Troy Brown and Ty Law are guests on CSNNE's SportsNet Central with Kevin Walsh as they discuss the Patriots 23-16 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars.
When you look around, it feels more like a loss. Of course, a win is a win, but the Patriots did not put in their best effort in Florida.
Brown and Law understand Brady's frustrations after the game and know that he'll be deep into the film and playbook to get things right heading into the playoffs.
But listen to this quote by Law in the beginning of the video:
"I think the Patriots may have peaked when they played Houston."
Do you agree with him?
Check out the video for more.
PHOENIX -- It sounds like Robert Kraft is hoping the Belichick-Brady Era will last forever. Or close to it.
He explained on Monday at the league meetings that he'd be more than happy to see Tom Brady play deep into his mid-40s. Almost in the same breath, he said he hoped Bill Belichick would coach for another decade or more.
"I hope he coaches until his 80s," Kraft said of his soon-to-be 65-year-old head coach. "I see Warren Buffet and Rupert Murdoch, and they're in their mid-80s, and they're performing at a pretty high level. We gotta keep Bill healthy."
During his "A Football Life" documentary, produced by NFL Films back in 2009, Belichick said that he didn't think anyone would have to worry about him coaching as a 70-year-old like former Bills sideline boss Marv Levy.
But with each passing year, as Belichick displays energy and enthusiasm during practices from training camp into January, it seems more than feasible that he could do another half-decade.
Fifteen years? That may be another story, but Kraft said back in February that he has insight into Belichick's plans that the rest of us don't.
"We have a pact that we don’t talk about that," Kraft told the Washington Post. "He knows and I know. But he won’t be done this year."
PHOENIX -- Robert Kraft drew some scoffs from the media horde surrounding him on Monday when he relayed Tom Brady's intentions for the remainder of his playing career.
"As recently as two, three days ago, he assured me he'd be willing to play six, seven more years," Kraft said. "At the level he performed, there's no one that would be happier than I . . . and our fan base."
Brady put together an MVP-caliber season in 2016 at the age of 39, and he figures to be one of the best at his position during his age-40 season. And judging by his comments during Day 2 of the league meetings here, Kraft wouldn't be surprised if Brady could keep things going well into his mid-40s -- unprecedented as that would be.
"In some ways, you think about, I think there's one player at the age of 40 who had one good year: [Brett] Favre for the Vikings. But he didn't do so well before," Kraft said. "I think Tommy's sustained excellence is just unbelievable. It's a lifestyle. He's in training now. It's not like he's stopped. He works out.
"I remember after our first Super Bowl in , going down to the training room in the old Foxboro Stadium, three days after we won, and he's in there with the music blaring, working out.
"He's really dedicated and the thing that's amazing about him, to this day, he hasn't changed as a human being in terms of how he relates to people, but also in terms of how he works out. The only thing that's probably changed is how he eats, his diet. I'm not sure avocado ice cream is right for me, but if I could look like him and perform half as well, I guess I'd do it."