New NFL rules are sure to keep Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady under the microscope in some of his more difficult matchups.
After a rough offensive start to the 2022 season for the Buccaneers, an extra level of eyes have turned to Tom Brady, especially after his strange offseason that was filled with drama and speculation.
Brady hasn’t exactly seemed like himself to start the year. It sure seems like the game is less fun for the veteran to the casual onlooker, but perhaps that has just been due to the weaker offense overall or the lack of Ro Gronkowski.
Regardless, Bucs fans have gotten a lot more of the brooding Brady on the sidelines rather then the version that shouts “LFG” every time he does anything, and that also extends to broken tablets on the sideline that Brady made cool in 2021.
After the NFL made it clear that Brady is no longer able to show his frustration in this way, it stands to reason that a game like tonight is going to get some extra attention from the NFL as they see if their policy is followed correctly.
This game isn’t going to be easy. The Chiefs aren’t the pushovers on defense that they once were. Brady could have a tough night if the play-calling isn’t almost perfect from Byron Leftwich. If this happens, the GOAT needs to be able to keep his emotions in check and find something less expensive to break.
If the NFL really does want to enforce this rule, it makes sense that they would go after one of the most recognizable faces in the league that has a habit of breaking things on the sideline when moody.
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