Buccaneers Sign Tom Brady

March 18th, 2020

The impossible is reality.

It’s officially official, per NFL Network, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are the new football home for Tom Brady, arguably the greatest quarterback in NFL history.

Last season, his 20th in New England, 42-year-old Brady threw 24 touchdowns and 8 interceptions. His 4,057 yards were the seventh-most in the NFL.

He’s never had a losing season, and he’s never thrown more than 14 interceptions in a season.

Brady owns six Super Bowl rings, and now he’ll have a couple of years (at least?) to resurrect the Buccaneers.

Team Glazer opened the vault and will be rewarded with at least five night games next season and a sea of new and revived Bucs fans buying new jerseys and worshiping one of the NFL’s iconic stars.

Joe assumes Brady can still play at a very high level, a top-10 quarterback level. There is zero reason to think he can’t. But how long can he do it? That’s the biggest question. And Question 2 is whether the will Bucs do the smart thing and draft a quarterback quickly to learn from Brady and the supposed quartet of quarterback-guru coaches on the Tampa Bay staff.

Regardless, Bucs football is a lot more exciting!

116 Responses to “Buccaneers Sign Tom Brady”

  1. Tampa Bay Demon Says:

    “LETS GO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!”

    —- Tom Brady

  2. Bird Says:

    17 seasons with at least 10 wins

    Worst season …he was 9-7

    The GOAT has arriveD

    Joes – is it 2 years 60 mil?

  3. JustBucNwin Says:

    Buckle up Bucs fans…this is going to be an exciting and nationally covered Bucs team for the next few years!! Let’s go!!!!!

  4. Tampa Bay Demon Says:

    These past 2 days have been BEYOND BELIEF…
    For ALL OF US.

    of the TAMPA BAY BUCS

    Are you kidding me??????????

    CONGRATS to all of us, BUCS FANS

  5. SteveK Says:

    Boom goes the dynamite! 🧨 💥 🏆

  6. BacktaBucs Says:

    So psyched! It’s a new day in Tampa Bay!

  7. D-Rome Says:

    He is the great QB in Buccaneers history.

    My friend attempted to buy season tickets as soon as the announcement was made and there were 2942 people ahead of him. It’s my understanding that number grew to close to 7000 for other people.

    As for the Jay-Miss apologists, the ones that were never Bucs fans, they can go pound sand and watch their guy sitting on a bench with a hat on. Good riddance to all of you.

  8. Bucsdelight Says:

    Assuming we are now drafting nothing but OL in this draft. haha. It’s the NE way.

  9. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are relevant……look for

    Ticket sales to soar
    Media to focus on Bucs
    Prime time games to increase
    Ratings to improve
    Players to give everything they have
    FAs to want to play in Tampa
    Merchandise to sell
    Casual fans to become regular fans
    Women to adopt the Bucs as their team

    It’s a great day to be a TAMPABAYBUCFAN!!!

  10. Bucsdelight Says:

    also, we get to see Brady vs Brees for at least 2 games a season.

  11. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    It’s not officially official until the free agency bell rings at 4pm.

  12. Bucsdelight Says:

    Also, for you idiots looking to buy a half NE and Half TB jersey. Please don’t.

  13. AlteredEgo Says: Your comment is awaiting moderation. Says:

    America’s QB has arrived !
    The False Idol has departed !

  14. Bucs_Fan_Orlando Says:

    Buh bye Jamie’s, enjoy your clipboard.

    Welcome Brady, let’s go get some wins.

  15. Pewter power Says:

    Please go get a passing down back, dare cant be the one in the game on third downs.

  16. Bucsdelight Says:

    “You look around the league and there’s really not any starting opportunities,” said Rapoport. “I was told from the Los Angeles Chargers’ perspective, if Jameis was available then they were probably not going to be the home for him. If you look, where could Jameis land, he’s probably going to be a backup.”

