tom brady He doesn’t much like answering questions about his future these days, but a former Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback thinks it’s time the veteran called it quits.
Shaun King, who played for the bucs from 1999 to 2003 after being drafted by Tampa Bay in the second round, told Compare.bet on Monday that while he considers Brady the «most successful quarterback» in the NFL, he is now «a shadow of himself «.
«Let’s be honest, man,» King told the outlet. «Why is everyone beating around the bush? Tom Brady is the most successful quarterback at the professional level we’ve ever seen, and no one in modern football is getting to 10 Super Bowls, and they’re definitely not winning seven. A Despite that, you still have to be honest about who he is now. He’s a shell of himself. Especially when he’s under pressure.»
TOM BRADY GIVES AN EXPLETIVE ANSWER TO A QUESTION ABOUT THE FUTURE
The Bucs won the NFC South despite an inconsistent season, a problem Brady pointed out frequently. His season came to a close in the wild card round after a 31-14 loss to the Dallas Cowboys.
«It happens, man. You get old. You step off the sidewalk and you feel like you jumped off a ten-story building. It happens to everyone. It’s just a part of getting old,» King continued.
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«Yes, in streaks he can still make some passes and, yes, every second or third game he can have a fourth quarter that makes you remember how good he was. But from start to finish, he’s not the same player. Age is undefeated. If you watch Tom Brady play, when he’s under pressure and duress, he’s completely out of control. That’s the reality.»
Brady could potentially sign with another team for next season, but the option to retire and move into the broadcast booth is another real possibility.
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One thing is for sure, Brady has no interest in discussing his options at this point.
«If I had known what I was going to do, I would have done it already,» he said on the «Let’s Go!» show. this week’s podcast.
«I’m taking it one day at a time.»