No. 1 team Deebo Samuel would love to be traded to: Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Admit it, you knew this was coming.
Who in their right mind would turn down an opportunity to play with quarterback Tom Brady? He’s the greatest of all time at his position. Quarterback Joe Montana could be argued at such, but after 10 Super Bowl appearances and seven overall victories, there’s no longer any speculation on who is the greatest.
Throughout his career, Brady has had some reliable receiving targets. But it’s safe to say he’s never had a threat quite like Deebo Samuel. In fact, Brady has won titles with receivers you might not consider a true No. 1, so having Samuel could surely elevate Brady’s passing game even further.
Brady has nothing left to prove, it’s evident. But after two months of retirement, he decided he still had plenty of football left in him.
What better way to re-energize his career than to give him someone with Samuel’s talent and skill set to work with?
If Samuel truly wants to get away from being an every-position type of player, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers could always use a another viable threat at receiver. Or maybe the thought of playing alongside the future Hall of Famer would be enough to stick it out at “wide back.”
Either way, this combination could be a lot of fun to watch.