When the NFL schedule was released, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers had five prime-time games in a seven-week stretch. There’s one stretch in which they’ll play three prime-time games in a row.

There’s a curiosity factor with the Buccaneers they’ve never experienced before. That’s what happens when you sign Tom Brady, perhaps the greatest quarterback in NFL history.

Excitement doesn’t necessarily translate to results, though many will predict big things for the Buccaneers this season with Brady and also new tight end Rob Gronkowski.

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Gary Gorski is the CEO and founder of Wolverine Studios, a realistic sports simulation site not affiliated with the NFL, and he ran 100 simulations of the season with the new-look Buccaneers.

The Buccaneers were better with Brady in the simulations, but still not great.

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