Tom Brady's Father Weighs in on QB's Decision to Leave Patriots and Sign With Buccaneers

Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Tom Brady
Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Tom Brady / Don Juan Moore/Getty Images

Tom Brady is as synonymous with the New England Patriots as any one NFL player is with a particular franchise. After 20 years and six championships, it makes sense that he would be. But all of that success didn't stop him from bolting for the aqua blue water of Tampa Bay this offseason.

Tom Brady Sr. seems to think his son made the perfect move swapping Foxborough for Florida, as he thinks the quarterback be "reinvigorated" after a "boring" last few years in New England.

"Now that he's moved on, it is kind of fun," Brady Sr. said. "We get to see some different sides of the world. We don't get down to Florida very often and down to that area...I think he is going to be a little bit reinvigorated because after 20 years things get a touch more boring."

He'll certainly look more reinvigorated on the football field because playing with Mike Evans and Chris Godwin in Arians' chuck it deep offense has to be a tad more fun than checking it down to running backs for Josh McDaniels.

Brady's departure seemed almost unthinkable when it was first mentioned. It seemed almost impossible that he would even consider leaving after two decades at the helm in New England. Somehow, Brady actually went through with it, and he'll play at least the next two years of his career for Arians' Buccaneers instead of Bill Belichick's project in New England.