Most people are tired of seeing the word “Patriots” associated with the words “Super Bowl.” Tom Brady, star quarterback of the New England Patriots, is arguably the greatest quarterback of all time. He has won six Super Bowls, and has been to nine, including Super Bowl LIII. He has also been in three consecutive Super Bowls from 2017 to 2019, and this one might be his last.
Brady said in an ESPN interview before the Superbowl, “My goal is 45 years old, but I am willing to play as much as my body will lets me.”
Opposing fan bases are sick and tired of this, but for Patriots fans, this is a different story. This dynasty is seeming to be nearing an end soon, but the dynasty may as well last as long as Bill Belichick is alive.
The Patriots backup QB is Brian Hoyer. Even though he does have good potential, he will never be as good as Tom Brady. The Patriots in the future is all a mystery. Who knows what will happen once Brady is gone, and the Coach of the Patriots, Bill Belichick might be going with him. He might be going with him because he is old just like Brady, and people are getting the hint that he might retire soon. Vincent Zheng, football fan, said,
“I don’t blame the Patriots because they are really good, but it would be nice to see someone other than Tom Brady all the time and the Patriots. He is an amazing player, but it gets boring after a while. I like him as a person. I hate him mostly because of jealousy, and I believe this is everyone else too because some people that do not even follow the NFL hate him too.”
Josh Morrone, football fan, said,
“Obviously Tom Brady is one of the best quarterbacks to ever play in the NFL, but I believe a lot is credited to the coaching staff and team.”
The Patriots are one of the most power dynasties of all time, and arguably the best one. Other fan bases hate Brady because him and the Patriots win all the time, but most have some respect for him and acknowledge the impact he has on the field and his influence on rookie players in the league. Despite fan bases feeling a sense of relief once Brady retires, nobody will ever forget about his impact on the NFL.