On Thursday, the National Football League released its schedule and it showed the Tampa Bay Bucs with Tom Brady at QB had five primetime games as opposed to the one primetime game they had in 2019.
Gary Gorski, who is the CEO and founder of Wolverine Studios, runs a realistic sports simulation site and he recently ran 100 simulations of the season with the new-look Buccaneers and the results were not exactly great.
Via Wolverine Studios:
“The average record for the Buccaneers in the Wolverine Studios simulations was 9-7. That is two games better than the 7-9 record of last season, but surely not what Tampa Bay is expecting this season. The simulation had Tampa Bay making the playoffs 32 percent of the time and winning the NFC South 16 percent of the time. The Bucs won the championship once in 100 simulations.
Brady’s simulated stats? He averaged 4,315 yards, 28 touchdowns and 13 interceptions in the Wolverine Studios simulation. That would be great for a 43-year-old quarterback, but apparently it wouldn’t result in a phenomenal season for the Bucs.”
Gorski and Wolverine Studios also simulated what the 2019 season would have looked like if Brady was under center and the results came out with a record of 8-8. The actual team went 7-9.
Simulations really don’t matter as the team still has to go out there play the games on the field.
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