Tom Brady Is On Pace For 51 Touchdowns & 5,525 Yards

October 24th, 2021

It was not Tom Brady’s best day, but with the time Brady gets to throw and the weapons at his disposal, it just doesn’t matter.

Brady finished with 4 touchdown passes against the Bears on 20-of-36 passing. Of course Brady didn’t throw an interception; he has just three all season and only one since opening day.

Mr. Seven Rings is now on pace for 5,525 yards and 51 touchdowns this season

The Bucs’ offensive line has been specatacular, and Joe believes they deserve a boatload of credit. Brady was hit just once today. Once!

A nitpicker would whine about the Bucs’ second-half struggles in the red zone. Did they lose some motivation in the blowout? Is it more than that?

Hey, at least there’s something to work on in practice this week.

Bring on the slimy Saints!

10 Responses to “Tom Brady Is On Pace For 51 Touchdowns & 5,525 Yards”

  1. JimmyJack Says:

    Give some credit to Leftwitch. Brady got out of rhythm a few times today and Byron always seems to be aware and is able to dial up quick easy passes to get Brady back on target……….Byron really seems to be on the same page with Brady and does a great job picking the spots to call quick hitters and when to dial up the biscuits.

    This is nothing new for today. Its been a pattern with our playcalling and leeps getting better and better over time.

  2. gp Says:

    C-mon Tom, aim for 55 TD’s and 5500 plus and start the new 55/55 club!

  3. SufferingSince76 Says:

    4 TDs for Tom on an off day! Amazing.

  4. Jake Carlson Says:


  5. bucfanforever Says:

    I think they just went vanilla at the goal line, not to show anything for down the stretch.

  6. WillieG Says:

    I told my dad the Bucs win 49-3. If the Bucs had scored on those two goal to go situations, I’d be looking like a genius.

  7. gp Says:

    Win some/lose some
    (this coming from a dad of a too smart kid!)

  8. David Says:

    I think they were just trying to get another TD pass on those two stalled drives down inside the five. In the playoffs I think they stick vita in the backfield, bring in the extra lineman and just pound it four times in a row and get the touchdown. So that does not concern me.

  9. david Says:

    It’s a bit of the shame that the NFL doesn’t have “scorers” like MLBaseball has…who determine if a blown play is actually an “error” or not…
    Because really, Tom Brady’s supposed “three interceptions”…the first two, were not really “interceptions” in the true sense of the word…meaning where a quarterback throws the ball badly in such a way that his throw can be “picked off” by the other team, when he was trying to throw it to a particular teammate of his…
    His first….was right to Lennie…and Lennie bounced it up into the air instead of catching it…and it was Lennie’s deflection that was intercepted…and the second was a total hail mary jump ball a few seconds before the end of the half, both in the first game of the year.
    If the NFL had “scorers”…neither of those would be called as “interceptions” on the quarterback.
    The closest thing the NFL has is PFF’s “Turnover-Worthy Plays” stat…and they considered neither of those two “interceptions” to be “Turnover-Worthy Plays”.
    So in down-to-earth reality…Brady is at 21 Touchdowns…to 1 true interception…ONE…through 7 games…at the age of FORTY FIVE!!!
    The man is an absolute marvel…an impossibility…but there he is, and shows no signs at all that he is going anywhere anytime soon…except to more playoff wins and super bowls and rings, etc.

  10. david Says:

    Correction….Brady….At the age of 44…not 45. He’ll get there soon enough without me pushing him forward a year