Yeah but Brady wouldn't be Brady without Belichik. They both owe each other alot. But Brady owes Belichik more imo. Belichik was already a damn good coach before he had Brady. But Brady was nothing before he came to New England.
Brady owes a lot to Belichick, but it goes both ways as Brady has played so well in several SBs and bailed out the team. Mahomes wouldn't have been a phenom under most coaches, but he still would have been good.
Belichick was only a head coach in Cleveland before New England and it wasn't great. His year with New England before Brady was a starter wasn't great. First year Brady starts is Belichick's first super bowl. Also, I get that Brady was drafted in the sixth round. But he was a starter at one of the biggest schools in the country. And they were good. He wasn't a nobody.
Let’s wait till the offseason rust is off before we say that Dak is better than Goff...
I'm just being coy, Goff will get it under control.
If this was based on history, you would have to say no. Steelers always play well after a huge loss, especially at home. Having said that, if they have the communication errors like they did, it is going to be a LONG season.
There were reports that he constantly replays the double doink tape to his team so they don’t forget how terrible that moment felt. Instead of, you know, moving on and breaking down tape that will actually be useful on the field. That’s... not how you motivate your guys and it’s completely counterproductive. It’s obsessively clinging to past failures and bringing everyone else along to your pity party.
Don't get too used to it. He will be re-joining the Eagles the instant they have another injury.