    The former No. 1 overall pick told reporters at the end of the season that they should “look at my numbers, I’m ballin’.” Well, it appears he will be “ballin'” as a backup. Rapoport made it clear that the Chargers are not interested, which technically leaves the Dolphins and Patriots as the only two open jobs remaining. The Dolphins currently own the No. 5 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, and have been linked to former Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa for quite some time, so that could rule them out. The Patriots could be a possible landing spot, but New England is reportedly encouraged by backup Jarrett Stidham and Newton remains a possibility as well.

    This slow-moving game of musical chairs for quarterbacks is not yet over, but it does appear Winston might be left on the outside and on the bench in 2020.

  17. Bucsdelight Says:

    Gerald McCoy signed a 3 yr deal with the Cowboys.

  18. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    Well, all I know is D-Rome was right. My predictions suck, lol.

    Doesn’t mean I’ll stop making them though 🙂

    Couldn’t be happier about Brady. He’ll drag this team the rest of the way into a culture change.

  19. Ludicrous Speed Says:

    And Question 3 (and the one I really want to hear the answer to) is when Joe asks Tom, “So, how does it feel to come here and have to follow America’s Quarterback?”

  20. Morgus the Magnificent Says:

    Now we can be certain we’ll have new uniforms, because Brady ain’t playing in that old crappy alarm-clock jersey!!

  21. gofortheface30 Says:


    Mike Evans/Godwin/ and especially you OJ Howard – time to get to work.

  22. Clw JB Says:

    I was one that said he would never come here – so glad I was wrong!!!!!

    Just as important is who we take to be his understudy

    Wow, just wow – Brady throwing to our weapons? The D coming on like it is – glad I already have my tickets!!!!

  23. Old School Athlete Says:

    To anyone who is opposed to this, I ask you two questions.
    1. How many games have we lost in the last 5 years because of poor QB play?
    2. How many games have the Patriots lost in the last 5 years because of poor QB play?
    Enough said!

  24. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    If we need a veteran QB for a backup, and if he’s going to be a backup anyway, why not re-sign Jameis for the role on a one year deal?

    Although, I do believe he can land a starting role somewhere.

  25. NJBucsFan Says:

    Finally have America’s QB on the roster.

  26. Nate Says:

    I’ve been looking for Ndog. Has anyone heard from him? I’m worried.

  27. Belligerentbuc Says:

    Until Tommy signs the dotted line, I am prepping for the rug to be pulled out from underneath us!

  28. Crabby Fan Says:

    No surprise to me lol…

    I called this one and now to waiting on drafting our future QB. Jalen Hurts

    Big question mark now on 3rd QB. I predicted Jameis on a dirt cheap contract signing in FA. Very possible he might go elsewhere now though…

    Let the madness begin. I hope all of the nay say posters on here come to terms with BA being a huge part of this happening.

    We fossil fuel posters and other die hard fans deserve a break with this franchise and finally looking like that might be the case.

    Go Bucs!!!

  29. John Says:

    Finally a QB who can make responsible decisions…bet the Bucs win 12 games or more ( espically if they add a decent run game )…

  30. gofortheface30 Says:

    Old School Athlete – PRECISELY. Dan Orlovsky threw out a great stat this morning: The Bucs lost 7 (SEVEN) games by single digits. Jaboo threw 18 interceptions in those games and i believe 4 of those were returned for touchdowns.

  31. WestChap Says:

    So far this offseason the “score” is 3-1. We won Shaq, JPP and Brady while losing Nassib. Re-signing Shaq and JPP while having Nassib be a first wave FA signing tells you how good that DL was by yearend and is a solid win for offseason… here’s hoping Suh re-signs next. But sneaking in a Brady for JW upgrade… oh my freakin gosh! Party in the Bay!

    One off note, I read Evans couldn’t celebrate until his “best friend” Jameis lands… hmm, I liked the scowling version of Mike right after Jameis over threw him for the umpteenth time better. We need to keep an eye on that because any player not 100% celebrating this needs a health check.

