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We are lining up for the marquee matchup we’ve wanted since Tom Brady left The New England Patriots for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Does it probably sting for Belichick that Tom Brady won a Super Bowl the very same year he left New England? Absolutely lets think about how competitive both men are and how driven both were during 20 seasons together. But thanks to the NFLs Schedule we only had to wait one single year before the two winners faced each other in a regular season game. Since New England is currently a dumpster fire, at least they’ve won more games than the Detroit Lions.

Ahead of Sunday’s game against the New England Patriots, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady’s relationship with his former head coach Bill Belichick has been put under a microscope. We will also discuss the book in this article breaking down Brady vs Bellichick for the first time ever. The Buccaneers remain a favorite to repeat as champions after retaining nearly all of their core players from last year’s team. Brady said he’s driven by a desire to prove Tampa Bay general manager Jason Licht and head coach Bruce Arians right for taking a chance on him.

But if those things happened, no one within the walls at 1 Patriot Place is willing to admit it. There is stress in that building — but there always is. And while it seems to have heightened this week, it’s not just because of the homecoming of the greatest player in franchise history, but also because the Patriots are 1-2 and just fell flat on their faces against the New Orleans Saints. Mac Jones took over for Cam Newton who was signed to replace the departed Tom Brady.

New Book “It’s Better To Be Feared”

New England Patriots book goes inside secretive and controversial franchise and Robert Kraft, Tom Brady and Bill Belichick. This book was announced publicly this week considering everybody in the entire sports world is fired up about this game this week. The book has been refuted by both Tom Brady and Bill Bellichick.

In the end, Tom Brady just wanted to say goodbye — in person — to his longtime coach. But according to a new book to be published next month, Bill Belichick said he wasn’t available and insisted the two New England Patriots legends talk on the phone.

The book claims that Brady wanted to say goodbye to Belichick in person before officially leaving the Patriots as a free agent in 2020, and that the veteran head coach “said he wasn’t available and insisted the two New England Patriots legends talk on the phone.”

Belichick was asked about this excerpt from the book during his press conference Wednesday afternoon, and he was quick to refute it. 

“No, that’s not true,” Belichick said. “And I’ve heard a few things about this book, and it sounds like it’s a lot of second, third and fourth-hand comments. But I’m not going to get into that. I’m going to focus on this game and try to prepare for this game.”

Even though Belichick told Brady that he was “the best player the league had ever seen,” Brady told a friend the fact it came over the phone was “telling” about how badly the duo’s relationship had deteriorated over the years. The book, “It’s Better to Be Feared,” by ESPN senior writer Seth Wickersham, will be published Oct. 12 by Liveright Publishing. It’s based on hundreds of interviews with a range of sources, including previously confidential emails, texts, game plans, scouting reports and internal New England studies — including one in which Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Tiger Woods and Brady were interviewed about personality traits that fueled their greatness.

Penei Sewell’s trial run at left tackle is almost over, and as well the Detroit Lions rookie has played, he said he expects to be at a new position when Taylor Decker returns, perhaps next week.

“I want him back,” Sewell said after practice Friday. “Whatever that looks like, and I think that’ll be him being on the left and me back on the right. And it’ll just make our line so much more better. He’s already a big name in this league, he’s already established himself and I’ve got to do the same.”


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