New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is thinking long-term. His coach, Bill Belichick, is thinking short-term, as usual.Belichick responded on Wednesday to a radio interview Brady did earlier this week, when he recommitted to playing as long as possible. The five-time Super Bowl champion, who on Sunday led the Patriots to their 10th straight division title, told Westwood One radio that he intends to return in 2019 for a 20th NFL season.”I absolutely believe I will. I know I’ve talked about it for a long time. I have goals to not only play next year, but beyond that,” Brady said in the interview in advance of Sunday’s game against the New York Jets. “I’m going to try to do it as best I possibly can. I’m going to give it everything I have, like I always have.”It will certainly be a challenge. I don’t take any of these things for granted, but I hope I can keep playing, and I hope I can keep playing at a championship level.”When asked about Brady’s comments, Belichick had this to say.”Yeah, well, I mean, right now I think it’s a one-game season here,” Belichick told reporters. “So, we’ll just concentrate on the Jets and worry about next year, next year, worry about next week, next week, worry about last year some other year.”Brady, 41, is under contract through the 2019 season.