Buffalo Payments head coach Sean McDermott says he’s sleeping higher now that Tom Brady has moved on from the New England Patriots — and the AFC East — after 20 seasons.
McDermott spoke extremely of Brady throughout an interview with NFL Community on Friday, calling him a “phenomenal participant” when requested in regards to the quarterback’s resolution in March to signal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
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“Yeah, I slept slightly bit higher at night time once I noticed Tom make his resolution,” the coach mentioned.
He added: “What an outstanding participant general. [I have] a whole lot of respect for greatness, and what he’s been capable of accomplish in his profession and the way in which he works for it. Actually, he gave us and the AFC East a whole lot of suits over time.”
However McDermott isn’t taking an excessive amount of consolation in Brady’s departure simply but.
“Till somebody is ready to beat the Patriots and win the division, they continue to be the favourite, for my part, to win the division,” he mentioned.
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After signing a two-year contract with the Bucs, Brady will now be part of the NFC South, the place he’ll go head-to-head with the New Orleans Saints’ Drew Brees and the Atlanta Falcons’ Matt Ryan.