Far-Fetched Friday: Brady and Buccaneers to Go Undefeated

09/20/2021

Tom Brady seems to be getting better with age, but the reality is that he's finally on a team that surrounds him with the appropriate talent fitting for someone of his ability. He no longer has to throw 5'9" receivers who were ex-quarterbacks open. The Tampa Buccaneers are giving him the assets he deserves, evident by last season's super bowl win. This change is why I believe Tom Brady and the Buccaneers will take things up a notch and finish the regular season undefeated.

Welcome back to Far-Fetched Friday, where every Friday we give you a bold prediction that we believe will come to fruition. This Friday, we look at a potential date with destiny.

Life away from New England is treating Tom Brady very well. I mean, who would have thought trading the 20-degree weather in Foxborough for the tropical weather of Tampa, Florida, would be a good call? But all jokes aside, the real difference is the talent Tom has been surrounded with and what that means for his prospects.

The Buccaneers have a receiving core that is top three in the league, a pass-rushing core that tied for 4th last year in sacks, and a roster returning every single starter from their super bowl winning team. That combination of talent and experience makes me confident that Tom Brady will repeat what he did in 2007 and finish the NFL regular season undefeated.


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