  32. WestChap Says:

    Don’t get me wrong, I hope JW does great (except against us) but that should not be the primary concern of any Buc player or fan. Mike included.

  33. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    Tampabaybucfan, you forgot one:

    Tampa will become the second most hated team among fans of other NFL teams.

    Actually, one more:

    JBF will increase in traffic and gain a lot more trolling newbies.
    (Joe will laugh all the way the the bank with that one)

  34. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    I hope Suh re-signs. We have plenty of cap room left.

  35. D-Rome Says:

    Buccaneer Bonzai Says:
    March 18th, 2020 at 9:09 am
    Well, all I know is D-Rome was right. My predictions suck, lol.


    Listen Bonzai, I have disagreed with many of your predictions but I 100% believed Robert Kraft would never let Brady walk out that door to play elsewhere and that Jameis would be the week 1 starter. Not saying that Jameis should have been that guy. I believed there was no way Jason Licht or the Glazers would allow him to leave and admit to the fan base that after all the decisions to improve the roster, bring in a 3rd coach, virtual reality for Jameis, and building a franchise around him that they were wrong.

    It’s unheard of for a GM to survive 3 head coaches, missing on so many 2nd round picks, and having **TWO** early first round draft picks end up as BUSTS.

  36. 813bucboi Says:

    JW aint starting in the NFL this year!!!!…lol…

    and he’ll be a out the league completely the year after that…..

    GO BUCS!!!!!

  37. VegasBucs Says:

    Where’s all the people who called us “delusional fans” for thinking Tom Brady was coming here??? No Way Tom is comin to Tampa huh??? Smh

  38. Tampa Bay Demon Says:

    Good Luck Jameis Winston… I will be pulling for ya, wherever you go.

    It is TIME… to UNIFY this FAN BASE.

    IT IS A NEW #### DAY IN TB

    Now hurry up BUCS, and release those uniforms,
    so we can get some BRADY BUCS Jerseys!!

  39. #1 Pick QB 2 Cent Brain Says:


    Can’t believe this is real

    Guess I’ll have to fly down from NYC for all 8 home games instead of just 4 or 5 and change my screen name here now that our QB isn’t the dumbest starter in the league

  40. Bucsfanman Says:

    Crazy! Just crazy! I never would’ve thought Brady to the Bucs. I swore up and down to any and every one who’d listen that Tom was emphatically NOT leaving NE!

  41. Marine Buc Says:

    Can’t wait to watch Winston throw interceptions for a different team.

  42. AlteredEgo Says: Your comment is awaiting moderation. Says:

    Jamyth’s interceptions will be at an all time low in 2020

  43. Bucsalltheway Says:

    Bring Jameis back for insurance purposes….I swear we’ll need it

  44. Evolvingbucsfan Says:

    Better start training in a Sauna Brady, the Tampa heat is real

  45. VegasBuc Says:

    Most of all, he’s gonna bring that championship mentality, work ethic, and belief you can win every game that always see in Brady. He’s gonna influence others to train harder mentally and physically.

  46. Rob Says:

    Bought season tickets last night praying Brady wouldn’t pull a Parcells. This is what most true Buc fans have been waiting on. True leadership. Accountability. Respectability. Relevance. No more turnover machine. Later days Ndog. Go Bucs!

  47. Bradinator Says:

    Nationally. Televised. Games. For us Bucs fans nationwide, no having to go watch our games in a bar, on the smallest TV in the place, surrounded by the home town crowd. I’m still in disbelief. Go Bucs!

  48. Tampa Bay Demon Says:

    Nate Says:
    “I’ve been looking for Ndog. Has anyone heard from him? I’m worried.”


    Yes, he chimed in yesterday.
    He is onboard too, and a long time Season Ticket holder.

