Published: Sun, February 03, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Brady: I´m better now than in first Super Bowl

Brady: I´m better now than in first Super Bowl

Tom Brady shared one final message before Super Bowl 53 as he released a hype video Sunday morning captioned "Still Here".

"It's really about playing at a championship level, I think that takes a different shape every year based on how the team is set up".

General Manager, Les Snead, head coach Sean McVay and Jared Goff.

McVay is well aware that, if not for his last name, he nearly certainly wouldn't be the Rams head coach right now because he wouldn't have been hired by the Redskins in 2010 and wouldn't have been hired by family friend Jon Gruden right out of college to be the Tampa Bay Bucs' assistant wide receivers coach.

As usual, Super Bowl Sunday is an event - with much more than just the broadcast of the game going on. Unfortunately, despite the incredible season the Rams came up short in the first round of the playoffs where they were defeated by the Atlanta Falcons 26-13. It's never about one person, one play, one game.

This could just be general managers sticking with the new trend in the National Football League of trying to emulate what the Rams have created with McVay, but it seems coaches that have spent time under his tutelage are being interviewed and hired to other elevated positions.

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The 41-year-old has given no indication he is ready to bow out yet and thinks he and the team have evolved over time to become a well-oiled machine.

"If we continue to prepare like we have, I think we'll play well", he said.

Those close to McVay were sure that he would be a superstar in the NFL soon enough, and now, his enticing combination of charisma, fire, and strategic genius has risen to the greatest stage in football.

"To even be mentioned in the same breath as coach Belichick". Together they managed to turn the Redskins offence from the 25 ranked to the 3 ranked overall between 2014 and 2016. Same with McVay. Both coaches aren't afraid to gamble and trust their players to make plays.

"It comes down to transparency and knowing how you want your team to be run, " Suh said.

Whether McVay wins or loses, he's already begun to build the foundation of a legacy for himself.

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