Tom Brady talked about Bucs safety Dashon Goldson and CB Darrelle Revis yesterday.
He first talked about Dashon Goldson, who recently had his suspension overturned by the NFL. Brady commented that if he played on the defensive side of the ball, he’d want to play like Goldson.
”If I was a safety, I’d try to play like him. He’s a great player,” Brady said. ”(We) played against him last year. I’ve always kind of watched him as a 49er. He got an opportunity after a few years in San Francisco, took advantage of his opportunity. He’s a big part of the reason why that defense was so good last year. Now he’s playing for Tampa. So, he’s already made a big impact. Practicing against them, you can see why.”
Brady talked about Revis looking like old Revis before his ACL tear.
”I don’t think there’s been many balls caught on him in these two weeks. He looks like the same guy to me,” Brady said. ”There’s nothing negative about his playing style. There’s nothing negative about his skill-set. he can really do it all. He’s fast, he’s quick. he matches up against small guys, matches up against big guys, he’s really long, he’s really strong. he’s patient. Some guys you really guess all the time, and sometimes they guess wrong. He never guesses wrong. He’s smart, he sees the whole field. I’ve never played against anyone as good as him. He’s as good as there is. You just have to be careful when you throw his way. You know he’s going to be close. No one’s going to be wide open.”