In the Tom vs. Bill debate, Asante Samuel is squarely on Team Brady.

The former Patriots Pro Bowl cornerback, who spent five years playing for Bill Belichick and being a teammate of Brady, stepped right into the who-gets-more-credit-for-the-New England-dynasty discussion with a series of tweets on Wednesday.

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Samuel, who moved on from the Patriots to the Philadelphia Eagles as a free agent after New England's 18-1 season ended with a Super Bowl loss in 2007 and finished his career with the Atlanta Falcons, credited Pats offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels with helping Brady flourish.

In the end, Samuel acknowledged that it was the combination of the coach and quarterback that led to true greatness.

And to Patriots fans who may remember him more for the potential game-clinching interception he couldn't hold on to on the play before Eli Manning connected with David Tyree for the famed "Helmet Catch" in the New York Giants' upset of the 18-0 Pats in Super Bowl 42, Samuel had a message:

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