Tom Brady is looking forward to reuniting with New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick.
The Patriots are 3-0 without Brady, and a lot of that credit goes to Belichick and his coaching staff.
New England have had two starting quarterbacks in their three wins and may have to find a third on Sunday with Jimmy Garoppolo and Jacoby Brissett dealing with injuries.
When asked on Monday on Westwood One Radio about the job Belichick has done through the first three games, Brady did not hesitate.
"Yeah, I definitely think so," Brady responded when asked if his coach is the greatest of all time.
"I think whatever hand he's been dealt, he finds a way to win," Brady continued.
"That's the mark of a great coach. Sitting in those meetings for the last 16 years and watching him prepare the team, there's no [other] coach I'd ever want to play for. He's just remarkable in every aspect. It's a privilege to play for him. I look forward to being back out there and getting yelled at by him."
While Brady is excited to get back, he admits it is not going to be easy.
He says missing out on all of the training camp snaps will mess up his rhythm, and "it's going to take some work and some time" to get it back, adding that it is "uncharted territory."