New Career Record For Air Brady; Lots Of Sunday Motivation

January 1st, 2022

“Byron, we’re throwing the damn ball against the Jets.”

With six pass attempts against the miserable New York Jets tomorrow, Tom Brady will break yet another personal single-season record in a 16-game season.

Joe finds this one significant.

Brady leads the NFL this season in pass attempts (632) and completions (422). And whaddya know, he also leads in total yards (4,580) and touchdowns (37). Brady’s previous high for total pass attempts in a season was 637 in 2012.

Since arriving in Tampa, Brady has been a gunslinger. Joe suspects that’s exactly why Brady chose the Bucs. He wanted a pass-first offense with elite weapons and an elite pass-blocking offensive line.

What Brady wants, Brady gets.

Joe also thinks it’s obvious that Brady cares about milestones and stats for himself and players. So Joe will be wagering quite a bit on Brady’s “over” on touchdown passes tomorrow. The line will probably sit at “2,” if Joe can find a line. Joe is sure Brady wants to get to 40 for the season.

Also, Brady is 186 yards ahead of Justin Herbert for the league lead in total passing yards. Derek Carr and Matthew Stafford are slightly behind Herbert. Joe is 100 percent sure Brady wants to lead the NFL in passing this season, which will help his MVP chances.

Hence, Joe already has wagered on Brady hitting the “over” tomorrow against the Jets — 280 1/2 yards. Brady knows he doesn’t want to be in a final-week chase for the league lead when he possibly can put it away on Sunday.

For those who believe Brady only cares about winning, well, Joe can’t help you with that.

29 Responses to “New Career Record For Air Brady; Lots Of Sunday Motivation”

  1. SOEbuc Says:

    How much better is college football than the NFL? A lot.

  2. Mike C Says:

    Yeah…… Alabama wins….. Great

  3. Listnfrmafar Says:

    College is far less any given Saturday, most of the favorites always win until bowl time. Brady passes his record by third series of downs. I am a little concerned with Gronk, I hope he didn’t reinjure himself. He’s always as sure handed as you get.

  4. SB Says:

    LOL I am guessing you are not an SEC fan Mike C.
    I knew people would be whining about an All SEC Championship.
    Afterall that is why we did away with the BCS right?

  5. alton d green Says:

    I think the SEC is really great for college football. It keeps so many young men out of jail…….most of the time

  6. Mike C Says:

    Not a college fan at all SB, too many teams too many bucs vs jets type match ups every week, and all the best players go to one program….. yeah it’s great smh.

  7. Swampbuc Says:

    Just please play offense organically, like a sane OC would craft with his excellent OL and plethora of weapons. Please at least run the ball a few times in the first script. Please. If I have to watch another 1st quarter like the Saints game I think I’ll have a apoplectic fit. Hopefully BA and Harold the Goodwin got with BL on the game plan and forbade him from eating peyote before scripting the first fifteen plays. And if Tom wants the records and stuff fine – those will come from keeping a balanced game with tight execution- including running the damn football. Play action – Boron – remember that? How about a little motion to get Evans freed up from press coverage? How about Gronk down blocking and then slipping to a hole vacated by a blitzed? I know. Radical stuff.

  8. Mort Says:

    He can throw it, who will catch it?

  9. Swampbuc Says:

    AB Evans Gronk Brate Bell Perriman Tyler Grayson OJ – not exactly the Houston Texans roster.

  10. PassingThru Says:

    I don’t really watch college football, except for my alma mater and select bowl games.

    Listnfrmafar is right, the big name schools steamroll through their schedule due to the talent disparity. Once upon a time colleges featured student-athletes, guys you’d see in class during the weekdays and roomed with during the year in the dorms or fraternity houses. It used to also be a ticket to having a college education and career for the disadvantaged. Nowadays they’re walled-off from the rest of the student body, with all too many of the kids slipping through the cracks and never graduating. It’s now a cruder version of professional football that feels more exploitative than the NFL.

  11. Cleanhouse Says:

    Top 5109 then let’s talk…
    Check yo sheet!!!

  12. Jaymiss Pick6 Again Says:

    Ouch Joe – In the immortal words of Joe Namath (who I just watched on The Love Boat on YouTube) “We’ll win it – I guarantee it” – while relaxing poolside with a drink in hand. However the Bucs will win it on the ground.

  13. Mickman Says:

    The line for TDs is above 2.5 tds. I will take the over

  14. Eddie Marz Says:

    Clean house 5109 doesn’t mean squat if your 7-9. Brady is doing this as division champs already.

  15. Beeej Says:

    Brady needs 3-4 tuddies

  16. adam from ny Says:

    all tommy needs in the next 2 games is 265 yards in each game or more and he breaks the 5109 record…

    it’s totally feasible…

    so clean house, clean dees nutz, lol

  17. SufferingSince76 Says:

    Cleanhouse, I checked the sheet. 91 career interceptions, 24 fumbles lost and that doesn’t count 2020. Bye bye now.

  18. Bird Says:

    Somebody said it perfectly yesterday

    Brady holds the record for having all the records


  19. cmurda Says:

    Alabama…some random team every few years……. and then back to Alabama. College football has zero parity and has lost the ferocious excitement I believe it once had. Either that or now that USF is irrelevant, I’m hardly interested. One or both of those are definitely true.

    I’ll take the over on everything. Brady’s yards, TD’s.

    He says talk to me after 5109 to the GOAT and his 7 Rings. LOL. Clean your headspace.

  20. David Says:

    I think he goes over 300 with 3-4 TDs. I think Evans has 101+ with a TD or two.

  21. SB Says:

    Mike C Says:
    January 1st, 2022 at 3:23 pm
    Not a college fan at all SB, too many teams too many bucs vs jets type match ups every week, and all the best players go to one program….. yeah it’s great smh.


    LOL ONLY the best players even get a tryout for ‘one program’
    I prefer watching young kids who Aspire to have a chance to be a millionaire than Millionaires who become Divas.
    CFB trumps the NFL in attitude and inspiration.
    Now that they are going to pay college athletes I am pretty sure my views will soon change. Sad

  22. SB Says:

    Wow again Joe……..Get into the 2020’s with your antiquated ‘filters’ and format, would ya?

  23. Stone crab sam Says:

    I am still pinching myself that we have the goat. I hope I never wake up😎

  24. cmurda Says:


    Are you getting railroaded by the JBF filter?

  25. cmurda Says:

    Watching Ohio State and Utah. Whoa. This Britain Covey kid running away from a dead stop for a kickoff return TD. He’s white too. I can’t believe my eyes. This is some Scottie Miller legendary stuff happening. Kick returning problems could be a think of the past in a year or 2.

  26. SB Says:

    Lol cmurda. Just look at my post from 6:18.
    Innocuous and un-offensive without profanity.

  27. cmurda Says:

    You have no idea how often that happens to me. Usually I can’t even figure out what is setting off the censor. In your case, probably the word that resembles the name of our last president is what did you in. It’s a little redonkeyless but I guess it’s mostly needed.

  28. Mikejp Says:

    You are wrong, Joe. Tom only cares about his next SB, then get incentives for his important guys. The field will be wet tomorrow, thus I expect a lot of screen pass to AB and Running.

  29. Redsox/Bucs1 Says:

    Hey SumBeotch, If college football is so great and the NFL so bad why you spend all your time commenting on a pro football site? College is an ok Saturday diversion, I watch once in a while. And the championship game should be great. But none of it comes close to the NFL game.