Tom Brady and Bill Belichick created probably the greatest coach-quarterback association in the NFL during the time they spent together on the New England Patriots. Now they’ve taken separate ways but the love and respect stay. 

The veteran quarterback owes a lot of his success to the head coach, who took him to nine Super Bowls while they were together. Now with Bruce Arians, the 43-year-old is living a great time, leading the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to the big game, trying to win his 10th championship. 

TB12 is ready to win his 7th ring and proved to everybody that he’s the greatest of all time. Before the season, people were wondering if Belichick needed Brady more than the player needed him and time has told that it was the other way around. 

Tom Brady doesn’t want to talk bad things about Bill Belichick 

Ahead of Super Bowl LV, the veteran quarterback opened up about his time in New England, especially his relationship with Bellichick and how close they were and how the coach helped him improve his game over the years. 

“I’m just incredibly grateful for what he’s meant in my life as a coach,” Brady said, via Sara Walsh of FOX Sports. “He was everything you could ask for as a player.”

Tom is ready to shine this next Sunday and show why he is who he is. The rival won’t make anything easy for him, but this is nothing new for a guy who’s been around for over 20 years in the NFL. 

Buccaneers and Chiefs will clash at the Raymond James Stadium this Sunday and we can’t wait to see what they’re going to bring to the table. Brady vs Mahomes, Arians vs Reid and two great teams that will leave everything on the pitch.