  49. ChanEpic Says:

    My hat is off to Licht. Credit where it is due, GOOD WORK! GO BUCS!

  50. Brandon Jeff Says:

    Interesting side drama. Will Belichick prove with a different quarterback that it was the coach and his system that won 6 titles, or will Brady prove it was the quarterback? The scenario could play out any number of ways and it won’t be easy for either one of them to prove their point. All I know is this is the most excited I’ve been in a long time to be a Buc fan.

  51. McBuc Says:

    Well, I was wrong too, and I am happy I was. WInston will land somewhere and probably turn into a good QB. Time for change. I also do not see why people say Brady had a down year…24 TDs, 8 Ints, and over 4000 yards. Boy, I like the standards NE has.

  52. Robert Says:

    I told ya so,

    QB, OL, DL, S, LB and BPA in the draft

    use that extra 4th to trade up if we can.

    I still say trade ME for picks and put Perriman in and sign Suh!

  53. Red86 Says:

    Welcome to Tampa! Hope they fix the o line, get a running back, and get his replacement. Wish Jameis the best.

  54. Go Bucs 72 Says:

    TheBucsAhole, you were totally right Brady would never come to the Bucs. Idiot.

  55. ToesOnTheLine!!! Says:

    Glazers and Licht have gotten much deserved criticism over the years, but landing a respected in the NFL HC last year and now landing a first ballot HoF QB this year deserves some kudos from we fans. None of us know how this will translate to wins:losses, but having someone with a winning history and who knows what it takes to get to and win Super Bowls leading the team by example seems like such a huge positive. Plus the rookie QB the Bucs likely draft this year will get to watch and learn from one of the best ever to play the position. Well done Bucs…well done.

  56. stpetebucsfan Says:

    Bonzai and some others…

    There is NO way we bring back JW to backup Brady. I’m not saying that it doesn’t look good on paper perhaps…one day JW may figure out how to stop choking and he does have talent…but too much water is under the bridge…hard feelings among the fans whether justified or not. It simply wouldn’t be fair to JW or the half of this fanbase that’s sooo ready to move on,
    Not to mention do we really believe Brady would accept that?

    As for me…I’m Irish and this is amazing. St. Patty’s day…and faith and begorrah we not only get the GOAT we get Tommy boy whose great granny was raised in County Cork. I’m prejudiced but I just can’t help but believe (yeah because I want to) that this is a great omen…the Irish superstar comes to us on St. Patty’s Day!!!! Yeah it’s official today but it was certain yesterday.

  57. Brandon Jeff Says:

    Brady will accelerate and finish the culture change that BA started. It’s a new day in Tampa Bay!

  58. Bucsdelight Says:

    The one good thing about TB in TB is going to be that he can carry a team if need be in the 4th qtr.

  59. Bucsdelight Says:

    Seeing reports now this morning of Bucs looking to trade for Gurley.

  60. Bucsdelight Says:

    However, isn’t Melvin Gordon still a FA? Just sign him.

  61. AlabamaBucsFan Says:

    Joe – Just curious if you pass on the same nickname to Brady, “America’s Quarterback, Pro Bowler Tom Brady?”

  62. D-Rome Says:

    and he’ll be a out the league completely the year after that…..

    There’s no way. I have been hoping for this day since Jameis’ 4 INT performance against the Bungles in 2018. I knew then that there was no way the Bucs should bring him back on an extended deal. That said, if Ryan Griffin can kick around the NFL for so long then Jameis definitely will. He will be given an opportunity to compete for a job in the future though probably not this year. There’s no way he’s out of the NFL in two years unless he decides to pursue something else.

  63. JimmyJack Says:

    Jason Licht is a bafoon. He just blew a golden opportunity to acquire a compensationary draft pick.

  64. Bucamania Says:

    This changes EVERYTHING!!!!

    AMAZING news for Tampa Bay!!

