Asante Samuel, not a New England Patriot Way fan, thanks Tom Brady for the dynasty.

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Thank you Samuel played for the New England Patriots member of two Super Bowl championship teams for the first five years of his career.

This does not mean that he can only speak kind words about the organization.

New England Patriots cornerback Asante Samuel (22) thinks it's a bit chilly on the field with offensive tackle Matt Light (72), quarterback Tom Brady (12) and linebacker Mike Wrabel during Media Day for Super Bowl XLII at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale. Arizona, January 20th.  29, 2008.

New England Patriots cornerback Asante Samuel (22) thinks it’s a bit chilly on the field with offensive tackle Matt Light (72), quarterback Tom Brady (12) and linebacker Mike Wrabel during Media Day for Super Bowl XLII at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale. Arizona, January 20th. 29, 2008.
(Photo by Nancy Lane/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald via Getty Images)

On the latest edition of the I’M A SPORTSMAN podcast, Samuel was critical of New England head coach Bill Belichick and those players who followed the Patriot Way.

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“Some of them have been brainwashed into talking about the Path of the Patriot. I’m not going for any of this, Samuel. said in a podcast. “I don’t know what the non-Patriotic Way is.”

New England Patriots cornerback Asante Samuel speaks to reporters during Media Day during Super Bowl XLII at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.  Jan.  29, 2008.

New England Patriots cornerback Asante Samuel speaks to reporters during Media Day during Super Bowl XLII at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. Jan. 29, 2008.
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“All of them [were] company people talking about Patriot Way,” he continued. “I don’t know anything about it. I’m here to get money, take care of my family, just like Belichick is here to take care of my family, get my money. So when you’re trying to keep my money and want all your money, I don’t have any respect for you.”

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After five years in New England, Samuel signed with the Philadelphia Eaglesplaying for four years from 2008 to 2011.

Since then, the Patriots have been the greatest dynasty in NFL history. defenseman Tom Brady training in the 2000 NFL Draft, winning six Super Bowls with Brady at center with Belichick in command.

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Samuel gives much of the credit to Brady, who, according to Samuel, made everything work, including allowing New England to make personnel decisions that other organizations couldn’t.

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“We can make those decisions because we have Tom,” Samuel said. “I don’t care what decisions you can make. Who should be invited next from free agents? Can they pass the test? Engage them and make sure they can get through to the fourth quarter. That’s all we need is someone, because we have Tom, everything will work. I saw it with my own eyes. I am not kidding. This is true”.

Cornerback Asante Samuel of the New England Patriots celebrates a victory over a pass thrown to New York Giants wide receiver Plaxico Burress (background) during the third quarter of Super Bowl XLII at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on February 20 .  3, 2008.

Cornerback Asante Samuel of the New England Patriots celebrates a victory over a pass thrown to New York Giants wide receiver Plaxico Burress (background) during the third quarter of Super Bowl XLII at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on February 20 . 3, 2008.
(Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty Images)

Despite Belichick’s criticism on the podcast, Samuel said the legendary coach has one way to become the greatest of all time – to win another Super Bowl.

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“I still give him credit, he can still be the greatest coach of all time,” Samuel said. “He just has to win another Super Bowl.”

All-Pro on the first team in 2007 and four-time pro bowler, Samuel’s career has come to an end after the 2013 season.