Chris Broussard: “Tom Brady had a career-high in completions in downfield throws; that’s 20+ Air Yards that the ball traveled – 34 of them. He threw for 4,633 yards, his most since 2015. He had 40 touchdowns, his most since 2007. Over the last 7 weeks of the season, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers averaged 34.6 points per game, number one in the NFL…”
Rob Parker: “You done with that fluff stuff? Let’s talk about the teams he’s played to compile those numbers… Against the ALSO-RANS like Atlanta, Detroit, and Washington he’s a ‘Stat-Padford’. Tom Brady’s season was so ‘great’, that Kyler Murray, whose team didn’t even make the playoffs, was a Pro Bowl quarterback over Tom Brady. THAT’S HOW FRAUDULENT THEY WERE, BECAUSE THEY DIDN’T MATTER. IF HE WAS SO GOOD, THEN WHY DIDN’T HE MAKE THE PRO BOWL?? He’s not playing the also-rans on Sunday, he’s playing the New Orleans Saints who have owned Tom Brady. This year vs. the Saints he had 60.8% completions, a whopping 6.1 yard per pass, two touchdowns, 5 interceptions, a passer rating of 58.8, and was sacked 6 times. ALL of his numbers were against the OTHER teams. His record against teams over .500 was 1-5. Go ahead and inflate all of these inflated ‘Stat-Padford’ numbers, beat your chest, and tell everyone how ‘great ‘Tom Brady has been playing. He AIN’T playing like that against the Saints and that defense.” (Full Video Above)
Listen to Rob Parker push back on the narrative that Tom Brady had a ‘renaissance’ season in 2020, as Parker says Brady’s ‘Stat-Padford’ numbers came against the dregs of the NFL.
Brady finished tied for 2nd in the NFL in touchdowns, 3rd in passing yards, and 9th in QBR on the season, but Brady’s Bucs went just 1-5 against teams with a winning record, and he was bludgeoned twice by New Orleans, including a 38-3 execution at home in early November where he posted a 5.9 QBR with 3 INTs and no touchdowns.
Check out the video above as Parker rants why he’s sick of the Brady defenders pounding their chests this week going into a Divisional Round game Parker says the Bucs won’t be winning.