He has completed 70 passes out of 94 attempts for 656 yards, four touchdowns, and zero interceptions.
He looks like the Tom Brady of old, not the old Tom Brady.
Unfortunately, the Buccaneers lost both games to the Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs, respectively.
Those defeats put them at 2-2, giving them a share of first place with the Atlanta Falcons.
But while the increased production is impressive, throwing 94 passes can take a toll on the 45-year-old quarterback’s shoulder.
Luckily for Buccaneers fans, the seven-time Super Bowl champion declared that he feels fine.
On Tom Brady's weekly "Let's Go" podcast, @JimGrayOfficial asks the GOAT about his shoulder: "My shoulder's doing OK, just some bumps and bruises. … I'm sure I'll be fine in the end. Thank God for Alex (Guerrero), who's always taken care of me." #Bucs
— Joey Knight (@TBTimes_Bulls) October 3, 2022
Tampa Bay Times reporter Joey Knight tweeted, “On Tom Brady’s weekly “Let’s Go” podcast, @JimGrayOfficial asks the GOAT about his shoulder: ‘My shoulder’s doing OK, just some bumps and bruises. … I’m sure I’ll be fine in the end. Thank God for Alex (Guerrero), who’s always taken care of me.’ #Bucs”
Alex Guerrero is an alternative medicine practitioner and alkaline diet advocate.
He is also involved in Brady’s TB12 Sports.
Given his current production, Brady will not match the 5,316 yards and 43 touchdowns he had last season.
Still, the Buccaneers are in a good position because the New Orleans Saints and the Carolina Panthers are experiencing slumps.
Buccaneers Getting The Band Together
Despite their loss to the Chiefs, the Buccaneers showed signs of increased offensive production after scoring 31 points.
They’ve only scored 51 points in their first three games, including 20 in their win against the Saints.
The tenacity of Tampa Bay’s defense helps their offense to take it easy and score enough points that will put them over.