Tom Brady MVP?

September 20th, 2021

Award-winning season?

This may not sound so ridiculous for a guy on pace for 76 touchdown passes.

That number is absolutely wild to Joe. But that’s what Brady will throw for if he continues this hot streak. And given his sick amount of weapons, is it really that much of a stretch to see Tom Brady throw for, oh, 60 touchdowns?

Gary Gramling of thinks Brady has the award signed, sealed and delivered.

Tom Brady Might Win MVP and Coach of the Year: The difference in the Bucs offense since the coaching staff “compromised” with Brady (i.e. handed him control over the offense) is quite noticeable.

Well, nobody is sure what exactly happened last year. Joe’s head spins after hearing so many variations. Brady didn’t want Bruce Arians’ no-risk-it-no-biscuit offense. Brady learned the playbook, finally. Leftwich wanted to ditch the running game and go full-blown Don Coryell. Brady and Arians decided to compromise, etc.

You pick your favorite.

Joe does know Brady coaches up his teammates. That’s clear. And his TB12 brew seems to be popular with teammates.

For Brady’s influence on the roster and the job he does on the field, he certainly should have been the MVP last year. If he throws for 76 touchdowns, he’s got it all wrapped up.

21 Responses to “Tom Brady MVP?”

  1. Says:

    How bout we just take care of the Rams. Big game. Only week 3, but goodness feels like playoff/seeding/momentum stakes on the line here are monumental.

  2. Says:

    More specifically, I think if we beat the Rams, this team gets locked in ongoing undefeated. If we lose, much easier to give up the game to the Panthers or saints or bills down the line.

  3. Chris@Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa Says:

    Lamar Jackson of Baltimore made a case for himself yesterday for MVP.

  4. Wild Bill Says:

    Based on the number of times Brady was hit or sacked by the Falcons I am VERY concerned about game 3 against the Rams. Brady looked off to me in the middle part of the game after taking sacks and hits too often. His completion rate looked shaky mid game, missing open receivers and not even closely. Brady hates getting sacked and several sacks were strong hits. The Rams are way tougher so pass blocking will be a key factor.

  5. Armybucfan Says:

    I agree with mr. IP address. Let’s see how we handle the rams before we go and talk about mvp or any other accolades for that matter. Even though we have won the past two games they both left a lot to be desired; our d-line barely got to the opposing QBs, our CBS are playing too far off the ball letting qbs have a completion rate of over 70%, our run game is abysmal, RoJo pass protection sucks, and the penalties are killing us. We cannot rely on Brady to always get us out of binds.

  6. jiminPH Says:

    Where is just an ‘average’ running game? If the Bucs can not find a way to run the ball occasionally, forget the SB run this year!

  7. Miller5252 Says:

    How can you not talk about him for MVP right now. He really looks good out there throwing the ball. But it’s week 2 so it’ll just be a talking point right now. It’s great to see it

  8. Leighroy Says:

    “Mr IP address“ – that one made me lol this morning!

  9. LakelandSteve Says:

    I guarantee you that Brady cares less about the MVP. That man is all about winning Super Bowls. I am almost happy about the struggles with consistency so far. The offense scored 5 touchdowns and I don’t think anyone was comfortable with the way they were playing . The first drive was great but after that it seemed like they lost a little focus. There were some missed assignments, Donovan Smith gives up a sack, RoJo whiffs on a blitzer, and Jensen’s stupid unnecessary roughness penalty near the goal line. If not for these mistakes and others the offense could have had seven or eight touchdowns. So if they are scoring this much with so many mistakes I think the future is bright. You know if they stay healthy, and clean up the mistakes this team could be a juggernaut of historic proportions. One that has never been seen in the NFL and one that likely would never be seen again. I am glad there are things they need to work on. If they were already “perfect” then they would get complacent and overconfident. This team if healthy could be unstoppable.

  10. geno711 Says:

    If you are at the game watch Brady on the sideline. As soon as he is done on his offensive series, he goes back and gets on his tablet. He rarely watches the defense play. He is just studying game tape.

    The only time I typically see him get up is when he wants to say something to one of his players. Yesterday at one point, he goes running over to AB and talks to him. My buddy and I both say that AB (who had not gotten a catch yet) is going to get thrown to next series. Yup it happens. It was Browns only catch, 1 for 17 yards. Not sure what Brady said (maybe guy is overplaying you one way and adapt). But Brady is worth everything for this team.

  11. ModHairKen Says:

    Who cares about accolades? Losers. Who starts talking about season accolades after 2 games? Losers.

    Beat the Rams.

    The pass rush has to show up. Shaq, can you get a sack? JPP, are you there? Suh is. Vea is. Need all 4 and White and the Rook.

  12. JimBuc2 Says:

    Mr. IP? Not possible and here is why. 32 bit address schema is 4 groups of numbers separated by decimals, with set numerical values ranging from 0 to 255. This limits the number of unique IP addresses available to approximately 4 billion, with some of those addresses reserved. 64 bit addressing exponentially expands the pool of available IP addresses. Think 2x2x2x2x2 until you get to 64 iterations. Note also that 64 bit IP addresses are expressed in hexidecimal notation, meaning the highest numerical value is 9, followed by letters a,b,c,d,e,f. Therefore that string of numbers is really not ‘IP’ addresses. They are jersey numbers of iconic past and present Buc players.
    LFG Bucs!

  13. gotbbucs Says:

    The pass rush is constantly getting there, problem is there are recievers running free all over the field. Ryan was throwing balls up for grabs and there were no defenders anywhere close to the recievers.

  14. Buxszntkt Says:

    @army butthead, first, that’s too long to be an IP address. Put a bit more thought into it, pretend your are in the code breaking division !

  15. orlbucfan Says:

    Methusaleh12 had me concerned after that first TD that he was going to be carted off the field. Falcons went after him and he took some hard knocks. MVP? He’s got enough awards! How about just winning the damned division which Bucs did NOT do last season?!

  16. Listnfrmafar Says:

    Looked like Brady got a little injured after the strip sak. He went back to the bench stretching his neck. The next series he threw two low passes in a row. Chris@apple, seriously Jackson as MVP? Where was he last week. All that showed me is KC spends all their money on offense, the Defense stinks. Unlike the Bucs, if they can straighten out DB issue Bucs would be most solid team on all 3 phases. How about not kicking to Mickens.

  17. Leighroy Says:

    The nerds need to put their pocket protectors away and take a joke

  18. Player 1 Says: is not an IP. Look at each number and think jersey numbers

  19. Ne+ bucs fan Says:

    Duh,,that’s the German egnima code,,lol

  20. Oneilbuc Says:

    Don’t count Murray out out of the MVP race !!

  21. Bush's Coke Spoon Says:

    “Joe’s head spins after hearing so many variations… You pick your favorite.”

    I believe the version where Brady got frustrated in the Kansas City game, and decided to install the New England offense during halftime.