“So Ready. So Smart. So Knowledgeable.”

November 9th, 2021

A guy with intimate knowledge of life with Tom Brady at One Buc Palace is urging America to wake up.

Now retired from pounding between the tackles, former Bucs, Bills, Eagles and Chiefs running back LeSean “Shady” McCoy has been diving into the media world and was a guest co-host on Good Morning Football this week on NFL Network.

Shady seemed stunned that anyone would not consider the Bucs the Super Bowl favorite after nine weeks of this season.

“Am I missing something?” Shady asked in disbelief.

McCoy was adamant that the Bucs defense is strong and only will get stronger as it heals. And he insists that one man, Tom Brady, makes the Bucs the clear favorite even if they are looking up at the NFC West leaders.

“Now Patrick Mahomes is a great quarterback, but I’ve never been with a quarterback who is so prepared, that is so ready, so smart, so knowledgeable,” McCoy said. “He’s 40-something years old. … He’s still playing like he’s 20-something years old.”

Shady went on to say how well “Everyday Lenny” is playing and to praise the Bucs’ coaching.

“Bling, bling again” in February, Shady declared.

Perhaps the most fun part of Shady’s appearance was him not fully getting the flow of the show. It’s not radio or a hollering show. He cut off regular co-host Kyle Brandt when Brandt dared to transition the discussion to the dangerous Saints.

15 Responses to ““So Ready. So Smart. So Knowledgeable.””

  1. Swampbuc Says:

    It’s too bad he had so little left in the tank when he signed with the Bucs. Would have been fun to see what his 28 year old self might have done with TB12.

  2. The Beer Whisperer Says:

    I was reminded this morning, that TB12 was the first QB to throw for more TD passes, than punts by his team, in a season.

    I think Brees and Mahomes, have since done it, (I think)
    I’m too lazy today, to even look, lol

  3. rrsrq Says:

    The only thing that really stopped Shady was Lenny being cut by the Jags, otherwise your three headed monster would’ve be Shady, Rojo and Sneak – could that have got it done last year, we will never know (but I am sure Shady’s presence helped Rojo

  4. The Beer Whisperer Says:

    I strained myself and looked it up. I was wrong.

    Mahomes did it in – 2018.. Aaron Rodgers did it in – 2020

    Hard work don’t bother me. I can sit down and watch it, all day.

  5. The Beer Whisperer Says:

    I should add, TB12 *was the first to do it* – 2007

  6. SOEbuc Says:

    So…If Brady leads the league in all these passing categories and the Bucs would be sitting at the #3 seed in the NFC right now, how does that not make him obvious top spot for MVP???

    Good lookin Lesean. He knows not to bet against Brady.

  7. Leighroy Says:

    To paraphrase Kanye West, bc it’s provocative! No one tunes into football tv shows to hear them say for the 21st year that Brady is an MVP candidate or that his team is among the leading contenders for the super bowl.

    It’s like tuning into the weather report when you know it’s gunna be a sunny day. It may be true, but it’s just not compelling to the average shmuck anymore.

  8. The Beer Whisperer Says:

    A funny story : Brady has to be tired, of hearing about his age.

    He knows how old he is, lol

  9. The Beer Whisperer Says:

    I wish I was still 44 yrs old.

  10. SB Says:

    You and me both Beer Whisperer

  11. Buc1987 Says:

    “So Ready. So Smart. So Knowledgeable.”

    Here I thought the headline was about Medicated Pete.

  12. BillyBucco Says:

    I think MVP loses sight of the value part in terms of if they don’t play the team still wins.

    You can now discount Kyler Murray from that one but A Rod goes up.
    We really don’t know HOW valuable Brady is and I hope we never find out!!

    In terms of passing alone Brady is the clear favorite, but Baltimore wins on the ground so Lamar’s VALUE goes up.

    It’s a pretty tough task to determine which player has the most VALUE for their team.

  13. David Says:

    I saw that, he was pretty good and dead on.
    You never know how much someone like him had left in the tank because part of it is the team going with younger fresher legs but part of it is also how much desire to give it all up when you’re older compared to when you were younger.

  14. Mr Bean Says:

    MVP is subjective in any team sport.

  15. Señor Harry in Costa Rica Says:

    @ SB & Beer Whisperer, yea, 44 yo were really good years. Maybe the best in some ways. But now we are older and wiser🙄