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From Pats To Bucs: Tom Brady Looks Ready For 4th Super Bowl MVP Prize

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Tom Brady’s futures market in the NFL betting today looks great after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers had made it to the finals. It’s been a decade since the NFL community saw the Bucs pirating every play they make. Then, they made an impressive win streak in the postseason facing the defending champions, the Chiefs, in the weekend.

After Brady decided to leave the New England Patriots in the AFC, he surprisingly signed a contract with the Bucs. That said, he got many freebies, such as being the starting quarterback and a chance to redeem himself from a tough loss last season. Apart from that, he got reunited with his former teammate Rob Gronkowski.

Not only are the Tampa Buccaneers vying for the Super Bowl LV title, but Tom Brady is also hoping to gain the MVP recognition. Brady has been getting the award for the past years and only stopped receiving it in the last season. Will Tom Brady get the chance to earn the MVP Super Bowl betting odds and win the award this weekend?

A Veteran Player

Tom Brady had started his career in 2000 as a quarterback for the New England Patriots. This was his home for 19 years after deciding to transfer to the Bucs’ hometown last season. During his stay with the Pats, Brady has honed his skills of becoming an elite quarterback.

As one of the professional football players noted for the longevity of service, the Brady era is still reigning today as he joined the Bucs. Although it wasn’t a strong playoff season for the Bucs, they bounced back during the Wildcard Week. Brady did his homework of producing a winning streak during the postseason until earning the ticket to the finals.

Impressive Career Resume

At 41, there are many reasons why Brady still deserved the Super Bowl MVP Award. During his early years with the Pats, Brady won the NFL 2000’s All-Decade Team. Also, he won several recognitions like NFL Completion Percentage Leader in 2007, 3X NFL Passing Yards Leader in 2005, 2007, and 2017, and 2X Passer Rating in 2007 to 2010,

Moreover, Tom Brady has won six Super Bowl titles during his stay with the New England Patriots. He was also awarded as the 14X Pro Bowler, NFL Comeback Player of the Year, 2X Offensive Player of the Year, and a 4X NFL Passing Touchdowns Leader. Brady had also accomplished three MVP Awards and might earn his fourth one this weekend.

Unmatched NFL Career Statistics

For a player to win the MVP award, he should not only display a good leadership attitude. He must earn unmatched scoring statistics from the beginning until the end of the season. This is what Tom Brady had done after he started working for the Bucs. During the playoffs, they won the majority of the NFC games, which led them to clinch the Wildcard Week slate.

Looking into his 2020 scorecard with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Brady garnered 10,598 passing attempts with 6,778 passing completions, which gives him 64.0% of passing completions. Also, he got a 97.3 passer rating after making 79,204 passing yards. Lastly, Brady accomplished 25 rushing touchdowns in 1,034 rushing yards.

Great Core Connection

Another quality of a deserving MVP recipient is creating an excellent connection to his core players. It’s no surprise that Tom Brady has been making the same achievements since he started his career as he can adjust immediately to the different kinds of players he’s working with. The existing Bucs’ players have soared high after Brady entered the scene.

The efficiency of Mike Evans and Chris Godwin have dominated this year against other players because of Brady’s leadership. Not only that, Brady is working with his favorite go-to player, Rob Gronkowski. These two players did the same gameplay by the time they stayed with the Pats and upgraded more upon joining the Bucs.

Award Synchronization

It may sound mysterious, but the 2020 MVP Award is hopeful for Brady. If this happens, he wins all the trophies with a three-year gap. The first time he earned this accomplishment was in 2007, then in 2010 and 2017 to 2020.

The only thing that Tom Brady will do in the finals is to showcase what he does best in the field. Besides that, he should unleash his veteran experience to upset the Chiefs in their hopes to get the Super Bowl title twice in a row.

Takeaway

The chance to earn the Super Bowl MVP award knocks only once per season. Although all teams hustle hard to win the championship trophy, an MVP seals the real skills of an NFL player. As Tom Brady gets the chance to appear again on the Super Bowl finals stage playing for the Bucs, can he merit the Super Bowl LV award for the fourth time?

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