Tom Brady is another player that should have a major outing against the Giants. Brady is already playing at an MVP pace, but a great game here should level him and Russell Wilson as the clear top-two.
Brady has reached a level this season that he hasn’t shown for several years. The new Buccaneer quarterback is airing the ball out deep, moving well in the pocket, and playing some of his best football since his last MVP award in 2017.
Brady has already thrown 18 touchdown passes and rushed for two more against only four interceptions, and the Giants defense should offer little resistance for Brady in the passing game.
If New York’s defense continues to play at the same level as the rest of the season, Tom Brady could easily add to his touchdown total on the season and continue to pad his already-impressive stats.
The Giants defense may try to key in on certain players like Mike Evans and Rob Gronkowski, but Brady has proven that he still has the other-worldly talent of airing the ball out to anyone on the field for positive gains.
Brady should maintain the dominance that he has shown so far this season, and a good game here could propel Brady back into the top quarterback conversation again.