Tom Brady denies being The GOAT, says he’s just a ‘product’ of Patriots’ system

Is Tom Brady just a product of Bill Belichick’s system? That argument has been made by several talking heads over the years, and now the veteran Patriots quarterback appears to agree with them, at least partially.

Speaking humbly to ESPN after he was asked if he had replaced childhood hero Joe Montana as the GOAT, or Greatest Of All Time, Brady responded:

With Brady, it’s a mix of talent and the system he’s in. What if someone other than the Patriots had drafted Brady? Would he still have the success he’s had? Maybe not entirely. But we’ll never truly know. What we do know, is that Brady belongs in the GOAT discussion, even if he won’t admit it.

The incident wasn’t carried live on the Marlins broadcast but did make it on the air live in St. Louis as Evaniuk attempted to “distract” Cardinals pitcher Brett Cecil as he faced the Marlins Christian Yelich.

Said Evaniuk: “I mean I just, like, shimmied my boobs a little bit. But I guess the whole Internet just broke after that. To be honest, I actually didn’t even think I got caught on camera because it was so fast.’’

South Florida radio talk-show host Andy Slater was sitting to Evaniuk’s left and laughing at the flashing, the Miami Herald reported.

“When you go to a baseball game you never know what you’re going to see on any given night,’’ Slater told the Herald. “It happened so quickly. I didn’t even think the camera caught it. Then, three minutes later, someone showed me their phone and it was already a GIF on Twitter. Amazing.’’

Slater told the Herald that Evaniuk is expected back at Marlins Park on Monday for a game against the Astros.

“Everyone wants to know, if you go back to another game, would New Vikings Jerseys Cheap you do it again?’’ “Inside Edition” asked her.

“No,” Evaniuk said, emphatically shaking her head.