Tom Brady. (TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images)
BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — Los Angeles QB Jared Goff was seven when a 24-year-old Tom Brady beat the then St. Louis Rams in 2002 for his first championship.
Now, Goff's 24, anxious for his first Super Bowl, and Brady's preparing for his record ninth.
Earlier this week in Atlanta, Brady was asked if he had any advice for his counterpart.
"I'm not giving him any advice, are you crazy?!" Brady said.
NFL Network's Kurt Warner won one of his three Super Bowl opportunities. He asked Goff if he had any advice for Brady, not that he'd answer.
"Just, what to make important and what not to make important," Goff said. "I've gotten some good advice from some people. I'll probably be hitting you up pretty soon here! Just trying to figure out what to make important, how to prepare this week, and how to avoid distraction."
Goff said others have told him to stick to his regular routine.
Normalcy for Brady is winning. Another ring would give him six—more than any player in NFL history.
WBZ NewsRadio's Adam Kaufman ( @AdamMKaufman ) reports