A year ago at this time, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers knew they were at a quarterback crossroads. With former overall No. 1 Jameis Winston ending his fifth season with the NFL’s first 30-30 season ever (33 touchdown passes and NFL-high 30 interceptions) and the 7-9 Bucs missed the playoffs for the 12th straight season, it was time for a major move. And according to head coach Bruce Arians, once six-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady became available for the first time in his career, it was time for Tampa Bay to shoot in all his chips.
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