Colts-This team has been thrown around a lot during the last few weeks or so. The Colts are in the market for a rookie quarterback, and they need another guy to be the bridge. Jacoby Brissett isn’t cutting it, and the Colts still want to win going forward. Tom Brady is 42, but still has some respectable arm talent, and I’m sure GM Chris Ballard would be more than happy to supply Brady with an improved arsenal of receivers on the outside.
Raiders-Wouldn’t this be something? The Raiders are moving to Las Vegas next season and their current starter, Derek Carr, isn’t winning over this current regime. Enter Tom Brady. Brady starting for the first year Las Vegas Raiders would be a headliner on crack. This would sell immediately in Vegas, and send shock waves across the entire league. Do I want to see it? Possibly. Is my interest in this scenario a little out of control? Maybe. Either way, this would put loads of eyes on the Raiders. I’m pretty sure the league would loveeeeee that.
Chargers-The Chargers are in a bit of trouble right now. Phillip Rivers is suffering from the curse known as father time, the offense as a whole continues to have its struggles, and the inability to win close games has reared its ugly head once again. They’ll be in the market for a rookie quarterback as well, but like the Colts, they might be in the need of a bridge as well.
Patriots-You seriously thought I was going to get through this without mentioning the Patriots? If anything, this is the more likely landing spot. This is the only team Brady has played for, he’s built a legacy that’s damn near insurmountable to match, and Bill Belichick isn’t leaving coaching anytime soon. The Patriots could logically retain Josh McDaniels, and acquire much better outside receiving talent. I expect Brady to return to the Patriots, and gear up for maybe one last run. Who knows though, this league and it’s offseason has turned into something else.