Buccaneers: Why Tom Brady can win the Super Bowl with Tampa Bay

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were the talk all around the league this offseason with their signing of Tom Brady.

The Jameis Winston experience wasn’t at all what the Buccaneers had hoped for, finishing only one season with a winning record. The Bucs let him walk and signed the GOAT to replace him.

Outside of Brady, this Buccaneers group that has a very good mix of veterans and young talent on both offense and defense. Bruce Arians is a very good coach and will be in his second season as the Bucs head coach, looking to better their 7-9 record of last year.

However, Tom Brady is 42 years old and isn’t the QB he once was. There’s no denying the resume he brings down to the Bay, but is coming off a below-average year in 2019. Not only that, but the Bucs are in arguably the most competitive division in the league.

The odds of the Buccaneers winning the Super Bowl shot up this offseason with the addition of Brady. But does this team have enough to get to the Suer Bowl and hoist the Lombardi?

Here are four reasons why the Buccaneers could win the Super Bowl.