We have a lot of time to wait this next fortnight. Much of our idle time will be spent thinking about these things. Might as well get a debate started. Belichick is 66, and is "good here, good this year, good for a while". A decade ago (A Football Life, 2009) he swore you wouldn't catch him like Marv Levy, coaching into his 70s, but he seems to have no reason to consider doing anything else. Brady is 41 and swears he's playing till he's 45, or till he sucks. His wife doesn't like him taking shots to the head, but neither does his OL, and his OL coach appears to be a sorceror. Bill may feel an obligation to stay through a QB transition to leave the franchise in a better state. However, Tom might feel likewise, especially if that successor is Josh McDaniels. What's the likeliest outcome here?