Pederson gets his shot Sunday in Super Bowl LII, as the underdog Eagles face the Patriots - the Eagles looking for their first Super Bowl victory, the Patriots seeking their sixth in the Belichick-Tom Brady era.
"I hope he doesn't hit me too hard if he gets a shot".
"I think interceptions are really important for a quarterback to think about", Brady said.
One year after masterminding the biggest comeback in Super Bowl history, when the Patriots overturned a 28-3 third-quarter deficit to defeat the Atlanta Falcons, Brady is back on the stage he has come to dominate.
It's probably OK to take a night off for an National Basketball Association game when you've coached your team to five Super Bowl wins since 2002.
That's why the Patriots are still alive this week, because Brady is playing like his old self.
Brady is the oldest non-kicker/punter in the National Football League and has embraced his senior citizen status, which has continued over the past two days upon the team's arrival in Minnesota for the Super Bowl. "We talk about where I need to throw the ball to give my guy a chance with limiting the opportunity of the opponents to catch the ball. Time", with filmmaker Gotham Chopra. I think that motivates them and they're playing great football, a great defensive line that can get to the quarterback and disrupt Tom.
His only real issue this season was suffering a nasty cut on his right thumb in practice four days before the AFC Championship Game.
"It's not quite where I want to be". A lot of the failings in my career have been some of the best teachers that I've had. It's a great glove.
"I really don't have much to say about it this morning", Brady added before ending the call at a little over two minutes.
McDaniels has long held that working with Brady made him a better coach, because he always had to be prepared to answer the quarterback's incessant questions, to justify the smallest of his decisions, to explain what everyone's role was on every single play.
The first-quarter scoring woes in the Super Bowl led to a memorable moment from an NFL Network documentary about last year's title of linebackers coach Brian Flores addressing a banquet to honor the team. He's incredibly passionate about his players and putting them in great positions.