When the Tampa Bay Buckeyes beat the New England Patriots, and Tom Brady stepped back from the field at Gleet Stadium after the game, his longtime head coach Bill Belchuck went to the Buckner Locker Room and was there to talk to the quarterback. Stay More than 20 minutes.
According to Albert Breyer of Sports Illustrated, Brady and Bellech went to. “Quiet area” For their discussion ESPN reported. Belchuk arrived before Sunday night’s game and arranged a meeting with Brady. The pair made headlines earlier in the week over Belchek’s phone call over their decision to hold a meeting for Brady’s departure because he was not available to meet in person, but Brady said NBC Sports’ Peter King post game. “We didn’t get a chance to meet” because Belchak was out of town and then when Brady arrived in Tampa “it was a cove.”
Brady also said via NBC Sports that he “loved my relationship here, loved the relationship with me. [Belichick]. The pair shared a quick hug post game on the field – just like Brady did with other former New England teammates and coaches, such as longtime offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels – when both teams played Nick Fook. A few minutes after the field goal effort, a straight and sealed Tampa Bay 19-17 victory. Brady called it a post game. “We just said we’ll catch up for a while.”
“I mean, it’s all personal,” Brady said. In his press conference. “We’ve had a personal relationship for 20 years. He drafted me here. We’ve had a lot of personal conversations that should stay that way and are very private.
Against his predecessors, Brady completed 43 of 22 passes for 269 yards, without a touchdown or interruption, taking the lead in less than two minutes using Ryan Sokop’s late field goal. Of New England quarterback Mc Jones جن who completed 40 of 31 passes for 275 yards, two touchdowns, an interception and 19 consecutive finishes in one place پھر then led the Patriots into the field goal range, but Folk’s 56 yards. ‘S attempt hit the left. straight
“We practiced defensively every day against Tom Brady, so it’s not like we’ve never seen Tom Brady before.” Belchak called it a post game.. “They’re a good football team, they’re great quarterbacks, I think everything goes without saying.”