Three concerns for Tom Brady entering 2020 season
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers enter the 2020 season as one of the favorites to make it to the postseason and compete for a championship and it’s all because of one addition: QB Tom Brady.
Brady, who signed a two-year, $50 million deal with the Buccaneers, is getting into the swing of things and has been working out with his teammates privately over the course of the last couple of weeks.
Tom Brady is absolutely looking to make a statement and it’s clear that he wants to compete at the highest level. He didn’t just come to Tampa Bay to collect a paycheck.
As we continue preparing for the upcoming season, here are three concerns for Tom Brady.
3. Learning offensive system & chemistry
Bruce Arians’ system is not the easiest to learn and we’ve seen that as a trend in first-year quarterbacks during his career.
Arians likes to go vertical and he has a lot of different schemes and terminology that Brady will have to learn- and learn quickly.
In addition to having to learn the playbook, Brady has a limited amount of time to build chemistry with his teammates. Will he have enough time to really get into the system and build chemistry with his receivers, in particular?
It’s certainly a concern heading into the season.