offense. The star quarterback called it career early in the offseason, but changed his mind right away. Brady is the GOAT and GOATs don’t belong in the stands. The Buccaneers were more than happy to have him back for another season. This return had a major impact on Brady’s private life, but we won’t even get into that.

Tom Brady is one of kind and his record says it all

Brady’s former head coach gave him all the credit for this accomplishment. He knows Brady really well. I mean, he coached him for two decades after all.

“That’s a tremendous accomplishment and a real credit to him,” Belichick said during his media conference. “I don’t even know how far 100,000 yards is. It must be a long way. I don’t know how many miles. I have no idea.”

There’s more. Brady also notched his 43rd career fourth-quarter comeback and tied Payton Manning for the most by a starting signal-caller. Evans is more than convinced that no quarterback will ever match Brady’s dominance.

People seem to run out of things to say about the Buccaneers quarterback. Brady is a brilliant player and the best to ever play the game. A lot of Patriots fans will agree on this one. Brady has an army of supporters. He left the Patriots, but diehard fans still support him.