  65. geno711 Says:

    @JimmyJack Says:
    March 18th, 2020 at 9:57 am
    Jason Licht is a bafoon. He just blew a golden opportunity to acquire a compensationary draft pick.

    I am lost here. Please explain your thoughts.

  66. orlbucfan Says:

    Well, guess we get to watch Tom Brady get his stupid, greedy neck broken down here. He has all anyone could want? He is too dumb to retire? He better be a backup cos come the regular season, it won’t be protection-city like it was under Belicheat.

  67. Cobraboy Says:

    Gotta. Sign. Suh.

  68. orlbucfan Says:

    The IQ ownership curse strikes again.

  69. orlbucfan Says:

    We don’t need Suh. Hope he vanishes.

  70. SOEbuc Says:

    We’ve had Chris Godwin and Evans with Jameis this entire time. Now they’re going to be playing with the GOAT. The light is always the darkest before the dawn and there’s not a cloud in the sky in Tampa Bay today (metaphorically).


    This is a total sell-out. Only tampa patriot fans would like this. I am not a bandwagon fan and everyone who supports this decision obviously is. The only silver lining is that I can sell my season tickets at face value until Brady gets hurt.

  72. SOEbuc Says:

    I’m thinking know doubt that Suh will be willing to sign a smaller contact in TB. He said he really likes the defense and wanted to stay here and now we’ve got Tom freakin Brady!

  73. RustyRhinos Says:

    Get back to me when Brady has actually won games here in Tampa. Not saying that I dont think it will happen, but. Talk don’t cook rice actions cook rice. Yes Brady is the GOAT QB, but has yet to play a single down for us and at 43 he sure don’t have that many games left. So Yahoo! We got the GOAT! SHOW ME! Don’t talk about it, or Dream about it, SHOW ME! Until that happens we have nothing but the GOAT.
    GO BUCS!

  74. Michael Says:

    Is “Joe” still going to call his wife “Horse Face”?

  75. Cobraboy Says:

    The Winston sycophants are melting down. Their boy is wandering aimlessly on the streets, homeless, with few prospects.

    That’s what happens when you “be ballin'” with 30 ints and 21 dropped ints: you become radioactive AIDS/Coronavirus.

    Props to the Gkazers, Licht and BA. Job well done, sirs.

    “It’s a New Day in Tampa Bay.”

  76. BucsFIRE Says:

    “I am not a bandwagon fan and everyone who supports this decision obviously is.”

    You are a strange duck.

  77. Perimeter Blocker Says:

    Father Time is undefeated…

  78. Swampbuc Says:

    When they have a losing record, what are the idiots I mean experts going to say?

  79. mark2001 Says:

    Last word from me regarding Jameis…

    He has all the talent in the world….he certainly has the talent to be a franchise QB, and hope that his mental/ emotional growth catches up with that talent.

    If it does, there is no doubt he can be the starting QB for half the teams in the NFL.

    I hope he uses this time and setback, to take time for introspection… and find the reasons for his failures and the remedies for them, so he can reach his goals. Everyone has setbacks…and it is how we deal with him that determines our future.

    Best to you, Jameis, and wish you all the success in the world, unless it interferes with the success of the Bucs. It is only a bump in the road.. a career setback.

  80. allhailJPP Says:

    anyone who doesnt like this…the impact for the city..the franchise..the energy…ur insane

  81. BucsFIRE Says:

    Swampbuc Says:
    “When they have a losing record, what are the idiots I mean experts going to say?”

    When you have a meaningful post, what will we say?

  82. DoooshLaRue Says:

    BucBoy Says:
    March 10th, 2020 at 2:20 pm
    Jameis isn’t going anywhere!!!!

  83. Locked In Says:

    “Hey Rock, I dig your locker man”

  84. DoooshLaRue Says:

    Alaskan Abdominal Snowman Says:
    March 10th, 2020 at 2:48 pm
    I really wish I could see all of your faces when you come to Joebucsfan during your morning squat and read JBOO is back for 2020!
    catcard gets it….the only way Jameis is out is if he prices himself out.

