Nine games into the season, Tom Brady-led Tampa Bay Buccaneers find themselves on a 6-3 record heading into Week 11. They’ve made some strong additions this season in the form of TE Rob Gronkowski, RB Leonard Fournette and WR Antonio Brown.
The Buccaneers are in a strong position to make the postseason in 2020, with some even claiming that they can challenge for the Super Bowl title. Here’s what the six-time Super Bowl winner said with respect to his short-term future in Florida.
He said, “A lot of guys on the team have never made the playoffs…I want them to experience that it’s an amazing part of being a professional player when you get to that time in the year and, you know, so much of the goals are about how do we put ourselves in a great position every week to be successful. And then, obviously, over the course of the season, the more games you win, the better position you’re in.”
“And, you know, there’s a lot of guys who have played in the playoffs, and, you know, there’s big goals for this team and we put together you know, we really have a great opportunity…there are things that are difficult for you know, that with a lot of newness for a lot of people,” Brady said via NFL Radio.
Bruce Arians’ side will take on Sean McVay’s Los Angeles Rams on Monday night. The Buccaneers are fresh off a win against NFC South opponents Carolina Panthers from last weekend.
They head into Week 11 ranked second in their division behind Sean Payton’s New Orleans Saints. Will TB12 win a Super Bowl in his first season in Tampa Bay? Stick around to find out.