TAMPA â?? Here comes the Lord of the Rings. Here comes Captain Comeback. Here comes Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
His first regular-season visit to Raymond James Stadium will be Oct. 5 for a Thursday night nationally televised game against the Bucs on CBS.
Brady is Leonardo DiCaprio with a chinstrap. Model wife. Drives a Brink’s truck. He has won five Super Bowls, more than any other quarterback in history. FBI agents deliver his shirts.
Brady provided the sports performance of the year by engineering the greatest comeback in an NFL title game, overcoming a 28-3 deficit against the Falcons to win Super Bowl LI 34-28 in overtime.
In August, Brady will be 40. He looks 30. Plans to play until he is 50.
But Brady isn’t the only face on Mount Passmore that appears on the Bucs’ 2017 schedule, released Thursday.
When Bucs quarterback Jameis Winston entered the NFL in 2015, he said he wanted to be compared to the greats of the game. He will get his wish â?? all in one season.
Here comes Eli Manning, younger brother of Peyton, who will lead the Giants into Tampa Bay on …
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