Tedy Bruschi to the Bucs, "They Need to Get Over Brady-Watching"

Tom Brady has 45 career game-winning drives, six Super Bowls, and is known as one of the greatest quarterbacks to ever play the game. After spending 20 years with the New England Patriots, Brady left Foxborough to come down south to Tampa.

One of Brady's former teammates, Tedy Bruschi, gave out some advice in an interview with ESPN to Brady's new teammates, "They need to get over Brady-watching. Because they get to the sideline and all of a sudden it's like, 'It's OK, Tom will bail us out.' That's what I call Brady-watching."

He's right about that. The Bucs can't expect Tom Brady to do everything for them. Yes, Brady won't make as many mistakes as Jameis Winston did but at the same time, he will make some mistakes. You can't expect him to be perfect 24/7.

Bruschi also advised against looking at Brady as the G.O.A.T. and instead look at him as a teammate, "I'll say this right now, if those players see him as that four-letter word, they better get over it. The four-letter word is a word I will not use to describe him. It's that farm animal, it starts with G. I don't do that. Because that's almost like putting him on a pedestal. It's like, dude, you're still the same guy I intercepted in practice and took 20 bucks from. Come on, now."

Brady and Bruschi won three Super Bowls together during their time in New England so listening to Bruschi could prove very beneficial for the Bucs.

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