Max Kellerman Believes This QB To Be Replacement For Tom Brady
March 20, 2020
Quarterback Tom Brady is officially a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He left the New England Patriots after two decades. Head coach Bill Belichick and team owner Robert Kraft did their best to keep Brady on the roster. Unfortunately, their plan didn’t work. Brady decided to go somewhere else, and the Patriots will have to find a replacement for him. Will Belichick be able to replace TB12? He is the greatest of all time. It’s impossible to replace the GOAT.
The Patriots nation is waiting for the replacement of TB12. Players like Andy Dalton and Carolina Panthers have been mentioned as a possible replacement. None of these players will fill the void Brady left behind. ESPN’s Max Kellerman has an idea. Who will replace TB12 on the Patriots roster?
“I wonder if (Matthew) Stafford’s available still,” Kellerman said on “Get Up!” on Thursday. “Because Detroit won three games. People can say whatever they want about, ‘well Detroit really wants to win this year.’ They always seem to want to win. Stafford has elite talent but has underachieved compared to his elite talent, at least in terms of playoff success. And he is the most talented guy who could maybe be available.”
The Patriots need a replacement for Brady
Stafford may be on the trading block for the Detroit Lions in hopes of playing with a winning team. Belichick may contact Lions coach and former Patriots defensive coordinator Matt Patricia may give him a hand in that one.
Belichick will have to make a bold move this offseason. He needs a strong player to lead the team to another Super Bowl. Brady helped the Patriots win six Super Bowls. Now he is playing with another team. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers aren’t considered contenders. However, Brady will give them the much-needed championship pedigree. Let’s see what happens by the end of the offseason.
Brady is a Buccaneer now.
He has officially signed a contract with the team. The quarterback took to his
Instagram to share a pic of him and his new contract. The Patriots honored him
with a huge billboard. But, team owner Robert Kraft made a few confusing comments.