October 2, 2013, 8:21 pm
Drew Bledsoe spent 13 years in the NFL with the New England Patriots, Buffalo Bills and Dallas Cowboys and was a Super Bowl Champion with Bill Parcells and the Patriots in 2002. He joined Chad on Flight 750 on Wednesday to talk about his great football career.Bledsoe gave his thoughts on who he thinks the greatest quarterback ever is.
“I really in my personal opinion – And you just take that for what it’s worth – I think Peyton’s probably the best one that’s played the game. I really do believe that.”
Bledsoe also talked about that moment when he had to be replaced by the legendary Tom Brady.
“It certainly was a hard situation. The first time that you go through that, it’s a difficult situation. But like anything in life, whether it’s football or business or family, you can’t always control what happens for you. But you can control how you conduct yourself.”
Bledsoe also insists that Pete Carroll never got a fair shake when he was with the Patriots and he knew that Carroll was going to find success if he was ever given another chance to coach.
“When Pete landed in Seattle, I felt fairly confident that he was going to have a lot of success because he was going to make sure that he had control of the personnel and man they’ve got depth, they’ve got talent, they’ve got everything going with the Seahawks and it’s pretty exciting to see the success he’s having.”
Take a listen to the great interview and be sure to check out his website for information on some of the business ventures he has gotten involved in since leaving the league in 2006.