Patriots are still team to beat in AFC East — Bills GM

Patriots are still team to beat in AFC East — Bills GM

Patriots are still team to beat in AFC East — Bills GM

The shock was not so much related to the fact Brady had at long last chose to leave New England after two decades-rumors he had run his race with the Patriots never really went away throughout the whole of last season-but to the fact the Bucs nearly came out of nowhere to overtake all the other potential suitors in the race to sign the six-time Super Bowl champion.

"Life is always changing, and in whatever decision you make, or direction you choose, there's an opportunity".

While he doesn't explicitly go into why he ultimately parted ways with the Patriots this spring - if you're looking for a tell-all about his time in New England, this isn't it - he does write extensively about the importance of chance throughout his career and now. Everyone comes up against challenges. I don't want to let anyone down.

It's no wonder the Patriots won the division title 17 times in the Brady era. "Of course, it starts with the entire New England Patriots organization, and Robert Kraft and the entire Kraft family".

You know, that unsettling feeling about not being sure who your starting quarterback will be this season, next year - or beyond. "And until somebody beats them, they are the team to beat". That's what we need!

It will not be Browns starter Cody Kessler, who was on the New England list previous year but was released Wednesday.

"... Gillette Stadium holds around 70,000 people, and I've never not played in a sold-out stadium during my career as a Patriot". I mentioned earlier, (he was) one of the guys that we looked at, at the trade deadline. That's what we've been looking for!' Deep down I know what I can do. And I know my time there will be as unbelievable in its own way as what came before. "Now I want to see it in action".

Brady had remained silent about the circumstances that led to his departure from Foxborough to sign with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. And I know my time there will be as unbelievable in its own way as what came before.

Although Brady did not criticize anyone in the piece, let alone Belichick, he did explain why he signed in Tampa, writing: 'They want to listen to what I have to say'.

Everybody knows Brady was at Candlestick Park when Dwight Clark made the catch in 1982, but that Joe Montana love is still there: He's still got a poster of Montana hanging over his desk in Brookline.

Still, I'm excited. Most of all, I'm motivated.

With 20 years together as the winningest coach-quarterback tandem in National Football League history and thousands of words to play with, it's a bit eye-catching that Belichick didn't get a tip of the cap.

While Beane may be confident with his own team, he was quick to point out that until somebody actually beats the Pats then they're still the team to beat in the division.

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