Chad Johnson already has his pick to win the Super Bowl in 2021. In an interview on ESPN's First Take on Wednesday, the former six-time Pro Bowler stated that he's ready to bet on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to win it all next year.

Tampa Bay has made waves this offseason for the surprise signing of longtime New England Patriot star Tom Brady. More recently, they traded for another former Patriot star in tight end Rob Gronkowski, who spent the past year retired.

“When you have someone like Mike Evans and Chris Godwin already at the helm who had phenomenal seasons last year, you have a defense that played well and you add Tom Brady as a piece and then you put Tom Brady's security blanket on the team as well — I would bet the house right now that the Buccaneers are going to win the Super Bowl,” Chad Johnson said.

Johnson certainly isn't alone in this sentiment, as the hype for the Buccaneers has been growing rapidly ever since the team signed Brady. While it was at the tail end of his successful career, Johnson (then known as Chad Ochocinco) does have experience playing with both Gronkowski and Brady.

New England acquired the four-time All-Pro in a 2011 trade. While his season was for the most part, a major letdown, the veteran wideout still managed to grab 15 passes for 276 yards and one touchdown in only three starts.

Aside from Tom Brady, Rob Gronkowski, Mike Evans and Chris Godwin, the Buccaneers will also have fellow tight end O.J. Howard as well as playmakers like Shaquil Barrett and Jason Pierre-Paul on defense.