University of Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh recently spoke on his podcast “Attack the Day: The Harbaughs’ Podcast” in regards to getting a particular player statue put up on campus. That statue would of course be for New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.

Harbaugh said on his podcast, “Tom Brady — greatest of all time — and he’s lapped the field in football. He’s lapped the field.” Brady now has six Super Bowl victories over the course of his 19 year career and has nothing left to prove, but his competitive edge is still alive and well. Brady has no plans to retire anytime soon and why should he? At age 41, Brady still plays at an unbelievable level and the fact that he just led the Patriots to yet another Super Bowl is alarming considering his age.

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Harbaugh further spoke of Brady’s legacy by placing him in some very prestigious company. Harbaugh said, “You’re synonymous now with Babe Ruth, with Michael Jordan. The university that he attended should build a statue.”

The Patriots cannot be counted out as many people did this past season and as long as Brady is the man under center, they maintain their elite potential on the field. The Patriots have become arguably the best dynasty in football if not all sports under the Brady-Belichick era, and there’s no sign of slowing down either. Brady could retire after this season and it’s likely the things he has accomplished on the field will not be touched for many years to come.