  85. mark2001 Says:

    Please Dooo…. you know I’ve never been a Jameis apologist. OK…we were right. But the Jameis fans are going through a grief process…and there is plenty of room on the Bucs wagon for the guys that wish to stay and root for the Bucs. And our new QB’s success. Why not let it lay at that? It is a time to celebrate landing the GOAT, and a guy that will likely play at a top level for the next couple years. Not a time to try to rub guys noses in it for having a different opinion on a guy they followed with a degree of adoration.

  86. Aceofaerospace Says:

    If this is a done deal, why is JBF the only one reporting it as such? I’m still half expecting to be left at the altar…again.

  87. unbelievable Says:

    I said this yesterday but I’ll repeat it again:

    Still can’t believe it happened. I am eating my crow.

    Now let’s just hope he’s still got something left in the tank, and that we do something to shore up the o-line. There is no way Brady can handle the amount of hits that Winston took in this offense last year.

  88. Bucsdelight Says:

    Jameis will look for a starting gig, don’t think he’ll find one. If he gets signed as a back up, he won’t be making much. Which is why he’ll look for a starting gig and hope he gets 20m.

  89. Kansas95Buc Says:

    So we’re basically just paying for Brady’s retirement tour…ok got it

  90. Jeagan1999 Says:

    Welcome TB12!!

    Now go get a RT and a RB in the Draft, and away we go!

  91. Jeagan1999 Says:

    I wonder if James might not end up in Chicago. I don’t think the Bears are sold on Turbisky.

  92. HomerSimpsonRocks Says:

    If this is true, what an incredible turnaround in the QB Dept for our beloved long-suffering Buccaneers. From America’s Turd to the GOAT. I couldn’t be more ecstatic.

  93. The Man Says:

    The fan base will finally be united… No more Jameis debates… Go Bucs!

  94. Tampa Bay Demon Says:

    mark2001 Says:
    “there is plenty of room on the Bucs wagon for the guys that wish to stay and root for the Bucs. And our new QB’s success. Why not let it lay at that? It is a time to celebrate landing the GOAT”


    Well said, man!
    It’s time to do some healing to this fan base.
    We have gotten kicked in the teeth enough by other fans for many years, without kicking each other in the teeth, lol.

    I definitely wish Jameis well, and was a big fan in his time here. It’s time for a new chapter…. and with Tom Frikkkin Brady. I still can’t believe it.

  95. AlteredEgo Says: Your comment is awaiting moderation. Says:

    THis Brady thing will only work if a QB for the long run is on the roster to take over when the time comes….that is absolutely critical !

  96. D-Rome Says:

    So we’re basically just paying for Brady’s retirement tour…ok got it

    Feel free to follow Jay-Miss and his clipboard holding tour.

  97. Tampa Bay Demon Says:

    ^^ Would you consider drafting Jordan Love, if he is available? Immense raw young talent…. learning from the GOAT?

  98. Brandon Jeff Says:

    Aceofaerospace Says:
    March 18th, 2020 at 10:58 am
    If this is a done deal, why is JBF the only one reporting it as such? I’m still half expecting to be left at the altar…again.

    I heard this from my son yesterday, then found it on Bucs Nation. Nothing showed up on JBF until later.

  99. Mister Positive Pete Says:

    This has made me change my name.

  100. Tampa Bay Demon Says:

    ^^ All last night, NFL Network was reporting it as such, Brandon Jeff. — But I can understand your sentiment. It is life as a BUCS fan sometimes. It is hard for us to fathom that this is happening.

    But it is.

  101. Mike Johnson Says:

    Laugh and celebrate Old man Brady coming to Tampa now. Enjoy it while we are undefeated. You can and will be…..Crying Later.

  102. Evolvingbucsfan Says:


    Brady pulls a hamstring after inking his deal with the Bucs. Thankfully He was wearing his life alert, paramedics got there quickly.

