Writing off the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after the 2022 NFL season was easy.
Tom Brady has retired for good, leaving them with Baker Mayfield and Kyle Trask on their quarterback depth chart.
While Mayfield, the eventual starter, has a playoff victory under his belt, it was nothing compared to what Brady had accomplished throughout his 23-season career.
But surprisingly, the Buccaneers have won their first two games, defeating the Minnesota Vikings and the Chicago Bears.
Who would have thought the team would remain undefeated after Week 2?
Yet, as impressive as the Buccaneers are to start their 2023 campaign, Chris Broussard gives them no chance of defeating the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 3.
“I refuse to even consider it. I don’t spend my time. I don’t waste my energy on foolishness. He’s got no chance,” Broussard shared with Nick Wright and Kevin Wildes in FS1’s First Things First.
.@Chris_Broussard is not giving Baker, aka the Bake Show, ANY chance to beat the Eagles in Week 3
"I refuse to even consider it. I don't spend my time, I don't waste my energy on foolishness. He's got no chance." pic.twitter.com/siPNyPWUjO
— First Things First (@FTFonFS1) September 20, 2023
While both teams are 2-0, the Buccaneers-Eagles matchup is shaping up to be an intriguing scenario.
The Eagles are the defending NFC Champions and have enviable depth on both sides of the ball.
However, Jalen Hurts has not been playing like a five-year, $255 million dollar quarterback.
Aside from the Buccaneers’ terrific defense, Mike Evans is also having a great season.
Therefore, the Buccaneers could have a small shot at victory, though Broussard refuses to consider it.NEXT: Analyst Names The Best Thing About Baker Mayfield