July 5, 2022

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“If he doesn’t get it, it’s a hoax!”

"If he doesn't get it, it's a hoax!"

With the NFL regular season coming to an end, some believe quarterback Aaron Rodgers will win the MVP title, but Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians has not agreed and is campaigning in favor of his replacement Tom Brady instead.

Despite being successful for 44 years, he is true to himself on the field despite leading his team to a 13-4 record and first place in the Southern Division of the National Association. In addition, “Bucks” topped their category for the first time since 2007. According to statistics, Brady should not be ashamed of his statistics: he managed 67.5% of his passes and collected 5316 yards as well as 43 aerial touchdowns. , While making 12 interruptions.

For his part, Rodgers allowed the Green Bay Packers to end up passing to the second round playoffs at National. He hit 68.9% of the target in his throw, totaling 4,115 yards, 37 majors and four interceptions. The Arians, however, do not care about this record. To him, the picture is clear.

“If he’s not getting it, it’s a hoax,” Brady told a news conference on Monday about the possibility of pocketing the fourth MVP of his career. He has the most passes completed in his life, he has 5,000 yards and has touchdowns. […] For me, the race is not even close. ”

The hub of the Florida Squad should be maintained in 2021 at one time or another without many key elements. Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, Antonio Brown, Rob Gronkowski and running back Leonard Fournet all missed at least one game due to injury.

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Tampa Bay will host the Philadelphia Eagles to begin the playoffs on Sunday afternoon.