Fitzgerald had high-praise for the six-time NFL champion.
Now that the Super Bowl is over and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has secured his sixth-championship ring, many players and pundits around the NFL are debating whether or not we can finally call Brady the greatest of all-time. He has the most Super Bowls of any player in the league's history and has been dominant at his position for close to 20 years now. Larry Fitzgerald, a dominant wide receiver in his own right, spoke to TMZ after the game last night and made it official that Brady really is the G.O.A.T.
"He's the G.O.A.T. There's no question about that," Fitzgerald said matter of factly. Fitzgerald has had a phenomenal career of his own. He made the Super Bowl back in 2009 as a member of the Arizona Cardinals but just barely fell short to the Pittsburgh Steelers in a 27-23 thriller.
Fitzgerald was asked about the game itself and how boring it was. The Cardinals wide receiver made it clear that Brady probably doesn't care about that one bit and that it won't have any effect on his legacy.
Now that the season is over, oddsmakers have already declared the Kansas City Chiefs as the favorites to win the Super Bowl next season at 6-1 odds.
Do you think Brady is the G.O.A.T and if not who else would it be?