When the Bucs signed Tom Brady, many didn't think it would work. Many thought he couldn't push the ball down the field the way Jameis Winston did a year ago. Well Tom Brady is proving everyone wrong and Austin Gayle explains why the concern over Brady's arm should not have been that big, "I think the issue that his arm is has been is a bit overblown a bit over the past few years. So much of throwing the deep ball well is anticipation and accuracy. It's not so much can you fire it 80 yards like Jamarcus Russell coming out of LSU. So much of it is timing and anticipation and chemistry with the receivers. I think that's what you see from Tom Brady, that touch on the ball that's not going away anytime soon."
Austin also talks about the complexity of Bruce Arians' system and if that's been a problem for Brady.
Listen to the podcast below.