Tom Brady Projected 2020 Passing Total With Buccaneers Would Make NFL History
Though seemingly all but a done deal, Tom Brady's next team for the 2020 season hasn't even been officially confirmed yet, but a host of his season-long over/under betting totals are already available on FanDuel Sportsbook.
The six-time Super Bowl champion is reportedly taking his taking his talents to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this fall, where the oddsmakers are already high on his potential ceiling in passing game.
Tom Brady Passing Yards 2020 Over/Under
Despite failing to hit this mark in five of his past seven seasons as a Patriot, Brady's projected passing total over/under for the 2020 NFL season has been set at 4,399.5 yards, with even -110 odds on both the over and under outcomes.
Brady will be joining the likes of an offense loaded with receiving weapons like Chris Godwin and Mike Evans, who combined for nearly 2,500 receiving yards (2,490) last season catching passes from Jameis Winston. Tampa Bay also led the league in receiving yards per game last year, with 320.4, which is also noticeably higher than New England's 259.6 receiving yards per game (No. 9 in the NFL).
Brady turns 43 years old this August, and if he does manage to surpass this 4,400-yard mark, it would make him the first NFL QB older than 41 to pass for more than 4,000 single-season yards in league history. Brady's 2017 campaign that saw him pass for 4,577 yards already makes him the only 40-year-old plus QB to toss for than 4,000 yards in NFL history.
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