NFL Power Rankings: Broncos stock falling badly into crucial Week 6
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2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Newsflash: the Bucs are still really good. Tom Brady is an MVP candidate, as Tampa has the best offense in the league.
Frankly, they don’t have a single hole on offense, and there’s no reason to believe they are going to slow down.
However, one thing that does concern me is their defense. They are allowing 24 points per game, which is much worse than last year, but their offense looks better than it did in 2020, which is almost hard to believe.
The Buccaneers will probably make the Super Bowl for the second straight year, to the surprise of no one.
Tom Brady is on pace to throw for 48 touchdowns this year, and their offensive line has done a phenomenal job of protecting the 58-year-old quarterback.