Tampa Bay Buccaneers Could Replace Tom Brady With Baker Mayfield

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Could Replace Tom Brady With Baker Mayfield - originally posted on Sportslens.com

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have an obvious opening at the quarterback position heading into self-ruling agency, and it squint as though Baker Mayfield could be in the cards to be the franchise’s next signal caller.

Whoever comes in and mans the position will not only have some serious shoes to fill, he’ll moreover have work to do to get the offense when into form. It wasn’t the same Tom Brady we were used to in 2022, but he wasn’t terrible. In fact, he had one of the largest statistical seasons of his career, leading the league in passing attempts while throwing nine interceptions, three fewer than the season prior.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Have Reported Interest In Baker Mayfield

Baker Mayfield

But Tampa Bay struggled, and qualified for the playoffs due in very large part to stuff members of the NFC South, one of the weakest divisions in football. It may not have shown in the stats, but it wasn’t the same high-powered Brady that we have been yawner to seeing.

His retirement doesn’t come as a huge surprise, given his age and happenings in his personal life. It does, however, create an issue for the Buccaneers and which direction they go at the most important position in the game. Their typhoon resources are limited, as they hold the 19th overall pick in a typhoon that is top-heavy in quarterback talent.

But self-ruling organ is an option, and there are reports that Tampa Bay has their eye on one player in particular. Ian Rapoport reported on Sunday that the Bucs would be looking to target Baker Mayfield in self-ruling agency, and that he would compete with former second-round pick Kyle Trask for the starting job.

Mayfield spent time with both the Panthers and Rams last season, without spending the first four years of his career in Cleveland. He struggled in Carolina and sooner fell out of favor, but had one magical moment with the Rams on a Thursday night, which felt like proof that he still had some juice left in the tank.

The Rams went just 1-3 the rest of the way with Mayfield under center, but his performance was theoretically unbearable to garner some interest on the self-ruling wage-earner market this off-season. And if reports are true, he could be filling in for the greatest of all time.

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