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I want predictions...i am going to say 39
Somewhere between zero and 50.
None. He is so upset about his contract that he is going to sit out and wait for a team to move LA in a few years before he plays again. He will then break every passing record he set in 2007. Michael Silver said so.
I see Brady throwing somewhere between 30-40 td's with improved red zone efficiency.
but seriously i think between 30-40
"How many TD's does Brady throw this year?"
ONE MILLION TOUCHDOWNS
With our RBs? 43.
If Hernandez and Gronk produce, their red zone efficiency will go up tremendously. With that said, I see Brady throwing over 30 TD's given the potential upgrades at WR and TE. Lastly, I really like Holt and could be the chain mover ala Gaffney in '07. In fact, Holt is a better route runner than Gaffney. This was a signing I wanted last off-season. I hope Holt has something left in the tank.
That's a good point. The Pats lose patience if a RB get stoned or fumbles. Get ready to see a spread offense at their opponents 5 yard line. However, expect to see lots of Gronk at the line and Hernandez lined up in the slot.
52. Or more. He sets a record that stands for decades.
For what team?
I'm more interested in how many TD's he throws to Randy Moss on Revis Island . I say 3.
34 TD passes this year. I think he gets hurt a little at the beginning of the year adjusting to life without Welker, but then hits his stride with the young guys and plays out the final 12-14 games at a 40 TD pace.
The odds don't favor your prediction.
How many TD's will Brady throw for another team in 2011? That would be a much more interesting discussion.
How about the team he's practicing with today.
9 to Moss
Remember when Brady had weapons?
I'd have to guess 34.
31 with 11 to Randy.
I think we'll have 3 tight ends with 4+ TDs each.
With Welker catching 8, and Moss at 17, that means we only need 3 other TDs from everyone else to break 40.
The odds also favor Sachez throwing more Ints then TDs this year.
I say Brady throws 32 this year.
Its easily doable for him to throw 28 TDs again but to win more games, as long as he doesn't have a stat-padding game like against Tennessee. If he throws 32 TDs, then we have a 12-14 win season.*
*Assumes team isn't decimated by injuries.
21-24 - wildcard/early exit (team has poor offense)
25-30 - super bowl contenders
31-35 - AFCCG +/- (team has poor running game,unbalanced attack)
28-32. I don't see anything like 2007 happening again, but he'll have a very good total.
My guess: 39
I don't predict anything quite like 2007, but I do predict a very good year. A much improved defense and a vastly improved punting game will put Brady, with his vast array of diverse weapons, in excellent position to remain balanced on offense. Brady will have over 40 TDs, and our 3 TEs will earn a well known nickname.
I'll go with 45, too many receiving weapons to cover, Brady will spread the wealth.
Tom Brady had a great 2007 season, but that season will never happen again. It was a perfect confluence of extra motivation after Video Witch Hunt, with brand new WR toys, with an innovative offense nobody had seen before.
Tom Brady has always been extremely consistent with the 28TD's and about 13 INT's every year. This year will be no different. This team will will win championships with elite defense, and timely offense, not by putting everything on Brady's shoulders.
Realistically, I see Brady throwing somewhere between 29-34 TD passes this season. I like the depth of our receiving corps and he should also have Welker at his disposal at some point in the season. This, too, assumes that Brady improves over 2009 himself.
I think we're all obviously biased and we can't get away from it, but I think we have to assume Brady will be better. He did great last year with limited options and just a year removed from a serious knee injury. Adding another year away from the injury and more options at his disposal, in theory he should surpass last year barring any major injuries.
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