1. Tom Brady
Tom Brady caps off our list because, well, he’s Tom Brady and he’s the starting quarterback for a team that has an opportunity to compete for a postseason berth. But we all know it rests on his shoulders.
After a couple of lackluster performances that left Bucs fans desiring more to begin the season, Brady came out against the Broncos and threw for 297 yards and three touchdowns to no interceptions against the Broncos.
That’s exactly what we want to see from him moving forward.
Brady doesn’t have to have perfect performances, but he does have to play at a high level and it continues this week against the Chargers.
This offense clicks at the fingertips of Tom Brady- for good or for bad- and he’s the Buccaneer we want to see most from as the season progresses.