With addition of Brown, Buccaneers now have all ingredients for Super Bowl run

Jamin Runja, Staff Writer

Antonio Brown running the ball against the Browns. (Brook War via Flickr, cc)

 

Everyone, including me, thought that Antonio Brown would be going to the Seattle Seahawks. Instead, Antonio Brown took a one-year deal to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He will be joining Tom Brady, a six-time Super Bowl Champion. Tom Brady has been a bit rusty compared to himself in his prime. He is on a new team with different wide receivers and now the newest addition, Antonio Brown.

The Buccaneers are 4-2 in this season so far. Tom Brady has Batman’s utility belt at this point with Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, Rob Gronkowski, Leonard Fournette, and Antonio Brown. If Bruce Arians can step up and use everyone to the fullest, they will no doubt make it to the Super Bowl. The fact that a team like this is possible is scary.

If the Buccaneers can get some team chemistry going, I see a champion’s team in the making. The last time Tom Brady and Antonio Brown were together was in 2018. So they do have some experience with each other. Buccaneers fans should be cheering their heads off at this point because their team has the Super Bowl in their fingers.

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