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Tedy Bruschi believes Invoice Belichick ought to retire after 2023 season


“Shula doesn’t matter. You’ve bought a number of Tremendous Bowls over Shula. You’re a greater coach.”

Tedy Bruschi believes that Invoice Belichick must step away from teaching on the finish of the 2023 season. (AP Photograph/Steven Senne)

A Patriots legend and one in every of Invoice Belichick’s most loyal captains out on the gridiron believes that the longtime New England head coach must stroll away from the sidelines after the 2023 season.

Talking on ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown, former Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi stated that Belichick wants to drag out all of the stops to get New England again to some stage of respectability after a depressing 1-4 begin to the 2023 season. 

However as soon as this present season involves an in depth, Bruschi thinks that his coach must step away — moderately than proceed to chase Don Shula’s file for probably the most teaching wins in NFL historical past.

With six Tremendous Bowl titles on his resume as a head coach, Belichick has little left to show in the case of his standing as soccer’s biggest coach of all time. However Shula’s file stands because the final particular person milestone that Belichick has but to topple, with the Patriots coach needing one other 18 wins to leapfrog Shula.

“What do I personally really feel [about] how this could go, and the way this could finish with Invoice Belichick?” Bruschi stated. “That is simply my private feeling on what ought to occur. I need him to educate his ass off this season and get six, seven wins, all proper?

“Have them enjoying respectable by the top of the season, and stroll away. That’s what I need my former coach to do. Don’t — Shula doesn’t matter. You’ve bought a number of Tremendous Bowls over Shula. You’re a greater coach.”

As for what the 71-year-old Belichick would do if he was now not teaching soccer?

“Fish with me on Nantucket,” Bruschi replied.

The strain is on Belichick and the Patriots going into Sunday’s Week 6 matchup in opposition to the Raiders. New England is totally rudderless getting into its showdown in opposition to Josh McDaniels, Jakobi Meyers, and Jimmy Garoppolo.

The Patriots have been outscored, 72-3, and allowed 69 consecutive factors over their final two losses to the Cowboys and Saints.