2. Tom Brady and those offensive weapons are unreal; first-team defense is shaping up
This next takeaway is two-fold.
Though Tom Brady didn’t have the best practice of his time with the Buccaneers, he still had a really solid day. Unofficially, Brady was 13-of-18 for 170 yards and led the offense two three touchdowns on four tries.
He did go up against the second-team defense, but it was just apparent seeing those offensive weapons on the field paired alongside Brady that we’re going to see an extremely explosive offense this season.
On the flip side, that starting defensive unit is coming together nicely as well. The front-seven is talented and we’re seeing more and more plays being made by the defensive backfield, as well.