He must find a way to lead his team to success against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defense.
But one thing he does not have to worry about is finding a way to stop Tom Brady.
That insanely difficult task is left to up the defensive staff.
Yet Garrett, a former quarterback himself, was asked his views on Brady’s NFL legacy.
He offered up some serious praise.
Jason Garrett on Tom Brady:
“They’re going to make a Mt. Rushmore of football players at some point and the first face they chisel will be that guy’s face. He’s the best player who ever walked.”
— Tom Rock (@TomRock_Newsday) November 18, 2021
Garrett believes Brady is the “best player who ever walked.”
That is a tough point to argue against given the quarterback’s historic accomplishments.
Jason Garrett says TB12 belongs on Mount Rushmore 👏 pic.twitter.com/UuGXnhuZTg
— B/R Gridiron (@brgridiron) November 18, 2021
Garrett Praises Brady
Quarterback is easily the most important position in all of sports and Brady is easily the best to ever play the position.
One could go on and on about running backs, receivers, linemen, and so on who were some of the greatest to ever pass through the NFL.
But the goal is to win championships and that usually requires a top quarterback.
Brady has seven titles to his name and is going for an eighth this season.
Remember, there have only been 55 total Super Bowls.
Winning one is a major accomplishment.
For Brady, his first was just the start of a historic career.
Garrett himself has two Super Bowl rings as a player with the Dallas Cowboys.
The difference is he was just a backup.
His goal now is to give Daniel Jones a gameplan strong enough to take on the Buccaneers defense.
That unit did show cracks last week against Washington, so a great day is possible.
Yet the more important focus will be on stopping Brady.
If the Giants defense can’t step up, the offense has no chance of leading the team to a victory.