Tom Brady! He leaves New England who end up going 7 - 9 under Belichick and is possibly taking Tampa Bay Buccaneersto the Super Bowl for only the 2nd time in franchise history with Gruden as Head Coach after beating the Oakland Raiders who now is the HC of Las Vegas Raiders. In Brady's first year since leaving Patriots who have their first losing season since 2000 and now 2020; What do those two seasons have in common? NO Tom Brady
; coincidence? I think not! If the Buccaneers can make it to the Super Bowl and win it,
Tom Brady will without doubt become the NFL's Top Quarterback as he'll be one of only two QBs to take 2 teams to the Super Bowl and win it. The other Peyton Manning. Amigo
Kurt Warner nearly pulled that feat off with taking and winning the Super Bowl for St.Louis Rams and then took my Arizona Cardinals (who are the oldest franchise in NFL history beginning as Chicago Cardinals 1898 have never won a Super Bowl) to Super Bowl XLIII losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers 27 - 23 which was played in, drum roll please ....... Tampa Bay!!! Yes, all things are connected in one way or another, you just have to figure it out and viola! Brady leaving Patriots looks to be as big as the Curse of the Bambino when Boston sold Babe Ruth to the Yankees! Boston is a huge part of New England, didn't they learn their lesson the first time??? Patriots could have kept Tom Brady, but didn't want to pay him, so again all about money as was the Babe Ruth deal! If you're still with me, please leave a nice, positive comment even though your mind might be on its way to getting fried trying to comprehend why a guy from Idaho even cares about sharing NFL history when his NFL first game was played in a college stadium between the then Phoenix Cardinals and New York Giants in early fall of 1991 and the Cardinals lost 20 - 9; and to top it all off, Buccaneers would become the very first team in Super Bowl history to play on their home field, this after playing and winning three playoff games on the road. Peace, Love & Tequila!!!