New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady believes that a graceful approach to winning is better than Richard Sherman's outburst.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady believes that whenever his side win, they do so gracefully rather than take the approach of Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman.
The 25-year-old criticised San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree following his side's victory in the NFC championship game, but Brady feels that is an disrespectful approach.
"I don't know him at all. I've watched him play and he's that kind of guy," Brady told WEEI. "I approach the game and I have respect for my opponent.
"That's the way our team always plays and we win with graciousness. When we lose, we can do better. Some teams don't always do that, that's not their program."
The Patriots ended their season with a 26-16 defeat to the Denver Broncos in the AFC championship.
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