This offseason has been arguably the most unpredictable in NFL history. After all, Tom Brady packed his bags and left New England behind for Tampa Bay.
Brady’s decision to join the Buccaneers has resulted in mixed reactions. Some people don’t understand why he’d move on from the Patriots, while others are excited to see how he’ll handle the next chapter of his football career.
FS1 radio host Colin Cowherd is part of the group that is anxious to see how Brady performs in Tampa Bay. He’s made it known that he believes Brady will initially win the breakup with Bill Belichick. On Wednesday afternoon, he revealed how many wins he think the Buccaneers will have in their first year with Brady under center.
Cowherd is predicting Tampa Bay to own a 10-6 record with Brady as its starter. As for New England, he thinks Jarrett Stidham will only win seven games as the starting quarterback in Foxborough.
— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) March 25, 2020
“I’ve said before, I think Tom Brady wins the divorce in the first year against the Patriots,” Cowherd said. “I think the division for New England is getting tougher and people outside of football don’t understand how good Tampa’s weapons are.”
Unfortunately, the Buccaneers and Patriots will not meet each other this year unless they both reach the Super Bowl.
Do you agree with Cowherd’s prediction for Tampa Bay?