What can we anticipate from Tom Brady and the Buccaneers in the NFL.
After only two weeks of the season, a lot has been said about Brady. After the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' offensive struggles
the first two weeks, many have questioned whether Brady is finally feeling his 45 years.
The following are the causes of the Buccaneers' underwhelming offence thus far: Ryan Jensen, Julio Jones, Donovan Smith, and Chris Godwin.
This season, they have all missed time due to injuries. Add to that Rob Gronkowski and Ali Market, two excellent players who left the game this off-season.
Mike Evans joins that list this week with a ban.
Breshad Perriman is Brady's primary receiver, and his offensive line is damaged, so it's difficult to pass many verdicts about him.
An additional difficult test is this week. Despite their current record of 1-1, the Green Bay Packers are still among the top NFC clubs.
They possess the sort of defence that can once again make things difficult for the Buccaneers' offence.
The Packers are a one-point underdog at BetMGM, and their offence will also be problematic. The Buccaneers' defence has been outstanding despite being overlooked thus far.
We won't be able to judge Brady at age 45 until we see the Buccaneers at full strength.