Tom Brady may be playing for a new team in 2020, but that doesn’t mean he’s going to change the way he plays.
It’s going to take some time for fans to get used to seeing the 42-year-old QB in anything other than a Patriots uniform. Not many expected Brady to leave Foxborough for Tampa Bay, but here we are.
He’ll have new teammates, a new uniform and a brand new head coach this upcoming season – but despite all the changes, Brady’s playing style is going to stay the same.
Brady admitted to reporters on Tuesday that his “approach to the game” isn’t going to change this upcoming season. Bucs reporter Greg Auman has the latest:
Tom Brady: "What won't be different is my approach to the game, what my roles and responsibilities are. I'm going to go out every day and try to put our team in a position to win."
— Greg Auman (@gregauman) March 24, 2020
Brady may be near the end of his playing days, but production is still high – even after 20 years. The veteran passer threw for 4,057 yards and 24 touchdowns compared to just eight picks last year.
Those impressive numbers came in a season in which the Patriots had less offensive weapons than usual. Now, Brady heads to the Bucs – an offense ready to explode due to elite playmakers.
The former Patriots QB will now be throwing to receivers Mike Evans and Chris Godwin – a clear upgrade over what New England had last season.