Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon still has high expectations for Tom Brady with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but he knows that he has taken a bit of a step back in terms of his arm strength.

Moon said on Colin Cowherd's show that he really watched Brady close last season and saw a little bit of arm deterioration. And as the 2020 season goes on, Moon thinks that some throws might be a little harder to hit for Brady.

Moon also believes with the talent that the Buccaneers have on offense, it will really help Brady to take off some of the pressure he had with the New England Patriots:

“You saw Tom’s arm that same way at the end of last year,” Moon said via Chris Mason of MassLive. “It’s not a huge deterioration to where he can’t throw certain routes, but there will be times when it gets later into the year you’re going to see some of that take its place. He has great talent around him (in Tampa Bay), which is great, and he doesn’t have to do as much on that football team, which will be good for him at this stage of his career.

“So I still think he’s gonna have success because of those reasons, but he’s not the same quarterback he was three or four years ago.”

With the Patriots there was some concern about the wide receiver targets, but that isn't the case anymore.

Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, O.J. Howard and Cameron Brate are all above average pass catchers for the Buccaneers, and they could be the key to a potential Super Bowl season.