NFL 2020 Player Props For Tom Brady
The biggest offseason story coming off 2019 was Tom Brady’s departure from New England. Combined with head coach Bill Belichick, the future Hall of Fame quarterback turned the Patriots into a NFL dynasty.
He has moved on to Tampa Bay and the media spotlight has followed him. He has single-handedly turned the Tampa Bay Buccaneers into a Super Bowl contender instead of an also ran. According to the NFL futures at MyBookie online sportsbook, Tampa Bay (+850) has the third-best odds to win it all.
Discover The NFL 2020 Player Props For Tom Brady
Brady has already won six NFL titles during his extended stay in New England. You already know the motivation for a seventh ring is as high as it gets.
MyBookie has also posted a few player performance props for Brady this season. They cover:
- Total Passing Yards (4225.5): OVER -130 UNDER -110
- The Total Passing Touchdowns (29.5): OVER -130 UNDER -110
- Total Interceptions (10.5): OVER +105 UNDER -145
As the starting quarterback for the Patriots, it was often a total team effort. Brady ran up some pretty impressive individual stats. Yet, a balanced attack that could score points was the primary goal.
In Tampa Bay, it could be all about Brady’s ability to still air things out. At the age of 43, concerns about gas left in the tank will always arise. However, he is coming into an offensive system designed to produce big numbers in the passing game.
Last season with Jameis Winston under center, the Buccaneers were ranked No. 1 in the NFL in total passing yards. They were ranked third in scoring with 28.6 points per game. Chris Godwin led the team in receiving yards (1,333) and receiving touchdowns (9).
Mike Evans was next on the list. He caught 67 passes for 1,157 yards and eight scores. All told, Tampa Bay had six players on the roster with at least 300 receiving yards on the year. The passing game averaged 302.8 yards per game. It also accounted for 33 of the team’s 48 touchdowns last season.
It is safe to say that the table is set for Brady throwing the ball. His best seasons doing the same thing in New England where a few years back. However, in recent campaigns, he did not have nearly the level of talent surrounding him in Tampa Bay.
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Last Season, he started all 16 games for the Patriots. He ended the year with 4,057 passing yards and 24 touchdown throws. He was also picked off eight times.
The last time Brady threw for fewer than 4,000 yards was in 2016 when he missed four games. Going OVER 4225.5 yards this season appears to be a solid bet with Godwin and Evans his top two targets.
He has only topped 29 touchdown throws once in his last four seasons. This prop may be too close to call.
One of the big reasons why Tampa Bay moved away from Winston was turnovers. Brady has thrown for fewer than 11 interceptions five times in his last six seasons. The UNDER looks pretty good in that prop.