Tom Brady was the talk of the NFL offseason this year after deciding to part ways with the New England Patriots. Plenty of teams lined up with interest in him, but when everything was said and done, Brady decided to take his talents to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
For years, the Buccaneers have been stuck in mediocrity. They were in a tough position at quarterback with Jameis Winston. Being able to bring in Brady is exactly what the franchise needed to take the next step.
After all of the success that Brady had with the Patriots, it appeared that his relationship with Bill Belichick soured. He was ready for a new challenge. That is exactly what he will get as he looks to run the Buccaneers into Super Bowl contenders.
During the 2019 season with the Patriots, Brady ended up completing 60.8 percent of his pass attempts for 4,057 yards, 24 touchdowns, and eight interceptions. His numbers dipped a bit, but he also didn’t have the kind of weapons that he had in recent years.
All of that being said, let’s dive in and take a look at what the Buccaneers should be expecting from Tom Brady this season.