Best Buccaneers player during the Biden Administration – Tom Brady (QB)
Here’s your Tom Brady content. You hyenas.
Look, Brady was the best player in the entire NFL this past season, and was robbed of the MVP in what appears to be his final NFL season. Naturally, he was the best player on the Bucs during the 2021 season, the only season played so far during the Biden Administration.
It’s hard not to think of the magic that was the 2020 season when Brady first came to Tampa Bay, but we have to stick with 2021, and that is ok.
Brady threw for a career-high 5,316 yards and 43 touchdowns which is the second most in his GOAT career, albeit with one extra game but that’s beside the point. Brady was incandescent in his final season at the age of 44, putting to shame every average 44 year old, and 24 year old honestly. The man simply is not human is the main point here.
More on Brady’s incandescence, for a franchise that was stuck in a dark abyss for seemingly forever at the quarterback position, he brought the sun to the Sunshine State, and while his 2021 season didn’t end with a Super Bowl like 2020, it was still the best pure-passing season that Buccaneers fans have ever seen. Once again, this one was a no-brainer.
Surely this is going to update with the passage of time, as the NFL world is just as unpredictable of the political world. For now though, that’s our list and we’re sticking to it.
Happy President’s Day. The Bucs stop here.