  103. Evolvingbucsfan Says:

    seriously tho, i wish the Old man well.

    GO BUCS!!!

  104. Tampa Bay Demon Says:

    Mike Johnson,

    Why do you keep spitting in everyone’s cereal?

  105. FairMinded Says:

    HISTORY MAKING! I love this. Hope the season isn’t canceled 😩

  106. diggler Says:

    Poor Joe can’t do Jameis articles anymore. I really feel for ya!

  107. Tampa Bay Demon Says:

    ^^ I am sure there will still be a few when there is some news, like where he is headed, etc, and I won’t mind that. I am interested.

    But I am NOT going to miss all of the infighting that developed amongst all of us during a lot of the past articles.

  108. Buccan8 Says:

    Chris Godwin just made himself some serious cash—not just for his next contract, but I expect TB12 will be giving him a call real soon to discuss what it will take to part with his jersey number.

    I also expect the grounded, responsible WR formerly known as CG12 to request a lifetime supply of ramen or something.

  109. lambchop Says:

    @Crabby Fan,

    Omg, Jalen Hurts is going to be an NFL BUST!!!! The guy has not won anything of consequence. He got benched for Tua who never played up until the Championship game.

    Please stop with the casual fan stupidity. Jalen Hurts is a gadget player in the NFL. That’s it. He cannot translate to the NFL. Being gifted as an athlete does not make you a pro player.

  110. lambchop Says:

    @Mike Johnson,

    Right, because the Bucs are just going to sit in awe for the minimum 2 years Brady is our QB and do nothing in FA or the draft, right?

    You have the Ndog argument – The Bucs will suck once Brady is gone, they should have kept Winston mentality. Like the Bucs will do nothing about improving the team while Brady is a Buc.

    Gimme a break.

  111. Tampa Bay Demon Says:


    Godwin strikes me as a pretty accommodating guy. He may just offer it without being asked.

  112. Buc4evr Says:

    Todd Gurley, RT and OG in the draft and a veteran kicker and we are set on Offense.

  113. Buc1987 Says:



  114. Crabby Fan Says:


    Casual Fan? Lol, you make me ralf…

    I gave an opinion a while ago on who the bucs might bring in for QBs this off-season. So far 1 for 3…

    I can forsee Jalen as a later round pick as the bucs draft other needs higher up. I don’t know if this hit a college nerve for you but very irrelevant to me.

    Write back in the future regarding Jalen’s future in the NFL and I will be one to admit my guess as good or bad.

    Till then….

    Go Bucs!!!

  115. Ed Says:

    Too many Buc fans can’t slap themselves out of the 12 year playoff drought and the minor league coaching staffs after Gruden until the entrance of Arians. The team last year played well in many aspects except they gave away games via missed field goals and interceptions/fumbles from their ex-QB.

    Tom Brady is a player consumed with winning. He keeps his body in excellent shape, very much like Drew Brees. These guys are much more flexible at their ages than quarterbacks used to be. Their training methods, diets and mental routines keep them much younger than their ages.

    Brady is far from washed up and over the hill. The Patriots never replaced Gronk or Hernandez and the only guy he could throw to was Julian Edelman.

    They had some good running backs but their passing game was missing the level of talent at WR and TE to have a good passing offense. Brady can still throw the ball and has a very quick release. He is suspect to pressure up the middle, but has good ability to slide away from edge rushers.

    Forget about blitzing Brady, he’s seen every blitz in the book and unlike Jameis who couldn’t throw a quick slant accurately, Brady will get the ball to Godwin on slants like this city has never seen before. Just like Brees, he is un-blitzable.

  116. buccan8 Says:

    TB Demon–he really is, and I’d be more inclined to agree with you if he hadn’t just finished a season where he did his darnedest to brand himself with #12szn.

    Either way, I look forward to the development!