"Keller has put together the same kind of numbers as Finley over the course of his career while working with less talented quarterbacks, and Keller's approach seems to be more by-the-book than that of Finley, who has made headlines in the past for being disgruntled with his role in Green Bay's high-powered offense," writes Perry. READ MORE>>
"Hey, remember how Tom Brady has all those Super Bowl appearances and victories? All those passing records? Who do you think helped orchestrate all that? That's right, Belichick," writes Saraf. "The man already has a Hall of Fame resume and will rightly assume his spot soon after he decided to stop roaming the sidelines. Now, the only question is will his bust be wearing a hoodie?" READ MORE>>
Will Brinson of CBS Sports builds a baseball roster consisting of the best current NFL players that have been taken in past MLB drafts. Tom Brady makes the team at catcher.
"Not a whole lot of dudes crushing for power at his age and you know Brady isn't gonna beat out a bunch of singles. Not that you can blame him: dude was drafted by the Expos in the 18th round of the 1995 draft to play catcher," notes Brinson. "He's not supposed to be speedy. But he might've had a future in baseball, as his bat speed and power potential would've made him as high as a fifth-round pick if not for football at the University of Michigan. Brady probably made the right choice." READ MORE>>
"It’s going to be a long time before any coach is able to dislodge him from the top, even if he never wins another Super Bowl," writes Steele. "What makes him special, heading into Year 15 in New England: You can hardly remember the last time the Patriots began a season without being one of the favorites to win it all. Tom Brady or not, that’s indescribably hard to do." READ MORE>>