Many have been questioning where the glorious head of Tom Brady is at leading into this season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. One commercial during the Thursday Night opening game should ease many minds, including those of Buccaneers fans.
The Buffalo Bills kicked off the 2022 NFL season by kicking out the defending champion Los Angeles Rams of their home stadium 31-10, sending many messages in the process. One message is that the NFC may be more open than originally thought, but that’s a story for another day. During a commercial promoting the return of Tom Brady, one message was sent louder than anything that happened during the game, at least as it pertains to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
There’s been a lot of ballyhoo, brouhaha, and whatever other word you can find in a thesaurus to describe the media frenzy surrounding Brady this off-season. It’s almost as if people are looking for reasons why the GOAT of GOATs would not want to play for the Bucs. It’s gotten to the point where the most competitive human being on the planet’s desire to win has come into question. Let that sink in.
Speaking of GOATs and competitive athletes, that brings us to Michael Jordan. During a commercial hyping up Brady’s return to the premiere of Sunday Night Football, MJ did his part to put any doubt about Brady to rest.
Honestly, what more really needs to be said? Jordan has always been the gold standard for competitiveness and greatness, and even he can concede that Brady is #different when it comes to both categories. He mentions how greatness like this doesn’t come along that often, and who would know better than His Airness? When someone is “like Mike” he’ll acknowledge it, and as far as this writer knows, Brady is the only one.
It remains to be seen just how far Tom Brady will take the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this season, but one thing we know for sure is they’ll go as far as he takes them, because he is in a class of his own, even passing Michael Jordan.