Tom Brady Proves Fans Wrong

Tom Brady showing off the new Buccaneers uniform in a game in the early NFL season. Photo by CBS Sports

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Tom Brady showing off the new Buccaneers uniform in a game in the early NFL season. Photo by CBS Sports

Mikey Mueller , Staff Writer

Tom Brady is and always has been a stud football player. After a switch to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, fans thought he wouldn’t be successful without former head Coach Bill Belicheck, but Brady has always adapted to circumstances, and this year is no different as he has proved his haters wrong.

This season, Brady made a big switch from the New England Patriots to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Brady not only left the team that he has been with throughout the entirety of his career, but also the coach (Belicheck) that has had faith in him from the beginning and developed him into the kind of man and football player he is today.

Brady was successful with Belichick winning six Super Bowls as a result. As Brady moved on from the Patriots, people had many doubts about what his first season with the Buccaneers would bring, but he didn’t let their questioning stop him.

Instead he played and trained harder than ever and adapted with his new teammates and his former teammate, Rob Gronkowski. These two amazing players work hard together and are an unstoppable unit.

On top of his success with new teammates, Brady is an unusually good quarterback considering his age of 43. Tom averages 4633 yards a season. Most quarterbacks his age can barely throw a football much less move the ball down the field like he does. Such as Lamar Jackson, he is a young quarterback and only averages 2800 yards per season. That says a lot about how athletic Brady is. He also threw 40 touchdowns compared to only 12 interceptions with a passer rating of 102.2. That’s simply amazing.

With six Super Bowl titles, four Super Bowl MVP Awards and three NFL MVP Awards, Brady is unsurpassed. In his 20th year and with his new team, the Buccaneers, he continues to live up to fans expectations. He will lead this team to the Super Bowl on Sunday, February 7, 2021 where he will compete for his seventh Super Bowl title and potentially go down in history as the greatest quarterback of all time.