Tom Brady Appreciation Post

November 5th, 2021


Sometimes Joe thinks he is dreaming.

Dreaming that the Bucs have the best quarterback in the NFL. But it’s true — the Bucs do have the best quarterback and, no, it’s not a dream.

Save for a truly ugly pick-six — probably subconsciously to prove to the world he is human and doesn’t have green blood — Tom Brady has been on fire this year.

And yes, he’s 44. That makes all of this surreal.

The NFL pumped out a neat graphic this week showing how dominant Brady has been through eight games. He leads the NFL in touchdowns thrown and yards-per-game (331). Oh, and Brady also has four TD passes in five different games. That also leads the NFL.

Joe honestly doesn’t think a guy like Brady will ever be seen again, especially in Tampa. And Joe is confident we will never see a 44-year old lead the NFL in passing like Brady, either.

17 Responses to “Tom Brady Appreciation Post”

  1. Buc1987 Says:

    Yes Joe…it’s still crazy to think Brady’s a Buc.

  2. Steven007 Says:

    I keep wondering how old Tom Brady is but then thank goodness, I’m reminded Every. Single. Post. Wait, how old is he again?!

  3. SOEbuc Says:

    It’s a trip

  4. Buckaroo Boozie Says:

    Ok …COVID-19 sucks….
    So does Cancer and da Flu…. been vaxed

    Aaron Rodgers out because of NFL COVID-19 Liberal protocol PRICELESS
    Now this control the people conspiracy is helping the Bucs get #1 seed😆
    Love Stupidity 👍🏻

  5. Rayjay1122 Says:

    I had just about given up on Football TBH. The college teams I rooted for sucked and still do. UF and USF I am talking about you and of course the Bucs lost decade but Tom Brady came along and has made being a Bucs fan such a great experience currently. I will be forever grateful that our TB12 chose Tampa.

    Thank you Tom Brady! Really, thank you from the bottom of my heart.
    Let’s Go!!!

  6. steele Says:

    Even with all of the dumb penalties and turnovers, up until the pick 6, the Bucs were in position to still win. Brady delivers 9 times out of 10, and that unfortunately was the 1. Let’s have faith that with a fully healthy roster and his favorite weapons all back, and most importantly, much better D, they win out.

  7. Crickett Baker Says:

    Yeah, he is a great QB and a wonderful person. Some of his ads are hysterical (Bready) and his instagrams are super entertaining. He is a blast and I am so happy to have him on the Bucs. But, old is he, again?

  8. TiredBucsFan Says:

    He has made being a Bucs fan fun. Age thing, who cares. Its fun while it lasts. Thank you TB12

  9. Bird Says:

    Born in largo in the 70’s …so born a buc fan
    Now, i drive over from orlando on game days

    Been witness to some pretty horrific football 🏈 over the years
    Licht and co have to get some credit cause the talent he accumulated made it possible to get Brady’s attention (operation shoeless joe)

    But lets be honest with ourselves.
    Without Brady , there is not all these super stars coming to Tampa to win
    I mean who will it be next year?
    Cause Without Brady , there is no Super bowl #2

    We are watching greatness so enjoy it while it lasts and who cares if its short lived. Its fun to watch buc football for the first time ever (not including that legendary defense in years past as offense was ehhh)

    We deserve this after years of dumb qb after dumb qb
    I think they should start constructing the tom brady statue now at one buc
    Make the statue size comparable to the size of that big bad arse red flag
    Go bucs! Go buc fans!
    And butt hurt fake buc fans get lost! 😂

  10. Bucsfanman Says:

    Taking a story about Tom Brady’s accomplishments this season and turning it into a diatribe about Aaron Rodgers and NFL policies?!

    Love stupidity!

    Anyway, Brady just continues to dominate. It is truly unimaginable when you think about where we were a few short years ago!

  11. ClodHopper Says:

    With very mobile qbs getting more and more popular these days, it’s going to be even harder for a qb to last as long as Tom has. Unless the NFL goes all in and makes qbs wear flags

  12. #1bucsfan Says:

    JOE your absolutely right. It’ll be a long time and maybe never we see another QB this great and he plays for our freaking team.

  13. Listnfrmafar Says:

    Who cares if the future brings another phenomenon he plays for Tampa in the present. Age aside it is all about out working the other QB’s in the NFL. He has the ability to limit the impact when he gets hit and yes he is human he can’t always put together the game winning drive. What I find most impressive is that he is doing this without his entire superstar receiving core. If AB and Gronk were healthy Payton’s game planning would be a lot more challenging. Bucs will be fine they just.need to clean up that D even if it takes a coaching change. Bowles is not good with this talent.

  14. geno711 Says:


    Agree Bucs defense an issue. But Bowles, Suh, White, SMB, Vea, Shaq became better in the playoffs last year. If the defense is ehh during the season and turns it on for the playoffs, then I am cool with that.

    That includes Todd Bowles.

  15. Perimeter Blocker Says:

    We need to squeeze this sponge (Brady) and get everything he has left!

  16. An Erection for Sacks Says:

    Everyone who knows me knows that I cheer for the name on the front of the jersey, not the name on the back, and that I have only one team. That being said, it’s impossible to ignore what TB12 has done for my Buccaneers. The end result is that he makes everyone better. It’s the Michael Jordan effect, without the Michael Jordan ego. Humility and hard work will never go out of style for people of substance, and TB12 is professional football’s prime example of that.

    GO BUCS!!!

  17. Izod Says:

    Yes, maybe never see anything like him again for those of us 40+, but “never” is a long time… assuming human beings haven’t wiped themselves out in the next 100 years (a very tenuous assumption given current state of right-wing pandemonium across the globe), surely one day there will be a superhuman blend of Tom Brady and Lamar Jackson that is 6’6″ 275lbs.