Bucs QB coach Clyde Christensen: Tom Brady looks like he’s 25, I think we’ll be better this year

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It doesn’t get much better than winning the Super Bowl, but Buccaneers quarterbacks coach Clyde Christensen thinks the defending champions Buccaneers can be even better this year than they were last year.

Christensen said today that 44-year-old quarterback Tom Brady looks like a 25-year-old with the energy he has on the practice field, and there’s every reason they can be even better on offense in Year Two with Brady than they were in Year One.

“I’m excited about this year. I really think we’re gonna be better,” Christensen said, via Carmen Vitali of Buccaneers.com.

Christensen said Brady’s leadership will guarantee that there’s no complacency within the Buccaneers’ locker room. There’s a lot of confidence emanating from Tampa Bay, with the regular season six days away.

9 responses to “Bucs QB coach Clyde Christensen: Tom Brady looks like he’s 25, I think we’ll be better this year

  1. Will they even make the playoffs? People falsely remember them dominating last year when in reality they were 11-5 and had to win their last three games– ATL-DET-ATL– just to get to that point.

  2. falconsgreat says:
    September 3, 2021 at 12:50 pm

    Will they even make the playoffs?
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    Have you looked at the other teams in their division?

  3. Will they even make the playoffs? People falsely remember them dominating last year when in reality they were 11-5 and had to win their last three games– ATL-DET-ATL– just to get to that point.
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    Then they had to win their last 4 games after those 3 games. They were underachieving and then they gelled.

  4. falconsgreat says:
    September 3, 2021 at 12:50 pm
    Will they even make the playoffs?

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    Who in the division will beat them? Surely not the Falcons

  5. at an age where most QB’s have long been mailing it in or not been out to pasture years ago 12 continues to bring it with the intensity of being a sixth round pick and while the body is sometimes not completely able the eyes n brain have seen it all and continue to shine … so hate em or not just enjoy every remaining game of a career and especially at this position in the modern day NFL will never come by again .. n would it not be something to win back to back lombardis with two seperate teams as who else thinks that would be his most proud record and at his advanced age

  6. Brady had to learn a new offense with new players on the fly. During Covid. They struggled to 7-5, then everyone got on the same page. It’s hard to repeat, but who in the NFC is gonna stop them? Watch out, the legend continues.

  7. Go see him folks– the best player in history is gone after this year. Sure he is mediocre at this point and will be even worse than last year but go see the legend in person. Fans in SoCal, Massachusetts, Philly, Louisiana, DC area, Indiana, Georgia, Carolina, New Jersey all have this one last chance to see him in person.

  8. I’m personally glad that TB is out of the AFC and not playing my team on a regular basis. But……….NEVER underestimate his determination or he will squish you like a bug

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