With every new turn of the season, Tom Brady lunges forward to break a record. With no one to challenge him, he sets out to break his own. At age 40, Tom Brady became the oldest player to win the MVP trophy in NFL history. In his recent tweet, Brady hints he is coming for the award again.
In week 13, the Buccaneers dominated the Falcons. The entire team played beautifully. But, it was the leader of the offense who was on fire. Brady completed 38 out of 51 of his passes for 368 yards. He handled four touchdowns and an interception.
The game ended with a score of 30-17. It was a comfortable victory for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. With every passing year, it seems like Tom Brady is aging like a fine wine. His performance keeps on getting better and better. There is no stopping California Cool. He is the favorite to win the MVP award this season.
Brady currently sits at +175 odds. Following him is Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen. Allen still has a long way to go if he wants to win the MVP award this year. The current odds are 5/1 in Brady’s favor.
Judging by his 9-3 campaign so far this season, it will not be surprising at all if Tom Brady takes the Buccaneers to the Super Bowl again. The Buccaneers already are the No. 3 seeded team in the NFC. And show no signs to slow down.
Terrific Tom recently uploaded a video on his Twitter account. In the video, he said, “It felt great waking up this morning, to be nine and three, that was a huge win on the road, all the guys stepped up. CG 15 catches yesterday, unbelievable.” Brady then addresses the two connections with Rob Gronkowski on Sunday. “And my boy Gronk, two tuddies. Our next one is Sunday night against Buffalo at home. Tampa turn up, let’s go.”