Tom Brady Gives Awkward Response When Asked If He Feels Appreciated By The Patriots
At the end of last season, ESPN published an explosive report revealing the rift between quarterback Tom Brady and head coach Bill Belichick. According to ESPN, Brady was angry at his coach for not giving him enough praise throughout the season.
At the same time, as his age has increased, Brady has become an advocate of positive thinking. Belichick’s negativity and cynicism have gotten old, Brady has told other Patriots players and staff. He feels he has accomplished enough that he shouldn’t have to endure so much grief. Patriots staffers have noticed that, this year more than ever, he seems to volley between unwavering confidence and driving insecurity. Brady has noted to staff a few times this year that, no matter how many game-changing throws he makes, Belichick hasn’t awarded him Patriot of the Week all year.
Today, Brady was at the Milken Institute Global Conference for a Q&A event and was asked whether he felt appreciated by the Patriots. Brady went on to give an awkward response to the question.