Where Bucs Land On Colin Cowherd’s NFL Power Rankings After Tom Brady Addition


The Tampa Bay Buccaneers haven’t reached the postseason since 2007.

Colin Cowherd sees this playoff drought coming to a halt in the upcoming campaign.

The Buccaneers, who flirted with a postseason berth in 2019, despite wildly inconsistent play from Jameis Winston, made a significant upgrade at the quarterback position in the form of Tom Brady. While Brady is past his prime, the six-time Super Bowl champion seemingly will never lose you a game unlike Winston, who has a propensity for committing costly errors in critical moments.

So with Brady now aboard, Cowherd envisions a bright future ahead for the Bucs, whom “The Herd” host tabbed at No. 8 in his post-free agency NFL power rankings.

“Listen, they were 7-9 (last season) with 35 turnovers at the quarterback position,” Cowherd said. “(Teddy) Bridgewater or Brady, they’re going to be better. Excellent defense down the stretch with Todd Bowles, I think one of the smartest defensive coordinators out there. I think Tampa ends up being a Wild Card team next year.”

It’s not very tough to imagine Tampa Bay playing football in January, but Brady knows better than most that it will be far from a cakewalk to get there.

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