The 2021 regular season kicks off tonight with the Buccaneers facing the Cowboys. Brady's campaign for number eight gets officially underway, and hopefully we see lots of Gronk action. Unlikely to see much Miller, although I am holding out for some second half action after Brady demolishes the Cowboys' defense. Nothing to remark upon on the defensive side of the ball for the Bucs, except maybe some garbage time rotation for Patrick O'Connor. The main thing I'll be watching for the Cowboys is Dak's performance, who in my opinion is the most overrated fraud in the league. Still, keeping in line with quotaback tendencies expect mainstream media worship when he pads his stats in garbage time after trailing Tampa 45-14. We have Van Der Esch on the Cowboys' defense, who unfortunately missed much of last year. I'm looking forward to his hopefully stellar comeback year, and a Joe Schobert type trade in the next offseason to a more white-friendly team (Minnesota would be beautiful in my opinion with an LVE-Harrison Smith duo). Things to hope for: Brady-Gronk dominance, Scotty Miller appearance, Brate picking up a few snaps to alleviate Gronk, LVE carrying the coal black defense for Dallas, LOTS of Dak sacks and interceptions.