Tom Brady could very well be leaving New England this offseason, and the Tennessee Titans could get to the Super Bowl with Brady at quarterback.
With the Tennessee Titans season now over, it’s time for free agency and draft predictions and hot takes. With that, comes Stephen A. Smith and his prediction with Tom Brady‘s potential landing spot in 2020.
It has been rumored that Brady has played his last season with the Patriots, which means he could be going to another team, and the Titans could be on his shortlist.
ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith believes that Brady would be a good fit in Nashville, and I agree. The Titans have a very capable team, and Brady could be the final puzzle piece for a Titans Super Bowl.
Ryan Tannehill was able to lead the Titans to a 7-3 record in his ten games he started with the Titans and took the Titans to the AFC Championship. This is the same quarterback that the Miami Dolphins got rid of because he wasn’t good enough.
If Tannehill, who, and don’t get me wrong, he had an amazing season, can get the Titans to the AFC Championship, then with the pieces the Titans have on offense, Brady can win a Super Bowl with the Titans.
Stephen A. Smith is convinced that Brady is also on his way to Nashville, and I think that would be a great retirement spot for the greatest quarterback of all-time.
"“I’m here to tell you something right now, it’s Tennessee,” he said. “The Tennessee Titans, the team that lost in the AFC Championship Game last year, is where Tom Brady should go.”"
Brady will be 42-years-old at the start of the 2020 season, so it’s a toss-up if he has one more great season left in him.
If Derrick Henry can contribute the same way he did for most of this season, then he will make Brady’s job much easier.
Brady will also have more weapons at receiver than he did in New England this past season. If Nashville is a serious landing spot, then I think Titans fans could be in for a treat if Brady is a Titan in 2020.