Tom Brady Named NFC Offensive Player Of The Month

October 29th, 2020

The headline tells the story and Joe will add one factoid.

Tom Brady has turned the ball over just once in his last five games!

31 Responses to “Tom Brady Named NFC Offensive Player Of The Month”

  1. SteveK Says:

    Our team benefits from the enhanced turnover margin. Go Bucs!

  2. Señor Harry in Costa Rica Says:

    Isn’t the desired TD to INT ratio 2:1? Friggin 15:1 is truly unreal. Go TB12!!

  3. 813bucboi Says:

    this time last year our previous qb had 12INTs and 3fumbles….lol…

    JW IS A BUST!!!!!

    GO BUCS!!!!!

  4. Youngbucs Says:

    Come Ndog show your face tell us how lucky he is. Oh I forgot your name is sparkybuc now 😂

  5. August 1976 Buc Says:

    Offense and Defense POW Heady times for the Bucs. Sure is nice to have the Mr 6 rings, and G O A T playing QB. GO BUCS!!!!!!!

  6. Hawk Says:

    And he’s being asked to throw the ball almost 40 times per game. Apparently, that’s not a reason for throwing lots of interceptions. Also, “first year in BAs offense” isn’t a reason for throwing lots of interceptions.
    Maybe there’s another reason for throwing lots of interceptions….

  7. DBS Says:

    Great times . Way to Mr Brady!

  8. August 1976 Buc Says:

    Excuse me Mr Brady not POW but Player of the Month. GO BUCS!!!!!

  9. Ricky Says:

    Good thing we had America’s QB here for a while.

  10. patrickbucs Says:

    Incredible month, especially with all of the injuries. Congrats!

  11. BD Says:

    Need to start calling Tom Brady
    The Count.
    strange he doesn’t seem to age….
    dont be afraid…hes only here to help

  12. ben Says:

    No other buc has ever win this before Brady !!

  13. PSL Bob Says:

    What gets me fired up is the points differential that results, in part, from far fewer turnovers. The Bucs are #1 in the NFC and #2 in the entire NFL in average scoring margin per game (+11.4), falling behind only the Ravens (+12.5). And, we’re #1 in the league in total points differential (points scored – points allowed) at +80. The next closest are the Chiefs and Ravens (+75). The next closest in the NFC are the Cardinals at +57. Little wonder why everyone is jumping on the Bucs SB bandwagon.

  14. Buc Bro Says:

    Not since Vinny in 1990 has a Buc QB ever won this award…

    Glad Buc fans can finally see how the QB position is suppose to be played

  15. AwshBucs Says:



  16. SufferingSince76 Says:

    The luckiest washed up old geezer in the NFL wins Offensive Player of the Month while the best QB in the league rides the pine. LOL!!! Check that sheet!!

  17. SufferingSince76 Says:


  18. Georger Says:

    Have you watched the games, when no one is open he throws the ball away, Winston never threw the ball away

  19. Gettinthebucs Says:

    Thank God BA stopped with the out route shenanigans. Brady looks great though. They really did a number on this team this off-season.

  20. Buczilla Says:

    Well deserved. This dude is old as sin and is still two levels above any quarterback we have ever had. It’s a joy to watch his accuracy at work and it’s in stark contrast to pretty much any qb play I have seen here in the past. I’m getting spoiled and I dread the day Brady hangs em up. I’d be freaking livid if I were a Patriots fan.

  21. tickrdr Says:


    Winston definitely threw the ball away…………….. to the other team.

    TB12 has helped the receivers with his precision passing.
    TB12 has helped the rushing game by keeping the opponents from stacking the box, as well as getting and keeping the lead.
    TB12 has helped the defense buy allowing them to rest, avoiding short fields, and getting the lead which makes opponents one-dimensional.
    TB12 has helped the OL with quick progressions and rapid decision-making.


    BTW: TB12 has 18 TDs and 4 INTs = 4.5 TD/INT ratio (JW3 never had even 2:1)
    TB12 TD percentage = 6.7% (JW3’s best ever was 5.3%)
    TB12 INT percentage = 1.5% (jw3’s best ever was 2.5%)
    TD% – INT% = 5.2 (JW3 never had > 1.8)
    BTW2: The QB with the highest number for the TD% minus the INT% is usually the MVP for the NFL.

  22. Chris K Says:

    Did we officially lose Ndog? Thank you Jesus!! I guess he finally understands what great QB play looks like and he was running low on his but’s and what if’s BS

  23. Bradinator Says:

    Maybe not so washed up after all. Crazy to see a Bucs QB be Player of the Month. I keep thinking I’ll wake up and it’ll have just been a dream and that Andy Dalton is actually our starter. I need to stay asleep!

  24. Buc1987 Says:

    lol Bradinator.

    Buczilla…my brother’s a Pats fan with a stitched Brady jersey he used to wear on gamedays. He’s a little distraught that his little bro’s team has his QB. Tee hee.

    I told him we’re just borrowing him for a little bit.

    Go Bucs!!!

  25. Bellingham Bucs Fan Says:

    Wellness check for Ndog.

  26. 74 Bucs Fan Says:


  27. Boston Boy Says:

    Hawk Says:
    October 29th, 2020 at 9:18 am

    “And he’s being asked to throw the ball almost 40 times per game. Apparently, that’s not a reason for throwing lots of interceptions. Also, “first year in BAs offense” isn’t a reason for throwing lots of interceptions.
    Maybe there’s another reason for throwing lots of interceptions….”

    Yeah… not being good QB. Winston was/is a bust. Had been from the beginning. The NFL ain’t college

  28. BuccoDav Says:

    Don’t worry… Ndog is here somewhere. Just look for the new posters that are onboard.

  29. Howard Cosell Says:

    Brady’s greatest skill is his ability to get performances from his surrounding cast, whether it’s the Glazers or Scotty Miller. Brady isn’t like a coach on the field, he’s like Tony-Freakin-Robbins on the field. He’s a motivational guru. A perfect leader and a wicked-good quarterback (LOL @ Boston accent).

    Again, Howard hated Brady when Brady was in NE, so Howard never really analyzed Brady. Howard had always assumed that Belicheck was the genius behind the Patriots. Now it’s starting to look like Belicheck is a pedestrian head coach who was lucky enough to get to work with Tom Brady for awhile!

  30. Boston Boy Says:

    Yknow… there were plenty of mean spirited fat sports hacks in the New England area (read Boston) that didn’t like Tom Edward Brady when he 1st burst upon the scene. He was too squeaky clean, nice and good looking. He didn’t need them to build him up, so they tried to tear him down. In short time the public, who appreciated a winner who was a good person , tossed those fat stained teeth unimaginative hacks out on the kiesters. You Joes are sitting on a gold mine. Tom Brady shows. Tom Brady podcasts. Tom Brady call ins. Tom Brady charities. Etc etc. The only thing holding you guys up from national and international publicity and acclaim is stubborn white knuckled envy/hate. You were wrong… all WRONG about Tom Brady. Well… what are you waiting for? Get it right. Do what Belichick never did. Put some respect next to his name. Then jump on the train and enjoy the ride. Its never too late for old dogs to learn new tricks, unless the want to end up tossed out on their kiesters.

  31. Iamabuc Says:

    @Rickey….it’s a good thing we now have here the “real” America’s Quarterback!!