Tom Brady's "Man in the Arena" series, which looks back at his 10 Super Bowl appearances through his eyes, is being released weekly on ESPN+ and is getting rave reviews.
Since he's in the middle of the season Bill Belichick obviously hasn't had a chance to see any of it yet, but he told The Greg Hill Show Tuesday morning he's looking forward to eventually doing so.
“I haven’t, but I am sure Tom did a great job, like he always does," he said (listen to Belichick's answer above starting around 18:30). "He was such a centerpiece in obviously all those games. I can’t wait to see it.”
Belichick then gushed over the opportunity to coach Brady for so many years.
“I definitely will (watch it) and as I have said many times, nobody deserves more credit for our success here than Tom does," he said. "He’s a great player, great person, great leader. Just a tremendous opportunity for me to coach. Probably the greatest player in NFL history and on defense with [Lawrence] Taylor, the greatest offensive player with Tom and greatest defensive player with Taylor. It’s been a tremendous opportunity for me as a coach. I certainly learned a lot from Tom. He helped me develop as a coach, as did Taylor. I am very thankful for my opportunity to have over 30 years coaching those two guys.”
Episode 4 debuts on Tuesday.
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