When the Tampa Bay Bucs signed tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski and a host of other players, a 7-5 record is not what they envisioned during the 2020 season.
This team looks less like a Super Bowl contender and even worse as a team that could miss the playoffs altogether. The team has been so bad the last few games, that you almost forget that Antonio Brown is even on this team. Seriously, he is there somewhere.
If Tom Brady is playing badly to you through twelve games, it’s because he is, and it ‘s actually worse than you think.
The Tampa Bay Times crunched some numbers and it showed Tom Brady is doing terribly statistically under head coach Bruce Arians.
With the assistance of Pro-Football-Reference.com, we’ve listed several of the more eyebrow-raising numbers involving Brady entering the regular season’s final quarter. The Bucs (7-5) currently own the No. 6 playoff seed in the NFC.
Brady’s multi-interception games in the last four contests
Total number of Brady multi-interception games from 2016-2019
Brady’s intended air yards per pass attempt (whether complete or incomplete) in 2019
Brady’s intended air yards per pass attempt in 2020, which is tied for third in the NFL
Sacks taken by Brady. Only four quarterbacks who have started at least 10 games have taken fewer
Times Brady was hit while passing during the 2019 season
Times Brady has been hit while passing this year, which ranks third in the NFL
Percentage of time the Bucs run on offense, which ranks 28th in the league
Brady’s completion percentage, which ranks 24th among NFL quarterbacks with at least 150 attempts
Play-action pass attempts by Brady, tied for 14th in the league
“Bad throws” this season by Brady (per Pro Football Reference), which leads the NFL
Brady’s quarterback rating, currently 15th in the NFL