Gase had a very relatable response:”Man, I don’t know. I wake up and I feel like s—,” the 40-year-old told reporters. “He’s older than me, just to clarify that.” Related News Patriots star Tom Brady reacts to Rob Gronkowski’s retirement announcement Gase went on to praise the six-time Super Bowl champion, saying:”He’s unbelievable. I have a lot of respect for him, just everything he does. The way he takes care of his body. Everything he does in his life is to win, win on Sunday’s, and he’ll do that until the day he stops playing. It’s not going to change. To me, I’m glad he’s still playing — personally I would rather go against the best and those two guys (Brady and coach Bill Belichick) right now are at the top and we’re striving to get there.”Adam Gase on Tom Brady playing into his forties: “I wake up and I feel like s–t…and he’s older than me” pic.twitter.com/OG9OIEXFbT— SNY (@SNYtv) March 26, 2019Gase joined the Jets organization in January after he served as head coach of the Dolphins for three seasons. He led the team to a 10-6 record and a playoff appearance in his first year in Miami in 2016 but tallied just 15 total wins over the next two seasons. Gase also spent time as the offensive coordinator in Denver and Chicago. Father time has yet to catch up to Tom Brady, but it seems to have found Jets coach Adam Gase.Gase, who is entering his first season at the helm in New York, fielded questions Tuesday ahead of the NFL’s Annual League Meetings. One of those questions was about the signal-caller playing into his 40s. Meanwhile, Brady, is showing no signs of stopping. He led the Patriots to their sixth Super Bowl win at the end of the 2018-19 season. The three-time MVP is coming off one of his better seasons in the last decade.Brady completed 65.8 percent of his passes for 4,355 yards and 29 touchdowns in 2018. He did throw 11 interceptions, a spike from recent years, and finished with a quarterback rating of 97.7.