Tom Brady proved he can still play at an elite level in 2020. Brady was one of the best quarterbacks in the league and led the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a Super Bowl win at 43 years old. He achieved that all while dealing with a knee injury throughout the season that he had cleaned up this offseason.
Brady is now recovered from that procedure and preparing to put in work ahead of next season.
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The 21-year vet will start throwing soon this offseason, which is great news. He'll have ample time to get ready for a 2021-22 campaign where every team will look to knock off the reigning Super Bowl champs.
Brady racked up 4,633 yards and 40 TDs (with 12 INTs) in 2020. There were some growing pains in his first season with a new team, but he elevated his game down the stretch when it mattered the most.
It's no surprise the Bucs have the second-best odds (+650) to win the Super Bowl on FanDuel Sportsbook after returning all 22 starters from their championship-winning team. And with a favorable schedule this year, Tampa is in prime position to repeat.
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