Tom Brady documentary draws reality from Bill Belichick

NS New England Patriots very solid in the Mac Jones era, as they won seven games in a row as the hottest team in the NFL. But that doesn’t mean Bill Belichick has forgotten about his old quarterback – a man named Tom Brady.

The Patriots head coach was recently asked about The Greg Hill Show about the upcoming ESPN documentary focusing on Brady’s 10 Super Bowl games, “The Man in the Arena.” Instead of giving the usual reserved answer, Bill Belichick was quite flamboyant in his answer.

Via NESN, transcribed by WEEI:

“I haven’t (seen it), but I’m sure Tom did a great job, like he always does,” the Patriots coach said. “He was clearly a center in all those games. I can’t wait to see it.”

Belichick didn’t stop there, as he swirled high praises of his former midfielder.

“I definitely will (watch it) and as I’ve said many times, no one deserves more credit for our success here with the Patriots than Tom,” Belichick said. “He is a great player, a great person, a great leader. Just a huge opportunity for me to coach.

Tom Brady and Bill Belichick may no longer be on the same side as each other, but their legendary run against the Patriots could very well come to an end when The greatest player-coach relationship in sports history.

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Olly Dawes

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