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Author: Jon Kuzma
We’ve seen so many relationships fall apart throughout the history of the NFL. Til this day Terrell Owens and Donovan McNabb aren’t on good terms. Jerry Jones and Jimmy Johnson aren’t too fond of each other either. But Tom Brady and Bill Belichick’s feud is different. This rivalry is between the best quarterback we’ve ever seen and the greatest coach of all-time. They’re at the next stratosphere, looking down on everyone else. And yet they’re both jockeying to get the upper hand in this next chapter. While one year won’t define who’s the winner. It’s clear Tom Brady is in better shape. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have pulled ahead of the New Orleans Saints in the NFC South. Brady’s Bucs are the new kids on the block in this division. And Belichick was left behind in New England to pick up the pieces after all of the fallout they’ve had. This is the tale of one team that’s reinvented themselves versus an old regime that’s just barely hanging on. There’s some bright days ahead for Tom Brady in Florida. The forecast isn’t as promising up there in Foxborough.
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