The New England Patriots (led by head coach Bill Belichick) and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (led by quarterback Tom Brady) seem to be moving in opposite directions .
After three consecutive defeats, the Patriots led 2-4 and ranked third in the AFC East, while the 5-2 Bucs looked like a legitimate Super Bowl contender after winning back-to-back.
Skip Bayless thinks this proves what he has always believed to be correct: Brady’s rule over the Patriots is more important than Berishik.
Bayless said on FS1’s “Undisputed”: “This man is here again.” “Just before your eyes, Tom Brady showed Bill Belichick his past and What it looks like now. He has always been a very good football coach-very good defensively, but overall it is good.”
It’s unfair to take anything from Brady Either Belichick evaluated everything that happened after leaving New England in the past offseason. They formed the greatest QB coaching duo in NFL history and won six Super Bowl titles with the Patriots, and none of them is likely to achieve the same success.
However, due to the struggles of the Patriots, optics is not good for Belichick right now. Therefore, Bayless took the opportunity to sing Brady’s praise, and despised the greatness of Belichick.
“When Tom Brady took over in the third week of 2001 that year, Bill Belichick’s head coach record was 41-57. That was under .500. Of 16 games.” Bayless said. “I’m not saying that he is this person now, but it gives you a good idea of what Tom Brady did for him.”
For a long time, “The Path of the Patriots” has been enviable, Belichick and Co. can shuffle the cards with new players without actually skipping the rhythm.
Have those days officially passed? Bayless does think so, mainly because Brady no longer has a good time around.
“There is someone who does not oppose my sport. Now I tell you that entering this year, I am absolutely not opposed to Tom Brady going crazy for Bill Belichick. He was forced to prove Bill Belichick. (Bill Belichick) Wrong. And did he participate in the game,” Bayless said. “Because he not only proved that he was more valuable than Bill Belichick in those 20 years in New England, I kept taking 75% of the money, and now I’m climbing towards 80%.
“If you look at what happened, the dynasty was largely created and maintained by Tom Brady. Tom Brady slowly but surely became the team’s after taking over a very young player. Leader. I think he became the greatest leader in sports history because he had to cushion it in the locker room. It was actually between the player and the coach Belichick, who led the league in negative attitudes towards players, for about 18 years. .”
This is when we noticed that Brady has only been in the first season of Bucs for seven weeks, and people’s perceptions may change quickly, even though people already know Bayless’s position in the debate.
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