‘Doesn’t work with Tom Brady’ Shannon Sharpe claims 49ers did the right thing by passing GOAT

Tom Brady He made waves in the NFL world when he decided he wouldn’t be returning to the New England Patriots after the 2019 season. At the time, many were wondering if he would join his childhood team, the San Francisco 49ers.

Although he eventually chose to join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the 49ers could have had a real shot at Brady if they wanted to. In the end, they decided which one didn’t make sense at the time. Jimmy Garoppolo had led them to the Super Bowl, and if he had made another pass to Emmanuel Sanders, they might have won a championship, too.

Tom Brady
Tom Brady

Since then, the 49ers have shown little faith in Garoppolo. So much so with Tom Brady announcement He said he would return to the NFL, with many speculating as to whether the 49ers would make a move for him this time around.

Shannon Sharpe took this into account and said why San Francisco chose not to follow Tom Brady twice was the right move for the franchise.

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Shannon Sharpe explains why Tom Brady won’t fit in San Francisco

Tom Brady
Tom Brady

On an episode of Fox Sports ‘Undisputed’Shannon Sharpe “It was the first time Jimmy G took them to the Super Bowl. They didn’t expect him to get injured in the second year, but that was his story, he either gets injured or makes a stupid decision that will cost you the game. But at the end of the day, I don’t think Tom is a good fit for Kyle Shanahan’s offense. “

To explain this last comment, Sharpe added: “They’ve got guns, they’ve got great receivers, the way Kyle flips the running game is unbeatable. However, it’s not just a great fit. It’s going to be a power struggle and we saw how it was with Bruce Arians early on. It just doesn’t work.”

Sharpe has also been added “They also gave up a lot to get Trey Lance. And even more to stop him from growing, I think, no. So I believe they made the right decision.”

Whether or not Tom Brady really wants to push to go to San Francisco is something we’ll probably only find out when he retires permanently. For now, he stays in Tampa Bay for 3 years and continues his search for his 8th ring in 2022.

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