2020 Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Just because some may be interested in following what TFB and Gronk can do down there.

Brady now has:

  • Mike Evans
  • Chris Godwin
  • Gronk
  • O.J. Howard
  • LeSean McCoy
  • Leonard Fournette

This looks awfully similar to the 18-1 team in skill positions. The O line and D may be quite a different story but TFB tends to make an O line better with his quick reads and throws. And of course Gronk, if he bulked back up can block crazy like.

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They so totally aren’t in a number of ways.

“The Tampa Bay Buccaneers
are the total package!”

Bucs have signed QB Josh Rosen. I feel so bad for this kid. 8 different OCs in 8 years or something like that.

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maybe a Jim Plunkett resurrection is coming his way - sit behind Tom on a Offensive minded Coaches team and build some knowledge as Heir apparent to Brady!! Like Plunkett to Stabler

Adam Schefter@AdamSchefter
Tom Brady’s team is an underdog in a regular-season game for the first time since 2015, per @ESPNStatsInfo.
Before this week, Brady’s team had been favored in 74 straight regular-season starts.

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Looks like TFB will be without Evans.

It’s true — and utterly fascinating: Tom Brady nearly became a New Orleans Saint earlier this year.

If Drew Brees had retired — and he almost did in January — then Brady would have picked the Saints as his destination in free agency, a source said. The Saints were Brady’s preferred landing spot if Brees had moved on and the interest was reciprocal from the Saints, the source said.

Multiple news outlets, including ESPN and the NFL Network, reported the near-turn of events on Sunday morning, leading into the big Week 1 matchup between the Buccaneers and Saints at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

The Brady-Saints marriage made sense on many levels. The Saints’ high-powered offense and recent run of success appealed to Brady, who won six Super Bowls with the Patriots during his 20-year career there. New Orleans was geographically close to the East Coast, where Brady preferred to live for personal reasons. And Brady and Saints coach…