Listen: Tom Brady, Tom He, Aaron Rodgers discussed on First Things First
"We got this handled. If I make the great plays that's a bonus. But I I doubt that I'm gonna go against that. Because I think the way he is played in these game, Tom he is not a game manager. Now, they do play the percentages offense defense against special teams. So their whole philosophy is they're going to take advantage of what the defense is going to. But you can look at Tom Brady's numbers where there's he is carved up defense is. So I I wouldn't say that he's just tried to manage. I wasn't trying to save the gate mantra. He's the greatest quarterback ever. My point. Is it goes back to what we were talking about yesterday is he knows better than any quarterback. You're not going to go broke making a profit. He doesn't feel like I need to make this thirty yard bomb. I can move the sticks. I can trust my guys to be with her supposed to be. We're going to continue to progress down the field. I also do wonder what differentiates them you made such a great point yesterday between him and Aaron Rodgers because when it looks like Aaron Rodgers has been pressing to those big bombs Tom Brady knows if I need three yards per, I doubt. I'm okay. Getting just three yards that could be a little bit managing the game. Not as a gay, man. Absolutely. But I also think when Tom Brady's talking about this. Whether he says it or not what is sticking in the back of his head is not the fourth quarter against Seattle in the Super Bowl is not the fourth quarter against a land in the Super Bowl. But the last time he really touched the ball in the fourth quarter against the eagles in the Super Bowl. Because what happened ball got taken from it and game that a lot of people thought they were about to drive the field down five and win the Super Bowl win his sixth Super Bowl. He turned the ball over. And they lost that game. And in the beginning of this year. He turned the ball over in seven straight games which was for Brady unprecedent now since then he hasn't turned the ball over once. He also has been much more conservative with throws. He has had less explosive numbers. He had three game stretch. We're only at one total touchdown, but the teams winning. I mean at the end of the day. None of that, man. It's about the personnel though, you play to the personnel. Why should he be trying to hold the ball? He's got new people often line. He's got a new offense of tackle for the first time in a long time. When you hold onto the football people get closer to you. So you are putting the ball in turnovers at risk, and they ain't got no great Dc threats on the on the pats. Josh hasn't proven that. There's been a lot of miscommunication between him and Tom. Why should I sit back here and hold this ball, and I can move it down the field by Tulsa, Tom Brady? Hey, no problem. Keep doing what you doing. All right, Scott to take a break. We talked about Aaron Rodgers coming up is he starting to realize that the end.."