Brady Spits In Father Time’s Face

January 3rd, 2021

Father Time may be undefeated but he’s never tangled with a winner like Tom Brady.

The park-violating, home-invading, NFLPA-ignoring, down-forgetting, handshake-stiffing, jet-ski-losing, biscuit-baking Bucs quarterback was once again on absolute fire today, throwing for 399 yards and four touchdowns in a 44-27 Bucs win over the Dixie Chicks.

With the win to close the regular season, it gave 43-year old Brady 40 touchdowns and 4,633 yards passing. That is not only absolutely insane, but it’s unheard of.

No 43 year old has come close to throwing for those kind of numbers. Brady is rewriting the record book for old men.

Hell, on one of his two touchdown passes to furniture-tossing, bicycle-throwing Bucs receiver Antonio Brown (who made a sick catch on the ball), Brady was on a designed rollout.

When is the last time you saw an old man on a designed rollout? And it wasn’t like middle-aged Brady needed a walker or a cane to pull it off. He was smooth.

How good was Brady this year? His yards thrown was the most he has had in a season since he threw for 4,770 yards in 2015. Only once before had Brady thrown for 40 or more touchdowns; that was when he led the league with 50 at the age of 30 back in 2007.

And this was for a new team and a new coach in a new division, a new conference, a new city, a new state and in a new climate. And Brady accomplished all of this without any OTAs or minicamp, no preseason games and a truncated training camp.

(Can we all agree now that preseason games are the most worthless thing imaginable since alcohol-free beer?)

“He played fantastic,” Arians said of Brady. “He’s been on fire since the open date. We scored on every possession but one and the kneedown. We kicked too many field goals but that was not him. he played fantastic.”

Arians isn’t really shocked that Brady threw for 40 touchdowns this season.

“When we first met, that’s really what we first talked about,” Arians recalled of their initial meeting. “The guys that we have and what he could do with the guys that we have. Adding Robbie Gronkowski to the mix just helped.

“I envisioned 40. I really did. When he first signed, I was expected a 40-and-10 team [40 touchdowns, 10 picks].”

Brady instead finished as a 40-and-12 man.

“But I was expecting practice,” Arians said. “I was expecting OTAs and things like that. What he has done with none of that, especially this last half of the season, is incredible.”

Has Brady been a godsend? Yes, as Father Time watches from above trying to figure out if he too should start chugging TB12 products.

33 Responses to “Brady Spits In Father Time’s Face”

  1. TheBucsAnthem Says:

    Kinda a nasty title Joe……………….SPIT

    How about “smile”………….there, doesn’t that sound better????

  2. Christopher Schiefen Says:

    Great last line 😂

  3. Backtabucs Says:

    TB12 GOAT!

  4. Rod Munch Says:

    Amazing year.

    Vinny is the oldest QB to ever start a game, if my memory is correct, and he was what, 45? Looks like Brady is going to try to play until he’s 50.

    Licht should try to extend him this offseason – that should help resign other guys at lower rates, if they know there is more than just ’21 left on his deal.

  5. SteelStudBuc Says:

    Furniture tossing, bicycle throwing 🤣

  6. Tye Says:

    Greatest Bucs qb in franchise history by many miles…
    Great decision to bring in a winner at such a crucial position!

  7. Rod Munch Says:

    …and to think there are dopes out there that wanted Teddy Bridgewater instead… LOL!

  8. Alvin Scissors Harper Says:

    Is there any player in the entire NFL that means more to his team than Tom Brady means to the Bucs? Nope!

  9. Bird Says:


    Honestly it would be fitting if he spit in your face
    Remember noodle arm

    You look terrible as always
    What have you been right about

  10. TheShaz Says:

    Imagine if he wasn’t hampered by RONA restrictions at camp.

  11. Bird Says:


    You wanted jameis back

  12. mg Says:

    Well Being IPA NA is excellent.

