Last Updated on June 16, 2020

It’s going to take a little bit of time to get used to Tom Brady in a Tampa Bay Buccaneers uniform, but it’s hard to deny that he looks good in the red and black. It’s not the same look as he had with the New England Patriots, but TB12 looks like he’s going to fit right in with the Buccaneers.

Things won’t be completely different in Tampa Bay. Brady was able to coax Rob Gronkowski out of retirement to join an absolutely loaded group of skill position players that includes Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, O.J. Howard, Cameron Brate, and Ronald Jones II.

 

Tom Brady Season Prop Bets

Sure, Brady isn’t the same quarterback he was 10 years ago, but he’s still capable of going off in his new home next season. Brady is a longshot to win MVP or Offensive Player of the Year, but stranger things have happened. Playing in Bruce Arians’ high-flying offense should give Brady ample opportunities to air it out.

Regular Season MVP — +1800
AP NFL Offensive Player of the Year — +5000

Anyone who doesn’t think Brady can beat the field for MVP or Offensive Player of the Year might feel more comfortable going with Brady against the other quarterbacks. Brady is among the favorites to throw for the most passing yards in 2020. For what it’s worth, Jameis Winston threw for 5,109 yards with the Bucs last season, which was good for first in the NFL.

Most Regular Season Passing Yards:
Patrick Mahomes — +450
Dak Prescott — +650
Matt Ryan — +800
Philip Rivers — +850
Tom Brady — +950
Jared Goff — +1100
Matt Stafford — +1200
Ben Roethlisberger — +1300
Drew Brees — +1300

For bettors who aren’t so confident in Brady against the field, they can always turn to season-long prop bets like total yards, passing touchdowns, and interceptions. In 2019, Brady threw for 4,057 yards, 24 touchdowns, and eight interceptions.

Regular Season Total Passing Yards — 4224.5 yards — Over (-112) — Under (-112)
Regular Season Total Passing TDs — 29.5 — Over (-112) — Under (-112)
Regular Season Total Interceptions — 10.5 — Over (-108) — Under (-112)

Brady and the Buccaneers are going to be one of the biggest storylines in the NFL next season. The GOAT quarterback is looking for one last chance at winning a Super Bowl and cementing his legacy. He might look strange in a Bucs jersey for the first few games, but we should get used to Brady slinging touchdowns to Mike Evans very quickly.