It should come as no surprise to those who follow pro football. Tom Brady Tampa Bay has been named the AFC Offensive Player of the Week for his performance against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday. The Patriots’ QB led his team to a 35-7 win and threw for 249 yards and four touchdowns as his team improves to 3-2 on the season.
As a person who’s been in the New England area for the last five years, I can tell you that Tom Brady is more than just a sports superstar. He’s an icoreal-life like a real-life superhero. But as a citizen of this world, I’m more concerned with what he can do for my Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Greats for me, and Bucs fans in general. Luckily for us, Brady is a well-documented winner — now 10x over! So let’s take a look at how he stacks up against Jameis Winston
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The Tampa Bay Rays have been struggling to get people to show up to their games, so they came up with the idea to offer a ticket package that would include tickets, to all 82 games, a seat in the dugout, and access to the clubhouse.
The package is being offered by the Tampa Bay Rays and Tom Brady, who has agreed to be part of the deal.
For $15 million you can get access to all 82 games and sit in the dugout with Tom Brady. The only catch is you have to be at least 18 years old, but that seems like a small price to pay for such a great opportunity.
Tom Brady has been under fire lately for his involvement in Deflategate, which is why he was suspended for four games this season. But this new promotion might just help him win back some fans who were upset about his suspension.
But if he’s going to help the Tampa Bay Buccaneers win a Super Bowl, he’ll need to do more than just throw in practice.
Brady has been working out with Jameis Winston and the Bucs in Arizona this offseason, but that doesn’t mean he’s ready to play quarterback for them yet.
The 38-year-old is still on his way back from an ACL injury and hasn’t played since 2016, so it makes sense that head coach Bruce Arians would rather not rush him into action. And even if he did get cleared by doctors, it wouldn’t make sense for Tampa to put him on the field before they have a better idea of how well their rookie quarterbacks are developing — especially considering how good they could be with a healthy Winston under center