Tom Brady on the NFL's current state: Even though he mostly shied away from contentious remarks during his illustrious career,
retired Tom Brady is already demonstrating that he isn't scared to make audacious assertions.
In a recent interview with ESPN's Stephen A. Smith, Brady offered a daring assessment of the present status of the league.
He also discussed his thoughts on the Patriots' chances of winning without Bill Belichick.Brady asserted,
"I think there's a lot of mediocrity in today's NFL." "I don't see the level of excellence that I once did."
When asked about his reasoning, Brady started out by enumerating a few things.He said, "I don't think the coaching is as good as it was."
"I don't believe the young players' development is as strong as it once was.
Many negative habits have been incorporated into the game's actual play via the regulations. Simply put, I feel that the product is not as good as it once was.