New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is biased, but feels Tom Brady is a better quarterback than San Francisco 49ers/Kansas City Chiefs legend Joe Montana.
"I think that Tommy, with all due respect, is better than Joe Montana," Kraft told NFL.com. "I know that's a leap, but I really think he might already be the best of all time. I watch how involved he is, how driven he is. He's like (Patriots coach Bill) Belichick, he's into the details. And he's got a skill that makes him so special; he can process all of it so quickly. And then, he's just got that quality. Certain people have that sincerity. He's a very genuine guy. People can relate to him. People can trust him."
Brady, 35, has played in one more Super Bowl than Montana, but has one more win. Montana is 4-0 in Super Bowls, while Brady is 3-2, including a loss last season to the New York Giants.