New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick has been around the NFL for quite some time and has seen many different star quarterbacks.
But you won't find him talking about many players the way he talked about Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers on Wednesday.
During his press conference on Wednesday morning, Belichick held high praise for his upcoming rival, Aaron Rodgers.
Of Rodgers, Belichick said, "He's seen it a million times." "They don't turn the ball. He doesn't make many mistakes - he never did.
He is a very resourceful quarterback. He pretends that is there and he pretends something that is not really there.
And then he rarely makes a mistake where his game is bad. There are very, very few of them.
"I think it's one of the things that makes him a great quarterback. He's got a great hand, he's got a great touch. He's accurate.
He helps the team to win. He does the things he needs to do to win. And he makes some plays that not many people can make.
But, he doesn't try to do this all the time and makes good decisions. Certainly, very protective of the ball and handling of the offense. He's got a lot of freedom to do what he should.