Tom Brady Shares GOAT Take On Bill Belichick Amid Potential Patriots Exit

The New England Patriots will probably end the 2023 NFL season with a disappointing result. The Kraft family isn’t happy with the outcome of the moves the organization made in the last few seasons. Head coach Bill Belichick is on the hot seat again and many believe that he will leave the team sooner than expected. Former Patriots quarterback Tom Brady follows the situation in New England and made a GOAT comment on coach Belichick.

Brady and Belichick were making headlines for a really long time and most of the stories were related to the alleged rift between them. There may have been some misunderstandings back in the days, but that’s how things work in the NFL. Brady has nothing but words of praise for his former head coach and even claims that he is the best to ever coach a NFL game.

TB12 heard the comments about Belichick’s potential departure from New England and shared his thoughts about it. He can’t really imagine the Patriots without Belichick as their head coach.

“I think he’s an incredible coach. He’s the best coach, in my belief, in the history of the game,” Brady told Stephen A. Smith. “So, I mean, I don’t know, the thought of him not being in New England is hard for me to think about. So, I think he’s— he prepares the team really well. And ultimately, you got to have a lot of people around you to succeed.”

Brady know Belichick is the GOAT

Brady knows Belichick really well. He spent almost two decades with the team and became a pillar in New England. Brady became the best to ever play the game during his time with Belichick. The legendary head coach taught him a lot of great things.

“You gotta have a lot of things in place for the organization to be successful. I don’t think he’s probably coaching much different now than when we’re undefeated in 2007. I’m sure he’s preparing the team the same way. The results are different, but again, that’s why the sport is so challenging. There’s a lot of reasons why teams win or lose.

“The head coach is a very small part on game day. The quarterback plays a really big part on game day, not the entire thing, but because you touch the ball, you have a big opportunity to impact the game. So if you get good quarterback play and that says nothing about the, you know, I’m just talking in general about football, you’ve got an advantage.”