Tom vs. Time: The GOAT's Not Ready to Retire Just Yet

Tom vs. Time: The GOAT's Not Ready to Retire Just Yet

Tom vs. Time: The GOAT's Not Ready to Retire Just Yet

The surprise episode of Brady's documentary was only five minutes and 14 seconds long, much shorter than the other six episodes of "Tom vs. Time", which were released earlier this year and ranged in time for 14 to 21 minutes.

In a recent interview shared by Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, Brady stated that he is still hoping to play five more NFL seasons. ABC6 Sports Reporter Ian Steele has more from Gillette Stadium. discusses one is learning to better deal with drama surrounding him and the team.

If the Patriots want to win they will need a complete effort on both sides of the ball.

"Once you stop, you're done and I think that I'm not ready to say I'm done, because I don't feel like I am". Maybe he can guilt whoever the fantasy owner is into trading Brady to him without having to give up much.

"I'm sure we'll see things that we haven't prepared for, just like we always do and always happens on Opening Day", said Belichick.

"I'm a pretty mentally tough guy, so I've dealt with a lot of circumstances over a long period of time, 18, 19 years", Brady, 41, said.

"He's a great technique coach, very good fundamental coach - as good as any I've ever seen", he said of Crennel, the defensive coordinator of Belichick's first three Super Bowl championship teams with the Patriots. "I can't ensure anything". "This guy had beaten Alabama in the national championship game in front of 100,000 people on national television and nearly did it the year before if I'm correct".

Among the reasons for optimism for the Texans following the 4-12 debacle in 2017 is the return of three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year Watt and rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson, who each suffered season-ending injuries a year ago. He'll join five active National Football League players, including Larry Fitzgerald and Drew Brees, in the enormous honor of wearing the Man of the Year patch on his jersey the rest of his career. Like people's health. Like life or death.

While the anticipation of seeing how Watt will perform in his first regular-season game since October 8 is great, Watt insists that after everything he's been through he's simply savoring every moment instead of worrying what might happen. "I love being out there, the preparation, what it takes to be a great player".

"It will be a challenge for me".

"I think about it more now than I used to". Last year's opener started that discussion after a surprisingly good job by Reid and with that in mind, it's hard not to wonder if Bill O'Brien's Texans might pull off another surprise in a similar fashion to how the 2017 match-up went against Houston. But I think I can do it.

"To be on this team, you have to be a good football player and the guys that are out there certainly I have a lot of confidence in".

"Obviously, with that comes a lot of responsibilities but I'm just looking forward to being a positive example throughout the season".

"All I do is focus on controlling what I can control and what I can control is today, my meetings, my practice today, trying to be the best I can be today". It was really hard to get to this point.

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