Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner questioned the low ranking given by Chris Simms of NBC Sports to New England Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady and New Orleans Saints signal-caller Drew Brees. Warner expressed his displeasure over Simms’ ranking via his Twitter account where he commented: “are you kidding me?” He talked about the Pro Football Talk article ranking Brady as the No. 9 quarterback and placing Brees at No. 10.

In reaction, Simms defended his list, saying the two legendary quarterbacks are 9 and 10 at this point in their respective careers.

“The system makes them more than they make the system at this point. It’s not about clicks,” said Simms. Warner responded by saying “Are u serious??? Systems don’t have anything to do with great QB play at the biggest moments... they don’t make QBs throw great balls into tight windows...” When a fan told Warner to “go talk to God about it”, the Hall of Fame quarterback answered, “already did - he had both in Top 5!!” Recently, Brady was picked as the No. 6 player in the top 100 NFL players list by Pete Prisco of CBS Sports.

Warner picked Brady as top quarterback for 2019 season

Earlier, Warner came up with his own list of top quarterbacks in 2019, where he picked Brady as No.

1. Warner made his choice during an interview with NFL Network, where he said that he doesn’t see the 41-year-old Brady slowing down in the 2019 season. Also, Warner praised Brady’s consistent play, which he believes will help the Patriots win a seventh Super Bowl trophy. After Brady, Warner picked Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs at No.

2, Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers at No. 3 and Ben Roethlisberger of the Pittsburgh Steelers at No. 4. Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2017, Warner is considered as the greatest undrafted player in NFL history before he retired in 2010.

Warner had a taste of Brady’s greatness when they faced off in Super Bowl XXXVI, where the Patriots won their first Super Bowl trophy with a 20-17 win.

In that game, Warner outplayed Brady, but the latter led the Patriots to a drive that set up Adam Vinatieri's game-winning field goal. Warner threw for 365 yards and a touchdown with two interceptions while Brady went 16 of 27 for 145 yards and a score.

Robert Kraft receives Genesis Prize in Israel

Patriots’ team owner, Robert Kraft received special recognition when he and other current and former members of the squad visited Israel. Kraft received the $1 million Genesis Prize, an award given to individuals for their outstanding professional achievement, contribution to humanity, and commitment to Jewish values. In his speech, Kraft said he will use the $1 million prize for moves that will help fight anti-Semitism. On top of that, Kraft has put up a foundation, where he will shell out a $20 million personal donation, to help that cause.