New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick supplied some excessive reward for Green Bay Packers quarterback and reigning NFL Most Valuable Player Aaron Rodgers on Monday as these two golf equipment put together to face off at Lambeau Field this coming Sunday.
Rodgers returned the favor whereas talking on “The Pat McAfee Show” Tuesday afternoon.
“He’s the best coach of all time,” Rodgers stated of Belichick throughout the phase, per Andrew Gould of The Spun. “He’s a legend, living legend. He’s been ahead of the game for a long, long time. He makes incredible in-game adjustments … whatever it takes.”
Rodgers additionally known as Belichick, who guided the Patriots to 6 Super Bowl championships throughout his tenure when Tom Brady was his QB1, “a fantastic coach” throughout the interview.
“You never know exactly what you’re going to get, but you got to be ready for all of it,” Rodgers added about Belichick’s techniques.
As Ryan Gaydos famous for Fox News, Belichick spoke extremely of Rodgers throughout a Monday look on Boston sports activities radio station WEEI.
“He’s very smart. A very good athlete,” Belichick stated of the four-time NFL MVP. “He’s obtained superb quickness and the power to keep away from and escape guys within the pocket to increase performs. Really no weaknesses with the participant in any respect. Tremendous quantity of expertise in recreation state of affairs administration. He’s pretty much as good as there may be.
“Glad he’s in the NFC and haven’t had to face him more than we had because he’s always been a problem. And looks like he’s playing extremely well again as he always does. It’ll be a big challenge for us defensively this week. Not just him, but (running back Aaron Jones) and the entire offense. It’s a good offensive team. They’re well coached. They have a lot of good players, and they have a great, great quarterback.”
By all accounts, the 1-2 Patriots might be up in opposition to it on the 2-1 Packers this Sunday, as New England beginning quarterback Mac Jones will probably miss not less than that recreation as a result of reported high-ankle sprain he suffered on this previous Sunday’s loss to the Baltimore Ravens. Veteran journeyman backup Brian Hoyer is the following man up on the Patriots depth chart forward of rookie and fourth-round draft choice Bailey Zappe.