“He’s Michael Jordan”- Skip Bayless compares Tom Brady with Michael Jordan ahead of matchup with Aaron Rodgers

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There won’t be many who would be able to achieve what Tom Brady did (if any at all) on the grandest stage of football. Having won 7 Super Bowls and even registered himself as multiple time League MVP – there are no two ways in stating that Gisele Bundchen’s husband is surely the best GOAT contender. 

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August 21, 2021, Tampa, Florida, USA: Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady 12 waves at fans before a pre-season game against the Tennessee Titans at Raymond James Stadium, Saturday, August 21, 2021 in Tampa. Tampa USA – ZUMAs70_ 20210821_zan_s70_035 Copyright: xMarthaxAsencio-Rhinex

And it if this was a strange phenomenon for some, the sports media’s veteran, Skip Bayless has been the first to acknowledge that. Even in the past, Bayless has gone onto compare and applaud both Michael Jordan and Tom Brady as the respective GOATs in their respective league. 

On the same note, now when Tom Brady is looking horns against Aaron Rodgers, once in a lifetime QB – Bayless could not help but state the reasons just why Brady is superior to all. With the Tampa Bay Bucs’ marquee being 3-1 against Aaron Rodgers in head-to-head banters, Skip wants to give no detailed explanation to why Brady is so damn good. 

Skip Bayless gets completely honest on Tom Brady’s Jordan-esque 

Bayless quoted on Undisputed, “The Quarterback position is 40% talent and at least 60% intangibles. It’s your leadership and it’s your ability to perform when the pressure is the highest. I can’t really explain Brady, because he is Michael Jordan in a package – in a bizarre package.” 

That being said, Tom Brady and his Tamp Bay are chasing their first 3-0 start in a regular season for the first time in 17 years. Given that both – Bucs and Green Bay Packers are looking to overcome their offensive voids, this could be an interesting battle on the defensive end. 

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TAMPA, FLORIDA – FEBRUARY 07: Tom Brady #12 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers hoists the Vince Lombardi Trophy after winning Super Bowl LV at Raymond James Stadium on February 07, 2021 in Tampa, Florida. The Buccaneers defeated the Chiefs 31-9. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

However, the NFL is known to produce some of the most outlandish results in the regular season. So, will we witness one again when these two teams lock horns, on this weekend? Do let us know in the comments down upon your pick between Tom Brady and reigning MVP – Aaron Rodgers. 

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