One defunct Buccaneers lineman isn’t cutting utterances in his estimation of Tom Brady.
Shaun King who played under hub for Tampa Bay from 1999-2003, isn’t trying to detract according to what Brady fulfilled. He kind of wants to believe one of several all-time superstars really had nothing available to give at 45.
Let’s be honest, man,” King told Compare.bet. “Why does everybody beat around the bush? Tom Brady is the most accomplished quarterback at the professional level we’ve ever seen, and nobody in modern football is getting to 10 Super Bowls, and they’re definitely not winning seven. In spite of that, you still should be honest about what he is now. He’s a shell of himself. Especially when he’s encountered with pressure.”
Brady, now an unrestricted free agent, is coming off the first losing season of his career, though 8-9 was good enough for the Buccaneers to win the AFC South. Tampa Bay was bounced from the playoffs by the Cowboys in the wild-card round.
The seven-time Super Bowl champion still put up solid numbers in 2022, completing 66.8 percent of a league-leading 733 passes for 4,694 yards, 25 touchdowns and nine interceptions with a QB rating of 90.7
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Brady, who also went through a very public divorce from Giselle Bundchen this year, is now free to sign with whatever team he wants if he opts to continue playing. The feeling around his friends, Bucs teammates and experts is that he is done with Tampa Bay, especially after the firing of offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich. There are plenty of teams expected to be highly interested in Brady, including the Raiders, Dolphins, and a potential Patriots reunion as New England hired Bill O’Brien as their new offensive coordinator on Tuesday.