For decades now, defensive coordinators have been formulating game plans on just how to contain Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady. While some have had notable success, it has not stopped him from breaking a multitude of NFL records and appearing in a record 10 Super Bowls as a starting quarterback.

Dallas Cowboys rookie defensive tackle Osa Odighizuwa has yet to play a mere second of an official NFL game, but he sees that there is one notable way to stop Brady.

In speaking during Cowboys practice on Thursday, Odighizuwa spotlighted Brady’s lack of mobility as his most glaring weakness as a quarterback

“He’s not very mobile,” Odighizuwa said. “I mean, you know, he’s been playing for 21 years. The dude is a little older, not too mobile. I’d say that’s probably what it is.”

Ahead of the Cowboys’ season opener against Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Odighizuwa has been doing much scouting on the Super Bowl 55 MVP. The Cowboys’ third-round pick plans to help in creating chaos when Brady is in the pocket.

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“Get him off the spot and his passer rating goes down by a lot,” Odighizuwa said. “So our role is super important this week as far as getting after him.”

Brady does not need much motivation at this point in his career, especially as many are already doubting on whether he can lead the Buccaneers to another Super Bowl title over this season. Odighizuwa recognizes that his comments may soon catch the attention of Brady, but he is not much concerned with possibly giving more motivation to the future Hall of Famer ahead of the season.

“I feel like he’s not a guy who’s too worried about what I’m saying,” Odighizuwa said. “He’s obviously going to be aware of it, but he’s been doing this for awhile. People have been saying this, that and a third. He’s been doing his thing.”

If Brady somehow needed more fuel ahead of what will be his 22nd season in the NFL, then the Cowboys rookie just gave it to him on a silver platter.