The Best Deep Thrower

February 2nd, 2021

Deep thrower.

Joe remembers the final weeks of the 2019 season and into the playoffs, Tom Brady’s right wing looked shot.

He rarely threw deep and his passes seemed to lose some zip on them. Brady appeared shot.

Then all of a sudden Brady comes to the Bucs and his arm is alive! Yesterday, Bucs quarterbacks coach Clyde Christensen addressed the rumors that Brady’s arm was done yesterday during Super Bowl Opening Night, morning edition.

In short, Christensen said he watched video of Brady throwing when he hit free agency and his arm looked good. When Brady got to Tampa Bay, Christensen said the eye in the sky didn’t lie. Brady’s arm was just fine.

So why did Brady look cooked last year? Christensen said the Belicheats had such slow receivers they had no shot of getting open if they tried deep routes.

NextGen Stats went into a deep dive on Brady throwing deep passes this season and to sum it up, the old man, 43, is throwing rings around the younger quarterbacks in the league.

This is just cool as hell to Joe.

14 Responses to “The Best Deep Thrower”

  1. August 1976 Buc Says:

    Just like a fine wine, Brady is getting better over time. Let’s see, what was the smack being said “weak” “noodle arm” oh and the “Cliff, then a Ravine. The best deep-ball thrower in the league at 43. And not too shabby -2nd in TD’s. So maybe now, Tom will be the first 43year old QB to Win the Super Bowl. Fun days for a Bucs fan. GO BUCS!!!!!!

  2. Beeej Says:

    Pretty much what everyone’s been saying–Brady was hacked off that the Pats couldn’t get him any decent receivers… He was just too polite to say it in those words

  3. Bucsfanman Says:

    And then he was starting in the Super Bowl!!! ROTFLMAO!!!!

    It was so worth it.

  4. mg Says:

    His last year in Foxborough TB-12 took a beating. This year protection has been great. Go Bucs.

  5. Defense Rules Says:

    It’s amazing how 1 Field General like Tom Brady can have such great influence on a team’s fortunes. And record.

    2019 Patriots (with TB): 12-4 … 2020 Patriots (without TB): 7-9

    2019 Bucs (without TB): 7-9 … 2020 Bucs (with TB): 11-5

    Ownership remained the same; coaching staffs remained the same; relatively few starting roster changes … other than QB.

  6. Bird Says:

    Defense rules

    Amen and so true

  7. gp Says:

    To be fair, the Pat’s had a couple “important” starter sit out for the sickness. But I’m pretty sure they were all from the defensive side.

    Your point still stands.

    I’ve been saying all along that TB chose us, as much as we went after him.
    He chose us for the talent pool and the aggressive offensive scheme.
    He routinely gave the belicheats team friendly deals so they could bring in talent and I think he was getting rather frustrated with the results.

  8. Cannon Says:

    It’s a luxury to know that you are within scoring range once you reach midfield.

    Maybe BA and TB are into something… you don’t need to have your QB throw as much of you just toss TD’s from the 50 yard line 🙂

  9. webster Says:

    @ defense

    That has to be the most lazy post i have ever seen from you. The pats had about 11 players sit out and some were all pro defenders from a #1 ranked defense. And as it relates to the bucs, AB, Gronk, fournette, succop, winfield, wirfs etc. were SIGNIFICANT in this run to the bowl. Its a TEAM bro

  10. Craig Says:

    He has not been injured this season, so his mechanics are rolling along.

    Mahomes has all sorts of problems and his mechanics have suffered from them. Turf toe usually takes months to heal and can raise its head at weird times.

    I’ll take the old man on that.

  11. Bird Says:


    There he is. I still miss your dear jameis love letters to get out of tampa
    I remember the xoxoxo at the end and that you really respected his physical attributes.
    You rarely post anymore cause bucs winning in 1 year with brady

    Your post is wrong above
    AB , gronk and fournette would not be here if brady wasnt. Credit brady for that. Its so weird you think otherwise
    Jpp and shaq and suh were not fans of jameis in case you forgot. So there is three players that would not be here if brady wasnt. Shaq exception cause franchised buc he could have demanded trade.

    Now wirfs and winfield would be regardless
    But you are wrong again. Not surpising being in the messiah cult
    And why be scared and post under new names. Own it

  12. Youngbucs Says:

    Bill is overrated his oline sucked also Tom carried the pats.

  13. webster Says:

    @ bird

    I stop posting consistently YEARS AGO because i was not going to argue the same stupid points over and over again. I posted periodically throughout this season like i did for the past 3 seasons. And no i am not wrong. If u dont think that wirfs is way better than dotson or winfield is by far our best safety or fournette is way better than ogumbele and barber or succop who won special teams player of the week 3 times with a 90% success rate is way better than any kicker we have had since bryant or gronk is by far a better blocker and has helped tremendously in both the pass and run game than auclair etc then u dont understand TEAM sports.

  14. Buczilla Says:

    The best player (by a comfortable margin) to ever play in the NFL is better at something than dudes that could be his kids? Shocking. Lol, Vita is a rare dude, but Brady’s picture is in the dictionary under “rare dude”. We are lucky to have this guy and I am beyond excited for Sunday!