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Fantasy Football: Should you fade Tom Brady in 2022 drafts?

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This headline is a little crazy, right? The disappearance of GOAT in the 2022 football drafts is not an easy pill to swallow.

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After all, Tom Brady just a year later another A Super Bowl win, and last season he had over 5,000 passing yards (a league-leading total) as well as a 43:12 TD:INT ratio (and two other rushes). One brief announcement of resignation later, which lasted until… well, one of Rob Gronkowskiretiring and we’ll get another Brady season with the Bucks.

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He’ll be ready to take the league by storm again, but could 2022, when he turns 45, be the year Brady finally loses to Father Time?

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Fantasy Analyst Liz Loza as well as NFL analyst Frank Schwab discuss it in the video above.

Will Tom Brady trip in 2022?

It’s hard to get sick – to fade – Tom Brady. He just continues to deceive expectations, win, put up unrealistic numbers.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (12) is a fantastic mystery this year.
Will Tom Brady become a fantasy star in 2022? (Photo by Cliff Welch/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

But in 2022, a lot is working against him, besides his advanced age and declining physical strength.

Firstly, he has just lost one of his finest weapons – perhaps the best weapon of his life – to the aforementioned Gronk, who has announced his retirement (will what last? Who knows). He will already be without his other main weapon in Chris Godwinwho will miss the first few weeks of the season as he recovers from a season-ending ACL injury.

Brady also lost Bruce Arians, who retired from coaching. It is difficult to quantify what impact this will have on the pitch.

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He still has Mike Evans as well as Leonard Furnett and adding Russell Gageso the closet is not empty. But, and this is the question needs one has to ask: how much will Brady invest this year? Obviously, there is nothing more to prove.

Should fantasy managers trust him when he’s obviously thinking about a life after football? Watch the video above for a more detailed analysis of this.




Source: sports.yahoo.com

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