Not even Michael Jordan can match Tom Brady’s ‘clutchness’ – analyst Skip Bayless

In the latest episode of Undisputed on Fox Sports, hosts Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe examined the question of who is the strongest link between Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady and retired basketball legend Michael Jordan Although Brady and Jordan play different sports, they do have a few things in common. Both have six championship rings – Brady has six Super Bowl rings with the New england patriots while Jordan has won as many NBA titles with the Chicago Bulls

@RealSkipBayless on which is the most stubborn: Jordan or Brady?
A chance or a lifetime, I’m taking Jordan. One game in your life, and I’m going to see Brady. When you look at Brady’s classic, durable clutch frame, you can’t beat it.

– NOT SAMPLED January 29, 2021

They are also known as clutch players in their league.

Jordan had 25 winning shots in his 15 seasons in the NBA, including an NBA record of nine fumbles on Luke Norris’ Sports Broadcasting. For his part, Brady holds the NFL record for most wins in the NFL with 62, 48 wins in the regular season and 14 wins in the postseason.

Bayless says Brady played at the elitelevel.

But as for Bayless, he would go after Brady in the case of Clutch. According to him, the veteran quarterback has been playing at such an elite level for more than two decades. Although he left the Patriots after 20 years, he proved he could carry the team by leading the Buccaneers to the Super Bowl LV in his first year in Tampa. According to Bayless, Jordan lost several valuable years of his career when he decided to retire for a second time after the Bulls failed to retain their coach Phil Jackson.

Although he returned to the NBA with the Washington Wizards he failed to lead the team in the postseason despite averaging over 20 points in two seasons.

Bayless chooses Jordan for the final move.

In addition, Bayless said, Brady has had more chances to prove himself because he’s been doing it longer than Jordan’s 15 seasons in the NBA. When it comes down to it, Bayless says he’d take Jordan if it came down to a shot or a pass, but would choose Brady if it came down to a game for life.

Brady will win more if he wins the Super Bowl.

According to Jeff Kerr of CBS Sports, Brady will get another $500,000 in bonuses if he leads the Buccaneers to their second Super Bowl title in February against the Kansas City Chiefs

7 at Raymond James Stadium. When he signed a two-year, $50 million contract with the Buccaneers, the deal also included $9 million in incentives. Brady has already earned $1.125 million in contract bonuses during the regular season as he finished in the top five in terms of touchdowns and passing yards. To date, he has also earned a total of $1.75 million for leading the Buccaneers to the playoffs and through his wins over Washington football, the New Orleans Saints and the Green Bay Packers

The Buccaneers enter Super Bowl week with a three-point lead over the Chiefs, whom they defeated 27-24 in the regular season.

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