Brady is 6-0 against the Cowboys in his Hall of Fame career that spans more than two decades, but it very well could have been a 5-1 if not for a controversial non-call on DPI and missed field goals by Greg Zuerlein (tell me where you have heard that before) in the 2021 season opener.
As we all know, all that matters are what ends up in the win and loss column. As the 2022 season gets underway, Dallas will again have a chance to give Brady his first loss against them.
This game doesn't even happen if Brady didn't retire and then un-retire. Did anyone really think he was going to walk away at the end of last season though?
Like the Cowboys, Tampa has had some odd changes during the off-season. Bruce Arians have transitioned from head coach to the front office as Todd Bowles took over as the head coach. Ndamukong Suh is now gone, which makes one less guy the offensive line worries about when trying to keep Dak Prescott upright.
The Cowboys' first three games are not easy, but it would be huge to sneak out a win against Brady and the Bucs in week one. I know every single fan is going to say Dallas has no chance. They said the same thing last season, and Dallas went toe to toe with them in Tampa.
I think this game will go the same way and come down to the fourth quarter, and whoever has the ball last might win this game.