  13. Rod Munch Says:

    Just my opinion, I have no ability to make this happen or anything, but I strongly believe anyone saying TOMPA should be shipped to northern Iraq for head removal by ISIS. It’s so cringey and douchey it’s beyond belief.

  14. sgrd0q Says:

    Boy, New England were so lucky to pick him up in the sixth round and have him for 20 years.

  15. Rod Munch Says:

    Bird – I wanted Winston back, until they talked about Brady possibly signing, something I was completely for. But yes, when it was Winston or Bridgewater or Rivers, yeah – I’m taking Winston 100 out of 100 times. Also I had Winston going 11-5, getting about 4600 yards, 36 TDs and 14 INTs – I had Brady, I believe, around 4500 yards, 38 TDs and 12 INTs, and also going 11-5. I said where Brady will pay dividends is that I expect him to close out the year hot and he should be a huge factor in the playoffs.

    So I missed by 2 TDs and a 100 yards, I’ll take it.

  16. Oneilbucs Says:

    Munch I agree with you bro that’s disrespecting Sapp, Brooks , Lynch, and the A train and Dungey . They are the ones who built that house . I’m saying that and I’m from Houston Texas born and raised. Became a bucs fan after the Oilers left in 1995 because of Dungey and those players . And not just me but it’s lot of Brothers Became bucs fans out here in H town .

  17. Youngbucs Says:

    Oneilbucs brother what are you even talking about. Oneilbucs admit you where wrong about Brady you scoffed at him as our QB.

  18. geno711 Says:

    Fun Fact for all last years Winston lovers:

    1. Bucs played the 3rd hardest schedule in football this year.
    2. The Bucs started Donovan Smith at the left tackle spot and a rookie at the right tackle spot.
    3. Bruce Arians offense takes a year to understand.
    4. On top of that the new quarterback had no practice games.
    5. Bucs deep down field passing does not work with Brady and exposed Winston to too many bad plays by being in the pocket too long.
    6. This team can be behind at the end of the 1st quarter or the end of the half without panicking.
    7. This Buc’s offense scored the most points ever.
    8. This Buc’s offense did not give the other team easy field position or scores.
    9. The net positive for the Bucs in points this year is 137 points.

    I am pretty sure that is a record.

    Meanwhile Winston has set every offensive passing record for the Bucs, including yards, TDs and points (but not INTs).

    Last year the Bucs had a team record in points scored, and was 3rd in the league.

  19. geno711 Says:

    Pro Football Reference has something they call a Simple Rating System (SRS).

    It uses a team’s point differential and strength of schedule to assign a rating to each team, with 0.0 considered average.
    Using that system, the Bucs have only been in the top 10 three times in their history.
    1981 10th
    2004 2nd.
    This year 1st.

    4 of the last 6 years, the team with the highest SRS rating has won the Super Bowl.

  20. Beeej Says:

    I remember BA saying Brady was his #1 choice, Teddy B his #2. If he couldn’t get either of those, he was gonna stick with JW.


  21. Oneilbucs Says:

    Youngbucs bro Brady played well this year I can admit that . But he haven’t played well against good teams him or anyone else in those games . The point is that Brady gets a lot of passes when we lose but gets all the credit when we win and that’s the part I don’t like . I want a long-term success when we are a winning team every year always in the mix . That’s what I want for my bucs . Not a one hit wonder like last time .

  22. Youngbucs Says:

    Oneilbucs I disagree the nfl is not for long. You have small windows to try to win in this league. Of teams with a transcendent QBs have longer windows because you can shuffle around them over the years. The fact is the Bucs have never had a transcendent QB until Brady. This roster was ready to try to win now for a couple of years Brady was the best choice this team made.

  23. Youngbucs Says:

    Everyone knows this some are to stubborn in their feelings to admit it.

  24. stvcl Says:

    Gotta say I wasn’t on board when it was first announced that Tom had signed with the Bucs. I was simply wrong in my assessment that he was too old and on the downside of his career. 40 touchdowns with only 12 picks? Wow. What’s good to eat with crow?

