3. The weather can’t be understated
Now, I know what you’re thinking here. What does weather have to do with anything?
Well, Brady has been used to playing up in New England where it snows, temperatures reach all-time lows, and it’s extremely difficult to throw the football, at least in some cases.
That wouldn’t be the case, however, in sunny Tampa Bay.
Brady would finally have the asset of being able to throw the ball consistently in warm weather- which is much easier on quarterbacks. It’s a small detail, but something to consider at the very least.