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Super Bowl 2022 Update: Brady’s surgically-repaired knee seems fine; Tyrod Taylor to serve as interim Texans QB
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Super Bowl 2022 Update: Brady’s surgically-repaired knee seems fine; Tyrod Taylor to serve as interim Texans QB – With the new season of the National Football League nears its kickoff, all 32 teams are intensely preparing to dethrone the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and take home the illustrious Super Bowl title. Every week, we will be featuring key players and teams and their preparations for your guide on which team could be the best choice for Super Bowl betting 2022. Let’s start with the greatest of all time and his health going into the new season. The other story tells about the continuous saga of a Texas-based team who decided to use a former sixth-round draft pick that previously played for the Super Bowl XLVII champions Baltimore Ravens.
Brady is ‘ready’ for the Super Bowl 2022 Season
Tampa Bay’s quarterback Tom Brady is all but ready for the 2021-22 NFL season as his surgically-repaired knee looks fine. Brady revealed that he played last season with a torn medial collateral ligament that required immediate surgery. Brady said that he is ready to help the Buccaneers defend the NFL title. He is practicing without the black sleeve he has worn since tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee in 2008. Brady said that his trainer helped him deal with the injury in his first season with Tampa Bay. During this season, the sixth-round pick out of Michigan threw for 40 touchdowns and 4,633 yards. That helped the Bucs win their last eight games. Brady and his team will try to duplicate the back-to-back Super Bowl titles that he won with the New England Patriots in 2003 and 2004. As of the moment, he has not felt any lingering issues with his knee as he prepares for the next stage of training camp.
Texans promote Tyrod Taylor as QB amid Watson situation
Seems like the Houston Texans are moving despite the current situation surrounding Deshaun Watson. Veteran quarterback Tyrod Taylor has been running the offense and is becoming the team’s leader during training camp. Even though the front office is leaving everything open in the quarterback position, it seems like Taylor is far ahead.
Watson led the NFL in yards passing last season and signed a four-year extension with Houston last offseason. He requested a trade in January after the Texans slipped to 4-12 last season. Months later, Watson was met with 22 sexual harassment lawsuits. The league and the authorities are investigating the accusations, but no charges have been filed. He reported to camp to escape the league fine. Also, he was on the field for Houston’s first three practices but has performed individually. As for Taylor, he has shared duties with fellow QBs Mills and Driskel in taking snaps during team drills. Current Texans coach David Culley has high praises on Taylor. The veteran signal-caller joined Houston a year after playing for the Los Angeles Chargers. He is ready to serve as the main quarterback for Houston if Watson will not be available or dealt.
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