New York Jets fans can only laugh when these circumstances happen. We'll get to that in a moment. On Wednesday evening, the bizarre off-season of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers continued. This time it wasn't Tom Brady in the news.
Super Bowl parties are always great times to lay down some cool football facts to impress your friends and family. Now, it can be fun to start with a Tom Brady rapid fire of Super Bowl records that the G.O.A.T. holds, like Career SB Passes Completed - 277; Most SB Career Pass Attempts - 421; Game Pass Attempts - 62 in SB LI; Game Completions - 43 SB LI; Game Passing Yards - 505 SB LII; Career Passing Yards - 3039 (that is amazing); And Career Passing Touchdowns - 21. There are more Tom Brady records but those are the fun ones. Now for some deep dives!
The simple answer is, 'yes.' Is it a long shot that the Giants will actually be in a position to add the quarterback in pursuit of Super Bowl victory #8? Of course it is but this is sports, so never say never. On Monday, the far-fetched dream of TB12 playing for Big Blue maybe stayed alive, just a little. On his SiriusXM show “Let’s Go!”, co-host Jim Gray asked Tom Brady about the possibility of returning to football. Now it's Tom Brady's show. Jim Gray isn't asking ANY questions that Tom doesn't want to field.
It's no surprise to Bills fans that their own Josh Allen is once again in the thick of NFL MVP conversations. This weekend's AFC Divisional showdown with his arch nemesis Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs has been anticipated since last January's 38-24 AFC Championship loss. This year may be different for Allen and Buffalo Bills fans. So what did future Hall of Fame quarterback Tom Brady have to say about Mr. Allen?
It's no secret that Tom Brady likes to win and he's good at it, maybe the best. The 7 time Super Bowl champion could have as many as 9, if not for one particular franchise. Does that still eat at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' 44 year old quarterback? Yup, Brady himself admits he is not a fan of the New York Giants, whom his Bucs face on Monday Night Football this week.
Yesterday was my big day to be in an NFL commercial that will be seen by millions of people. I know! So crazy. I still can't believe they picked me. I found out that I was one of only seven people selected to have a speaking role. The commercial I was cast for was as a Tampa Bay Buccaneers fan on a boat with another guy watching Tom Brady throw a winning touchdown. We were to cheer loudly and say, "stat that".
The only advice we have for Aikman is maybe don't talk about your players butt-sweat on live TV.
Who knew that butt sweat was such an important factor when it came to the game of football? Aren't there enough pads and stuff to keep the sweat from leaking through...