Tom Brady is the most apparent Buccaneer with a future in the Hall of Fame. Brady is one of the most accomplished professional quarterbacks of all time, and he makes a compelling case as the best athlete of all time.
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As many analysts love to point out, Brady has essentially led two different HOF careers in the two decades that he has played. With three Super Bowl wins in each decade and numerous other individual awards, Brady is clearly a future first-ballot entrant into the most elusive club in the NFL.
Brady has spent the entirety of his career in New England with Bill Belichick, another future lock, up until this point, but his time in Tampa Bay could help strengthen his case.
If Brady can succeed over the next few seasons with a new team and a new system, he will totally disprove the rumors that he is a system quarterback and quash any remaining doubts about his game.
Even if Brady struggles over the next two seasons in Tampa Bay, he is still a clear lock, the final years in Tampa Bay are just icing on the cake.
Brady is setting a precedent that will be extremely difficult for many players to follow down the road, and for that reason, he will be a Hall of Famer.