Tom Brady Reveals His Pick For NFL’s Greatest Coach Ever – Explained!


TAMPA, FLORIDA – SEPTEMBER 25: Tom Brady #12 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers calls a play in opposition to the Green Bay Packers through the fourth quarter within the sport at Raymond James Stadium on September 25, 2022 in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Douglas P. DeFelice/Getty Images)

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Tom Brady not performs for Patriots head coach Bill Belichick, however that doesn’t imply he misplaced respect for him. 

On the most recent episode of the “Let’s Go!” podcast, Brady mentioned Belichick’s most up-to-date achievement. This previous Sunday, the legendary coach moved into the No. 2 spot on the NFL’s all-time wins record. 

Belichick solely trails the late Don Shula for essentially the most wins as an NFL head coach. 

When discussing Belichick’s profession accomplishments, Brady mentioned he’ll go down as the best coach of all time. 

“He is a historian of the game. I remember when I was there, we talked about Chicago Bears-Green Bay Packers. There were a lot of history lessons he would give the team to give you perspective on the history of football, history of coaching, history of playing, history of rivalries and games and the founding of NFL teams because we all love football,” Brady mentioned. “And he’s gonna go down as the greatest coach of all time. He’s done an incredible job, certainly with the Patriots, and he learned a lot over the years with the Giants, the Jets, the Browns — his history goes way back.” 

Brady added that he was “very lucky” to play for Belichick. 

Belichick and Brady will undoubtedly be first-poll Hall of Famers when that point comes. 

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