FOX Sports presents full coverage of Super Bowl LI with SKIP & SHANNON: UNDISPUTED, THE HERD WITH COLIN COWHERD, GARBAGE TIME WITH KATIE NOLAN: SUPER BOWL SPECIAL, FOX SPORTS LIVE WITH JAY & DAN, SPEAK FOR YOURSELF and NASCAR RACE HUB live from Houston’s Discovery Green as part of SUPER BOWL WEEK on FS1.
Below are highlights from this morning’s edition of SKIP & SHANNON: UNDISPUTED. Highlights from this afternoon’s programming and confirmed guests for tomorrow’s shows will be distributed later today.
Top Video Highlights:
- Skip Bayless on Tom Brady’s “wrongful conviction” and 2016 comeback
- Hall of Famer Marcus Allen on Tom Brady’s Super Bowl losses
- Skip Bayless on the Cowboys Super Bowl prospects next year
“I’m going to say Coach Belichick. It’s hard to say unless one is gone for an extended period of time without the other… I’ve seen him build this system and I’ve seen him in 19 games without Tom Brady be 13-6. I have yet to see Tom Brady play without Coach Belichick. Also, top 10 scoring defenses, 13 of the last 16 seasons that’s what the Patriots have had. Now coaches can install any system they want, but it’s a lot easier to install that system when your best player is your hardest worker.”
“I haven’t lost respect for Tom. I still think he’s great, you know there’s always been this debate about who’s number one and I love Tom, love what he’s done. He’s a friend of mine and the fact that he’s 4-2 I mean you really can’t pin those losses on him. I mean there was one incredible play by David Tyree which kept the drive alive, and then there was an incomplete pass that they should’ve converted on. And you never know, they could’ve won two more Super Bowls, but I played with a guy – I played with him so that’s different – I played with a guy, number 16 in the sunset of his career, Joe Montana. He was awesome. I mean he was just awesome to play with in Kansas City. I mean he was in the latter part of his career and he was still great. And he was 4-0 in Super Bowls, so I mean I don’t try to say who’s number one. I just appreciate both of them. But one a little more because I played with one.”
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