On Wednesday Tom Brady was seen conducting an offseason practice with his new teammates of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Brady's illustrious career spans over two decades where he was able to win six Super Bowls for the New England Patriots.
Buccaneers Full 2020 Schedule
Week 1 Sunday, September 13 at New Orleans (4:25pm)
Week 2 Sunday, September 20 vs. Carolina (1:00pm)
Week 3 Sunday, September 27 at Denver (4:25pm)
Week 4 Sunday, October 4 vs. Los Angeles Chargers (1:00pm)
Week 5 Thursday, October 8 at Chicago (8:20pm)
Week 6 Sunday, October 18 vs. Green Bay (4:25pm)
Week 7 Sunday, October 25 at Las Vegas (8:20pm)
Week 8 Monday, November 2 at New York Giants (8:15pm)
Week 9 Sunday, November 8 vs. New Orleans (8:20pm)
Week 10 Sunday, November 15 at Carolina (1:00pm)
Week 11 Monday, November 23 vs. Los Angeles Rams (8:15pm)
Week 12 Sunday, November 29 vs. Kansas City (4:25pm)
Week 13 BYE
Week 14 Sunday, December 13 vs. Minnesota (1:00pm)
Week 15 Sunday, December 20 at Atlanta (1:00pm)
Week 16 December 26 or 27 at Detroit (TBD)
Week 17 Sunday, January 3 vs. Atlanta (1:00pm)
Buccaneers Projected Win Total and Odds:
9.5 wins OVER -130/UNDER +110
Fun Facts from 2019:
- Jameis Winston led the NFL in interception (30). On the positive side, he tied for the league lead in pass attempts (626) while delivering the most passing yards (5,127) and completions over 20 yards (75).
- Chris Godwin led the league in catches (25) over 20 yards while ranking second at WR in receiving yards per game (95.2).
- The Bucs’ WRs finished in yards per catch (15.99), receiving yards (3,566), and TDs (26).
- Tampa’ RB gained only 3.68 yards per carry (30th).
- Both the Bucs’ offense allowed seven TDs and the defense scored seven TDs.
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Madelyn Burke: Tom Brady and several of his new teammates took the field at Tampa's Berkeley Prep Tuesday morning for a couple hours of practice. Now, this is the first time since signing a two year, $50 million contract with the Bucs. The break has been able to get significant time on the practice field with his new teammates.
According to the Tampa Bay Times, Brady appeared to be the one organizing the two hour workout, calling the route combinations and situational drills that Bucs receivers, tight ends and running backs ran on Tuesday morning. Players across the NFL are still unable to be together at team practice facilities due to NFL rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.