Tom Brady Passing TD Total Projection With Buccaneers Would Be His Highest Mark Since 2017

By michael obermuller
How many touchdowns will Tom Brady throw for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2020?
How many touchdowns will Tom Brady throw for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2020? / Jim Rogash/Getty Images

The rumors and reports have finally been put to rest, Tom Brady is a Tampa Bay Buccaneer and the Bucs hype has already exploded with ticket and jersey sales through the roof.

NFL prop bet season has also begun, and FanDuel Sportsbook has you covered with a slew of Brady props like total passing yards, interceptions thrown and more, but how about touchdowns through the air?

Tom Brady Regular Season Passing Touchdowns 2020 Over/Under

As you can see above, the over/under is currently set at 29.5 for Brady's passing touchdown total in his first season away from the New England Patriots. The last time TB12 did this was 2017, with 32 TDs in a First-Team, All-Pro season for the Pats that ended in a Super Bowl loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. Brady has surpassed 30 passing TDs in the regular season seven times during his legendary career.

The odds are currently even at -110 for both over and under 29.5, but when you consider the weapons that Brady will have at his disposal in 2020, this is certainly possible. A receiving corps that already headlines Mike Evans and Chris Godwin and one that could bring back a player like Breshad Perriman. Even if they don't, younger role players like slot receiver Scotty Miller and red zone target Justin Watson are guys that Brady could even turn into Pro Bowlers.

The tight end group is also packed with potential. O.J. Howard has similar physical traits to Rob Gronkowski, and Cameron Brate is a reliable number two. All they need is a back to complement Ronald Jones II.

Brady may be 43 years old and entering a new chapter of his career for a team more than 1,000 miles away from New England, but the foundation to help him reach this passing total appears to bet and ready in 2020.

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