  25. Kentucky Buc Says:

    There is no building a long term team in the Salary Cap, free agency era. It’s a mix at best. What the pats did in this era is amazing but they did it through reloading in free agency. The chances of landing a good QB in the draft is minimal unless you pick 1st. Even then it’s a cointoss. For every Patrick Mahomes there’s 100 Johnny Manziels.

  26. stpetebucsfan Says:


    I basically agree with your post but if I might nitpick. We had some good QB’s here before Brady…not AS good but capable of winning SB’s…see Brad Johnson and Steve Young and Doug Williams.

    I said nitpicking because that is ancient history.

  27. Oneilbucs Says:

    Youngbucs the reason why we never had one was because we 1 build the teams worng or we put all the Pressure on them to hall of fame quarterbacks by year 3 . Now I’m talking about the next quarterback that comes in we have to develop him the right way . And that starts with a running game and playing off the play action passes just like the Patriots did Brady . You give them more short to long passes not long to short passes . And as for me it’s not about feelings or emotions . It’s about bringing in our own players and developing them like Pittsburgh does not even the team I hate the saints. This will be over next year because Brady is not a building peace for the team . We have to draft a quarterback this year in the first or second round while we have young players at key positions we build with . But I will give Brady credit but at the same time they have to play better against good teams and talking about the hold team . I hope we win it all this year . But the hold not for long thing is not true again look at Pittsburgh , Baltimore , and now Buffalo is looking like a long-term wining team . No more one and done I want the bucs to be back like we used to be . Go bucs !!!!

  28. Youngbucs Says:

    Oneilbucs you keep talking about building pieces we have those it’s just not 1 of the players you think was a building piece. Evans Godwin d white Winfield vea Davis I could go on and on the are pieces. Winston is not the piece for the Bucs you can not build around a QB who is so inconsistent you can make any excuses you want. You just watched what high level QB play is this year and you still to stuck on that ledge to admit it. It’s cool though have a great nite bro.

  29. Jameisgirl1 Says:

    Brady is the goat because he has seen it all and done it all. He is a phenomenal quarterback. Wonder what Jameis would’ve done with this o line, running game and kicking game? I won’t even mention Gronk because he came because of Brady. This team is stacked! The offense was good when Jameis was here but nowhere near the complete team tampa is today. He had to take chances to keep us in games because the d was so horrible. So sad to see that all he did goes so unappreciated.: those 3 and 7 point losses will become 20 point losses when Brady is gone..

  30. Oneilbucs Says:

    Youngbucs why do you bring up Jamies so much ? What post did I bring up Jamies ?? You see yall make every thing about Jamies every time someone brings up the truth that you don’t want to hear about the team . I’m not a blind bucs fan Brady haven’t played well against good teams and that’s a proven fact . The stats says it not me !! But I get it you see I’m from Texas so we view football different . I believe in developing my own players . Out here when comes to football we celebrate all wins . But just beating bad teams and losing to good teams every time you play them out here it means you haven’t proved nothing . But again I know Football is different in every state . At least where I was rasid at you have to beat the best to be the best !! That’s the football mindset in Texas !!! No disrespect !!! But at the end of the day we are all bucs fan and want what’s best for the team . And I wish you will please stop bringing up Jamies just because I’m not a blind bucs fan .

  31. SB : Your comment is awaiting moderation. Says:

    They are your lies Rod Munch.
    We will let you tell them

  32. Youngbucs Says:

    Oneil you’re talking about the QB position stop try to deflect. What position are you doing about for long term success?????? Lol you crack me up you literally have been trying to make this point all year.

  33. Buczilla Says:

    I vividly remember every starting quarterback that we have had since Vinny and I am freaking thrilled to have Brady. It’s like eating only baloney your whole life and then someone plops a porterhouse in front of you. The dude is amazing, period, the end.