For the second time in one day, the New England Patriots quarterback addressed the disparaging comments from WEEI host Alex Reimer, who called Vivian Brady "an annoying little pissant" on live radio while he was discussing Brady's documentary, "Tom vs. Time".
For Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who is already widely considered the greatest quarterback in National Football League history, adding a sixth Super Bowl title to his resume would further cement that status and win over even his harshest critics.
For Philadelphia to win a Super Bowl this weekend, they'll have to do something that nobody else has done. If you live outside the 617 area code, how could you possibly care?
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Try to finish second. "In midfield Michael Carrick will not be No 16, he will have "MC" on his shirt next season, so we lose a player".
For some, Brady will forever be chasing the ghost of Joe "never lost a Super Bowl" Montana. We know this because Brad E. Schlossman of the Grand Forks Herald tweeted a photo of someone carrying Brady's acceptance speech Thursday night in Minnesota.
Apart from the Patriots' focus, Belichick should also be happy at the fact that the team has zero players on their final injury report. "I don't know why everyone wants me to retire so bad". I hope he coaches 25 more years. I try to work hard at the things I need to for my body to feel good week after week and year after year. I'm fortunate to play for an organization that features the greatest owners in Robert and Jonathan Kraft, as well as outstanding leadership and guidance from Bill Belichick and the rest of the Patriots' coaching staff.
But if Brady, new style or not, can win his third Super Bowl in the last four years, and sixth overall, he will have even less reason to contemplate a retirement date. "We play better when we start fast, and that's a big emphasis every week, not just in the Super Bowl but in the weeks prior to this".