Tom Brady He took a calculated risk when he decided to leave New England Patriots Another season he takes his talents to Tampa. By separating himself from Bill Bilesik, his head coach for two decades and the co-mastermind of the greatest breed the sport has ever seen, Brady opened up to himself to weaken his legacy if things didn’t go well during this next semester with the PiratesEspecially if the status quo remains in Foxboro. However, the opposite happened.
Brady completely changed the culture with the Buccaneers and made them head to the Super Bowl LV after winning three playoffs on the road, including matches against Drew Press And the Aaron Rodgers. For the tenth time in his career, Brady is heading to the big game. Meanwhile, Belichick and Pats were well into their season after the 7-9 campaign, which was the worst mark the franchise had seen since 2000 – the year before Brady became the initiator.
In the wake of Sunday’s victory at Lambo Stadium to secure the Tampa Bay NFC title, Brady received a congratulatory letter from Patriots owner Robert Kraft. Talking to Karen Georgian from Boston Herald On Monday, Tom Brady Sr. indicated that a gesture showing the relationship between the Kraft family and Brady was still a special bond.
Brady the Elder told Guregian, “Robert has been a wonderful owner for 25 years. He is honest in his feelings for Tommy when he expresses his feelings, and vice versa.” “Tommy feels the same way with Robert Kraft. He has a very close relationship with him. I know Robert is encouraging Tommy now. I also know Jonathan, Danny and all the family. There’s no doubt about that.”
Of course, there is one notable omission from those observations: Bill Belischik.
“I think he’s on a little hot seat now,” said Brady Sr.
While watching Brady play at any club other than New England was a bit annoying over the course of the season, the divorce was not a major shock to Brady Sr., who predicted a few years earlier that his son’s end would not reflect the possession with the Patriots storybooks.
He said, “Every year, teams cut people, and people cut teams. Men move.” “The midfielders move in, be it Joe Montana or Brett Favre or Peyton Manning Or whatever. It didn’t take much crystal ball to know that at some point, there would be an end to Tommy’s relationship with the Patriots. “
Brady Sr. added, “They’ve had an amazing 20-year career, like everyone else. Without underestimating Bill in any way, I think the time has come.” “That doesn’t underestimate what Bill did. As we have seen [on Sunday]Coaches can spoil the game. “
While logical minds tell you that the Patriots need both Brady and Belechek to achieve the kind of success they’ve had over the course of 20 years, this race to Super Bowl LV by Brady is definitely not Blichik’s best tug-of-war look that deserves most credit for New England success. From a job security standpoint, Bilesic is not at all in the “hot seat” as Brady Sr. suggested. Having said that, there is no doubt that Tom has won the divorce so far, which does not serve Blichik and his legacy any favors.