Bill Belichick most likely did not sleep well Thursday night, especially if he watched his former quarterback Tom Brady prove yet again, how well he can manage his career and win at the highest and most spectacular level without his former coach on the sideline.
The 2020 season, and Super Bowl win over the Chiefs was hardly a fluke. Brady has moved on to reach even higher levels of achievement since he broke free of Bill Belichick.
Meanwhile, Belichick slugs along, trying to patch together a winning 2021 season with a rookie quarterback following a disastrous 7-9 season in 2020.
The Thursday Night NFL Game on NBC featured Brady and his defending Super Bowl champion Bucs hosting the Dallas Cowboys, a great game won 31-29 in the final seconds by Tampa Bay on a short field goal. Brady threw for 379 yards and four touchdowns.
This is just a further illustration that in some people’s mind there is absolutely zero room for debate as to who was the biggest contributor regarding the two decade run of successful the New England Patriots had when Brady played QB and Belichick was his coach.
It’s the top topic on SporTZ Now with Tom Zenner this week on Valuetainment Sports. In fact, Tom goes so far as to say that Belichick’s entire coaching legacy is on the line in the 2021 season.
See if you agree. Is Belichick more of a failure than legend without Brady if he doesn’t rack up at least 10 wins in 2021?
Plus, Dennis Rodman’s wild trip to Las Vegas back in 1997. Will the movie that is being made called “48 Hours in Las Vegas” come close to showcasing what really went on during his wild, mid-season trip to Vegas?
Watch Episode 7 of SporTZ Now with Tom Zenner and subscribe to Valuetainment Sports for more content.
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