Found March 19, 2013 on
Bill Belichick and Tom Brady are the winning-est coach and quarterback tandem in NFL history, so calling them the best ever wouldn’t be much too much of a stretch. And that’s just what Robert Kraft did.
Kraft, who along with Belichick is out at the NFL Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Ariz., this week, joined NBC Sports Pro Football Talk crew on Tuesday and let his feelings be known about his head coach and quarterback.
“I don’t think there’s been one in the history of the NFL — I think we’re privileged to have, probably, the finest coach and the finest quarterback, and we happen to have them at the same time,” Kraft said. “It’s going to be hard to win continuously without a good coach and a good quarterback. Next season, please God, will be our 20th season. And we’ve hired two coaches in that time — two head coaches — and we’ve had two quarterbacks start for our team in those 20 seasons.”
The high praise for both Brady and Belichick likely stems from the 136 wins, 10 playoff appearanc
BEST OF MAXIM
Tom Brady gets UNREAL with the Easter Bunny - Sorry Bunny Touchdown Dance (by unreal)
The best of a collection of new Brady videos, one that might give the Jets a little flashback to the 45-3 beatdown in 2010. I have to say, it’s taken over a decade but Brady’s acting is finally starting to improve… a bit.
Oh No! Easter has been cancelled due to Tom Brady attacking the Easter Bunny!
Check out this short promo video of Tom Brady killing the Easter Bunny in an ad for UNREAL, a candy company that is promoting a healthy candy made without a bunch of junk in it.
The apology tour mentioned in the video is the Easter Bunny apologizing to children everywhere for filling their baskets with...
Or how to first pump.
It's kind of funny that he says, "Do it right at the other team!" because that's basically what the Jets have been complaining about for years. They say Brady does that everytime they score a touchdown, taunting them.
In their defense, that probably would get annoying when the Pats are scoring like six times every game.
For more comedic...
Now before I do this I would like to point out that Tom Brady is one of the greatest quarterbacks to play the game. He has consistently led the New England Patriots [...]
WES IS MORE
Patriots owner Robert Kraft, still smarting over Wes Welker's departure to Denver, stated that the team made a better financial offer to keep the receiver.
Years from now, when your grandchildren’s grandchildren dig up this odd “2013 NFL Head Coach Class Photo,” they’ll wonder where the “Gate Guys” were hiding — as in Bill Belichick of Spygate and Sean Payton of Bountygate.
OK, so Patriots fans’ great-great-great grandchildren will likely know of Belichick for much more than the “S word,” but you get the point....
Of course, we've all seen this video before. I feel like Brady has one of these surprisingly athletic but not really that athletic moves every year. Last year it might've been either his scramble for a TD against Buffalo or when he kicked Ed Reed in the balls, can't decide which I liked more.
Anyway, Brian Urlacher is leaving Chicago after they basically told him they...
The NFL owners voted to eliminate the infamous tuck rule, the rule that gave Tom Brady second life in his first playoff game. It was a bad rule, it will always be a bad rule if they decide to bring it back and every New England Patriots’ fan knows they got away with murder that day.
It doesn’t mean we still didn’t love the tuck rule.
It would be really easy for me to be a dick...
Patriots owner Robert Kraft says he has a photo of the infamous "Tuck Rule" play signed by then-Raiders head coach Jon Gruden that reads, "It was a fumble."
The NFL owners voted Wednesday to eliminate the Tuck Rule at their meetings in Arizona. With that rule now eliminated, quarterbacks who lose control of the ball while trying to pump fake and bring it back into their chest will be deemed to have fumbled.
This change of course won't help the 2001 Oakland Raiders, who lost to the New England Patriots in the AFC Divisional Round...
New England new england patriots owner Robert Kraft was unusually revealing Monday in lamenting receiver Wes Welker's defection to the Denver Broncos, saying the team wanted the receiver back and placing the blame squarely on the shoulders of Welker's agents., http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/pats-owner-blames-agents-for-welkers-exit