Cam Jordan Takes Hilarious Shot at Post-Tom Brady Buccaneers Roster
When Tom Brady chose to join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the 2020 offseason, many viewed it as an odd choice. They hadn't even made the playoffs since 2007, leading some to question his decision.
He and Tampa Bay promptly won the Super Bowl in their first season together, then followed it up with back-to-back division titles before Brady called it a career.
Now that Brady's off enjoying retirement, however, what's next for the Buccaneers? New Orleans Saints defensive end Cam Jordan doesn't think highly of his division rival moving forward.
The eight-time Pro Bowler took a hilarious shot at Tampa Bay, saying he thinks the team will return to mediocrity without Brady and is happy he's out of the NFC South.
Based on how this past season went, Jordan is probably right. Tampa Bay was already starting to show signs of decline before Brady retired, slumping to 8-9 before getting blown out by the Dallas Cowboys in the Wild Card Round. With Brady and most of the coaching staff now gone, things will probably only get worse for the Buccaneers.
That presents a huge opportunity for the Saints to reclaim the top spot in the division once again with a few shrewd moves this offseason.