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I know that talking about Tom Brady’s age is annoying, but I still can’t wrap my head around him being FORTY-FIVE years old. I have aunts and uncles around that age. Do you know what they do? Drink wine, watch Tucker Carlson, and complain about their backs. The guy threw for 5,316 yards last year, and all offseason verified NFL insider’s talked about his camp like a seventh-grade girl gushing over the new boy in science class. Center Ryan Jensen will not start in week one, which is disappointing because we know how much he brings to the table for Tampa Bay, and I also like to debate how many beers he could have in one sitting with my friends. That news aside, the Bucs’ offensive line isn’t deep, but it’s still very, very talented. As for their receiving core, those guys are so good they could catch an STD from a Mormon. Mike Evans, Russell Gage, Julio Jones, and Chris Godwin (possibly) sounds more like a fantasy lineup than a starting depth chart. On defense, the Bucs kissed JPP goodbye and replaced him with another three-word-name guy in Joe Tryon-Shoyinka. They added an older Akiem Hicks, who experts are bullish about because both Tampa and Raymond James Stadium seem to be where older folks thrive. Oh, and almost forgot, they still have the best secondary in the league.

I don’t understand the amount of optimism around the Cowboys. They were a twelve-win team last year that got a lot worse and a year older. Dak Prescott is still the best quarterback in the NFC East, but his offensive line is like a band from the ’90s, selling arenas for their old reputation and not what they are now. Dak also only has one true weapon to throw to in this game. With Michael Gallup still on the IR and Amari Cooper depressed in Cleveland, it doesn’t take a genius to figure out that the Bucs are just going to put all their attention on CeeDee Lamb. I know Micah Parsons is a living legend, but the Cowboys’ run defense last year was weaker than Biden’s border policy… let’s not overthink this. Expect a monster game from Leonard Fournette. Vegas likes the Bucs -2.5, but they will win by more than a touchdown. Take the Bucs to win, cover, and be sure to get your free $200 from DraftKings!

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